Faculty of Engineering

  • Department of Applied Chemistry and Biotechnology
  • Department of Mechanical Systems Engineering
  • Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  • Department of Information and Computer Engineering
  • Department of Intelligent Mechanical Engineering
  • Department of Biomedical Engineering
  • Department of Architecture
  • Engineering Project Course

Academic Goals

Students entering the Faculty of Engineering will receive instruction in basic engineering theories, ethics and research methods. Students will advance through the program taking more specialized courses related to their interest and experience practical learning though laboratory classes using state-of-art technology and research methodology. Research presentations are necessary for graduating from the program

We seek…

  • Students with basic knowledge of mathematics and science.
  • Enthusiastic students interested in engineering “the science of bringing dreams to life,” and self-development.
  • Students interested in working with machinery, electricity, computers, information technology, applied chemistry, biology, medical equipment and architecture.
  • Students interested in the practical application of science and mathematics
  • Students of profound curiosity who can work and study proactively and autonomously.

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Courses in the Faculty of Engineering are structured into four groups:

Group A – Specialized Engineering: basic, general, and specialized courses, related courses, department-specific, research methodology

Group B1 – Language-based

Group B2 – Engineering as Liberal Arts

Group B3 – Engineering as Science

Successful completion of each program is based on the following guidelines:

  • Natural Sciences and Basic Information Technology:
    • Group A basic, general & specialized courses
    • Group B3
  • Expertise and Technical Skills:
    • Group A general & specialized courses, related courses, research methodology
  • Written, oral Presentation and Communication Skills:
    • Group A general & specialized courses, research methodology
    • Groups B1, B2 & B3
  • Professional Ethics and Technical Skills:
    • Group A specialized courses, related courses, research methodology
    • Group B2
  • Problem-Solving Skills and Design:
    • Group A basic, general & specialized courses, research methodology
    • Group B3


Expected Academic Outcome

Graduates of from the Faculty of Engineering shall enter the field with:

  • a solid foundation of professional knowledge and ethics
  • technical and applied skills in their chosen area of study
  • fundamental knowledge of the natural sciences and IT and how they are apply to areas of study
  • basic skill in logical writing, oral presentation and communication
  • analyzing, designing, and problem-solving skills for accomplishing tasks, discover optimum solutions under certain constraints with a sense of organization

Degree granted: Bachelor (Engineering)