Graduate Program

Graduate Programs in Mechatronics Engineering

 

M.Sc. Degree with thesis

M.Sc. Degree without thesis

A sample of Diploma Supplement

 

 

M. Sc. Thesis Option

 

Program requirements: For the Second cycle (Master’s Degree) program without thesis, a student is required to take a minimum of 10 courses with credit (at least 75 ECTS) and a graduation project (15 ECTS). The student must have a minimum CGPA of 3.00/4.00 with no failing grades and must prepare and defend a graduation project.

 

Objectives: The aims of the program are to educate and train students with B. Sc. Degree of differing educational backgrounds at a truly interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary engineering platform for further education and research; and to provide a medium to disseminate the recent advances in mechatronics engineering and related emerging technologies to lead the industry and research community.

 

Key program outcomes:

  • Mastering modeling, analysis and simulation of mechatronic systems in detail, both at system and components levels.
  • Being able to identify a latent/open technological problem or need, propose methods to satisfy within mechatronics technology, communicate other engineering disciplines if further expertise is required.
  • Mastering to initiate a design project, lead a multidisciplinary design team and implement a design product on site using the latest available technology on the topic.
  • Having fundamental skills and educated talents for effective engineering communication, experience on research and design methodology.

 

Program details and the individual grade/marks obtained:

 

Curriculum for M.Sc. Degree with thesis

FIRST SEMESTER

Code

Course Name

Course Category

ECTS

MATH XXX

“Offered by the Dept. Math.”

Restricted Elective (*)

7.5

MECE 501

Applied Numerical Methods

Required

7.5

MECE 521

Control Engineering I

Required

7.5

EC1

Elective I

Elective

7.5

TOTAL

30

 

SECOND SEMESTER

Code

Course Name

Course Category

ECTS

MECE 522

Control Engineering II

Required

7.5

EC2

Elective II

Elective

7.5

EC3

Elective III

Elective

7.5

MECE 599-1

Thesis I

Required

7.5

TOTAL

30

 

THIRD SEMESTER

Code

Course Name

Course Category

ECTS

MECE 589

Graduation Seminar

Required

7.5

MECE 599-2

Thesis II

Required

22,5

TOTAL

30

 

FOURTH SEMESTER

Code

Course Name

Course Category

ECTS

MECE 599-3

Thesis III

Required

20

MECE 598

Special Studies on Thesis Subject

Required

10

TOTAL

30

(*) One of the MATH XXX courses offered by the Department of Mathematics.

 

Elective courses may be selected from one of the following course groups;

  1. Graduates courses (MECE 5XX) offered by the department of mechatronics engineering.
  2. At least four of the seven courses must be graduate courses offered by the department of mechatronics engineering (MECE 5XX).
  3. PhD courses (MODES 6XX) offered by the MODES PhD Programme.
  4. Maximum two undergraduate courses (MECE 4XX) after the approval of the programme chair. Undergraduate courses should be accompanied by “MECE 580 Special studies I” and “MECE 581 Special Studies II” courses to extend undergraduate courses to graduate levels and meanwhile to correct credit deficiency.

 

Options of the programme;

Mobile & Bio-Robotics, Industrial Automation & Robotics, Mechatronics Systems & Control, Mechatronic Design & Manufacturing.

Elective courses must satisfy the requirements of the programme options announced every academic year.

 

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M. Sc. Non Thesis Option

 

Program requirements: For the Second cycle (Master’s Degree) program without thesis, a student is required to take a minimum of 10 courses with credit (at least 75 ECTS) and a graduation project (15 ECTS). The student must have a minimum CGPA of 3.00/4.00 with no failing grades and must prepare and defend a graduation project.

 

Objectives: The aims of the program are to educate and train students with B. Sc. Degree of differing educational backgrounds at a truly interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary engineering platform for further education and research; and to provide a medium to disseminate the recent advances in mechatronics engineering and related emerging technologies to lead the industry and research community.

 

Key program outcomes:

  • Mastering modeling, analysis and simulation of mechatronic systems in detail, both at system and components levels.
  • Being able to identify a latent/open technological problem or need, propose methods to satisfy within mechatronics technology, communicate other engineering disciplines if further expertise is required.
  • Mastering to initiate a design project, lead a multidisciplinary design team and implement a design product on site using the latest available technology on the topic.
  • Having fundamental skills and educated talents for effective engineering communication, experience on research and design methodology.
  • Mastering hands-on projects at all levels; fundamental, academic and industrial research.

 

Program details and the individual grade/marks obtained :

 

Curriculum for M.Sc. Degree without thesis

FIRST SEMESTER

Code

Course Name

Course Category

ECTS

MATH XXX

“Offered by the Dept. Math.”

Restricted Elective (*)

7.5

MECE 501

Applied Numerical Methods

Required

7.5

MECE 521

Control Engineering I

Required

7.5

EC1

Elective I

Elective

7.5

TOTAL

30

 

SECOND SEMESTER

Code

Course Name

Course Category

ECTS

MECE 522

Control Engineering II

Required

7.5

EC2

Elective II

Elective

7.5

EC3

Elective III

Elective

7.5

EC4

Elective IV

Elective

7.5

TOTAL

30

 

THIRD SEMESTER

Code

Course Name

Course Category

ECTS

EC5

Elective V

Elective

7.5

EC6

Elective VI

Elective

7.5

MECE 500-1

Graduation Project I

Required

15

TOTAL

30

(*) One of the MATH XXX courses offered by the Department of Mathematics.

 

Elective courses may be selected from one of the following course groups;

  1. Graduates courses (MECE 5XX) offered by the department of mechatronics engineering.
  2. At least four of the seven courses must be graduate courses offered by the department of mechatronics engineering (MECE 5XX).
  3. PhD courses (MODES 6XX) offered by the MODES PhD Programme.
  4. Maximum two undergraduate courses (MECE 4XX) after the approval of the programme chair. Undergraduate courses should be accompanied by “MECE 580 Special studies I” and “MECE 581 Special Studies II” courses to extend undergraduate courses to graduate levels and meanwhile to correct credit deficiency.

 

Options of the programme;

Mobile & Bio-Robotics, Industrial Automation & Robotics, Mechatronics Systems & Control, Mechatronic Design & Manufacturing.

Elective courses must satisfy the requirements of the programme options announced every academic year.

 

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A sample of Diploma Supplement for M.Sc. Degree with thesis

A sample of Diploma Supplement for M.Sc. Degree without thesis

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