Master of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering
The Mechanical Engineering Department started offering a graduate program leading to the degree of Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Mechanical Engineering in 1400 H (1980 G). The M.Sc. program has been designed to cope with the modern trends and development in Mechanical Engineering curricula. The main goal of the program is to enrich the student’s knowledge and understanding of the concepts and problems of engineering, and to increase his expertise in the specific fields of interest. This enhanced program will help in providing the Kingdom with the high quality postgraduates needed in research centers and critical positions in industry.
Area of Specialization
- Design and Applied Mechanics
M.Sc. Degree Requirements
The department offers two options for a Master Degree in Mechanical Engineering; a Thesis Option and a Non-Thesis Option.
- The Thesis Option requires 24 credit hours of course work and successful completion of a thesis.
- The Non-Thesis Option requires 36 credit hours of course work and successful completion of a project.