College of Engineering and Technology

College of Engineering and Technology

  • B. Sc. in Electrical Engineering / Electronics and Communication

  • B. Sc. in Electrical Engineering/Power and Renewable Energy

  • Mission

The Electrical Engineering program offered by the Department of Electrical Engineering is appropriate to the University mission and its design and composition as well as its delivery and assessment of learning outcomes are in accordance with international academic norms. There is a regular process of assessment and evaluation and the results of such evaluation are regularly utilized for continuous improvement of the program. Its program learning outcomes are appropriate to the level of qualifications awarded and are consistent with the UAE Qualification Framework (QF Emirates).

The EE program requires a total of 142 credit hours for graduation. This includes 3 credit hours for 12 weeks of practical training (internship) in engineering organizations preceded by 2 weeks of intensive internal training in the Electrical Engineering Program. A student can complete all the requirements for graduation in a period of four years. For graduation, a student must have cumulative GPA of at least 2.0. Depending upon the chosen concentration, students are awarded degrees as follows:

  • Sc in Electrical Engineering (Electronics and Communication)
  • Sc in Electrical Engineering (Power and Renewable Energy)

The first three years of the study plan will be exactly the same as those of other concentrations and only in the final (fourth) year, students will take some different specialization courses.

  • Program Goals

The EE Program Goals, also referred to as Program Educational Objectives (PEOs), are stated below. Graduates of EE program shall be:

  1. Contributing as productive individuals, team members, and leaders in electrical engineering profession.
  2. Updating and adapting their knowledge and abilities in their major field and associated disciplines.
  3. Engaging with the community at all levels in an ethical and professional manner.
  4. Pursuing graduate studies in electrical engineering and related fields both inside and outside the United Arab Emirates.
  • Admission Requirements

  1. A minimum High School Average of 75% for Elite Track, or 80% for Advanced Track or equivalent in Standardized International Systems is required.
  2. Passing EmSAT in Mathematics with a score of 900 or equivalent.
  3. Passing EmSAT in Physics with a score of 800 or equivalent.
  4. Passing EmSAT in Arabic Language with a score of 600 or equivalent. Alternatively, non-native Arabic speakers can enroll in a non-credit “Introduction to Arabic Language” course at the institution.
  5. Passing EmSAT in English Language with a score of 1100, or an equivalent approved English Proficiency test.
  • Career Opportunities

Graduates of the electrical engineering pursue careers in a wide range of industries and services, including the electronic and computer industries, industrial manufacturing plants, security control systems, design automation companies, product design and development companies, major service companies for  electronic appliances, mobile telephone industry, digital communication and networking industry, television and radio services, telecommunication companies, electrical power generation companies, electrical power distribution services, and renewable energy system design companies.  

  • Graduation Requirements

The Bachelor of Science degree is awarded upon the fulfillment of the following:

  • Successful completion of all courses in the program curriculum (139 credit hours)
  • Successful completion of 16 weeks of training at engineering companies (equal to 3 credit hours).
  • The cumulative grade points average CGPA is at least 2.0
  • A student must graduate from the program during a period no longer than 8 years.

  

  

  • Bachelor of Science in Information Systems Project Management

Mission

The mission of the Information Systems program is to provide quality education in the field of information systems based on internationally recognized standards for undergraduate programs; produce information systems professionals who can deploy efficiently IT technologies and implement IT solutions according to market and society needs, particularly in the UAE and Gulf region; and prepare graduates for lifelong learning and research.

Program Educational Goals

Graduates of the Bachelor of Science in Information Systems program will have the following characteristics within few years of graduation:

  • Apply acquired knowledge and skills in information systems and implement their skills in public, private, academic, and international information systems functional activities.
  • Act as information systems professional leaders in performing related skills in technical, business, or ethical duties.
  • Engage in life-long learning and professional development in pursuing additional graduate degrees, professional development, and self-studies.

Admission Requirements

  1. A minimum High School Average of 70% for Elite Track or Advanced Track and 75% for General Trach, or equivalent in Standardized International Systems is required.
  2. Passing EmSAT in English Language with a score of 1100, or an equivalent English Proficiency test approved by the CAA.
  3. Passing EmSAT in Arabic Language with a score of 600 or equivalent. Alternatively, non-native Arabic speakers can enroll in a non-credit “Introduction to Arabic Language” course at the University.

 Career Opportunities

Graduates meet the demands of in a diverse environment including industry, commerce, education, health, and governmental section where information system is needed.

 Career choices range from very technical position in project manager, project coordinator, systems analyst, consultants, systems architect and developer, Business intelligence developer, and Business analyst.

 

 Graduation requirements

  • Successful completion of 16 weeks of training( (equal to 3 credit hours)
  • The minimum cumulative grade point average for graduation is 2.0 for 123 total credits hours.
  • A student must graduate from the program during a period no longer than 8 years.

 

   

  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology Cyber Security

 Mission

The mission of the Information Technology program is to:

  • Provide quality education in the field of emerging technologies based on internationally recognized standards for undergraduate programs.
  • Produce information technology professionals who can deploy efficiently IT technologies and implement IT solutions according to market and society needs, particularly in the UAE and Gulf region.
  • Prepare graduates for lifelong learning and research.

Program Educational Goals  

Graduates of the Bachelor of Science in Information Technology program with two concentrations will have the following characteristics within few years of graduation:

  • Apply acquired knowledge and skills in information technology and implement their skills in public, private sectors, academic or international information Technology functional activities.
  • Act as information systems professional leaders in performing related skills in technical, business, or ethical duties.
  • Engage in life-long learning and professional development in pursuing additional graduate degrees, professional development, and self-studies.

All Program Goals are aligned with the needs of program constituencies as follows:

  • IT Students: They are to be developed as qualified Information Technology who can be gainfully employed after their graduation and can proceed for graduate studies in UAE or abroad.
  • IT Alumni both concentrations: They are graduates of IT program and working in the market. They should be competent team members and leaders in their profession, able to update and adapt their knowledge and skills, and engage with community at all levels in an ethical and professional manner.
  • IT Department Faculty: They are primarily responsible to provide quality education to students equipping them with theoretical knowledge and practical skills. It is their responsibility to contribute and promote the achievement of IT program objectives.
  • Employers of IT Graduates both concentrations: The employers require productive and competent Information technology who can effectively contribute in their professional fields.

Admission Requirements

  1. A minimum High School Average of 70% for Elite Track or Advanced Track and 75% for General Trach, or equivalent in Standardized International Systems is required.
  2. Passing EmSAT in English Language with a score of 1100, or an equivalent English Proficiency test approved by the CAA.
  3. Passing EmSAT in Arabic Language with a score of 600 or equivalent. Alternatively, non-native Arabic speakers can enroll in a non-credit “Introduction to Arabic Language” course at the University.

Career Opportunities 

Graduates of BSc. information Technology/Cyber Security are qualified for employment as

  • Security Analyst
  • Security Architect
  • Security Software Developer
  • Security Engineer
  • Security Administrator
  • Cryptographer
  • Security Consultant

Graduation requirements

  • Successful completion of 16 weeks of training( (equal to 3 credit hours)
  • The minimum cumulative grade point average for graduation is 2.0 for 123 total credits hours.

A student must graduate from the program during a period no longer than 8 years.

 

  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology Data Analytics

 Mission

The mission of the Information Technology program is to:

  • Provide quality education in the field of emerging technologies based on internationally recognized standards for undergraduate programs.
  • Produce information technology professionals who can deploy efficiently IT technologies and implement IT solutions according to market and society needs, particularly in the UAE and Gulf region.
  • Prepare graduates for lifelong learning and research.

Program Educational Goals  

Graduates of the Bachelor of Science in Information Technology program with two concentrations will have the following characteristics within few years of graduation:

  • Apply acquired knowledge and skills in information technology and implement their skills in public, private sectors, academic or international information Technology functional activities.
  • Act as information systems professional leaders in performing related skills in technical, business, or ethical duties.
  • Engage in life-long learning and professional development in pursuing additional graduate degrees, professional development, and self-studies.

All Program Goals are aligned with the needs of program constituencies as follows:

  • IT Students: They are to be developed as qualified Information Technology who can be gainfully employed after their graduation and can proceed for graduate studies in UAE or abroad.
  • IT Alumni both concentrations: They are graduates of IT program and working in the market. They should be competent team members and leaders in their profession, able to update and adapt their knowledge and skills, and engage with community at all levels in an ethical and professional manner.
  • IT Department Faculty: They are primarily responsible to provide quality education to students equipping them with theoretical knowledge and practical skills. It is their responsibility to contribute and promote the achievement of IT program objectives.
  • Employers of IT Graduates both concentrations: The employers require productive and competent Information technology who can effectively contribute in their professional fields.

 Admission Requirements

  1. A minimum High School Average of 70% for Elite Track or Advanced Track and 75% for General Trach, or equivalent in Standardized International Systems is required.
  2. Passing EmSAT in English Language with a score of 1100, or an equivalent English Proficiency test approved by the CAA.
  3. Passing EmSAT in Arabic Language with a score of 600 or equivalent. Alternatively, non-native Arabic speakers can enroll in a non-credit “Introduction to Arabic Language” course at the University.

 Career Opportunities 

 Graduates of BSc. information Technology/Data Analytics are qualified for employment as

  • Data Scientist
  • Data Engineer
  • Data Analytics Consultant
  • IT Systems Analyst
  • Healthcare Data Analyst.
  • Machine Learning Engineer
  • Big Data Engineer

Graduation requiremens

  • Successful completion of 16 weeks of training( (equal to 3 credit hours)
  • The minimum cumulative grade point average for graduation is 2.0 for 123 total credits hours.

A student must graduate from the program during a period no longer than 8 years.

 

 

  Bachelor of Interior Design

    Mission

The Department of Interior Design provides high-quality interior design education to its students by focusing on developing their knowledge, technical as well as generic skills so that they are well qualified for gainful employment in interior design discipline and can effectively contribute to the advancement of the community. The Interior Design program also aims to prepare its students for postgraduate study.

Goals

The ID Program Goals, also referred to as Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) are stated below. Graduates of Interior Design program shall have:

  1. A foundation in basic knowledge, skills, and the ability to apply those skills in their design process and presentation.
  2. Skills and abilities required for data collection, analysis, design, and evaluation of interior design projects including technical details.
  3. The ability to utilize up-to-date technology in the field of interior design, for example, computer-aided design and other software applications, and working drawings and presentations.
  4. The ability to work as an efficient team member in multi-professional groups.
  5. The ability to recognize environmental factors and cultural, traditional and heritage aspects and apply in their projects.
  6. The ability of critical thinking and life-long learning.
  7. Gained basic information about the interior environment sustainability, with the application of lighting, acoustics, and human factors.

Admission Requirements

  1. A minimum High School Average of 65% for Elite Track or Advanced Track and 70% for General Teach, or equivalent in Standardized International Systems is required.
  2. Passing EmSAT in English Language with a score of 1100, or an equivalent English Proficiency test approved by the CAA.
  3. Passing EmSAT in Arabic Language with a score of 600 or equivalent. Alternatively, non-native Arabic speakers can enroll in a non-credit “Introduction to Arabic Language” course at the University.

 Career Opportunities

A graduate from the Interior Design program is qualified by education, experience, and examination to develop interior designs for the purpose of improving the quality of life, increasing productivity, and protecting the health, safety, and welfare of the public. A graduate can take up a job position as an:

  • Interior Designer
  • Interior Teaching Assistant
  • Project Manager Assistant
  • Business Marketing Assistant

Graduation Requirements

The Bachelor of Interior Design will be awarded upon the fulfillment of the following:

  • Successful completion of 16 weeks of training( (equal to 3 credit hours)
  • Successful completion of four Credit Hours of Interior Design Training
  • A minimum cumulative AGPA of 2.0
  • A student must graduate from the program during a period no longer than 8 years.