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    ياغريب كن أديب
    ياغريب كن أديب غير متواجد حالياً

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    الى اساتذتي , الى كل مهندس ميكانيكي

    السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته

    انا اخوكم المغترب في طلب العلم ورفعة رآيات العلم لخدمة ديني والآمة الإسلامية بشكل عام والآمة العربية بشكل خاص


    انا مغترب الى نيوزلندا وادرس في جامعة اوكلاند للتكنلوجيا تخصص الهندسة الميكانيكيه

    ولازلت حالياً في مرحلة اللغه

    لكن اريد ان اطرح عليكم المواد والبرنامج الاكاديمي الذي سوف ادرسه ان شاء الله في مرحلة البكالريوس

    واريد منكم النصح , اما ان تكون الجامعة ذات طابع قووي او اخبروني واتم الانسحاب منها او اغير الجامعة

    http://www.autuni.ac.nz/engineering/study-options/Bachelor-of-Engineering-Mechanical/

    رعاكم الله واتمنى الإطلاع على هذا الرابط



    علماً ان العالم اليهودي الامريكي انشتاين متخرج من جامعة ماسي النيوزلنديه

    اي قريب من عندنا هذه الجامعه


    رعاكم الله


    اخوكم الفقير الى الله \ محمد

    من مواضيع ياغريب كن أديب :


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    وفقك الله يأخي محمد وجعل الخير وخدمة الأسلام طريقك

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    مهندس حطاب
    مهندس حطاب غير متواجد حالياً
    عضو فعال جداً
    الصورة الرمزية مهندس حطاب


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    و الله يا اخ محمد اذا كنت تنوي دراسة الهندسة الميكانيكية عن قناعة فان دراستها ستجد فيها متعة حقيقية
    اما بالنسبة للبرنامج المطروح حسب ما فهمته من الموقع فلا اجد كثير من المواد التي درسناها بالهندس الميكانيكية مطروحة بها ولا اعتقد ان هذا البرنامج ملائم لدراسة الهندسة الميكانيكية
    الاهم من كلامي هو السؤال التالي
    *هل هذه الجامعة معترف بها عربيا
    *هل تستطيع الالتحاق بجامعة عربية غيرها
    اذا كان جواب السؤال الاول نعم جيد اذا لا سيئ
    اذا كان جواب السؤال الثاني نعم
    فلا تتردد بالاتحاق بجامعة عربية
    اتمنى ان تكون قد استفدت و يمكنك مراسلتي على ال***** engahattab***********

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    لا اله الا انت سبحانك اني كنت من الظالمين

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    ياغريب كن أديب
    ياغريب كن أديب غير متواجد حالياً
    جديد


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    عزيزي مهندس حطاب , هذه الجامعة معترف بها عالمياً , ونيوزلندا مشهوره بالعلم , لكن لا اعلم اذا هي تمتلك قوة في التعلم بالنسبه لهذا التخصص الا وهو الهندسه الميكانيكيه


    وبعدين شلون احول الى جامعة عربيه وانا ادرس في جامعة من خارج الوطن العربي وتعتبر هذه الدوله من اشهر مصادر التعلم


    حتى الان لم استطيع ايجاد الجواب الكافي لهذا السؤال الذي لازال يراودني بين كل لحظه ولحظه


    رعاكم الله

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    مهندس حطاب
    مهندس حطاب غير متواجد حالياً
    عضو فعال جداً
    الصورة الرمزية مهندس حطاب


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    اذن اعقد العزم و توكل على
    من توكل على الله فهو حسبه

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    لا اله الا انت سبحانك اني كنت من الظالمين

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    ياغريب كن أديب
    ياغريب كن أديب غير متواجد حالياً
    جديد


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    ياخوان انا لم اجد غير التناقض

    ارجوكم اريد مهندس ميكانيكي يرشدني على هذا البرنامج الاكاديمي الموضح اعلاه في الرابط

    اريد النصح والإرشاد , هل هذا البرنامج الاكاديمي مؤهل وممتاز


    ارجوكم اريد النصح



    علماً ان جامعتي تعتمد على النضري والتطبيقي ولو تلاحظون المواد التي سوف ادرسها , فيها بعض المواد التكنلوجيه في التصنيع والتطوير


    رعاكم الله , اتمنى مساعدتي في اقرب وقت

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    وعليكم السلام ورحمة الله وبركاته

    اول شيء ارحــب فيك في ملتقى المهندسين العرب

    انا احضر الماجستير بامريكا وعلى وشك تخرج

    اللي اقدر افيدك فيه

    اول شيء لازم تعرف الهندسه الميكانيكيه تنقسم الى قسمين

    1- هندسه ميكانيكيه حراريه Thermal
    2- هندسة المواد الصلبه Structure or solid mechanics

    انـــا أشوف الخــــطة مــمـــتــــازة لاكن يمكن غلط الجامعه الوحيد هو كتابة اسم الماده ( يعني كاتبينها بصفه عــامـه وليس خــاصه )

    شوف هـــذي خــطــه الجامعه اللي انا فيها بأمريكــــا

    هذي الخطه لطلاب البكالوريوس :


    ENG 101: Introduction to Engineering
    Introduction to Engineering is intended to stimulate and enhance student's interest and their understanding of engineering. Various engineering disciplines will be introduced. Crossdisciplinary nature of the engineering field and its interaction with non-engineering disciplines will be discussed and demonstrated. The design process and creative problem solving and systems approach to engineering design will be presented. Evaluation criteria of economics, environmental concerns, ethics, health and safety will be discussed. The experimental component of this course is intended to review the foundation of scientific experimentation and reporting and introduce various measurement devices used in engineering. The importance of experience, observation and analogies in problem solving will be emphasized. Various skills needed for problem solving in engineering will be discussed and practiced throughout the course. These skills include team skills, perspective of quantity and size, communication skills (written, oral, and graphical) and basic computer skills.
    3 credits, Fall,

    ENG 327: Automatic Control Laboratory
    This lab follows the Automatic Control course. The lab includes the design and conducting of experiments and the analysis and interpretation of the experimental data using mathematical models and statistical tools. Laboratory: three hours per week.
    Prerequisite: ME 326
    1 credit, Spring


    ENG 399: Co-op Placement
    For the students in the five year Co-op option. Students register for each full period in industry. Students are evaluated by an engineer in industry and are under the mentorship of the department faculty.
    Prerequisite: Permission of the department.
    0 credit

    ME 201: Statics
    A study of force systems acting on bodies which are not in motion. Learning the math and engineering skills in using 2-D & 3-D force vectors. Learning how to use freebody diagrams. Learning to use components & resultants, moments & couples. Math and engineering skills in the study of centroids, frames, trusses, beams and friction. Associated computer assignments on Statics problems.
    Prerequisites: PHYS 111, ME 205 and ME 206 (may be taken concurrently)
    3 credits, Fall


    ME 204: Dynamics
    A study of motion and the forces, which affect motion, based on the vectorial approach to kinematics and kinetics of particles & rigid bodies. Using freebody diagrams. Includes the math and engineering skills used in translation, rotation, and general plane motion as well as dynamic force analysis, conservation of mechanical energy, work-energy methods, methods of momentum, impulse, and moment of momentum. Associated computer assignments on Dynamics problems.
    Prerequisite: ME 201
    3 credits, Spring


    ME 205: Digital Computer Usage
    An introduction to computer programming using Visual Basic for Excel and an introduction to Matlab. Emphasis on the logical thought process needed to solve engineering problems, and on the application of engineering principles. Students will use the computer lab to complete assignments.
    2 credits, Fall


    ME 206: Digital Computer Lab
    Laboratory experience to complement ME 205. Three hours per week.
    Concurrent with ME 205
    1 credit, Fall


    ME 207: Engineering Graphics
    An introduction to the principles and applications of engineering graphics. Learning drafting convention and the concepts of engineering documentation. Orthographic sketching and drawing. Auxiliary views and cut sections. Familiarization with standard parts such as threaded fasteners. Dimensioning and tolerancing.
    2 credits, Fall


    ME 208: Engineering Computer Graphics Lab
    Introduction to a 2D CAD software (Cadkey) and a 3D CAD solids based software (Pro/Engineer). Extensive hands-on experience in both Cadkey and ProEngineer covering part and assembly design, and production drawings.
    Prerequisite: ME 207
    1 credit, Spring


    ME 212: Introduction to Thermal Sciences
    Introduction to thermodynamics, fluid flow, and heat transfer for non-Mechanical Engineers. Thermodynamic properties of substances, 1st and 2nd laws and applications to power cycles; control volumes. External and internal flows. Heat transfer through conduction, convection, and radiation.
    Prerequisites: PHYS 212, MATH 307
    3 credits, Spring

    ME 214: Strength of Materials
    Concepts of stress & strain, Hooke’s law, Poisson’s ratio, axial tension, compression, torsion & shear. Transverse loading and bending; shear & moment diagrams, and deflections. Compound stress, Mohr’s circle & principal stresses, statically indeterminent loading, and column instability. Associated computer problems.
    Prerequisite: ME 201
    3 credits, Fall


    ME 215: Strength of Materials Laboratory
    Laboratory to accompany SL 214. Design and conducting experiments to understand basic principles and to compare theory vs. experiment. Experiments are on hardness, impact, tension, torsion, bending, fatigue, strain gages, photoelastic stress, and columns. Learning communication of results using clear technical writing. Use of Excel for processing experimental data, graphing results, and doing statistical analysis.
    Prerequisite: ME 214 (may be taken concurrently)
    1 credit, Fall


    ME 312: Engineering Thermodynamics
    Introduction to concepts of system, control volume and control surface; properties of pure substances; equations of state for ideal and non-ideal gases; first and second laws of thermodynamics and their consequences. Application of first and second law to vapor power cycles, vapor refrigeration cycles and air standard power cycles: air-water vapor mixtures (concept of psychrometric chart).
    Prerequisite: PHYS 212
    3 credits, Spring


    ME 315: Materials Science
    An introductory study of engineering properties of materials. Learning the engineering science of atomic structure, crystals, crystal imperfections, and diffusion. Learning mechanical properties, dislocations & strengthening, and failure mechanisms. Learning phase diagrams & transformations, thermal processing and alloys. Learning properties and processing ceramics. Learning properties and processing of polymers and composites. Learning about corrosion, electrical, thermal, magnetic, & optical properties. Learning about material selection for design; most commonly used alloys of steel. Associated computer assignments on materials science.
    Prerequisite: CHEM 111
    3credits, Fall


    ME 326: System Dynamics and Control
    An introduction to dynamic system modeling, analysis, and control. Representation of mechanical, thermal-fluid, electrical, and control components in various engineering systems. Steady state and transient specifications and stability characteristics to design interdisciplinary engineering systems including actuator, process, and control.
    Prerequisites: ME 403, ME 204, ECE 231 (may be taken concurrently)
    3 credits, Fall


    ME 329: Materials Processing
    An introduction to different methods of producing components of machines and structures as well as to the use of modern tools and techniques in materials processing. Application of the previously gained knowledge from the general area of engineering sciences, in particular materials science and strength of materials, to identifying and solving engineering problems encountered in designing various manufacturing processes. Topics covered include: casting, metal forming, welding, powder metallurgy, and machining. Important elements of material selection and heat treatment are also covered. Students will develop the ability to determine the equipment, materials, and processes which are necessary to convert the design into reality in an efficient manner.
    Prerequisites: ME 315, ME 214
    3 credits, Spring


    ME 334: Kinematics of Mechanisms
    Analysis of motion of the mechanism elements. Synthesis of mechanisms based on the known need for motion and/or its geometry. Introduction to the use of modern, simulation software and techniques to solve the problems as well as to design and evaluate motion of kinematic chains.
    Prerequisites: ME 204, ME 207
    3 credits, Fall


    ME 335: Machine Elements
    Math and engineering sciences (including physics, engineering mechanics and materials) are applied in the study of a variety of machine elements. The basics of lubrication, friction and wear will be studied. Students will learn to apply load concepts, stress concepts and failure prediction criteria to the design of shafts, bearings, gears, springs, screws, brakes and clutches. Students will deal with associated computer assignments for designing, solving and integrating machine elements
    Prerequisite: ME 214
    2 credits, Spring


    ME 336: Fluid Mechanics
    Properties of fluids; Hydrostatic pressure, forces on submerged surfaces; Fluid flow, continuity, momentum, and energy (Bernoulli) equations; Similitude and dimensional analysis; Flows in closed conduits (laminar and turbulent flow), major and minor losses; Flow over external surfaces; Open channel flow; Inviscid flow; Basic principles of compressible flow.
    Prerequisites: MATH 304, ME 312, MATH 243 (all three may be taken concurrently)
    3 credits, Fall


    ME 337: Heat Transfer
    Concepts of heat transfer characteristics; Generalized heat conduction equation; Special cases of one or two dimensional steady and non-steady heat conduction; Graphical and numerical solutions of more complex problems; Electrical analogy; Free and forced heat convection in fluids; Fundamental principles of viscous fluid flow and boundary layer concepts; Introduction to radiative properties/shape factors; heat exchange between ideal and non-ideal bodies; Introduction of heat exchangers.
    Prerequisites: ME 312, ME 336
    3 credits, Spring


    ME 338: Fluid Mechanics Laboratory
    The lab includes the design and conducting of experiments and the analysis and interpretation of the experimental data. Laboratory: Three hours per week.
    Prerequisite: ME 336
    1 credit, Spring


    ME 339: Heat Transfer Laboratory
    The lab includes the design and conducting of experiments and the analysis and interpretation of the experimental data. Laboratory: Three hours per week.
    Prerequisite: ME 337
    1 credit, Fall


    ME 345: Computer Aided Design
    Aproject based course in which student will learn various ways of using computer as a tool in the design of a machine or structure including but not limited to geometric modeling of parts and assemblies. Student will develop the ability to identify and solve problems that occur in the course of designing a machine. Selected interactive software packages to calculate and size as well as solid modeling software to geometrically design will be used as means for aiding the process of designing a part of a machine or structure. In addition, student will write his/her own programs to automate design procedures that are not covered by the commercial software. The course deals with design application of such engineering disciplines and sciences as engineering mechanics, strength of materials, machine elements design, statistics, heat, power and fluids.
    Prerequisites: ME 208, ME 334, ME 335
    3 credits, Fall


    ME 350: Engineering Design
    Elements of engineering design, and introduction to the design process. Application of computer-aided methods, such as use of Excel, MINITAB and/or Pro/ENGINEER. Development of awareness of multifaceted design issues, such as social, economic, technical and environmental concerns, and their interrelation. Communication of ideas and results. Course culminates in a formal written proposal for the Senior Design Lab project.
    Prerequisites: MATH 242, ME 207
    2 credits, Spring


    ME 354: Senior Design Laboratory in Mechanical Engineering
    Capstone project in Mechanical Engineering to be completed individually or in a team. Follow-up course to SL 350. The student will complete the project while demonstrating the following abilities: identification of a design problem, formulation of a team for solution of that problem, complete a preliminary design. In addition the student should show proper concern for ethical issues in design, and demonstrate the ability to speak and write in clear, focused, well developed, logical and grammatically correct English. The student will be expected to demonstrate the ability to gather and synthesize information from various sources and use that information in presentations.
    Prerequisites: ME 350, ME 335, ME 337
    3 credits, Fall


    ME 362: Energy Systems Design
    Basic principles and application of solar and biomass energy; fuel cell; basic principles and application of internal combustion engines, gas turbine engines and steam power plants.
    Prerequisites: ME 336, ME 337
    3 credits, Spring

    ME 363: Dynamic Problems in Machine Design
    A project based course that applies the basic principles and methods of dynamics to the design of engineering systems. Special focus is on including the dynamic force analysis in designing translating, rotating, and reciprocating systems. The student will develop the ability to identify and solve problems associated with the dynamics and base design of a machine on the combined force analysis. Computer equipped with modern simulation software will be used to analyze dynamic behavior of the designed systems.
    Prerequisites: ME 207, ME 208, ME 334, ME 335
    3 credits, Spring



    ME 364: Environmental Engineering Design
    The engineering principles underlying the current practices of heating, ventilating, air conditioning and refrigeration design including absorption refrigeration; Design of central fan systems; Complete design of residential and industrial systems for heating and cooling requirements.
    Prerequisites: ME 336, ME 337
    3 credits, Fall


    ME 390-399: Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering
    Special courses developed from student interest in all areas of mechanical engineering. Brief description of current ******* to be announced in schedule of classes.
    Prerequisite: Permission of the Chairperson of the Department. May be taken more than once.
    3 credits

    ME 403: Engineering Analysis
    The theory and application of matrix and vector algebra, systems of ordinary differential equations, numerical methods, Laplace transforms, and probability and statistics for engineering problems. Application of MATLAB software.
    Prerequisite: MATH 304
    3 credits, Spring


    ME 405: Finite Element Method
    Basic approach to finite element method, and theoretical foundation of the method, including fundamentals of matrix algebra. Element formulation for solid mechanics and thermal analysis problems, by the direct method, potential energy and Galerkin’s method of weighted residuals. Use of modern finite element analysis software such as NASYS for analysis and design.
    Prerequisites: MATH 304, ME 214, ME 337
    3 credits, Fall

    ME 407:Engineering Optimization
    Fundamentals of vector and matrix algebra, economic analysis, numerical methods for solution of linear and nonlinear equations. Basic theory, concepts and methods of engineering optimization. Primary techniques from both classical and modern optimization as applied to engineering decision making.
    Prerequisites: ME 214, ME 312, ME 350, ME 403
    3 credits, Spring

    ME 410: Thermal Systems Design
    This course reviews the fundamentals of thermal systems design and optimization. Basic considerations in thermal systems design will be discussed. General approach to system analysis, modeling, simulation and optimization will be introduced. Various optimization techniques and methods will also be presented and discussed.
    Prerequisites: MATH 304, ME 336, ME 337
    3 credits, Fall

    ME 440: Advanced Thermodynamics
    Application of first, second, and third law of thermodynamics, thermodynamic cycles, mixtures, chemical reactions, phase and chemical equilibrium, irreversibility and availability.
    Prerequisite: ME 312
    3 credits, Fall


    ME 441: Lubrication Systems Design
    Application of math & engineering science principles of lubrication in the design of mechanical systems. Understanding bearing classes & selection, lubricant properties, and bearing materials. Design concepts and engineering science in hydrodynamic bearings, gas lubricated bearings, elastohydrodynamic bearings, and antifriction bearings.
    Prerequisites: ME 335, ME 336
    3 credits


    ME 444: Advanced Strength of Materials
    Application of selected advanced engineering theories for analysis and design of structural components under static loading. Topics include: curved beams, inelastic action, beams on elastic foundation, plate theory, contact stresses; other topics as time and interest permit. Use of computer resources for solution of engineering design problems.
    Prerequisite: ME 214
    3 credits, Spring

    ME 460: Machine Design II
    A project based course that applies the engineering sciences and basic engineering disciplines such as engineering mechanics, strength of materials, materials selection, machine elements design, statistics, and heat transfer as well as economic considerations to design of machines, structures, and apparatus. Student will develop the ability to identify and solve problems that occur in the course of designing a machine. The course integrates knowledge from other courses in the accomplishment of design objective. Student will develop the ability to set a proper sequence of steps in designing a machine. Geometric modeling of the designed machine parts will be performed using computer equipped with solid modeling software.
    Prerequisites: ME 207, ME 208, ME 334, ME 335
    3 credits, Spring


    ME 461: Vibrations
    Modeling and analysis of linear and torsional mechanical vibratory systems. Study of free vibration and vibration damping. Properties and response for harmonic, periodic, shock, and random inputs. Solutions of systems with two or more degrees of freedom. Vibration of beams. Design for vibration control.
    Prerequisites: ME 204, ME 403
    3 credits, Spring

    ME 465: Computer Assisted Engineering
    Topics include the application of Matlab software to multi component mechanical and thermal/fluid system design, analysis and synthesis, static and transient systems. Mathematical techniques include nonlinear equation solution, nondimensional analysis, lumped vs. distributed models, optimization and design sensitivity analysis, probability and statistics, and Monte Carlo simulation. Examples are taken from industrial mechanical engineering problems of current interest.
    Prerequisite: ME 204, ME 214, ME 337, ME 403
    3 credits, Spring


    ME 466: Turbomachinery Design
    Application of general principles of fluid mechanics to fluid machinery design. Design principles of centrifugal and axial compressors, degree of reaction estimates, blade design, state performance calculations, axial flow turbines. Design calculations of blade stresses, disc stresses and thermal stresses.
    Prerequisite: ME 336
    3 credits

    ME 470: Heat Exchanger DesignApplication of general principles of heat transfer and fluid mechanics (pressure drop) in design of heat exchangers. Different types of heat exchangers will be studied in design-oriented projects.
    Prerequisites: ME 336, ME 337
    3 credits, Fall



    وأنـــا في الخــدمه لاكن خطتك مشابهه الى حد ما معضم الجامعات الامريكيه طبعا عشان تتأكد لازم تروح لرئيس القسم وتسأل عن المواد وعن كل ماده تتكــلم عن مــاذا وهكـذا تعرف المواد وطبيعتها بالاضافه لكل جــامعه بورشور او كــاتــالوج عن المواد وماتتضمنه المواد احصل عليه من قبل Rigestration Office

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    هــذي خـطة الجامعه الفصليه وأنــا اشوفها مناسبه هي تقريبا نفس المواد اللي انا درستها بالبكالوريوس :

    FRESHMAN


    FIRST SEMESTER

    3 Fine Art Series/LFIN
    3 College Composition/LENG 111
    3 Calculus 1/MATH 140
    1 Digital Computer Usage/ME 205
    1 Digital Computer Lab/ME 206
    3 LS Elective*
    2 Engr Graphics/ME 207
    16 Credits

    SECOND SEMESTER

    3 Crit Analysis & Comp/LENG 112
    3 Calculus 2/MATH 141
    3 Physics 3/PHYS 111
    1 Engineering Computer Graphics Lab/ME 208
    3 Chemistry/CHEM 111
    1 Chemistry lab/CHEM 112
    3 Sacred Scriptures/LTHE 121
    17 Credits


    SOPHOMORE

    FIRST SEMESTER

    3 Calculus 3/MATH 242
    3 Physics 4/PHYS 212
    1 Physics Lab/PHYS 218
    3 Statics/ME 201
    3 Materials Science/ME 315
    3 Theology II Series/LTHE
    16 Credits

    SECOND SEMESTER

    3 History of West & World/LHST 111
    3 Dynamics/ME 204
    3 Differential Equations/MATH 304
    3 Engineer Thermodynamics/ME 312
    3 Calculus 4/MATH 243
    3 Physics 5/PHYS 214
    18 Credits


    JUNIOR

    FIRST SEMESTER

    3 Strength of Materials/ME 214
    3 Intro Electrical Engr/ECE 231
    1 Intro Electrical Engr Lab/ECE 232
    3 Fluid Mechanics/ME 336
    2 Kinematics of Mechanisms/ME 334
    3 Introduction to Philosophy/LPHI 131
    3 Literature Series/LENG
    18 Credits

    SECOND SEMESTER

    3 Heat Transfer/ME 337
    1 Fluid Mechanics Lab/ME 338
    2 Machine Elements/ME 335
    3 Engr Analysis/ME 403
    2 Engineering Design/ME 350
    3 Philosophy II Series/LPHI
    1 Strength of Mat I Lab/ME 215
    3 Materials Processing/ME 329
    18 Credits


    SENIOR

    FIRST SEMESTER

    3 System Dynamics & Control/ME 326
    3 Computer Aided Design/ME 345
    3 Technical Elective
    3 Sr Design Lab in ME/ME 354
    3 Technical Elective
    1 Heat Transfer Lab/ME 339
    16 Credits

    SECOND SEMESTER

    1 Automatic Control Lab/ENG 327
    3 Technical Elective
    3 Theology or Phil III Series/LTHE or LPHI
    3 Technical Elective
    3 Social Science
    3 Thermal System Design/ME 410
    16 Credits

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    ربنا يوفقك لما فيه الخير

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    موضوع قديم من سنة ونصف
    واحد يسأل عن جمعة اوكلاند كورساتها
    صاحب الموضوع تركه
    ايه في داعي نرجعه وهو غير موضوع علمي ؟
    سبحان الله.

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