Energy and Sustainable Energy Program


Sustainable Energy Engineering provides state-ofthe-art education in the fields of solar energy, wind energy, biofuel, geothermal energy, power generation, energy management, energy utilization, turbomachinery and transformation of energy systems. Graduates find employment in industry, government agencies, and consultancies.

Study System

Program Total Credit Hours


Program Duration

5-Years (10 Levels)

Program Fees


Program Mission

The mission of the Energy and Sustainable Energy Engineering is to qualify students for successful and outstanding careers in Energy and Sustainable Energy fields such as solar energy, wind energy, bioenergy, geothermal energy …etc.

Program Objectives

The Energy and Sustainable Energy Engineering program aims to develop the necessary skills, design, problem solving ability that meet the professional requirements of traditional, new and renewable technologies.

The graduates of the Energy and Sustainable Energy Engineering Program should be able to:

  1. Apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering concepts to the solution of engineering problems.

  2. Design a system; component and process to meet the required needs within realistic constraints.

  3. Design and conduct experiments as well as analyze and interpret data.

  4. Identify, formulate and solve fundamental engineering problems.

  5. Use the techniques, skills, and appropriate engineering tools, necessary for engineering practice and project management.

  6. Work effectively within multi-disciplinary teams.

  7. Communicate effectively.

  8. Consider the impacts of engineering solutions on society & environment.

  9. Demonstrate knowledge of contemporary engineering issues.

  10. Display professional and ethical responsibilities; and contextual understanding.

  11. Engage in self- and life- long learning.

In addition to:

  1. Provide a flexible structure and broad-based approach to the subject.
    Concentrate on the ‘core’ traditional subject areas of Mechanical Engineering.
    Give students a firm foundation in reporting and communication skills.
    Conduct design work in co-operation with industry where possible.

The special objectives of the program are:

  1. Provide the students with the fundamentals knowledge of energy system analysis, principles of economical science and engineering economy.

  2. Have knowledge and skills for the energy conservation, transmission, storage and save of energy systems.

  3. Know different types of traditional new and renewable energies.

  4. Provide the students to be able to design and construct energy systems.

Program Requirements

The program requirements can be classified according to the courses area as follows:

  • Humanities & Social Science: GEN101, GEN102, GEN201, GEN202, GEN301, GEN302, GEN401, GEN402.

  • Mathematics and Basic Sciences: MPE201, MDP201, MDP202, EMP203, MPE202, MDP204, MPE301, EPM201, EMP301, MPE303, ELC301, MDP302, EPM301, EPM302.

  • Basic Engineering Sciences: MDP101, MDP102, MDP103, EMP101, EMP102, EMP201, EMP202, CPE101, EMP103, EMP104, EMP105, EMP106, EMP107.

  • Applied Engineering and Design: MPE302, MPE304, ESE401, EPM401, MPE401, ESE404, ESE405, EPM402, ESE502, ESE503, ESE504, ESE506, ESE403

  • Computer Applications and ICT: MDP203, EPM501, MPE305, ESE501, MDP501, ESE505

  • Practice & Projects: ESE591, ESE592, MDP301, MDP401, ESE402

  • Electives: Four courses from ESE410, ESE411, ESE412, ESE413, ESE510, ESE511, ESE512, ESE513.

  • Field Training: ESE380 and ESE480.


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