Programmes

1 PROGRAMME/SUB-DISCIPLINE/DISCIPLINE WORKLOAD

1.1 PROGRAMME/SUB-DISCIPLINE/ DISCIPLINE WORKLOAD FOR STUDENTS

The academic workload for our undergraduate students is  presented in Table 3

Table 3 Programme/Sub-Discipline/ Discipline Workload for Students

Grouping Course No/   Level Course/subject Contact Hours/Week WeeklyContact

 Hours

Lecture Tutorial Practical
F I R S T    Y E A R
F I R S T   S E M E S T E R
a) General studies courses GSP 101GSP 111 The Use of English IThe use of Library and Study Skills 22 —— —— 22
b) Core/Compulsory Courses ENGR 101MTH 111

MTH 121

CHM 101

CHM 171

PHY 121

PHY 195

Introduction to EngineeringElementary Mathematics I

Elementary Mathematics II

Basic Principles of Chemistry I

Basic Practical Chemistry

Fundamentals of Physics

Practical Physics

23

3

2

‑‑

3

‑‑

‑‑‑‑

‑‑

‑‑

‑‑

‑‑

‑‑

‑‑‑‑

‑‑

‑‑

3

‑‑

3

23

3

2

3

3

3

S E C O N D   S E M E S T E R
a) General studies courses GSP 102 The Use of English II 2 2
b) Core/Compulsory Courses ENGR 102MTH 122

CHM 112

CHM 122

PHY 116

PHY 124

Applied MechanicsElementary Mathematics III

Basic Principles of Chemistry II

Basic Principles of Chemistry III

General Physics for Physical Science II

Fundamentals of Physics III

33

2

2

2

3

__

_

_

_

_

__

_

_

_

_

33

2

2

2

3

S E C O N D    Y E A R
F I R S T   S E M E S T E R
a) General studies courses GSP 201GSP 207 Basic concepts and Theory of PeaceLogic, Philosophy and Human Existence 22 —— —— 22
b) Core/Compulsory Courses ENGR 201ENGR 202

MTH 206

CE 211

CE 212

EE 211

ME 211

ME 261

Materials ScienceMaterials Science Laboratory

Advanced Mathematics VI

Strength of Materials

Strength of Materials Laboratory

Basic Electrical Engineering

Engineering Drawing I

Thermodynamics I

2‑‑

2

2

‑‑

3

1

2

‑‑‑‑

‑‑

‑‑

‑‑

‑‑

‑‑

‑‑

‑‑3

‑‑

‑‑

3

‑‑

3

‑‑

23

2

2

3

3

4

2

S E C O N D   S E M E S T E R
a) General studies courses GSP 102GSP 208 Issues in Peace and Conflict ResolutionNigerian Peoples and Culture 22 —— —— 22
b) Core/Compulsory Courses MTH 207

MTH 208

CE 221

CE 222

ME 212

EE 251

ECE 271

ECE 281

 

Advanced Mathematics VIIAdvanced Mathematics VIII

Fluid Mechanics

Fluid Mechanics Laboratory

Workshop Technology I

Basic Electrical Engr. Lab/Practice

Engineering Computer Programming Engr. Comp. Programming Laboratory

2

2

2

‑‑

1

‑‑

3

‑‑

_

_

_

_

‑‑

_

‑‑

‑‑

_

_

_

3

3

3

‑‑

3

2

2

2

3

4

3

3

3

T H I R D    Y E A R
F I R S T   S E M E S T E R
(a)  General CEDR 341 Introduction to Entrepreneurship I 2 2
b) Core/       Compulsory Courses STA 205ME 313

ME 314

ME 315

ME 341

ME 361

ME 391

Statistics for Physical Sciences & Engr. IWorkshop Practice

Mechanical Engineering Design I

Mechanical Engineering Laboratory I

Mechanics of Machines I

Thermodynamics II

Metallurgy

21

3

1

2

2

2

‑‑‑‑

‑‑

‑‑

‑‑

1

‑‑

‑‑3

‑‑

3

‑‑

‑‑

24

3

4

2

3

2

S E C O N D   S E M E S T E R
(a) General CEDR 342 Introduction To Entrepreneurship II 2 2
a) Core/CompulsoryCourses ENGR 301EE 311

ME 316

ME 317

ME 331

ME 343

ME 351

Engineering AnalysisElectrical Engineering II

Manufacturing Technology

Engineering Drawing II

Advanced Strength of Materials

Measurement and Instrumentation

Mechanics of Fluids I

44

2

1

3

2

3

__

‑‑

‑‑

1

‑‑

1

_‑‑

‑‑

3

‑‑

‑‑

‑‑

44

2

4

4

2

4

F O U R T H    Y E A R
F I R S T   S E M E S T E R
a) Core/CompulsoryCourses ENGR 401ME 418

ME 441

ME 442

ME 451

ME 461

ME 471

Computational MethodsMechanical Engineering Design II

Mechanics of Machines II

Automatic Control

Applied Fluid Mechanics

Applied Thermodynamics

Heat and Mass Transfer

33

2

3

2

2

3

11

1

1

1

1

1

‑‑‑‑

‑‑

‑‑

‑‑

‑‑

‑‑

44

3

4

3

3

4

S E C O N D   S E M E S T E R
a) Core/CompulsoryCourses ENGR 402ME 431

ME 419

ME 481

SIWESTheory of Elasticity

Mechanical Engineering Laboratory II

Technology Development Policy

‑‑3

1

2

‑‑‑‑

‑‑

‑‑

40‑‑

3

‑‑

403

4

2

F I F T H    Y E A R
F I R S T   S E M E S T E R
a) Core/CompulsoryCourses ME 511ME 523

ME 551

ME 561

ME 581

Applied DesignEngineering Materials Selection and Economics

Mechanics of Fluids II

Thermodynamics III

Engineering Law and Management

13

3

3

4

‑‑‑‑

1

1

‑‑

6‑‑

‑‑

‑‑

‑‑

73

4

4

4

S E C O N D   S E M E S T E R
a) Core/CompulsoryCourses ME 521ME 591 B.Eng. ProjectEngineering Metallurgy ‑‑3 ‑‑‑‑ 12‑‑ 123
b) Elective Courses HEAT POWER/THERMAL ENGINEERING OPTION(ANY 3 COURSES FROM THIS LIST)        
I ME 562ME 568

ME 569

ME 571

 

ME 573

Fundamentals of Nuclear EngineeringPower Plant Engineering

Energy Conversion Principles

Thermal Engineering and Advanced Heat Transfer

Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning

33

3

3

 

3

11

1

1

 

1

‑‑‑‑

‑‑

‑‑

 

‑‑

44

4

4

 

4

DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING OPTION(ANY 3 COURSES FROM THIS LIST)
II ME 512ME 513

ME 531

ME 541

ME 542

ME 543

ME 549

Manufacturing and Tools EngineeringDesign of Welded and Cast Structures

Theory of Elasticity II

Vibrations and Control

Systems Engineering

Fluid Power Control Engineering

Instrumentation and Control Engineering

33

3

3

3

3

3

11

1

1

1

1

1

‑‑‑‑

‑‑

‑‑

‑‑

‑‑

‑‑

44

4

4

4

4

4