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Applied science is a bridge that connects basic science like physics or chemistry with engineering practices. Faculty and students in applied science employ fundamental physical and chemical principles to create innovative new technologies. These solutions are then handed off to engineering disciplines to be refined, enhanced and used to address important societal problems.
We are proud of our commitment to work with all diploma/degree students to find the right combination of disciplines to construct a research program precisely tailored to the interests of each student.


The department aim is to create engineers with strong mathematical background, to enable them to understand the basic ideas and concepts in Physics, scientific approach to familiarize the important applications of Chemistry in the field of engineering and technology and to create awareness about the major environmental issues which plays a primary role in all branches of engineering.


The mission of the department of applied science is to foster the use of fundamental mathematical and scientific knowledge to improve the quality of life.
We provide students to develop attributes that lead to professional growth throughout their careers - a sense of community, a sense of ethical responsibility, an expectation for lifelong learning and continuing education, the ability to think independently and perform creatively and effectively in teams and the ability to communicate effectively both orally and in written media.

Expected Outcomes

  • Knowledge to understand the fundamentals and the application of mathematics and sciences.
  • To have an ability to design, conduct, and understand experiments as well as to analyze and interpret data.
  • To have a proficiency in the design of components and systems to meet desired performance specifications.
  • An ability to function effectively on multi disciplinary teams; a proficiency in the use of techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools to identify,    formulate, and solve scientific and engineering problems.
  • An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility, a proficiency in oral and written communication.
  • The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context.
  • An ability to engage in graduate education and life-long learning and a knowledge of contemporary issues that have an impact on society and the    profession.

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