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Degree Plan for M.Sc. ( Thermofluid Sciences Option ) in Mechanical Engineering
Course#TitleLTLBCR
First Semester
ME 532 Advanced Fluid Mechanics I303
ME xxx Elective I 303
XX xxx Technical Elective I303
909
Second Semester
ME 536 Convection Heat Transfer 303
ME xxx Elective II 303
XX xxx Technical Elective II 303
ME 599 Seminar 100
1009
Third Semester
ME xxx Elective III 303
XX xxx Technical Elective III303
ME 610 M.S. Thesis00-
606
Fourth Semester
ME 610 M.S. Thesis006
006
Total Credit Hours30
Note :

  • ​Each student is expected to submit his detailed degree plan according to the above generic degree plan for approval by the department and the Deanship of Graduate Studies by the middle of the second semester from enrollment. 
  • Students are required to adhere to the regulations of the degree plan. No relaxation will be given to any student and the courses taken in conflict of the above will not be counted towards the degree. 
  • The order of taking the courses can be different from above but students must take the core courses before electives. 
  •  The ME xxx Elective I course can be a 500 or a 400-level course, to be taken with the approval of the advisor. 
  •  The ME xxx Elective II and III courses should be taken from the 500/600 level courses in the research field. 
  • The technical electives could be taken from 500/600 level courses offered by the Mechanical Engineering Department or other Departments in Colleges of Engineering Sciences, College of Sciences, and College of Computer Sciences and Engineering. ​
  • One of the technical elective courses must be taken from other Departments according to the approved degree plan.​


Degree Plan for M.Sc. ( Engineering Mechanics Option ) in Mechanical Engineering
Course#TitleLTLBCR
First Semester
ME 551 Continuum Mechanics303
ME xxx Elective I 303
XX xxx Technical Elective I 303
909
Second Semester
ME 552 Advance Dynamics303
ME xxx Elective II303
XX xxx Technical Elective II303
ME 599 Seminar100
1009
Third Semester
ME xxx Elective III 303
XX xxx Technical Elective III 303
ME 610 M.S. Thesis00-
606
Fourth Semester
ME 610 M.S. Thesis006
006
Total Credit Hours30
Note :

  • ​Each student is expected to submit his detailed degree plan according to the above generic degree plan for approval by the department and the Deanship of Graduate Studies by the middle of the second semester from enrollment. 
  • Students are required to adhere to the regulations of the degree plan. No relaxation will be given to any students and the courses taken in conflict of the above will not be counted towards the degree. 
  • The order of taking the courses can be different from above but students must take the core courses before electives. 
  • The ME xxx Elective I course can be a 500 or a 400-level course, to be taken with the approval of the advisor. 
  •  The ME xxx Elective II and III courses should be taken from the 500/600 level courses in the research field. 
  •  The technical electives could be taken from 500/600 level courses offered by the Mechanical Engineering Department or other Departments in Colleges of Engineering Sciences, College of Sciences, and College of Computer Sciences and Engineering. ​
  • One of the technical elective courses must be taken from other Departments according to the approved degree plan​


Degree Plan for M.Sc. ( Materials and Manufacturing Option ) in Mechanical Engineering
Course#TitleLTLBCR
First Semester
ME 572 Analysis of Manufacturing Processes303
ME xxx Elective I 303
XX xxx Technical Elective I303
909
Second Semester
ME 574 Advanced Material Sciences 303
ME xxx Elective II 303
XX xxx Technical Elective II303
ME 599 Seminar 100
1009
Third Semester
ME xxx Elective III 303
XX xxx Technical Elective III 303
606
Fourth Semester
ME 610 M.S. Thesis006
006
Total Credit Hours30
Note :

  • ​Each student is expected to submit his detailed degree plan according to the above generic degree plan for approval by the department and the Deanship of Graduate Studies by the middle of the second semester from enrollment.
  • Students are required to adhere to the regulations of the degree plan. No relaxation will be given to any students and the courses taken in conflict of the above will not be counted towards the degree. 
  • The order of taking the courses can be different from above but students must take the core courses before electives. 
  •  The ME xxx Elective I course can be a 500 or a 400-level course, to be taken with the approval of the advisor. 
  • The ME xxx Elective II and III courses should be taken from the 500/600 level courses in the research field. 
  • The technical electives could be taken from 500/600 level courses offered by the Mechanical Engineering Department or other Departments in Colleges of Engineering Sciences, College of Sciences, and College of Computer Sciences and Engineering. ​
  • One of the technical elective courses must be taken from other Departments according to the approved degree plan. ​