 
Drawing equipment and use of instruments. Lettering, Geometric construction, Sketching and shape description. Basic descriptive geometry, Developments and intersections. Axonometric, oblique and perspective drawings, Multiview projection, Principal views, Conventional practice, and sectional views. Auxiliary views. Dimensioning techniques. Parallel: Introduction to computer drawing, Drawing aids, Geometrical construction, and the appropriate commands of text, editing, plotting, sections, layers, pictorial views, and dimensioning. Auxiliary views  First year   
Axial loading, Material properties obtained from tensile tests, Stresses and strains due to axial loading, Thermal Stresses, Elementary theory of torsion, Solid and hollow shafts, Thinwalled tubes, Rectangular crosssection, Stresses in beams due to bending, shear and combined forces. Composite beams, Analysis of plane stress, Mohr’s Circle, Combined stresses, Thinwalled pressure vessels, Deflection of beams, Buckling of columns, Energy Methods.  Third year   
Meaning, phases, evaluation, considerations of design, stress analysis, deflection analysis, static strength and theories of failure, fatigue strength. Design of fasteners and connections; riveted joints, bolts and screws, forcedeflection diagrams of bolted connections. Welded joints. Mechanical springs, helical, leaf, torsional spring shafts.  Fourth year   
Rolling contact bearings, selection, mounting and enclosure. Lubrication and journal bearings. Clutches, coupling and brakes. Gearing : Geometry, kinematics gear trains and force analysis. design of spur, helical, bevel and worm gears. multispeed gear boxes. design and analysis of belts, ropes, chains, term project.  Fourth year   
Review of stress, analysis. Theories of failure. Power transmission shafts. Tension and shear. Connections and selection of bolts. Helical tension and compression spring design. Weld analysis and design. Selection of rolling element bearings. Gears geometry, Force and stress analysis. Mechanical couplings. Flexible power transmission elements.  Fourth year   
The course aims to Introduce students to technical and business communications.
The students will: 1 . Identify the audience of technical writing 2 . Identify the types and parts of business correspondence 3 . Write documents with appropriate format for audience and purpose 4 . Demonstrate knowledge of the techniques for writing instructions 5 . Identify the purpose and elements of a proposal 6 . Identify and write the elements of a formal report 7 . Prepare an effective resume 8 . Organize their time to complete a longterm assignment
 Second year   
A systematic development of programming via flowcharts and pseudo codes; The course highlights include: assignment, repetition, decision making, arrays, file processing and subprograms in program construction. Program design includes: algorithm design, procedures and data program structure, module design, programming standards, program documentation, testing, debugging, verification and validation, file organization and processing, array processing, abstract data structures, data driven programs and simulation. Matlab language will be used. Homework problems and projects of direct engineering applications will be assigned.  Second year    http://fetweb.ju.edu.jo/me/courses/labs/Strength
This laboratory serves mainly the measuring and/or determination of some material properties (strain and stress, yield stress, ultimate stress, fracture stress). Non destructive testing of materials (NDT), micro and macro examination of materials and phase diagrams for steel. It is equipped with machines for conducting tests, such as: Tension, impact fatigue, bending, creep, hardness, and photo elasticity tests.  Third year   
This laboratory serves mainly the measuring and/or determination of some material properties (strain and stress, yield stress, ultimate stress, fracture stress). Non destructive testing of materials (NDT), micro and macro examination of materials and phase diagrams for steel. It is equipped with machines for conducting tests, such as: Tension, impact fatigue, bending, creep, hardness, and photo elasticity tests.  Third year   
Static & dynamic balancing, centrifugal force, simple & compound pendulum, bifilar suspension, mass spring system, damping coefficient and logarithmic decrement. center of percussion, kater’s reversible pendulum, torsional free vibrations, resonance response of a single degree of freedom system. Base excitation and vibration isolation.  Fourth year   
Static & dynamic balancing, centrifugal force, simple & compound pendulum, bifilar suspension, mass spring system, damping coefficient and logarithmic decrement. center of percussion, kater’s reversible pendulum, torsional free vibrations, resonance response of a single degree of freedom system. Base excitation and vibration isolation.  Fourth year   
Experimental methods on the following systems: pressure measurement, flow measurement, temperature measurement, strain gauges, strain rosettes.  Fourth year    In this course, the student learns how to conduct a scientific research, starting from developing the research idea up to writing and presenting a technical report. The course starts by attending a number of lectures given by faculty and invited speakers where models of researches and case studies in advanced fields of mechanical engineering are presented. Meanwhile, students undertake limited researches of their own under the supervision of faculty staff members to learn how to define the problem; how to make literature review, searching through various resources such as the Engineering Index and Internet. Methods of Solution: Analytical, Numerical and Experimental methods. Report writing: Introduction; Analysis; Description of the experiment; Experimental procedure; Results; Discussion Conclusions; Recommendations; References; Abstract. At least one report/ paper will be prepared and presented by the student in front of colleagues and staff.  Graduate    Plate bending theory; stresses and strains; governing equations, boundary conditions. Rectangular plates, Navier’s solution, levy’s method, the Ritz approach. Plates of various forms; circular, elliptical, triangular. plates on elastic foundation. Combined lateral and direct loads. Thermal stresses in plates. Shell theory; membrane stresses, bending stresses applications to pipes, tanks and pressure vessels. Cylindrical shells under general loads.  Graduate    Introduction. The design of successful experiments, general concepts and dynamics. Random signal analysis. Flow measurements using pressure tubes. Flow visualization. Heat transfer instrumentation. Introduction to thermal anemometry. Laser Doppler anemometry. Particle sizing using optical methods. Computer methods, data reconstruction and flow visualization. Strain gages. Stress measurements using photoelasticity. Vibration measuring techniques. Digitization & Sampling, A/D and D/A converters. Design of computer interface cards.  Graduate    Introduction: Basic definitions; A brief history of the theory of Elasticity; Basic concepts in math. (Matrices); StressStrain equations. Formulation of the elasticity equations in various coordinate systems; Plane elasticity; Elastic Bending and Torsion. SaintVenant principle. Thermo Elasticity, anisotropy. Applications.
 Graduate    Introduction: General concepts, and definitions, Physical systems, (Natural phenomena) methods for solution. Formulation of differential equations governing the physical system, and the corresponding boundary conditions. Division (discretization) of analysis region into finite elements: Techniques for discretization. Efficient mesh, mesh refinement. FEEquations (FE Properties) Trial solution, Trial functions: polynomials, Shape functions. Methods for developing FEequations. Assembly of FE equations, Global equations system, Imposing the BCs, Programming and solutions Verification of the solution, Accuracy and convergence . Implementation of computer programs : High order FE, Isoparametric FE Applications.  Graduate 
