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Bachelor of Engineering Technology

Programme Length

 

  • 8 Semesters (Full-Time) – 480 credits

 

Programme Entry Requirements

Applicants must achieve the minimum requirements in the English and Mathematics entry tests OR pass the appropriate English and Mathematics courses offered in the Certificate in Academic Preparation programme.

 

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Introduction and Programme Aims

DSC_0072The aim of this programme is to provide students with a comprehensive set of theoretical knowledge and practical skills for employment as engineering technologists. Both qualifications are fit-for-purpose in terms of addressing the Industrial needs nationally, regionally and internationally. Through the application of the Problem Based learning methodology, the required theoretical, practical and employability skills are transferred to our graduates in order for them to transform into work – ready and enterprising graduates that will enhance the value of the Society and the Bahraini economy. The students are motivated to learn through the application of engineering analysis, design and the evaluation of real life problems and the inclusion of various courses in English Language, Mathematics, Project Management, Ethics and Social responsibility.

Majors

  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Electronic Engineering

Graduate Profile

On successful completion of this programme, students will have the skills and knowledge to be able to:

  • Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering fundamentals, to applied engineering problems.
  • Solve broadly-defined engineering problems using research and analysis techniques.
  • Design solutions for broadly-defined engineering problems taking into account public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental issues.
  • Investigate engineering problems and do experiments to validate theoretical hypotheses.
  • Apply modern engineering techniques and tools.
  • Work efficiently and effectively within a team.
  • Communicate effectively through reports, technical documents and presentations.

Career Opportunities

Mechanical major

  • Industrial Systems.
  • Product Design.
  • Manufacturing.
  • Product Development.
  • Computer Aided Design.
  • Performance evaluation.
  • Reliability & Quality.
  • Project Management.
  • Process control and instrumentation.

Electronics Major

  • Control Engineering.
  • Telecommunications.
  • Electronic System Design.
  • Renewable Energy.
  • Embedded Systems.
  • Process Control and Instrumentation.

Teaching and Assessment

The programme is delivered through a mixture of classroom teaching, tutorials, guest speakers, online (web-based), laboratory work, workshops, problem-based learning, supervised brief and extended projects, field trips and workplace experience. Assessment of courses is both formative and summative, and typically includes a mix of tests, assignments, laboratory reports, project reports and examinations.

Work Placement

Starting from Year 2, students are required to complete 80 days of approved work placement. It is expected that this will normally occur in 4 week periods in each year of the programme.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Mechanical)
  • Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Electronics)
  •  Diploma in Engineering Technology (Mechanical) – Exit Qualification at the end of the 3rd Year
  •  Diploma in Engineering Technology (Electronics) – Exit Qualification at the end of the 3rd Year

Summary of Programme Structure

Each Major is delivered over a 4-year period. In the first year all engineering students study the basic principles of Mechanical and Electronics Engineering as well as Mathematics and English courses with an engineering focus. In the second year, students select their specific major and follow the relating courses according to the stream. They also select other Elective courses required in all Polytechnic degrees while the English courses tailored for engineering, continue through to the end of the second year. The students continue their studies at the third and fourth year gaining applied knowledge and problem solving skills based mostly on projects development. Each semester, students gain work experience through industry placements organized by the Polytechnic. Project based learning is common in both the Engineering degrees. Students learn through small integrated projects in the early years while the final year consists mostly of large industry linked projects.

Courses

Core Courses

Normally Taken Year Course Title Course Code Mandatory / Elective NQF Level NQF Credit
1English  Communication 1EL5001Mandatory515
English Communication 2EL5002Mandatory515
Electrical FundamentalsEN6000Mandatory615
Engineering Computing FundamentalsEN6010Mandatory615
Mechanical FundamentalsEN6903Mandatory615
Mathematics for Engineers 1EN6907Mandatory615
Mathematics for Engineers 2EN6914Mandatory615
Engineering PracticeEN6990Mandatory615
2English for Specific Purposes 3EL6901Mandatory615
English for Specific Purposes 4EL6902Mandatory615

Mechanical Major

Normally Taken Year Course Title Course Code Mandatory / Elective NQF Level NQF Credit
1Engineering PracticeEN6990Mandatory615
2English  Communication 1EN6107Mandatory615
Engineering Mechanics 2EN6902Mandatory615
Engineering GraphicsEN6904Mandatory615
Fluids MechanicsEN7917Mandatory615
ThermodynamicsEN7919Mandatory715
3Manufacturing, Control and Environmental SustainabilityEN7908Mandatory715
3Applied Heat TransferEN7918Mandatory715
Mechanical ProjectEN7920Mandatory760
Project Management, Quality and ReliabilityEN7921Mandatory715
4Vibration, Noise and Mechanics of MachinesEN8906Mandatory815
Manufacturing ProcessEN8908Mandatory810
Applied ThermodynamicsEN8912Mandatory815
Project ProposalEN8913Mandatory85
Energy and EnvironmentEN8905Optional815
Manufacturing ProcessesEN8908Mandatory810
CAD/CAMEN8909Optional815
Cooperative Learning ProjectEN8910Optional830
Research ProjectEN8911Optional830
Applied and Process Heat TransferEN8918Mandatory815
Project Management, Quality and ReliabilityEN8921Mandatory815

Electronic Major

Normally Taken Year Course Title Course Code Mandatory / Elective NQF Level NQF Credit
2Engineering ComputingEN6001Mandatory615
AC Circuit TheoryEN6080Mandatory615
Analogue ElectronicsEN6060Mandatory615
Digital Devices and SystemsEN6020Mandatory615
Instrumentation and ControlEN6230Mandatory615
3Power ElectronicsEN7008Mandatory715
3Embedded SystemsEN7034Mandatory715
Telecommunications AEN7060Mandatory715
Analogue Electronic CircuitsEN7061Mandatory715
Electronics Circuit DesignEN7007Mandatory715
Electronics Design and ManufacturingEN7072Mandatory715
PLC Programming and ApplicationsEN7035Mandatory730
3Instrumentation and Automatic ControlEN7230Mandatory715
4Control System DesignEN8231Mandatory815
MicrocontrollersEN8030Mandatory815
Telecommunications BEN8060Optional815
Co-operative Learning Project (Electronics)EN8904Optional860
Engineering Research ProjectEN8098Optional860

Electrical

Normally Taken Year Course Title Course Code Mandatory / Elective NQF Level NQF Credit
2Engineering ComputingEN6001Mandatory615
2Digital Devices and SystemsEN6020Mandatory615
2Alternating Current ( AC ) Circuit theoryEN6080Mandatory615
2Instrumentation and ControlEN6230Mandatory615
3Electronics Circuit DesignEN7007Mandatory715
3Power ElectronicsEN7008Mandatory715
3Electrical MachinesEN7032Mandatory715
3PLC Programming & ApplicationsEN7035Mandatory730
3Analogue Electronic CircuitsEN7061Mandatory715
4Electrical DrivesEN8033Mandatory815
4Power SystemsEN8061Mandatory815
4Engineering Research ProjectEN8098Optional860
4Electrical UtilizationEN8150Mandatory815
4Control System DesignEN8231Mandatory815
4Co-operative Learning Project (Electrical)EN8907Optional860

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