Masters of Engineering Automotive Engineering)

by | Feb 28, 2019

Masters of Engineering (Automotive Engineering) (Research)

Programme Description

The Master of Engineering degree by research fully emphasizes on research work in focus areas of the faculty. The Master of Engineering by research is supervised by a lecturer (or a panel of lecturers) from the Graduate Faculty member. The academic progress of a candidate is assessed through a research progress report submitted at the end of each semester. The degree is awarded based on an examination (viva voce) of the thesis submitted by the candidate on completion of study.

 University Core (1 course only)

  • Development & Global Issues
  • Science Philosophy & Social Development
  • (or other courses)

Automotive Engineering Core

  • Advanced Engineering Mathematics
  • Automotive Electronics & Control
  • Quality Engineering
  • Automotive Noise, Vibration and Harshness
  • Research Methodology

Electives 

  • Vehicle Engineering
  • Advanced Vehicle Dynamics
  • Automotive Braking System
  • Automotive Aerodynamics
  • Internal Combustion Engines
  • Drivetrain Engineering
  • Advanced Engine Boosting And Downsizing
  • Automotive Tribology
  • Special Topics

Free Elective

  • Students are allowed to take a graduate-level
    course (3 credits) from any other engineering
    faculty throughout the study duration

Master Projects

  • Master Project 1
    Master Project 2

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