Mechanical Engineering


Graduate Destination

On completion of Mechanical Engineering Program, graduate students will be able to work in all mechanical engineering fields both in public and private sectors. The oil and gas field being the most sought after field for mechanical graduates. Other fields include industry and factories. 


The advanced curriculum developed by A.U.C, will secure positions for the program graduates in the following career paths:

Industrial Engineer: Manufacturing Quality Engineers work in industries such as automobile, transportation, textile and industrial equipment, and their role is to monitor, test and report on the quality of products. Depending on the position, they might inspect raw materials, components, mechanical systems or final products.

Design Engineer: Plan, conceptualize, and create mechanical designs for new products also evaluate final product’s overall performance, reliability and safety.

Inspection: identify problems with structures like oil pipelines and share their results with construction teams in an attempt to prevent accidents and other catastrophes.

Production Engineer: defines and works out how the product will be manufactured and/or assembled on the production line including design of packaging, ensuring the right quantity of components/products are delivered and aligned to support the speed of the production line.

Power Engineer: Can work in operation, maintenance, renovation, and repair of thermal systems and other mechanical systems in a facility, like power plant, airports, and shipping lines. 

Prospective Employers:

Oman LNG, OMIFCO, Electricity and Water Sector ddd