About the Engineering College
There are nine departments in the engineering college, including mechanical, civil, electrical and computer, chemical, mining, electromechanical, software, environmental, and architectural engineering. In terms of student enrollment, the College of Engineering, which enrolls 90% of all university students, is the fastest-expanding college in the university. The combination of established conventional and innovative programs makes the college curriculum attractive. At the undergraduate level, the College provides courses leading to the Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree. It is a five-year curriculum for regular entry students and a six-year program for extension students. Basic studies in mathematics, basic sciences, engineering sciences, and general studies serve as the common foundation for all courses.
Furthermore, opportunities are provided for students to participate in fast-track programs through the Engineering Integrated Project, guaranteeing that the future engineer is a well-rounded individual upon graduation. The teaching strategy includes lectures, tutorials, laboratory work, and workshop activities. For students and employees, library resources include a standard physical library with current books and periodicals as well as an online library with hundreds of networked computers.
The college currently has nine main departments with various specialization areas. Namely,
Dean of College of Engineering
Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering (Aerodynamics)