Third Level - Course Specification of Mechatronics Engineering (EME) B.Sc Program.
First Semester  
 MAT 361 Numerical Methods. 3Cr. 3-1-1 Hrs/wk.
Programming for numerical calculations, rounding off error, approximation and interpolation, numerical quadrature and solution of ordinary differential equations. Direct solutions of systems of linear equations. Practice on the computer.
 EME 331 Electromechanical Energy Conversion II. 4Cr. 4-1-2 Hrs/wk.
Completion of rotating machines discussed in EMT 231. Single- and two-phase machines. Novel machines. Machine dynamics.
 EME 311 Thermodynamics. 3Cr. 3-1-1Hrs/wk.
Definitions, microscopic and macroscopic points of view. Properties of pure substances and equations of state. Work and heat. The first and second law of thermodynamics and their applications, reversibility and irreversibility, the thermodynamic temperature scale, entropy, availability, second law analysis, power and refrigeration cycles and their engineering applications.
 ECE 357 Communication Theory and Systems. 3Cr. 4-1-1 Hrs/wk.
Spectral analysis. Linear modulation techniques: AM, DSB, SSB, VSB. Exponential modulation techniques: FM, PM. Analog pulse modulation: PAM,PPM, PWM, PCM, delta modulation. Digital modulation techniques: ASK, PSK, FSK. Examples of communication systems.
 CE 311 Introduction to Microprocessors. 4Cr. 4-1-1 Hrs/wk.
Introduction to microprocessors and memory organization in microprocessors. Representation of data, instruction sets, addressing modes. Microprocessor families. Assembly language programming. I/O techniques. Interrupt handling and DMA. Microprocessor peripheral devices.
 EM 311 Operations Research and Industrial Planning. 1Cr. 1-0-0 Hrs/wk.
Theory and computation of optimal selection of decisions under certainly. Linear programming. Introduction to the design, scheduling, and control of production systems.
Second Semester  
 EME 312 Fluid Mechanics. 4Cr. 4-1-1Hrs/wk.
Definition of a fluid. Basic equations and fluid kinematics. Dimensional analysis and similitude. Potential flow and introduction to aerodynamics. Flow in pipes and channels. Viscous flows and boundary layers. One-dimensional compressible flows. Introduction to turbomachinery. Engineering applications in hydraulic in hydraulic machinery.
 EME 314 Heat Transfer. 3Cr. 3-1-1Hrs/wk.
Mechanisms of heat transfer. Steady and transient condition in solids. Convection processes, laminar and turbulent analysis. Heat exchanger design and performance. Thermal radiation. Introduction to diffusion and mass transfer between phases.
 EME 342 Power Electronics. 4Cr. 4-1-2Hrs/wk.
Power devices, rectifier circuits, inverter circuits, uninterruptible power supplies, motor speed control. Programmable logic controllers.
 CE 312 Microprocessor Interfacing. 3Cr. 4-1-1 Hrs/wk.
Microprocessor architecture. Architecture and design of microprocessor based systems. Principles of hardware and software interfacing. I/O techniques: polling, interrupt, DMA, daisy-chaining. Applications: interfacing to instruments, data acquisition systems. Other examples selected from several disciplines.
 EM 322 Introduction to Marketing. 1Cr. 1-0-0 Hrs/wk.
Study of the nature and scope of marketing. Market segmentation and marketing mix. Marketing research and marketing information systems.
Elective (1)
 ECE 344 Integrated Circuits. 3Cr. 3-1-1-Hrs/wk.
Introduction to integrated circuits technology. Analogue integrated circuits: difference amplifier, practical considerations of operational amplifiers, linear and nonlinear applications of operational amplifiers, comparators, analog switches, the 555 timer, phase locked loops. Digital integrated circuits: large signal models for bipolar and MOS transistors, bipolar and MOS inverters and gates, propagation delay and noise margins, latches and flip. Flops, memories, A/D and D/A converters.
 EME 302 Engineering vibrations. 3Cr. 3-1-1Hrs/wk.
Linear single-degree-of-freedom systems, transient and steady forced vibration. Linear undamped multi-degree-of-freedom systems