College of Engineering and Information Technology

Academic programs of the College of Engineering andInformation Technology are designed to attain graduates who are:

  • Creative in helping the society and solving technical problems.
  • Competent with sound knowledge and professional attitude.
  • Capable of bridging theoretical knowledge with practical problems.
  • Equipped with skills required to be productive in their professional careers.
  • Prone to deal with technological aspects.
  • Able to perform as individuals and as team members.
  • Motivated for life-long learning.
  • Capable of pursuing graduate studies.
The College of Engineering and Information Technology offers the following Programs:
  • Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering/Electronics
  • and Communication.
  • Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering/Power and Renewable Energy.
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Systems/ Project Management.
  • UAE secondary school certificate, or its equivalent.
  • Advanced Stream- MOE minimum grade (70%) / General Stream - MOE (90%) with minimum score of (90%) in Math and Science in Grade 12, with studying a foundation course in physics.
  • English proficiency test (TOEFL score of 500 or above, or the equivalent)
  • Admission Requirements for Information Systems Programs • UAE secondary school certificate or its equivalent. • Advanced Stream - MOE (60%) / General Stream – MOE (65%)
  • English proficiency test (TOEFL score of 500 or above, or the equivalent)
Electrical Engineering and Information System Programs
  • Successful completion of all courses in the curriculum.
  • Successful completion of practical
  • Have a minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 2.0.
  • Electrical Engineering: Graduates can pursue careers in a wide range of areas of both power and renewable energy as well as communication and electronics engineering , examples: power stations and substations, power houses, electrical installations in buildings and houses, renewable energy technologies, telecommunications, radio & TV broadcasting, design and development of electronic systems, instrumentation and industrial process control, equipment design and manufacturing, digital systems and automated control.
  • Information Systems: Graduates meet the demands of in a diverse environment including industry, commerce, education, health, and governmental section where information technology is needed. Career choices range from very technical position in project manager, systems analyst, consultants, systems architect and developer, Business intelligence developer.

College of Engineering and Information Technology