Mechanical Engineering is a dynamic field that encompasses the engineering aspects of almost everything that moves in the universe. In this program you will deal with the design, construction, and operations of machinery involved in some of the world’s most pressing challenges related to energy, environment, robotics and advanced manufacturing, transportation on the ground, in the air, on and under water and in outer space.
The program will uniquely qualify you to design and test wide-ranging solutions for state-of-the-art mechanical systems and emphasizes a number of areas of technology including aerospace, thermal power, design, materials and manufacturing, and mechatronics. It includes a foundation of mathematics, physics, chemistry, and engineering courses. Several technical electives allow you to focus on an area of specialization.
The concentration in Metallurgy within the undergraduate Mechanical Engineering program stems from an understanding that the metal industry, e.g., steel and aluminum making, is one of the basic building blocks of the modern world. Automobiles, appliances, bridges, oil pipelines, and buildings all are made with steel and other metals. Metal manufacturing has existed for centuries and has relied on a core of knowledge in material science and metallurgical science, along with the basic mechanical engineering knowledge core of manufacturing, heat treatment, processing, and simulation.
The Metallurgy concentration will offer students a unique opportunity to prepare for a professional career focusing on the areas of strategic materials and metallurgical, which are the backbone of heavy metal producing industries.
Our emphasis is on the practical throughout the duration of the program and much of your study will be project-based.
“My journey at ADU is a truly memorable one.”
With hard work, Abid was able to complete his program in three years and graduated in the first cohort of students from the BSc Mechanical Engineering program in 2014.
“Although there were a few good options for studying Mechanical Engineering, I chose ADU not only because of the quality of its program but also because the admissions process was so streamlined.
My journey at ADU is a truly memorable one and the quality of education is something spectacular. The faculty are all highly qualified with experience from prestigious international universities and the laboratory facilities are some of the best in the UAE.
I’m now studying for my Master’s and hope to go on to complete my PhD to achieve my ambition to become a professor.”
Tuition is based upon the College and/or Department classification as opposed to the course classification or level. Tuition rates for undergraduate students vary from the tuition rates for graduate students.
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Mechanical Engineering graduates with Metallurgy concentration will be equipped with knowledge and skills in material science and metallurgical science, along with the mechanical engineering knowledge core of manufacturing, heat treatment, processing, and simulation. We prepare our graduates to meet industry expectations directly related to the fast expansion and growth in the metal and manufacturing industry. The Metallurgy concentration provides Mechanical Engineers with the materials and metallurgical knowledge needed by industrial sectors to meet the requirements of the 4th Industrial Revolution.