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B.Eng (Mechanical Engineering) Programme

About B.Eng (Mechanical Engineering)
Mechanical Engineering is a discipline that allows students acquire skills in design, acquisition and application of engineering principles in designing, analyzing and manufacturing processes and systems. Here, students are trained for the award of B. Eng. Degree. The teaching and research are based on sound academic foundation as well as practical orientation that will be sufficient to make them employable in the Industries. On completion of the programme, Mechanical engineering graduates will be able to practice in the following sectors: manufacturing, automotive, automobile, aerospace, biomedical, computers and electronics, construction, sports, railway, oil and gas, energy, power, environmental control, robotics etc.
Philosophy
The philosophy of the programme is to produce graduate Engineers that combine sound theoretical background with practical skills to enable them take up challenging positions in the mechanical, automotive and manufacturing industries, public service and the academia directly and also to reach a level of practical sufficiency that would enable them to be self-employed.
Aim and Objective
The objectives of the programme are to produce graduate Engineers; (i) with broad based knowledge of Mechanical Engineering, and in-depth knowledge of its specialties (options selected by the student); (ii) that can apply scientific principles to the design and maintenance of Mechanical devices; (iii) that are socially, morally and legally responsible; (iv) with good understanding of economics, management and marketing principles that are essential for the automotive industry; (v) who are creative and innovative, and can readily develop their entrepreneurship skills and technical competence to be self-employed in consultancy, manufacturing or service industry; and (vi) that are sufficiently practical oriented to be self-employed
Admission Requirement
Admission into the Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng), Mechanical Engineering programme is either through Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) into 100 level or direct entry into 200 level: (a) University Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) Admission to 100 level is through Joint Matriculation Examination Board (JAMB) in English Language, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. To be eligible for admission, candidates must have the Ordinary level of General Certificate of Education (GCE) or Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSCE) with at least five credit passes including Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics and English Language at NOT more than two (2) sittings. The process is made responsive to directives from NUC through the Senate of the University. (b) Direct Entry Admission In addition to the requirements specified above in (a), candidates seeking admission to 200 level must possess i. ND at Upper Credit Level or equivalent in Mechanical Engineering or related discipline from recognized institutions, or ii. Good passes at the General Certificate of Education (Advanced Level) or its equivalent in Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics.
Programme Duration

5 years

100 Level First Semester

# Code Title Semester Level
1 CHM 103 PRACTICAL CHEMISTRY I 1 100
2 PHY 101 GENERAL PHYSICS I 1 100
3 ELP 101 ENTREPRENEURIAL LEADERSHIP I 1 100
4 GST 109 USE OF LIBRARY, STUDY SKILLS & ICT 1 100
5 GST 101 COMMUNICATION IN ENGLISH I 1 100
6 CHM 101 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I 1 100
7 MTH 101 GENERAL MATHEMATICS 1 100
8 GNE 101 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY 1 100
9 GST 111 CITIZENSHIP AND LEADERSHIP EDUCATION 1 100
10 PHY 103 PRACTICAL PHYSICS 1 100

100 Level Second Semester

# Code Title Semester Level
1 CHM 102 GENERAL CHEMISTRY II 2 100
2 CHM 104 PRACTICAL CHEMISTRY 2 100
3 MTH 104 GENERAL MATHEMATICS IV 2 100
4 PHY 104 PRACTICAL PHYSICS II 2 100
5 ELP 102 ENTREPRENEURIAL LEADERSHIP II 2 100
6 PHY 106 PROPERTIES OF MATTER 2 100
7 GNE 102 ENGINEER IN THE SOCIETY 2 100
8 GNE 104 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTATIONAL SOFTWARE 2 100
9 MTH 102 GENERAL MATHEMATICS II 2 100
10 PHY 102 GENERAL PHYSICS II 2 100
11 GNE 106 INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING DRAWING 2 100
12 GST 102 COMMUNICATION IN ENGLISH II 2 100

200 Level First Semester

# Code Title Semester Level
1 GNE 259 Materials Science 1 200
2 GNE 255 APPLIED MECHANICS 1 200
3 GNE 257 Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering I 1 200
4 GST 205 Nigerian Peoples and Cultures 1 200
5 ELP 201 Communication for Impact I 1 200
6 GNE 297 Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering Lab. I 1 200
7 GNE 215 Entrepreneurship I 1 200
8 GNE 251 Engineering Drawing I 1 200
9 CSC 201 Computer Programming I 1 200
10 GNE 253 Engineering Mathematics I 1 200

200 Level Second Semester

# Code Title Semester Level
1 GNE 252 Workshop Practice 2 200
2 GST 210 Introduction to Musicology 2 200
3 GNE 298 Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering Lab. II 2 200
4 GNE 258 Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering II 2 200
5 MEE 202 Engineering Drawing II 2 200
6 GNE 296 Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics Lab. 2 200
7 ELP 202 Communication for Impact II 2 200
8 GNE 260 Strength of Materials I 2 200
9 GST 216 Entrepreneurship II 2 200
10 GNE 262 Fundamentals of Thermodynamics 2 200
11 GNE 254 Engineering Mathematics II 2 200
12 GNE 256 Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics 2 200

300 Level First Semester

# Code Title Semester Level
1 MEE 351 Electro-Mechanical Devices & Machines 1 300
2 GNE 351 Engineering Mathematics III 1 300
3 MEE 311 Physical Metallurgy 1 300
4 MEE 353 Theory of Machines I 1 300
5 MEE 309 Strength of Materials II 1 300
6 MEE 301 Manufacturing Technology II 1 300
7 MEE 309 Strength of Materials II 1 300
8 MEE 305 Heat Transfer I 1 300
9 MEE 307 Fluid Mechanics I 1 300

300 Level Second Semester

# Code Title Semester Level
1 MEE 306 Workshop Practice II 2 300
2 MEE 308 Metrology 2 300
3 MEE 304 Engineering Drawing II (Computer Aided Design ) 2 300
4 GNE 302 Engineering Communication 2 300
5 GNE 316 Engineering Mathematics IV 2 300
6 MEE 302 Thermodynamics 2 300
7 MEE 312 MEE 312 2 300
8 MEE 310 Control Systems 2 300

400 Level First Semester

# Code Title Semester Level
1 GNE 415 Engineering Analysis 1 400
2 MEE 411 Applied Thermodynamics 1 400
3 MEE 407 Advanced Mechanics of Materials 1 400
4 MEE 401 Mechanical Engineering Design II 1 400
5 MEE 405 Applied Fluid Mechanics II 1 400
6 MEE 403 Mechanical Vibration 1 400
7 MEE 409 Heat Transfer II 1 400

400 Level Second Semester

# Code Title Semester Level
1 MEE 406 SIWES II 2 400
2 MEE 404 SIWES I 2 400
3 MEE 402 SWEP 2 400

500 Level First Semester

# Code Title Semester Level
1 MEE 507 Engineering Design Process 1 500
2 MEE 521 DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURING 1 500
3 GNE 501 Engineering Management 1 500
4 MEE 525 Finite Element Method 1 500
5 MEE 509 TRIBOLOGY 1 500
6 MEE 523 Machine Tools Engineering 1 500
7 MEE 517 Characteristics of Refrigerants 1 500
8 MEE 505 Mechanical Engineering Design III 1 500
9 MEE 503 Theory of Elasticity 1 500
10 MEE 519 LOAD ESTIMATING AND SYSTEM DESIGN 1 500

500 Level Second Semester

# Code Title Semester Level
1 MEE 522 PROJECT 2 500
2 MEE 512 INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING ANALYSIS 2 500
3 MEE 506 APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS II 2 500
4 MEE 520 PLASTICITY 2 500
5 MEE 516 ROBOTICS AND AUTOMATION 2 500
6 GNE 502 Engineering Economics 2 500
7 MEE 510 TOOLS DESIGN 2 500
8 MEE 518 TURBO-MACHINERY 2 500
9 MEE 508 REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING 2 500
10 MEE 514 PRODUCTION ENGINEERING METHODS 2 500
11 MEE 504 FRACTURE OF STRUCTURAL MATERIALS 2 500
12 MEE 502 FLUID DYNAMICS 2 500