Completion Requirements

Examination Regulations, Assessment and Grading

There are no specific examination regulations, assessment and grading methods employed by this Program. The examination regulations, assessment methods and grading system for this Program are the same as the relevant general university regulations.

Graduation Requirements

Students are eligible for graduation after successfully completing 240 ECTS credits in the courses listed in the Program Structure.
Furthermore, a student can graduate only if their CGPA is greater or equal to 5.00 out of 10.00. Graduating students with a CGPA less than 5.00 might have to take extra courses or repeat a number of courses in order to improve their grades.

Access to Further Studies

The graduates of the Program have access to graduate studies (2nd and 3rd Cycle) in disciplines related with the discipline of Automotive/Mechanical engineering.

 

Contact Information

Dr. George Karagiorgis
Automotive Engineering Program Coordinator
Associate Professor
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Frederick University
Address: 7, Y. Frederickou Str.
Pallouriotisa, Nicosia 1036
Cyprus
Contact

Semester breakdown

Course Structure Diagram


SEMESTER 1
CodeNameECTS
AMAT111CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY I5
APHY111MECHANICS, HEAT AND WAVES WITH LAB5
AU108VEHICLE ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC PRINCIPLES5
AU110INTRODUCTION TO VEHICLE TECHNOLOGY5
ME113MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DRAWING (COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING)5
FREE ELECTIVE5
TOTAL30

SEMESTER 2
CodeNameECTS
AMAT122CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY II5
AU203VEHICLE ELECTRIC AND ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS WITH LAB5
ME106MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING5
ME112INTRODUCTION TO MECHANICAL ENGINEERING WITH WORKSHOP5
ME114RIGID BODY MECHANICS5
FREE ELECTIVE5
TOTAL30

SEMESTER 3
CodeNameECTS
AMAT181LINEAR ALGEBRA WITH MATLAB5
AU201MECHANICS OF AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING MATERIALS WITH LAB5
AU211INTRODUCTION TO VEHICLE SYSTEMS5
ME200THERMODYNAMICS I5
ME201MANUFACTURING PROCESSES5
ME203COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN METHODOLOGY 5
TOTAL30

SEMESTER 4
CodeNameECTS
AENG201TECHNICAL WRITING AND COMMUNICATION5
AMAT204DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS5
AU206ELECTRONIC MANAG. SYSTEM WITH LAB5
AU210TECHNOLOGY AND BUSINESS5
AU212INTERNSHIP5
ME202FLUID MECHANICS I 5
TOTAL30

SEMESTER 5
CodeNameECTS
AU209AUTOMOTIVE DIAGNOSTICS6
AU302VEHICLE INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES6
AU308MACHINE ELEMENTS AND ANALYSIS I6
ME304HEAT TRANSFER6
ME310HYDRAULICS AND PNEUMATICS6
TOTAL30

SEMESTER 6
CodeNameECTS
AU303VEHICLE DYNAMICS AND CONTROL I WITH PROGRAMMING6
AU305TRIBOLOGY FOR AUTOMOTIVE SYSTEMS6
AU309MACHINE ELEMENTS AND ANALYSIS II6
AU310COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS METHODOLOGY AND APPLICATIONS 6
AU407CAD/CAM TECHNOLOGY IN AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING6
TOTAL30

SEMESTER 7
CodeNameECTS
AU401VEHICLE INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES DESIGN6
AU402VEHICLE DYNAMICS AND CONTROL II6
AU403VEHICLE STRUCTURES6
AU408AUTOMOTIVE OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT6
AU410RESEARCH TECHNIQUES FOR THESIS PREPARATION6
TOTAL30

SEMESTER 8
CodeNameECTS
AU400GROUND VEHICLE AERODYNAMICS6
AU404VEHICLE CRASHWORTHINESS6
AU405VEHICLE ENGINEERING DESIGN6
AU405VEHICLE ENGINEERING DESIGN6
AU409AUTOMOTIVE MECHATRONICS6
TOTAL30

 

Admission Requirements

Specific Admission Requirements

There are no specific admission requirements for this Program. Candidates can be admitted to the Program only if they satisfy the general admission requirements of the University.

Recognition of Prior Learning

There are no specific arrangements for recognition of prior learning for this Program. Candidates can be granted transfer credits according to the general arrangements for recognition of prior learning of the University.

Courses

Qualification Requirements

The Program is based on the ECTS credit accumulation mode of study. Students can be awarded the Bachelor of Science Degree in Automotive Engineering upon completion of 240 credits. These credits are allocated to compulsory and elective courses as shown in the table below. The list of compulsory and elective courses is provided in the Program’s course structure.

Module GroupECTS
Required Courses230
Free Electives10
TOTAL240

Required Courses Modules

The student must successfully complete 230 ECTS, from the following list of modules:
No.CodeNameECTSHours / week
1 AENG201TECHNICAL WRITING AND COMMUNICATION53
2 AMAT111CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY I53
3 AMAT122CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY II53
4 AMAT181LINEAR ALGEBRA WITH MATLAB53
5 AMAT204DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS53
6 APHY111PHYSICS I53 + 1
7 AU108VEHICLE ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC PRINCIPLES53 + 1
8 AU110INTRODUCTION TO VEHICLE TECHNOLOGY53 + 1
9 AU201MECHANICS OF AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING MATERIALS WITH LAB53 + 2
10 AU203VEHICLE ELECTRIC AND ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS WITH LAB53
11 AU206ELECTRONIC MANAG. SYSTEM WITH LAB53 + 2
12 AU209AUTOMOTIVE DIAGNOSTICS62 + 2
13 AU210TECHNOLOGY AND BUSINESS53 + 1
14 AU211INTRODUCTION TO VEHICLE SYSTEMS53 + 2
15 AU212INTERNSHIP53
16 AU302VEHICLE INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES63 + 1
17 AU303VEHICLE DYNAMICS AND CONTROL I WITH PROGRAMMING63
18 AU305TRIBOLOGY FOR AUTOMOTIVE SYSTEMS63
19 AU308MACHINE ELEMENTS AND ANALYSIS I63 + 1
20 AU309MACHINE ELEMENTS AND ANALYSIS II63 + 1
21 AU310COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS METHODOLOGY AND APPLICATIONS 63 + 1
22 AU400GROUND VEHICLE AERODYNAMICS63
23 AU401VEHICLE INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES DESIGN63 + 1
24 AU402VEHICLE DYNAMICS AND CONTROL II63
25 AU403VEHICLE STRUCTURES63 + 2
26 AU404VEHICLE CRASHWORTHINESS63 + 2
27 AU405VEHICLE ENGINEERING DESIGN63
28 AU406MAJOR PROJECT63
29 AU407CAD/CAM TECHNOLOGY IN AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING63 + 1
30 AU408AUTOMOTIVE OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT63
31 AU409AUTOMOTIVE MECHATRONICS63
32 AU410RESEARCH TECHNIQUES FOR THESIS PREPARATION63
33 ME106MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING53
34 ME112INTRODUCTION TO MECHANICAL ENGINEERING WITH WORKSHOP53 + 1
35 ME113MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DRAWING (COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING)51 + 2
36 ME114RIGID BODY MECHANICS53 + 1
37 ME200THERMODYNAMICS I53 + 1
38 ME201MANUFACTURING PROCESSES53
39 ME202FLUID MECHANICS I 53 + 1
40 ME203COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN METHODOLOGY 51 + 3
41 ME304HEAT TRANSFER63 + 1
42 ME310HYDRAULICS AND PNEUMATICS63 + 1

Free Electives Modules

Free Elective is subject offered by department of the University for which a student is qualified to register

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