|AVS310||Aircraft Performance||3||AVS 209 + AVS 211||This course provides a comprehensive study of the performance of aircraft powered by piston, turboprop and jet engines. Topics covered include, stability and control, performance associated with various phases of flight, speeds, variables and the impact of aerodrome limitations on performance.
|AVS321||Instrument Pilot Operations||3||AVS201||The course provides a comprehensive overview of instrument flying operations. Topics covered include forecast analysis, IFR chart analysis, flight instruments, IFR in-flight operations (Departure, Enroute and Arrival), instrument approaches, cockpit and crew management and IFR regulations|
|CEN490||Special Topics in Computer Engineering||3||It will depend on the topic to be offered||The description for this course varies on the topic to be offered along with its pre-requisite. |
|CIV402||Engineering Ethics||3||Senior level||This course articulates an ethical framework for engineers by critically reflecting on engineering practice and examining the ethical challenges that confront engineers, especially those working within large organizations. This course considers issues such as the social responsibility of engineers, truthtelling and disclosure, whistleblowing, professionalism, and risk-assessment. Through case study, this course will provide the tools to evaluate ethical decisions in the field of engineering.
|EEN490||Special Topics in Electrical Engineering||3||EEN 345 or Equivalent||The objective of this course is to cover conventional and renewable power generation technologies. It includes analysis, challenges for the construction and operation of various power plants including thermal, diesel, hydro-electric and nuclear as well as renewable energy technologies including solar, wind, and tidal and geothermal energy. Integration of renewable energy into the grid will be covered in more detail and future energy scenarios will also be included and analyzed for future energy and environmental impacts.|
|GEN200||Engineering Economy||3||ENG 200 + MTT 102|
This course gives students a working knowledge of making economic comparison of investment alternatives in Engineering Project Environment.
The course includes the time value of money, methods of comparing alternatives from economic point of view studying rate-of return (ROR), Present Worth (PW), and Annual Equivalent (AE) approaches; breakeven and payback analysis;
inflation, depreciation, replacement and cost-benefit analysis, enabling students to make suitable decisions in their professional life when they have to make a decision on an economical basis.
This course studies essential economy concepts for engineers such as: Interest and money-time relationship, depreciation, basic concepts and methods for economic analyses and related studies, decision analysis, selection between alternatives and replacement problems and applications related to various construction projects. Ethical and other non-economic issues related to professional economic decisions are discussed.
|MEM501||Project Management||3|| ||This course covers the elements of project management critical to the success of engineering projects: project management framework, project selection and initiation, project organization, scope management, time management, cost management, resource management, risk management, tradeoffs, and project closing. The course also integrates and clarifies the practices and software tools used in project management through a team project and case studies from a variety of disciplines. |
|MEM502||Advanced Engineering Economics||3||GEN 200||This course covers the theory and application of engineering economics principles and methods. It studies techniques for engineering economic analysis for decision making, evaluations of economic alternatives, capital budgeting and money management, depreciation and taxes, cost estimation, multi-attribute decision making, and advanced asset replacement analysis. It also covers the principles of corporate finance and investment science such as cash flow streams, handling project uncertainly, investment worth, pricing of firms, and finance instruments, interest rate term structure, fixed income instruments duration, etc.|
|MEM506||Operations Research & Simulation||3|| ||This course covers computer simulation concepts and operations research modeling techniques, including problem formulation and discrete event simulation modeling. It include the formulation of mathematical models, solutions using linear programming, sensitivity and cost analysis of developing alternative optimum solutions, transportation and network analysis, forecasting and stochastic modeling. The course includes case studies related to the topic and a term project. It also applies the concepts and principles associated with systems modeling and simulation using contemporary simulation software ARENA.|