تكنولوجيا الهندسة

يهدف قسم تكنولوجيا الهندسة والعلوم إلى توفير الخريجين المتميزين في مجال تصميم وتطبيق حلول تكنولوجيا الهندسة. ويُكسب برنامج تكنولوجيا الهندسة والعلوم الطلبة القدرة على القيادة بنجاح، والعمل بكفاءة، والتواصل بفاعلية مع فريق العمل. بالإضافة إلى ذلك، يكتسب الطلبة أثناء الدراسة القٍيَم الأخلاقية والسلوك المهني الراقي، بما يساعدهم على توسيع معارفهم وكفاءاتهم من خلال التعليم المستمر والتعليم مدى الحياة ليصبحوا أفراداً مساهمين في خدمة المجتمع عن طريق تسخير مهاراتهم ومعارفهم محلياً وعالمياً.

ويوفر قسم تكنولوجيا الهندسة والعلوم برامج الهندسة عالمية المستوى، والتي تعمل على تمكين الخريجين من طريق تنمية شغف التعلم والاكتشاف والابتكار لديهم، بالإضافة إلى توفير التقنيين والمهندسين المؤهلين والقادرين على تلبية الاحتياجات الحاضرة والمستقبلية لقطاعات العمل على الصعيدين المحلي والعالمي. وتتمتع جميع برامج تكنولوجيا الهندسة والعلوم في كليات التقنية العليا بسمعة ممتازة نظراً لتميزها بالنزاهة الأكاديمية. وتوفر غالبية برامج البكالوريوس في تكنولوجيا الهندسة نقاط الخروج للطالب مع منحه مؤهل الدبلوم.

خلال العام الدراسي 2018-2019 ، ركز قسم تكنولوجيا الهندسة والعلوم على المساهمة في تنفيذ استراتيجية الجيل الثاني لكليات التقنية العليا HCT 2.0الرامية إلى تأهيل الخريجين ليكونوا الخيار الأول لجهات العمل المختلفة بالدولة، وذلك من خلال التطبيق المحسّن لنموذج التعليم الهجين. إلى ذلك، تم إعداد المخططات الهجينة لجميع المساقات الدراسية في برنامج تكنولوجيا الهندسة والعلوم، حيث اشتملت كلّ من المخططات على مشاركة الطلبة في 5 مختبرات أو تدريبات عملية تطبيقية، بما في ذلك مساقات العلوم الأساسية في الرياضيات والفيزياء والكيمياء. وتم تصميم المساقات الدراسية وفقاً  للشهادات والمؤهلات المهنية ذات الصلة مع استخدام فضاءات الابتكار.

بعد إطلاق خطة الجيل الرابع HCT 4.0في مطلع العام 2019، شرع قسم تكنولوجيا الهندسة والعلوم في إجراء المراجعة اللازمة للمحصلات التعليمية لبرامج الهندسة، بحيث تهدف المحصلات التعليمية لجميع برامج الهندسة حالياً إلى تحقيق الهدفين الرئيسيين لخطة الجيل الرابع HCT 4.0، والمتمثلين في تخريج قادة فنيينوتخريج الشركات ورواد الأعمال. وحصل القسم على الموافقة اللازمة من اللجان الأكاديمية المختصة على المحصلات التعليمية الجديدة التي تتماشى مع الأهداف التعليمية الجديدة الخمسة للطلبة، والموضوعة من قبل هيئة الاعتماد الأكاديمي للهندسة والتكنولوجيا (ABET)ومجلس الاعتماد الأكاديمي لتكنولوجيا الهندسة  (ETAC). وسيتم نشر المحصلات التعليمية الجديدة في الدليل السنوي لكليات التقنية العليا للعام الدراسي 2019-2020.

العميد التنفيذي: محمد  الجراح

 

برنامج تكنولوجيا الهندسة والعلوم/ جميع التخصصات والكليات

البكالوريوس في تكنولوجيا هندسة الطيران العين للطالبات
البكالوريوس في تكنولوجيا هندسة صيانة الطيران: هياكل ومحركات الطائرات أبو ظبي للطلاب؛ دبي للطلاب
البكالوريوس في تكنولوجيا هندسة صيانة الطيران: الطيران أبو ظبي للطلاب؛ دبي للطلاب
البكالوريوس في تكنولوجيا الهندسة الكيميائية أبو ظبي للطلاب؛ الرويس للطلاب؛ الرويس للطالبات
البكالوريوس في تكنولوجيا الهندسة المدنية أبو ظبي للطلاب؛ دبي للطلاب
البكالوريوس في تكنولوجيا الهندسة الكهربائية العين للطلاب؛ العين للطالبات؛ أبو ظبي للطلاب؛ أبو ظبي للطالبات؛ دبي للطلاب؛ دبي للطالبات؛ الفجيرة للطلاب؛ الفجيرة للطالبات؛ رأس الخيمة للطالبات؛ الشارقة للطلاب؛ الشارقة للطالبات؛ الرويس للطلاب؛ الرويس للطالبات؛ مدينة زايد للطالبات
البكالوريوس في تكنولوجيا الهندسة الصناعية أبو ظبي للطالبات؛ دبي للطالبات؛ الشارقة للطالبات
البكالوريوس في تكنولوجيا الهندسة اللوجستية أبو ظبي للطلاب
البكالوريوس في تكنولوجيا الهندسة الميكانيكية العين للطلاب؛ أبو ظبي للطلاب؛ دبي للطلاب؛ الفجيرة للطلاب؛ الفجيرة للطالبات؛ رأس الخيمة للطلاب؛ الشارقة للطلاب؛ الرويس للطلاب
البكالوريوس في تكنولوجيا الهندسة الميكاترونية دبي للطلاب؛ رأس الخيمة للطلاب
البكالوريوس في العلوم التطبيقية في تكنولوجيا الهندسة البحرية أبو ظبي للطلاب
البكالوريوس في العلوم التطبيقية في هندسة النقل البحري أبو ظبي للطلاب
البكالوريوس في العلوم التطبيقية فيتكنولوجيا الهندسة المعمارية البحرية

 

أبو ظبي للطلاب
  • برامج الهندسة حاصلة على الاعتماد الأكاديمي من هيئة الاعتماد الأكاديمي بالدولة (CAA).
  • برامج البكالوريوس في الهندسة الكيميائية والمدنية والكهربائية والميكانيكية والميكاترونية حاصلة على الاعتماد الأكاديمي الدولي من مجلس الاعتماد الأكاديمي لتكنولوجيا الهندسة (ETAC).

كليات التقنية العليا هي مؤسسة حكومية، و الدراسة فيها مجانية للطلبة الإماراتيين وأبناء المواطنات لدرجة علمية واحدة

يتوفر عدد محدد من المقاعد الدراسية للطلبة المقيمين في الامارات العربية المتحدة للالتحاق بكليات التقنية العليا مع مراعاة الشروط التالية:

  • معدل الثانوية العامة 85% كحد أدنى.
  • الحصول على  1250 كحد أدنى في امسات – اللغة الإنجليزية  أو ما يعادلها.
  • ان يتحمل الطالب التكاليف الدراسية.
الكلية الرسوم الدراسية للطالب بدوام كامل في الفصل الدراسي
(12-18 ساعة معتمدة)
الرسوم الدراسية للطالب بنظام الساعات المعتمدة

تكنولوجيا الهندسة

AED 36,750 AED 2,500 للساعة المعتمدة

تقدم كليات التقنية العليا الحسومات التالية على الرسوم الدراسية للطلبة المقيمين:

  • 20% خصم في حال معدل الطالب في الثانوية العامة 95% فما فوق
  • 20% في حال حصول الطالب على معدل تراكمي ما بين 3.00 و 3.74
  • 40% في حال حصول الطالب على معدل تراكمي 3.75 فما فوق
  • 20% لأبناء الهيئة التدريسية بكليات التقنية العليا
  • 20% للطلبة الإماراتيين في حالة رغبتهم الحصول على درجة علمية إضافية

Bachelor of Aeronautical Engineering Technology (BAEET)

Upon graduation, a HCT graduate in Bachelor of Aeronautical Engineering Technology should demonstrate:

  1. An ability to apply knowledge, techniques, skills and modern tools of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology to solve broadly-defined engineering problems appropriate to the Aeronautical Engineering Technology.
  1. An ability to design systems, components, or processes meeting specified needs for broadly-defined engineering problems appropriate to the aeronautical Engineering Technology.
  1. An ability to apply written, oral, and graphical communication in broadly defined technical and non-technical environments; and an ability to identify and use appropriate technical literature;
  1. An ability to conduct standard tests, measurements, and experiments and to analyze and interpret the results to improve processes;
  1. An ability to function effectively as a member as well as a leader on technical teams.
  1. An ability to develop and evaluate a business plan to transform an engineering design (systems, products ,services and solutions) into a business opportunity utilizing entrepreneurial skills and knowledge



Diploma of Aeronautical Engineering Technology

Upon graduation, a HCT graduate in Diploma in Aeronautical Engineering Technology should demonstrate:

  1. An ability to apply knowledge, techniques, skills and modern tools of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology to solve well‐defined engineering problems appropriate to Aeronautical Engineering Technology.
  2. An ability to design solutions for well‐defined technical problems and assist with the engineering design of systems, components, or processes appropriate to Aeronautical Engineering Technology.
  3. An ability to apply written, oral, and graphical communication in well‐defined technical and non‐technical environments; and an ability to identify and use appropriate technical literature.
  4. An ability to conduct standard tests, measurements, and experiments and to analyze and interpret the results.
  5. An ability to function effectively as a member of a technical team.



Bachelor of Aviation Maintenance Engineering Technology: Airframe and Aeroengines (BAVET)

Upon graduation, a HCT graduate in Bachelor of Aviation Maintenance Engineering Technology: Airframe and Aeroengines program should demonstrate:

  1. An ability to apply knowledge, techniques, skills and modern tools of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology to identify, explain, formulate and solve broadly-defined engineering problems appropriate to the aviation maintenance and in accordance with regulations and manufacturer’s instructions;
  2. An ability to design systems, components, or processes meeting specified needs for broadly-defined engineering problems related to aviation engineering technology;
  3. An ability to apply written, oral, and graphical communication in broadly defined technical and non-technical environments; and an ability to identify and use appropriate technical literature, computer software, information and communication technologies at a level required for basic aviation maintenance;
  4. An ability to conduct standard tests, measurements, experiments and practical activities and to analyze and interpret the results to improve processes;
  5. An ability to function effectively as a member as well as a leader on technical teams.
  6. An ability to develop and evaluate a business plan to transform an engineering design (systems, products ,services and solutions) into a business opportunity utilizing entrepreneurial skills and knowledge



Diploma of Aviation Maintenance Engineering Technology: Airframe and Aeroengines (DAVET)

Upon graduation, a HCT graduate in Diploma in Aviation Maintenance Engineering Technology: Airframe and Aeroengines program should demonstrate:

  1. An ability to apply knowledge, techniques, skills and modern tools of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology to identify, explain, formulate and solve well‐defined engineering problems appropriate to the aviation maintenance and in accordance with regulations and manufacturer’s instructions.
  2. An ability to design systems, components, or processes meeting specified needs for well‐defined engineering problems related to Aviation Engineering Technology.
  3. An ability to apply written, oral, and graphical communication in well‐defined technical and non‐technical environments; and an ability to identify and use appropriate technical literature, computer software, information and communication technologies at a level required for basic aviation maintenance.
  4. An ability to conduct standard tests, measurements, experiments and practical activities and to analyze and interpret the results.
  5. An ability to function effectively as a member of a technical team.



Bachelor of Aviation Maintenance Engineering Technology: Avionics (BAAET)

Upon graduation, a HCT graduate in Bachelor of Aviation Maintenance Engineering Technology: Avionics program should demonstrate:

  1. An ability to apply knowledge, techniques, skills and modern tools of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology to identify, explain, formulate and solve broadly-defined engineering problems appropriate to the aviation maintenance and in accordance with regulations and manufacturer’s instructions;
  2. An ability to design systems, components, or processes meeting specified needs for broadly-defined engineering problems related to aviation engineering technology;
  3. An ability to apply written, oral, and graphical communication in broadly defined technical and non-technical environments; and an ability to identify and use appropriate technical literature, computer software, information and communication technologies at a level required for basic aviation maintenance;
  4. An ability to conduct standard tests, measurements, experiments and practical activities and to analyze and interpret the results to improve processes;
  5. An ability to function effectively as a member as well as a leader on technical teams.

An ability to develop and evaluate a business plan to transform an engineering design (systems, products ,services and solutions) into a business opportunity utilizing entrepreneurial skills and knowledge



Diploma of Aviation Maintenance Engineering Technology: Avionics

Upon graduation, a HCT graduate in Diploma in Aviation Maintenance Engineering Technology: Avionics program should demonstrate:

  1. An ability to apply knowledge, techniques, skills and modern tools of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology to identify, explain, formulate and solve well-defined engineering problems appropriate to the aviation maintenance and in accordance with regulations and manufacturer’s instructions;
  2. An ability to design systems, components, or processes meeting specified needs for well-defined engineering problems related to aviation engineering technology;
  3. An ability to apply written, oral, and graphical communication in well-defined technical and non-technical environments; and an ability to identify and use appropriate technical literature, computer software, information and communication technologies at a level required for basic aviation maintenance;
  4. An ability to conduct standard tests, measurements, experiments and practical activities and to analyze and interpret the results
  5. An ability to function effectively as a member of a technical team.



Bachelor of Chemical Engineering Technology (BCHET)

Upon graduation, a HCT graduate in Bachelor of Chemical Engineering Technology should demonstrate:

  1. An ability to apply knowledge, techniques, skills and modern tools of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology to solve broadly-defined engineering problems appropriate to the Chemical Engineering Technology.
  2. An ability to design systems, components, or processes meeting specified needs for broadly-defined engineering problems appropriate to the Chemical Engineering Technology.
  3. An ability to apply written, oral, and graphical communication in broadly defined technical and non-technical environments; and an ability to identify and use appropriate technical literature;
  4. An ability to conduct standard tests, measurements, and experiments and to analyze and interpret the results to improve processes;
  5. An ability to function effectively as a member as well as a leader on technical teams.
  6. An ability to develop and evaluate a business plan to transform an engineering design (systems, products ,services and solutions) into a business opportunity utilizing entrepreneurial skills and knowledge



Diploma of Chemical Engineering Technology

The Program Learning Outcomes of the Diploma in Chemical Engineering Technology program are to:

  1. An ability to apply knowledge, techniques, skills and modern tools of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology to solve well‐defined engineering problems appropriate to Chemical Engineering Technology.
  2. An ability to design solutions for well‐defined technical problems and assist with the engineering design of systems, components, or processes appropriate to the Chemical Engineering Technology.
  3. An ability to apply written, oral, and graphical communication in well‐defined technical and non‐technical environments; and an ability to identify and use appropriate technical literature;
  4. An ability to conduct standard tests, measurements, and experiments and to analyze and interpret the results.
  5. An ability to function effectively as a member of a technical team



Bachelor of Civil Engineering Technology (BCVET)

Upon graduation, a HCT graduate in Bachelor of Civil Engineering Technology should demonstrate:

  1. An ability to apply knowledge, techniques, skills and modern tools of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology to solve broadly-defined engineering problems appropriate to the Civil Engineering Technology.
  2. An ability to design systems, components, or processes meeting specified needs for broadly-defined engineering problems appropriate to the Civil Engineering Technology.
  3. An ability to apply written, oral, and graphical communication in broadly defined technical and non-technical environments; and an ability to identify and use appropriate technical literature;
  4. An ability to conduct standard tests, measurements, and experiments and to analyze and interpret the results to improve processes;
  5. An ability to function effectively as a member as well as a leader on technical teams.
  6. An ability to develop and evaluate a business plan to transform an engineering design (systems, products ,services and solutions) into a business opportunity utilizing entrepreneurial skills and knowledge



Diploma of Civil Engineering Technology

The Program Learning Outcomes of the Diploma in Civil Engineering Technology Program are to provide graduates:

  1. An ability to apply knowledge, techniques, skills and modern tools of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology to solve well‐defined engineering problems appropriate to the Civil Engineering Technology.
  2. An ability to design solutions for well‐defined technical problems and assist with the engineering design of systems, components, or processes appropriate to the Civil Engineering Technology.
  3. An ability to apply written, oral, and graphical communication in well‐defined technical and non‐technical environments; and an ability to identify and use appropriate technical literature.
  4. An ability to conduct standard tests, measurements, and experiments and to analyze and interpret the results.
  5. An ability to function effectively as a member of a technical team.



Bachelor of Electrical Engineering Technology (BELET)

Upon graduation, a HCT graduate in Bachelor of Electrical Engineering Technology should demonstrate:

  1. An ability to apply knowledge, techniques, skills and modern tools of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology to solve broadly-defined engineering problems appropriate to the Electrical Engineering Technology.
  2. An ability to design systems, components, or processes meeting specified needs for broadly-defined engineering problems appropriate to the electrical Engineering Technology.
  3. An ability to apply written, oral, and graphical communication in broadly defined technical and non-technical environments; and an ability to identify and use appropriate technical literature;
  4. An ability to conduct standard tests, measurements, and experiments and to analyze and interpret the results to improve processes;
  5. An ability to function effectively as a member as well as a leader on technical teams.
  6. An ability to develop and evaluate a business plan to transform an engineering design (systems, products ,services and solutions) into a business opportunity utilizing entrepreneurial skills and knowledge



Diploma of Electrical Engineering Technology

Upon graduation, a HCT graduate in Diploma in Electrical Engineering Technology should demonstrate:

  1. An ability to apply knowledge, techniques, skills and modern tools of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology to solve well‐defined engineering problems appropriate to the Electrical Engineering Technology.
  2. An ability to design solutions for well‐defined technical problems and assist with the engineering design of systems, components, or processes appropriate to the Electrical Engineering Technology.
  3. An ability to apply written, oral, and graphical communication in well‐defined technical and non‐technical environments; and an ability to identify and use appropriate technical literature.
  4. An ability to conduct standard tests, measurements, and experiments and to analyze and interpret the results.
  5. An ability to function effectively as a member of a technical team.



Bachelor of Industrial Engineering Technology (BINET)

Upon graduation, a HCT graduate in Bachelor of Industrial Engineering Technology should demonstrate:

  1. An ability to apply knowledge, techniques, skills and modern tools of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology to solve broadly-defined engineering problems appropriate to industrial Engineering Technology;
  2. An ability to design systems, components, or processes meeting specified needs for broadly-defined engineering problems appropriate to the Industrial Engineering Technology;
  3. An ability to apply written, oral, and graphical communication in broadly defined technical and non-technical environments; and an ability to identify and use appropriate technical literature;
  4. An ability to conduct standard tests, measurements, and experiments and to analyze and interpret the results to improve processes;
  5. An ability to function effectively as a member as well as a leader on technical teams.
  6. An ability to develop and evaluate a business plan to transform an engineering design (systems, products ,services and solutions) into a business opportunity utilizing entrepreneurial skills and knowledge



Diploma of Industrial Engineering Technology (DINET)

Upon graduation, a HCT graduate in Diploma in Industrial Engineering Technology should demonstrate:

  1. An ability to apply knowledge, techniques, skills and modern tools of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology to solve well‐defined engineering problems appropriate to the Industrial Engineering Technology.
  2. An ability to design solutions for well‐defined technical problems and assist with the engineering design of systems, components, or processes appropriate to the Industrial Engineering Technology.
  3. An ability to apply written, oral, and graphical communication in well‐defined technical and non‐technical environments; and an ability to identify and use appropriate technical literature.
  4. An ability to conduct standard tests, measurements, and experiments and to analyze and interpret the results.
  5. An ability to function effectively as a member of a technical team.


Bachelor of Logistics Engineering Technology (BLGET)

Upon graduation, a HCT graduate in Bachelor of Logistics Engineering Technology should demonstrate:

  1. An ability to apply knowledge, methods, techniques, skills and modern tools of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology to solve broadly-defined engineering problems appropriate to Logistics Engineering Technology;
  2. An ability to design systems, components, or processes meeting specified needs for broadly-defined engineering problems appropriate to Logistics Engineering Technology;
  3. An ability to apply written, oral, and graphical communication in broadly defined technical and non-technical environments, and an ability to identify and use appropriate technical literature
  4. An ability to conduct standard tests, measurements, and experiments and to analyze and interpret the results to improve processes
  5. An ability to function effectively as a member as well as a leader on technical teams.
  6. An ability to develop and evaluate a business plan to transform an engineering design (systems, products ,services and solutions) into a business opportunity utilizing entrepreneurial skills and knowledge



Diploma in Logistics Engineering Technology

Upon graduation, a HCT graduate in Diploma in Logistics Engineering Technology should demonstrate:

  1. An ability to apply knowledge, techniques, skills and modern tools of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology to solve well‐defined engineering problems appropriate to the Logistics Engineering Technology.
  2. An ability to design solutions for well‐defined technical problems and assist with the engineering design of systems, components, or processes appropriate to the Logistics Engineering Technology.
  3. An ability to apply written, oral, and graphical communication in well‐defined technical and non‐technical environments; and an ability to identify and use appropriate technical literature.
  4. An ability to conduct standard tests, measurements, and experiments and to analyze and interpret the results.
  5. An ability to function effectively as a memberof a technical team.



Bachelor ofMechanical Engineering Technology (BMCET)

Upon graduation, a HCT graduate in Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering Technology should demonstrate:

  1. An ability to apply knowledge, methods, techniques, skills and modern tools of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology to solve broadly-defined engineering problems appropriate to Mechanical Engineering Technology;
  2. An ability to design systems, components, or processes meeting specified needs for broadly-defined engineering problems appropriate to Mechanical Engineering Technology;
  3. An ability to apply written, oral, and graphical communication in broadly defined technical and non-technical environments, and an ability to identify and use appropriate technical literature
  4. An ability to conduct standard tests, measurements, and experiments and to analyze and interpret the results to improve processes
  5. An ability to function effectively as a member as well as a leader on technical teams.
  6. An ability to develop and evaluate a business plan to transform an engineering design (systems, products ,services and solutions) into a business opportunity utilizing entrepreneurial skills and knowledge



Diploma in Mechanical Engineering Technology

Upon graduation, a HCT graduate in Diploma in Mechanical Engineering Technology should demonstrate:

  1. An ability to apply knowledge, techniques, skills and modern tools of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology to solve well‐defined engineering problems appropriate to the Mechanical Engineering Technology.
  2. An ability to design solutions for well‐defined technical problems and assist with the engineering design of systems, components,or processes appropriate to the Mechanical Engineering Technology.
  3. An ability to apply written, oral, and graphical communication in well‐defined technical and non‐technical environments; and an ability to identify and use appropriate technical literature.
  4. An ability to conduct standard tests, measurements, and experiments and to analyze and interpret the results.
  5. An ability to function effectively as a member of a technical team.



Bachelor of Mechatronics Engineering Technology (BMTET)

Upon graduation, a HCT graduate in Bachelor of Mechatronics Engineering Technology should demonstrate:

  1. An ability to apply knowledge, methods, techniques, skills and modern tools of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology to solve broadly-defined engineering problems appropriate to Mechatronics Engineering Technology;
  2. An ability to design systems, components, or processes meeting specified needs for broadly-defined engineering problems appropriate to Mechatronics Engineering Technology;
  3. An ability to apply written, oral, and graphical communication in broadly defined technical and non-technical environments, and an ability to identify and use appropriate technical literature
  4. An ability to conduct standard tests, measurements, and experiments and to analyze and interpret the results to improve processes
  5. An ability to function effectively as a member as well as a leader on technical teams.
  6. An ability to develop and evaluate a business plan to transform an engineering design (systems, products ,services and solutions) into a business opportunity utilizing entrepreneurial skills and knowledge.



Diploma in Mechatronics Engineering Technology

Upon graduation, a HCT graduate in Diploma in Mechatronics Engineering Technology should demonstrate:

  1. An ability to apply knowledge, techniques, skills and modern tools of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology to solve well‐defined engineering problems appropriate to the Mechatronics Engineering Technology.
  2. An ability to design solutions for well‐defined technical problems and assist with the engineering design of systems, components, or processes appropriate to the Mechatronics Engineering Technology.
  3. An ability to apply written, oral, and graphical communication in well‐defined technical and non‐technical environments; and an ability to identify and use appropriate technical literature.
  4. An ability to conduct standard tests, measurements, and experiments and to analyze and interpret the results..
  5. An ability to function effectively as a member of a technical team.



Bachelor of Applied Science in Marine Engineering Technology

Upon graduation, a HCT graduate in Bachelor of Applied Science in Marine Engineering Technology should have the ability to:

  1. Demonstrate the competency to undertake the tasks, duties and responsibilities of a ship’s chief engineer
  2. Demonstrate a knowledge base in relevant marine related topics suitable for a career as a marine professional
  3. Effectively lead, work and communicate in a team
  4. Expand knowledge and capabilities through continuing education or other lifelong learning experiences.


Bachelor of Applied Science in Marine Transport

Upon graduation, a HCT graduate in Bachelor of Applied Science in Marine Transport should have the ability to:

  1. Demonstrate the competency to undertake the tasks, duties and responsibilities of a ship’s master
  2. Demonstrate a knowledge base in relevant marine related topics suitable for a career as a marine professional
  3. Effectively lead, work and communicate in a team
  4. Expand knowledge and capabilities through continuing education or other lifelong learning experiences



Bachelor of Applied Science in Maritime Engineering Technology and Naval Architecture

Upon graduation, a HCT graduate in Bachelor of Applied Science in Maritime Engineering Technology and Naval Architecture should have the ability to:

  1.  Carry out a wide range of maritime engineering and ship design functions
  2.  Analyze the performance of ships and maritime structures
  3.  Conduct ship surveys
  4.  Effectively lead, work and communicate in a team
  5. Expand knowledge and capabilities through continuing education or other lifelong learning experiences
  6. Serve the community, whether locally, nationally, or globally


 Bachelor of Aeronautical Engineering Technology

 Students must successfully complete a minimum of

  • 146 credits for a Bachelor of Aeronautical Engineering Technology that include:
    • Aeronautical Engineering Core Courses: 80 credits
    • Mathematics and Science Required Courses: 21 credits
    • Aeronautical Engineering Elective Courses: 12 credits
    • General Studies Courses: 33 credits



Diploma in Aeronautical Engineering Technology

Students must successfully complete a minimum of

81 credits for a Diploma in Aeronautical Engineering Technology that include:

  • Aeronautical Engineering Core Courses: 39 credits
  • Mathematics and Science Required Courses: 15 credits
  • General Studies Courses: 27 credits



Bachelor of Aviation Maintenance Engineering Technology: Airframe and Aeroengines

 Students must successfully complete a minimum of

  • 150 credits for a Bachelor of Aviation Maintenance Engineering Technology: Airframe and Aeroengines that include:
    • Airframe and Aeroengines Core Courses: 99 credits
    • Mathematics and Science Required Courses: 18 credits
    • General Studies Courses: 33 credits



Diploma degree in Aviation Maintenance Engineering Technology: Airframe & Aeroengines 

Students must successfully complete a minimum of

77 credits for a Diploma degree in Aviation Maintenance Engineering Technology: Airframe &

Aeroengines that include:

  • Airframe and Aeroengines Core Courses: 38 credits
  • Mathematics and Science Required Courses: 15 credits
  • General Studies Courses: 24 credits



Bachelor of Aviation Maintenance Engineering Technology (Avionics)

 Students must successfully complete a minimum of

  • 150 credits for a Aviation Maintenance Engineering Technology (Avionics) that include:
    • Avionics Core Courses: 99 credits
    • Mathematics and Science Required Courses: 18 credits
    • General Studies Courses: 33 credits



Diploma degree in Aviation Maintenance Engineering Technology (Avionics)

 Students must successfully complete a minimum of

77 credits for a Diploma degree in Aviation Maintenance Engineering Technology (Avionics) that include:

  • Avionics Core Courses: 38 credits
  • Mathematics and Science Required Courses: 15 credits
  • General Studies Courses: 24 credits



Bachelor of Chemical Engineering Technology

 Students must successfully complete a minimum of

  • 146 credits for a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering Technology that include:
    • Chemical Engineering Core Courses: 80 credits
    • Mathematics and Science Required Courses: 21 credits
    • Chemical Engineering Elective Courses: 12 credits
    • General Studies Courses: 33 credits



Diploma in Chemical Engineering Technology

Students must successfully complete a minimum of

81 credits for a Diploma in Chemical Engineering Technology that include:

  • Chemical Engineering Core Courses: 42 credits
  • Mathematics and Science Required Courses: 12 credits
  • General Studies Courses: 27 credits



Bachelor of Civil Engineering Technology 

 Students must successfully complete a minimum of

  • 146 credits for a Bachelor of Civil Engineering Technology that include:
    • Civil Engineering Core Courses: 77 credits
    • Mathematics and Science Required Courses: 21 credits
    • Civil Engineering Elective Courses: 15 credits
    • General Studies Courses: 33 credits



Diploma in Civil Engineering Technology

Students must successfully complete a minimum of

79 credits for a Diploma in Civil Engineering Technology that include:

  • Civil Engineering Core Courses: 37 credits
  • Mathematics and Science Required Courses: 15 credits
  • General Studies Courses: 27 credits



Bachelor of Electrical Engineering Technology 

 Students must successfully complete a minimum of

  • 146 credits for a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering Technology that include:
    • Electrical Engineering Core Courses: 77 credits
    • Mathematics and Science Required Courses: 21 credits
    • Electrical Engineering Elective Courses: 15 credits

General Studies Courses: 33 credits



Diploma in Electrical Engineering Technology

Students must successfully complete a minimum of

81 credits for a Diploma in Electrical Engineering Technology that include:

  • Electrical Engineering Core Courses: 39 credits
  • Mathematics and Science Required Courses: 15 credits
  • General Studies Courses: 27 credits



Bachelor of Industrial Engineering Technology

 Students must successfully complete a minimum of

  • 146 credits for a Bachelor of Industrial Engineering Technology that include:
    • IndustrialEngineering Core Courses: 80 credits
    • Mathematics and Science Required Courses: 18 credits
    • IndustrialEngineering Elective Courses: 15 credits
    • General Studies Courses: 33 credits



Diploma in Industrial Engineering Technology

Students must successfully complete a minimum of

79 credits for a Diploma in Industrial Engineering Technology that include:

  • IndustrialEngineering Core Courses: 37 credits
  • Mathematics and Science Required Courses: 15 credits
  • General Studies Courses: 27 credits



Bachelor of Logistics Engineering Technology 

 Students must successfully complete a minimum of

  • 146 credits for a Bachelor of Logistics Engineering Technology that include:
    • LogisticsEngineering Core Courses: 83 credits
    • Mathematics and Science Required Courses: 18 credits
    • LogisticsEngineering Elective Courses: 12 credits
    • General Studies Courses: 33 credits



Diploma in Logistics Engineering Technology

Students must successfully complete a minimum of

81 credits for a Diploma in Logistics Engineering Technology that include:

  • LogisticsEngineering Core Courses: 39 credits
  • Mathematics and Science Required Courses: 15 credits
  • General Studies Courses: 27 credits



Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering Technology

 Students must successfully complete a minimum of

  • 146 credits for a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering Technology that include:
    • MechanicalEngineering Core Courses: 74 credits
    • Mathematics and Science Required Courses: 21 credits
    • MechanicalEngineering Elective Courses: 18 credits
    • General Studies Courses: 33 credits



Diploma in Mechanical Engineering Technology

Students must successfully complete a minimum of

81 credits for a Diploma in Mechanical Engineering Technology that include:

  • MechanicalEngineering Core Courses: 39 credits
  • Mathematics and Science Required Courses: 15 credits
  • General Studies Courses: 27 credits



Bachelor of Mechatronics Engineering Technology 

 Students must successfully complete a minimum of

  • 146 credits for a Bachelor of Mechatronics Engineering Technology that include:
    • Mechatronics Engineering Core Courses: 80 credits
    • Mathematics and Science Required Courses: 12 credits
    • Mechatronics Engineering Elective Courses: 21 credits
    • General Studies Courses: 33 credits



Diploma in Mechatronics Engineering Technology

Students must successfully complete a minimum of

81 credits for a Diploma in Mechatronics Engineering Technology that include:

  • Mechatronics Engineering Core Courses: 39 credits
  • Mathematics and Science Required Courses: 15 credits
  • General Studies Courses: 27 credits



Bachelor of Applied Science in Marine Engineering Technology 

 Students must successfully complete a minimum of

  • 169 credits for a Bachelor of Applied Science in Marine Engineering Technology that include:
    • Marine Engineering Core Courses: 100 credits
    • General Engineering Core Courses: 6 credits
    • Sea Time Core Courses: 30 credits
    • General Studies Courses: 33 credits



Bachelor of Applied Science in Marine Transport Technology 

 Students must successfully complete a minimum of

  • 163 credits for a Bachelor of Applied Science in Marine Transport thatinclude:
    • Marine Transport Core Courses: 100 credits
    • Seagoing Service Core Courses: 30 credits

General Studies Courses: 33 credits



Bachelor of Applied Science in Maritime Engineering Technology and Naval Architecture 

Students must successfully complete a minimum of

  • 139 credits for a Bachelor of Applied Science in Maritime Engineering Technology and Naval Architecture that include:
    • Maritime Engineering and Naval Architecture Core Courses: 32credits
    • General Engineering Core Courses: 41 credits
    • Maritime Engineering and Naval Architecture Elective Courses: 12 credits
    • Mathematics and Science Required Courses: 21 credits
    • General Studies Courses: 33 credits


SEMESTER 1 CREDIT HOURS
EGN 1133 Design Thinking in Technology 3
LSC 1103 Professional Communication and Reporting 3
LSS 1003 Life and Future Skills 3
MTH 1103 Pre Calculus 3
PHY 1103 Physics I 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
LSC 2103 Academic Reading and Writing II 3
LSS 1123 Basic Research Methods 3
MTH 1113 Statistics for Engineering 3
MTH 1203 Calculus I 3
PHY 1203 Physics II 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
AES 1013 Arabic Communications I 3
CHM 1103 Engineering Chemistry 3
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 2
SEMESTER 1
AES 1003 Emirati Studies 3
ELE 2153 Electrical Eng Fundamentals 3
MCE 2203 Applied Statics 3
MCE 2303 Material Selection and Testing 3
MCE 2311 Solid Modelling 1
MTH 2103 Calculus II 3
Credit Hours 16
SEMESTER 2
AET 2103 Fundamentals of Flight 3
AET 2403 Applied Thermofluids 3
AET 2902 Sophomore Design Project 2
ICT 2013 Computational Thinking and Coding 3
MCE 2213 Mechanics of Materials 3
MTE 3603 Electronics Systems and Circuits 3
Credit Hours 17
SUMMER
EGN 2806 Work Placement I * 6
MCE 2223 Applied Dynamics 3
MTH 2503 Introduction to Differential Equations 3
Credit Hours 12
YEAR 3
SEMESTER 1
AET 3303 Aircraft Structures 3
AET 3413 Applied Aerodynamics I 3
AET 3503 Fixed And Rotary Wing Assemblies 3
EGN 2712 Applied Programing for Engineers 2
EGN 3012 Project Management 2
MTH 3013 Calculus III 3
Credit Hours 16
SEMESTER 2
AET 3101 Aeronautical Engineering Lab 1
AET 3423 Applied Aerodynamics II 3
AET 3513 Aircraft Design 3
AET 3603 Flight Vehicle Dynamics and Stability 3
EGN 3212 Economics for Engineering 2
BUS 2403 Innovation and Entrepreneurship 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
EGN 3806 Work Placement II 6
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 4
SEMESTER 1
AET 4433 Aircraft Propulsion 3
AET 4902 Capstone Design Project I 2
MCE 4603 Control Systems 3
2 Major Elective Courses 6
Credit Hours 14
SEMESTER 2
AES 3003 Professional Arabic 3
AET 4613 Avionics Systems 3
AET 4912 Capstone Design Project II 2
2 Major Elective Courses 6
Credit Hours 14
Total Credit Hours 146

 


SEMESTER 1 CREDIT HOURS
EGN 1133 Design Thinking in Technology 3
LSC 1103 Professional Communication and Reporting 3
LSS 1003 Life and Future Skills 3
MTH 1103 Pre Calculus 3
PHY 1103 Physics I 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
LSC 2103 Academic Reading and Writing II 3
LSS 1123 Basic Research Methods 3
MTH 1113 Statistics for Engineering 3
MTH 1203 Calculus I 3
PHY 1203 Physics II 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
AES 1013 Arabic Communications I 3
CHM 1103 Engineering Chemistry 3
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 2
SEMESTER 1
AES 1003 Emirati Studies 3
ELE 2153 Electrical Eng Fundamentals 3
MTH 2103 Calculus II 3
MCE 2203 Applied Statics 3
MCE 2303 Material Selection and Testing 3
MCE 2311 Solid Modelling 1
Credit Hours 16
SEMESTER 2
AET 2103 Fundamentals of Flight 3
AET 2403 Applied Thermofluids 3
AET 2902 Sophomore Design Project 2
ICT 2013 Computational Thinking and Coding 3
MCE 2213 Mechanics of Materials 3
MTE 3603 Electronics Systems and Circuits 3
Credit Hours 17
SUMMER
AET 3503 Fixed And Rotary Wing Assemblies 3
AET 4613 Avionics Systems 3
EGN 2806 Work Placement I * 6
Credit Hours 12
Total Credit Hours 81



YEAR 1
SEMESTER 1 CREDIT HOURS
EGN 1133 Design Thinking in Technology 3
LSC 1103 Professional Communication and Reporting 3
LSS 1003 Life and Future Skills 3
MTH 1103 Pre Calculus 3
PHY 1103 Physics I 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
LSC 2103 Academic Reading and Writing II 3
LSS 1123 Basic Research Methods 3
MTH 1113 Statistics for Engineering 3
MTH 1203 Calculus I 3
PHY 1203 Physics II 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
AVT 1003 Aviation Mathematics and Physics 3
CHM 1103 Engineering Chemistry 3
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 2
SEMESTER 1
AES 1013 Arabic Communications I 3
AVT 2103 DC Electrical Fundamentals 3
AVT 2203 Workshop Practices and Safety 3
AVT 2213 Aircraft Materials 3
AVT 2303 Aircraft Fundamentals and Basic Aerodynamics 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
AVT 2113 AC Electrical Fundamentals and Electrical Machines 3
AVT 2223 Aircraft Hardware 3
AVT 2233 Maintenance Procedures and Abnormal Events 3
AVT 2243 Electrical Wiring Standards and Practices 3
AVT 2902 Sophomore Design Project 2
Credit Hours 14
SUMMER
AES 1003 Emirati Studies 3
AVT 2806 Work Placement I for Aviation * 6
MTH 2103 Calculus II 3
Credit Hours 12
YEAR 3
SEMESTER 1
AVT 3103 Electronic Fundamentals 3
AVT 3203 Maintenance Practices Workshop 3
AVT 3403 Human Factors 3
AVT 3703 Gas Turbine Engine I 3
AVT 3712 Gas Turbine Engine I Workshop 2
Credit Hours 14
SEMESTER 2
AVT 3113 Digital Techniques Electronic Instrument Systems 3
AVT 3413 Aviation Legislation 3
AVT 3723 Gas Turbine Engine II 3
AVT 3733 Propeller 3
BUS 2403 Innovation and Entrepreneurship 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
ICT 2013 Computational Thinking and Coding 3
MTH 2503 Introduction to Differential Equations 3
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 4
SEMESTER 1
AVT 4503 Aircraft Flight Control and Structures 3
AVT 4513 Aircraft Conditioning and Oxygen 3
AVT 4523 Aircraft Electrical Power 3
AVT 4532 Aircraft Systems Workshop 2
AVT 4543 Aircraft Avionics Systems for Mechanical 3
AVT 4902 Capstone Design Project I 2
Credit Hours 16
SEMESTER 2
AES 3003 Professional Arabic 3
AVT 4553 Aircraft Fuel and Passenger Systems 3
AVT 4563 Aircraft Protection Systems 3
AVT 4573 Aircraft Hydraulic and Landing Gear 3
AVT 4583 Aircraft Instrument and Lighting 3
AVT 4911 Capstone Design Project II 1
Credit Hours 16
SUMMER
AVT 3806 Work Placement II for Aviation 6
Credit Hours 6
Total Credit Hours 150



YEAR 1
SEMESTER 1 CREDIT HOURS
EGN 1133 Design Thinking in Technology 3
LSC 1103 Professional Communication and Reporting 3
LSS 1003 Life and Future Skills 3
MTH 1103 Pre Calculus 3
PHY 1103 Physics I 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
LSC 2103 Academic Reading and Writing II 3
LSS 1123 Basic Research Methods 3
MTH 1113 Statistics for Engineering 3
MTH 1203 Calculus I 3
PHY 1203 Physics II 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
AVT 1003 Aviation Mathematics and Physics 3
CHM 1103 Engineering Chemistry 3
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 2
SEMESTER 1
AES 1013 Arabic Communications I 3
AVT 2103 DC Electrical Fundamentals 3
AVT 2203 Workshop Practices and Safety 3
AVT 2213 Aircraft Materials 3
AVT 2303 Aircraft Fundamentals and Basic Aerodynamics 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
AVT 2113 AC Electrical Fundamentals and Electrical Machines 3
AVT 2223 Aircraft Hardware 3
AVT 2233 Maintenance Procedures and Abnormal Events 3
AVT 2243 Electrical Wiring Standards and Practices 3
AVT 2902 Sophomore Design Project 2
Credit Hours 14
SUMMER
AES 1003 Emirati Studies 3
AVT 2806 Work Placement I for Aviation * 6
MTH 2103 Calculus II 3
Credit Hours 12
Total Credit Hours 77



YEAR 1
SEMESTER 1 CREDIT HOURS
EGN 1133 Design Thinking in Technology 3
LSC 1103 Professional Communication and Reporting 3
LSS 1003 Life and Future Skills 3
MTH 1103 Pre Calculus 3
PHY 1103 Physics I 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
LSC 2103 Academic Reading and Writing II 3
LSS 1123 Basic Research Methods 3
MTH 1113 Statistics for Engineering 3
MTH 1203 Calculus I 3
PHY 1203 Physics II 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
AVT 1003 Aviation Mathematics and Physics 3
CHM 1103 Engineering Chemistry 3
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 2
SEMESTER 1
AES 1013 Arabic Communications I 3
AVT 2103 DC Electrical Fundamentals 3
AVT 2253 Workshop Practices and Safety for Avionics 3
AVT 2263 Aircraft Materials for Avionics 3
AVT 2303 Aircraft Fundamentals and Basic Aerodynamics 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
AVT 2113 AC Electrical Fundamentals and Electrical Machines 3
AVT 2273 Aircraft Hardware for Avionics 3
AVT 2283 Maintenance Procedures and Abnormal Events for Avionics 3
AVT 2293 Electrical Wiring Standards and Practices for Avionics 3
AVT 2902 Sophomore Design Project 2
Credit Hours 14
SUMMER
AES 1003 Emirati Studies 3
AVT 2806 Work Placement I for Aviation * 6
MTH 2103 Calculus II 3
Credit Hours 12
YEAR 3
SEMESTER 1
AVT 3102 Semiconductor Fundamentals 2
AVT 3123 Integrated Circuits and Servomechanisms 3
AVT 3133 Digital Techniques 3
AVT 3143 Electronic Instrument Systems 3
AVT 3403 Human Factors 3
Credit Hours 14
SEMESTER 2
AVT 3413 Aviation Legislation 3
AVT 3503 Aircraft Flight Control and Structures for Avionics 3
AVT 3513 Aircraft Instrument and Lighting for Avionics 3
AVT 3603 Propulsion 3
BUS 2403 Innovation and Entrepreneurship 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
ICT 2013 Computational Thinking and Coding 3
MTH 2503 Introduction to Differential Equations 3
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 4
SEMESTER 1
AVT 4602 Aircraft Conditioning and Oxygen for Avionics 2
AVT 4613 Aircraft Radio and Navigation Systems 3
AVT 4623 Aircraft Electrical Power for Avionics 3
AVT 4633 Avionics Systems 3
AVT 4643 Aircraft Fuel and Passenger Systems for Avionics 3
AVT 4902 Capstone Design Project I 2
Credit Hours 16
SEMESTER 2
AES 3003 Professional Arabic 3
AVT 4653 Aircraft Radar Systems 3
AVT 4663 Aircraft Protection Systems for Avionics 3
AVT 4673 Aircraft Hydraulic and Landing Gear for Avionics 3
AVT 4683 Aircraft Autoflight Systems 3
AVT 4911 Capstone Design Project II 1
Credit Hours 16
SUMMER
AVT 3806 Work Placement II for Aviation 6
Credit Hours 6
Total Credit Hours 150



YEAR 1
SEMESTER 1 CREDIT HOURS
EGN 1133 Design Thinking in Technology 3
LSC 1103 Professional Communication and Reporting 3
LSS 1003 Life and Future Skills 3
MTH 1103 Pre Calculus 3
PHY 1103 Physics I 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
LSC 2103 Academic Reading and Writing II 3
LSS 1123 Basic Research Methods 3
MTH 1113 Statistics for Engineering 3
MTH 1203 Calculus I 3
PHY 1203 Physics II 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
AVT 1003 Aviation Mathematics and Physics 3
CHM 1103 Engineering Chemistry 3
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 2
SEMESTER 1
AES 1013 Arabic Communications I 3
AVT 2103 DC Electrical Fundamentals 3
AVT 2253 Workshop Practices and Safety for Avionics 3
AVT 2263 Aircraft Materials for Avionics 3
AVT 2303 Aircraft Fundamentals and Basic Aerodynamics 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
AVT 2113 AC Electrical Fundamentals and Electrical Machines 3
AVT 2273 Aircraft Hardware for Avionics 3
AVT 2283 Maintenance Procedures and Abnormal Events for Avionics 3
AVT 2293 Electrical Wiring Standards and Practices for Avionics 3
AVT 2902 Sophomore Design Project 2
Credit Hours 14
SUMMER
AES 1003 Emirati Studies 3
AVT 2806 Work Placement I for Aviation * 6
MTH 2103 Calculus II 3
Credit Hours 12
Total Credit Hours 77



YEAR 1
SEMESTER 1 CREDIT HOURS
EGN 1133 Design Thinking in Technology 3
LSC 1103 Professional Communication and Reporting 3
LSS 1003 Life and Future Skills 3
MTH 1103 Pre Calculus 3
PHY 1103 Physics I 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
LSC 2103 Academic Reading and Writing II 3
LSS 1123 Basic Research Methods 3
MTH 1113 Statistics for Engineering 3
MTH 1203 Calculus I 3
PHY 1203 Physics II 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
AES 1013 Arabic Communications I 3
CHM 1103 Engineering Chemistry 3
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 2
SEMESTER 1
AES 1003 Emirati Studies 3
CHE 2113 Applied Chemistry 3
CHE 2123 Analytical Chemistry 3
CHE 2202 Chemical Engineering Principles I 2
CHE 2253 Materials and Corrosion 3
ELE 2153 Electrical Eng Fundamentals 3
Credit Hours 17
SEMESTER 2
CHE 2133 Organic Chemistry 3
CHE 2213 Chemical Engineering Principles II 3
CHE 2413 Oil and Gas Processing Technologies 3
CHE 2422 Petroleum Chemistry Testing 2
CHE 2903 Sophomore Design Project 3
ICT 2013 Computational Thinking and Coding 3
Credit Hours 17
SUMMER
CHE 2453 Fluid Mechanics 3
EGN 2806 Work Placement I * 6
MTH 2103 Calculus II 3
Credit Hours 12
YEAR 3
SEMESTER 1
CHE 3313 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics 3
CHE 3403 Chemical Heat Transfer 3
EGN 2712 Applied Programing for Engineers 2
EGN 3012 Project Management 2
BUS 2403 Innovation and Entrepreneurship 3
MTH 2503 Introduction to Differential Equations 3
Credit Hours 16
SEMESTER 2
CHE 3323 Mass Transfer 3
CHE 3413 Unit Operation 1 3
CHE 3613 Chemical Reaction Engineering 3
EGN 3212 Economics for Engineering 2
MTH 3013 Calculus III 3
Credit Hours 14
SUMMER
EGN 3806 Work Placement II 6
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 4
SEMESTER 1
CHE 3513 Equipment and Plant Design 3
CHE 4613 Chemical Engineering Modelling and Simulation 3
CHE 4902 Capstone Design Project I 2
2 Elective Courses 6
Credit Hours 14
SEMESTER 2
AES 3003 Professional Arabic 3
CHE 4623 Chemical Process Control 3
CHE 4912 Capstone Design Project II 2
2 Elective Courses 6
Credit Hours 14
Total Credit Hours 146



YEAR 1
SEMESTER 1 CREDIT HOURS
EGN 1133 Design Thinking in Technology 3
LSC 1103 Professional Communication and Reporting 3
LSS 1003 Life and Future Skills 3
MTH 1103 Pre Calculus 3
PHY 1103 Physics I 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
LSC 2103 Academic Reading and Writing II 3
LSS 1123 Basic Research Methods 3
MTH 1113 Statistics for Engineering 3
MTH 1203 Calculus I 3
PHY 1203 Physics II 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
AES 1013 Arabic Communications I 3
CHM 1103 Engineering Chemistry 3
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 2
SEMESTER 1
AES 1003 Emirati Studies 3
CHE 2113 Applied Chemistry 3
CHE 2123 Analytical Chemistry 3
CHE 2202 Chemical Engineering Principles I 2
CHE 2253 Materials and Corrosion 3
ELE 2153 Electrical Eng Fundamentals 3
Credit Hours 17
SEMESTER 2
CHE 2133 Organic Chemistry 3
CHE 2213 Chemical Engineering Principles II 3
CHE 2413 Oil and Gas Processing Technologies 3
CHE 2422 Petroleum Chemistry Testing 2
CHE 2903 Sophomore Design Project 3
ICT 2013 Computational Thinking and Coding 3
Credit Hours 17
SUMMER
EGN 2806 Work Placement I * 6
EGN 3012 Project Management 2
MTE 2403 Thermofluid Systems 3
Credit Hours 11
Total Credit Hours 81



YEAR 1
SEMESTER 1 CREDIT HOURS
EGN 1133 Design Thinking in Technology 3
LSC 1103 Professional Communication and Reporting 3
LSS 1003 Life and Future Skills 3
MTH 1103 Pre Calculus 3
PHY 1103 Physics I 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
LSC 2103 Academic Reading and Writing II 3
LSS 1123 Basic Research Methods 3
MTH 1113 Statistics for Engineering 3
MTH 1203 Calculus I 3
PHY 1203 Physics II 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
AES 1013 Arabic Communications I 3
CHM 1103 Engineering Chemistry 3
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 2
SEMESTER 1
AES 1003 Emirati Studies 3
CVE 2001 Applied Drafting and CAD: Civil 1
CVE 2203 Engineering Mechanics 3
CVE 2403 Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics 3
CVE 2603 Construction Materials 3
MTH 2103 Calculus II 3
Credit Hours 16
SEMESTER 2
CVE 2103 Site Surveying 3
CVE 2213 Strength of Materials 3
CVE 2303 Soil Mechanics 3
CVE 2903 Sophomore Design Project 3
ICT 2013 Computational Thinking and Coding 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
CVE 2013 CAD tools in Civil Engineering 3
CVE 2113 Quantity Surveying and Estimating 3
EGN 2806 Work Placement I * 6
Credit Hours 12
YEAR 3
SEMESTER 1
CVE 2613 Civil Engineering Construction 3
CVE 3203 Structural Analysis 3
CVE 3403 Water Resources and Supply 3
CVE 3503 Foundation Engineering 3
MTH 2503 Introduction to Differential Equations 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
CVE 3303 Highway Engineering 3
CVE 3513 Concrete Design I 3
EGN 2712 Applied Programing for Engineers 2
EGN 3012 Project Management 2
BUS 2403 Innovation and Entrepreneurship 3
MTH 3013 Calculus III 3
Credit Hours 16
SUMMER
EGN 3806 Work Placement II 6
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 4
SEMESTER 1
AES 3003 Professional Arabic 3
CVE 4902 Capstone Design Project I 2
EGN 3212 Economics for Engineering 2
3 Elective Courses 9
Credit Hours 16
SEMESTER 2
CVE 4413 Environmental Engineering 3
CVE 4503 Steel Design 3
CVE 4912 Capstone Design Project II 2
2 Elective Courses 6
Credit Hours 14
Total Credit Hours 146



YEAR 1
SEMESTER 1 CREDIT HOURS
EGN 1133 Design Thinking in Technology 3
LSC 1103 Professional Communication and Reporting 3
LSS 1003 Life and Future Skills 3
MTH 1103 Pre Calculus 3
PHY 1103 Physics I 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
LSC 2103 Academic Reading and Writing II 3
LSS 1123 Basic Research Methods 3
MTH 1113 Statistics for Engineering 3
MTH 1203 Calculus I 3
PHY 1203 Physics II 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
AES 1013 Arabic Communications I 3
CHM 1103 Engineering Chemistry 3
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 2
SEMESTER 1
AES 1003 Emirati Studies 3
CVE 2001 Applied Drafting and CAD: Civil 1
CVE 2203 Engineering Mechanics 3
CVE 2403 Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics 3
CVE 2603 Construction Materials 3
MTH 2103 Calculus II 3
Credit Hours 16
SEMESTER 2
CVE 2103 Site Surveying 3
CVE 2213 Strength of Materials 3
CVE 2303 Soil Mechanics 3
CVE 2903 Sophomore Design Project 3
ICT 2013 Computational Thinking and Coding 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
CVE 2013 CAD tools in Civil Engineering 3
CVE 2113 Quantity Surveying and Estimating 3
EGN 2806 Work Placement I * 6
Credit Hours 12
Total Credit Hours 79



YEAR 1
SEMESTER 1 CREDIT HOURS
EGN 1133 Design Thinking in Technology 3
LSC 1103 Professional Communication and Reporting 3
LSS 1003 Life and Future Skills 3
MTH 1103 Pre Calculus 3
PHY 1103 Physics I 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
LSC 2103 Academic Reading and Writing II 3
LSS 1123 Basic Research Methods 3
MTH 1113 Statistics for Engineering 3
MTH 1203 Calculus I 3
PHY 1203 Physics II 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
AES 1013 Arabic Communications I 3
CHM 1103 Engineering Chemistry 3
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 2
SEMESTER 1
AES 1003 Emirati Studies 3
ELE 2114 Electrical Circuits 4
ELE 2181 Circuit Lab 1
ELE 2213 Digital Circuits 3
ICT 2013 Computational Thinking and Coding 3
MTH 2103 Calculus II 3
Credit Hours 17
SEMESTER 2
ELE 2303 Power Generation and Transmission 3
ELE 2314 Principles of Machines and Power 4
ELE 2403 Electronics I 3
ELE 2603 Instrumentation and Control 3
ELE 2903 Sophomore Design Project 3
Credit Hours 16
SUMMER
EGN 2806 Work Placement I * 6
ELE 2613 Industrial Automation 3
MTH 2503 Introduction to Differential Equations 3
Credit Hours 12
YEAR 3
SEMESTER 1
EGN 2712 Applied Programing for Engineers 2
ELE 3213 Engineering Electromagnetics 3
ELE 3413 Electronics II 3
ELE 3613 Signals and Systems 3
MTH 3013 Calculus III 3
Credit Hours 14
SEMESTER 2
EGN 3012 Project Management 2
ELE 2573 Electric Circuit Design and PCB Manufacturing 3
ELE 3203 Communication Systems 3
ELE 3323 Electrical Machines 3
ELE 3614 Microcontroller Systems 4
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
EGN 3806 Work Placement II 6
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 4
SEMESTER 1
EGN 3212 Economics for Engineering 2
ELE 4623 Control Systems 3
ELE 4902 Capstone Design Project I 2
BUS 2403 Innovation and Entrepreneurship 3
2 Elective Courses 6
Credit Hours 16
SEMESTER 2
AES 3003 Professional Arabic 3
ELE 4912 Capstone Design Project II 2
3 Elective Courses 9
Credit Hours 14
Total Credit Hours 146



YEAR 1
SEMESTER 1 CREDIT HOURS
EGN 1133 Design Thinking in Technology 3
LSC 1103 Professional Communication and Reporting 3
LSS 1003 Life and Future Skills 3
MTH 1103 Pre Calculus 3
PHY 1103 Physics I 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
LSC 2103 Academic Reading and Writing II 3
LSS 1123 Basic Research Methods 3
MTH 1113 Statistics for Engineering 3
MTH 1203 Calculus I 3
PHY 1203 Physics II 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
AES 1013 Arabic Communications I 3
CHM 1103 Engineering Chemistry 3
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 2
SEMESTER 1
AES 1003 Emirati Studies 3
ELE 2114 Electrical Circuits 4
ELE 2181 Circuit Lab 1
ELE 2213 Digital Circuits 3
ICT 2013 Computational Thinking and Coding 3
MTH 2103 Calculus II 3
Credit Hours 17
SEMESTER 2
ELE 2303 Power Generation and Transmission 3
ELE 2314 Principles of Machines and Power 4
ELE 2403 Electronics I 3
ELE 2603 Instrumentation and Control 3
ELE 2903 Sophomore Design Project 3
Credit Hours 16
SUMMER
EGN 2806 Work Placement I * 6
ELE 2573 Electric Circuit Design and PCB Manufacturing 3
ELE 2613 Industrial Automation 3
Credit Hours 12
Total Credit Hours 81



YEAR 1
SEMESTER 1 CREDIT HOURS
EGN 1133 Design Thinking in Technology 3
LSC 1103 Professional Communication and Reporting 3
LSS 1003 Life and Future Skills 3
MTH 1103 Pre Calculus 3
PHY 1103 Physics I 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
LSC 2103 Academic Reading and Writing II 3
LSS 1123 Basic Research Methods 3
MTH 1113 Statistics for Engineering 3
MTH 1203 Calculus I 3
PHY 1203 Physics II 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
AES 1013 Arabic Communications I 3
CHM 1103 Engineering Chemistry 3
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 2
SEMESTER 1
AES 1003 Emirati Studies 3
EGN 2101 Computer Aided Drafting 1
EGN 2233 Engineering Mechanic Fundamentals 3
IET 2003 Introduction to Industrial Engineering 3
IET 2413 Manufacturing Technologies and Materials 3
MTH 2103 Calculus II 3
Credit Hours 16
SEMESTER 2
ICT 2013 Computational Thinking and Coding 3
IET 2103 Technology Innovation and Integration 3
IET 2233 Introduction to Maintenance Management 3
IET 2421 Engineering Measurements Lab 1
IET 2902 Sophomore Design Project 2
LGE 2003 Logistics Principles and Supply Chain Management 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
EGN 2806 Work Placement I * 6
IET 2213 Work Measurement and Ergonomics 3
IET 2223 Quality Control 3
Credit Hours 12
YEAR 3
SEMESTER 1
EGN 2712 Applied Programing for Engineers 2
EGN 3012 Project Management 2
EGN 3212 Economics for Engineering 2
IET 3203 Operations Management 3
IET 3233 Facilities Planning and Material Handling 3
MTH 2503 Introduction to Differential Equations 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
IET 3213 Lean Thinking and Six Sigma 3
IET 3303 Operations Research 3
IET 3313 Applied Engineering Statistics 3
IET 3613 Financial Analysis and Cost Accounting 3
BUS 2403 Innovation and Entrepreneurship 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
EGN 3806 Work Placement II 6
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 4
SEMESTER 1
AES 3003 Professional Arabic 3
IET 4303 Queuing Theory and Process Simulation 3
IET 4902 Capstone Design Project I 2
3 x Elective Courses 9
Credit Hours 17
SEMESTER 2
EGN 3333 Health Safety and Environment 3
IET 4103 Enterprise Information Management 3
IET 4912 Capstone Design Project II 2
2 x Elective Courses 6
Credit Hours 14
Total Credit Hours 146



YEAR 1
SEMESTER 1 CREDIT HOURS
EGN 1133 Design Thinking in Technology 3
LSC 1103 Professional Communication and Reporting 3
LSS 1003 Life and Future Skills 3
MTH 1103 Pre Calculus 3
PHY 1103 Physics I 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
LSC 2103 Academic Reading and Writing II 3
LSS 1123 Basic Research Methods 3
MTH 1113 Statistics for Engineering 3
MTH 1203 Calculus I 3
PHY 1203 Physics II 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
AES 1013 Arabic Communications I 3
CHM 1103 Engineering Chemistry 3
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 2
SEMESTER 1
AES 1003 Emirati Studies 3
EGN 2101 Computer Aided Drafting 1
EGN 2233 Engineering Mechanic Fundamentals 3
IET 2003 Introduction to Industrial Engineering 3
IET 2413 Manufacturing Technologies and Materials 3
MTH 2103 Calculus II 3
Credit Hours 16
SEMESTER 2
ICT 2013 Computational Thinking and Coding 3
IET 2103 Technology Innovation and Integration 3
IET 2233 Introduction to Maintenance Management 3
IET 2421 Engineering Measurements Lab 1
IET 2902 Sophomore Design Project 2
LGE 2003 Logistics Principles and Supply Chain Management 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
EGN 2806 Work Placement I * 6
IET 2213 Work Measurement and Ergonomics 3
IET 2223 Quality Control 3
Credit Hours 12
Total Credit Hours 79



YEAR 1
SEMESTER 1 CREDIT HOURS
EGN 1133 Design Thinking in Technology 3
LSC 1103 Professional Communication and Reporting 3
LSS 1003 Life and Future Skills 3
MTH 1103 Pre Calculus 3
PHY 1103 Physics I 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
LSC 2103 Academic Reading and Writing II 3
LSS 1123 Basic Research Methods 3
MTH 1113 Statistics for Engineering 3
MTH 1203 Calculus I 3
PHY 1203 Physics II 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
AES 1013 Arabic Communications I 3
CHM 1103 Engineering Chemistry 3
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 2
SEMESTER 1
AES 1003 Emirati Studies 3
EGN 2101 Computer Aided Drafting 1
EGN 2233 Engineering Mechanic Fundamentals 3
LGE 2003 Logistics Principles and Supply Chain Management 3
LGE 2203 Introduction to Enterprise Information Management 3
MTH 2103 Calculus II 3
Credit Hours 16
SEMESTER 2
EGN 3333 Health Safety and Environment 3
ICT 2013 Computational Thinking and Coding 3
IET 2103 Technology Innovation and Integration 3
LGE 2013 Transportation Modes 3
LGE 2313 Managing People and Organizations 3
LGE 2902 Sophomore Design Project 2
Credit Hours 17
SUMMER
EGN 2806 Work Placement I * 6
IET 3233 Facilities Planning and Material Handling 3
IET 4523 Warehouse and Inventory Management 3
Credit Hours 12
YEAR 3
SEMESTER 1
IET 3203 Operations Management 3
IET 3303 Operations Research 3
IET 4513 Purchasing and Contract Management 3
LGE 3203 ERP I Principles 3
MTH 2503 Introduction to Differential Equations 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
EGN 2712 Applied Programing for Engineers 2
EGN 3012 Project Management 2
LGE 3212 ERP II Applications 2
LGE 3413 Sales and Distribution in Logistics 3
LGE 3503 Accounting for Managers 3
BUS 2403 Innovation and Entrepreneurship 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
EGN 3806 Work Placement II 6
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 4
SEMESTER 1
AES 3003 Professional Arabic 3
EGN 3212 Economics for Engineering 2
LGE 4423 Intermodal Freight Transport 3
LGE 4902 Capstone Design Project I 2
2 Elective Courses 6
Credit Hours 16
SEMESTER 2
LGE 4303 Quality Control and Management 3
LGE 4543 Simulation of Logistics Systems 3
LGE 4911 Capstone Design Project II 1
2 Elective Courses 6
Credit Hours 13
Total Credit Hours 146



YEAR 1
SEMESTER 1 CREDIT HOURS
EGN 1133 Design Thinking in Technology 3
LSC 1103 Professional Communication and Reporting 3
LSS 1003 Life and Future Skills 3
MTH 1103 Pre Calculus 3
PHY 1103 Physics I 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
LSC 2103 Academic Reading and Writing II 3
LSS 1123 Basic Research Methods 3
MTH 1113 Statistics for Engineering 3
MTH 1203 Calculus I 3
PHY 1203 Physics II 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
AES 1013 Arabic Communications I 3
CHM 1103 Engineering Chemistry 3
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 2
SEMESTER 1
AES 1003 Emirati Studies 3
EGN 2101 Computer Aided Drafting 1
EGN 2233 Engineering Mechanic Fundamentals 3
LGE 2003 Logistics Principles and Supply Chain Management 3
LGE 2203 Introduction to Enterprise Information Management 3
MTH 2103 Calculus II 3
Credit Hours 16
SEMESTER 2
EGN 3333 Health Safety and Environment 3
ICT 2013 Computational Thinking and Coding 3
IET 2103 Technology Innovation and Integration 3
LGE 2013 Transportation Modes 3
LGE 2313 Managing People and Organizations 3
LGE 2902 Sophomore Design Project 2
Credit Hours 17
SUMMER
EGN 2806 Work Placement I * 6
IET 3233 Facilities Planning and Material Handling 3
IET 4523 Warehouse and Inventory Management 3
Credit Hours 12
Total Credit Hours 81



YEAR 1
SEMESTER 1 CREDIT HOURS
EGN 1133 Design Thinking in Technology 3
LSC 1103 Professional Communication and Reporting 3
LSS 1003 Life and Future Skills 3
MTH 1103 Pre Calculus 3
PHY 1103 Physics I 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
LSC 2103 Academic Reading and Writing II 3
LSS 1123 Basic Research Methods 3
MTH 1113 Statistics for Engineering 3
MTH 1203 Calculus I 3
PHY 1203 Physics II 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
AES 1013 Arabic Communications I 3
CHM 1103 Engineering Chemistry 3
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 2
SEMESTER 1
AES 1003 Emirati Studies 3
ELE 2153 Electrical Eng Fundamentals 3
MCE 2203 Applied Statics 3
MCE 2303 Material Selection and Testing 3
MCE 2311 Solid Modelling 1
MTH 2103 Calculus II 3
Credit Hours 16
SEMESTER 2
ICT 2013 Computational Thinking and Coding 3
MCE 2213 Mechanics of Materials 3
MCE 2323 Manufacturing Technology I 3
MCE 2332 Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing 2
MCE 2403 Thermodynamics 3
MCE 2903 Sophomore Design Project 3
Credit Hours 17
SUMMER
EGN 2806 Work Placement I * 6
MCE 2223 Applied Dynamics 3
MTH 2503 Introduction to Differential Equations 3
Credit Hours 12
YEAR 3
SEMESTER 1
EGN 2712 Applied Programing for Engineers 2
MCE 3303 Manufacturing Technology II 3
MCE 3403 Fluid Mechanics 3
MCE 3503 Mechanical Design 3
MTH 3013 Calculus III 3
Credit Hours 14
SEMESTER 2
EGN 3212 Economics for Engineering 2
BUS 2403 Innovation and Entrepreneurship 3
MCE 3203 Applied Mechanical Vibrations 3
MCE 3413 Applied Heat Transfer 3
MCE 3513 Machine Elements and Mechanisms 3
MCE 3601 Engineering Measurements Lab 1
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
EGN 3806 Work Placement II 6
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 4
SEMESTER 1
EGN 3012 Project Management 2
MCE 4603 Control Systems 3
MCE 4902 Capstone Design Project I 2
3 Elective Courses 9
Credit Hours 16
SEMESTER 2
AES 3003 Professional Arabic 3
MCE 4912 Capstone Design Project II 2
3 Elective Courses 9
Credit Hours 14
Total Credit Hours 146



YEAR 1
SEMESTER 1 CREDIT HOURS
EGN 1133 Design Thinking in Technology 3
LSC 1103 Professional Communication and Reporting 3
LSS 1003 Life and Future Skills 3
MTH 1103 Pre Calculus 3
PHY 1103 Physics I 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
LSC 2103 Academic Reading and Writing II 3
LSS 1123 Basic Research Methods 3
MTH 1113 Statistics for Engineering 3
MTH 1203 Calculus I 3
PHY 1203 Physics II 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
AES 1013 Arabic Communications I 3
CHM 1103 Engineering Chemistry 3
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 2
SEMESTER 1
AES 1003 Emirati Studies 3
ELE 2153 Electrical Eng Fundamentals 3
MCE 2203 Applied Statics 3
MCE 2303 Material Selection and Testing 3
MCE 2311 Solid Modelling 1
MTH 2103 Calculus II 3
Credit Hours 16
SEMESTER 2
ICT 2013 Computational Thinking and Coding 3
MCE 2213 Mechanics of Materials 3
MCE 2323 Manufacturing Technology I 3
MCE 2332 Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing 2
MCE 2403 Thermodynamics 3
MCE 2903 Sophomore Design Project 3
Credit Hours 17
SUMMER
EGN 2806 Work Placement I * 6
MCE 3343 Industrial Plant Maintenance 3
MCE 3613 Fluid Power 3
Credit Hours 12
Total Credit Hours 81



YEAR 1
SEMESTER 1 CREDIT HOURS
EGN 1133 Design Thinking in Technology 3
LSC 1103 Professional Communication and Reporting 3
LSS 1003 Life and Future Skills 3
MTH 1103 Pre Calculus 3
PHY 1103 Physics I 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
LSC 2103 Academic Reading and Writing II 3
LSS 1123 Basic Research Methods 3
MTH 1113 Statistics for Engineering 3
MTH 1203 Calculus I 3
PHY 1203 Physics II 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
AES 1013 Arabic Communications I 3
CHM 1103 Engineering Chemistry 3
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 2
SEMESTER 1
AES 1003 Emirati Studies 3
ELE 2153 Electrical Eng Fundamentals 3
MCE 2203 Applied Statics 3
MCE 2303 Material Selection and Testing 3
MCE 2311 Solid Modelling 1
MTH 2103 Calculus II 3
Credit Hours 16
SEMESTER 2
ICT 2013 Computational Thinking and Coding 3
MCE 2213 Mechanics of Materials 3
MCE 2323 Manufacturing Technology I 3
MTE 2403 Thermofluid Systems 3
MTE 2602 Mechatronics Measurements and Troubleshooting 2
MTE 2903 Sophomore Design Project 3
Credit Hours 17
SUMMER
EGN 2806 Work Placement I 6
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 3
SEMESTER 1
EGN 2712 Applied Programing for Engineers 2



YEAR 1
SEMESTER 1 CREDIT HOURS
EGN 1133 Design Thinking in Technology 3
LSC 1103 Professional Communication and Reporting 3
LSS 1003 Life and Future Skills 3
MTH 1103 Pre Calculus 3
PHY 1103 Physics I 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
LSC 2103 Academic Reading and Writing II 3
LSS 1123 Basic Research Methods 3
MTH 1113 Statistics for Engineering 3
MTH 1203 Calculus I 3
PHY 1203 Physics II 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
AES 1013 Arabic Communications I 3
CHM 1103 Engineering Chemistry 3
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 2
SEMESTER 1
AES 1003 Emirati Studies 3
ELE 2153 Electrical Eng Fundamentals 3
MCE 2203 Applied Statics 3
MCE 2303 Material Selection and Testing 3
MCE 2311 Solid Modelling 1
MTH 2103 Calculus II 3
Credit Hours 16
SEMESTER 2
ICT 2013 Computational Thinking and Coding 3
MCE 2323 Manufacturing Technology I 3
MTE 2403 Thermofluid Systems 3
MTE 2602 Mechatronics Measurements and Troubleshooting 2
MTE 2903 Sophomore Design Project 3
MTE 3603 Electronics Systems and Circuits 3
Credit Hours 17
SUMMER
EGN 2806 Work Placement I * 6
MCE 3343 Industrial Plant Maintenance 3
MCE 3613 Fluid Power 3
Credit Hours 12
Total Credit Hours 81



YEAR 1
SEMESTER 1 CREDIT HOURS
EGN 1133 Design Thinking in Technology 3
LSM 1103 Technical Mathematics 3
LSS 1003 Life and Future Skills 3
MET 1113 Fabrication and Repair I 3
MET 1122 Introduction to Marine Engineering 2
MET 1132 Marine Chemistry 2
MTR 1003 Maritime English Communication 3
PHY 1103 Physics I 3
Credit Hours 22
SEMESTER 2
MET 1210 Marine Engineering Seatime I * 10
Credit Hours 10
YEAR 2
SEMESTER 1
AES 1013 Arabic Communications I 3
LSC 1103 Professional Communication and Reporting 3
MET 2303 Mathematics for Marine Engineering 3
MET 2313 Marine Engineering Knowledge 3
MTR 2003 Marine Physical Science 3
MTR 2012 Shipboard Operational Leadership 2
MTR 2102 Ship Regulation and Survey 2
MTR 2103 Ship Operational Safety 3
Credit Hours 22
SEMESTER 2
LSC 2103 Academic Reading and Writing II 3
MCE 2403 Thermodynamics 3
MET 2403 Fluid Mechanics for Marine Engineering 3
MET 2413 Applied Marine Mechanics I 3
MET 2423 Ship Stability 3
MET 2433 Fabrication and Repair II 3
MET 2442 Marine Material Technology I 2
Credit Hours 20
YEAR 3
SEMESTER 1
MET 3510 Marine Engineering Seatime II 10
Credit Hours 10
SEMESTER 2
AES 1003 Emirati Studies 3
ICT 2013 Computational Thinking and Coding 3
MET 3603 Applied Marine Mechanics II 3
MET 3613 Ship Construction 3
MET 3623 Marine Engineering Control I 3
MET 3633 Marine Electrical Systems I 3
MET 3643 Diesel Engine Maintenance 3
Credit Hours 21
YEAR 4
SEMESTER 1
MET 4710 Marine Engineering Seatime III ** 10
Credit Hours 10
SEMESTER 2
LSS 1123 Basic Research Methods 3
MET 4804 Engineering Knowledge – Diesel 4
MET 4814 Engineering Knowledge – Steam 4
MET 4823 Marine Airconditioning and Refrigeration 3
MET 4833 Marine Engineering Control II 3
MET 4843 Marine Electrical Systems II 3
Credit Hours 20
YEAR 5
SEMESTER 1
BUS 2403 Innovation and Entrepreneurship 3
MET 5903 Marine Material Technology II 3
MET 5914 Ship Design and Technology 4
MET 5924 Advanced Marine Engineering Knowledge 4
MET 5934 Marine Engineering Project 4
Credit Hours 18
SEMESTER 2
AES 3003 Professional Arabic 3
MET 5005 Leadership for Chief Engineers 5
MET 5014 Marine Machinery Operations 4
MET 5024 Advanced Ship Regulation and Survey 4
Credit Hours 16
Total Credit Hours 169



YEAR 1
SEMESTER 1
LSM 1103 Technical Mathematics 3
LSS 1003 Life and Future Skills 3
MTR 1003 Maritime English Communication 3
MTR 1013 Fundamentals of Marine Navigation 3
MTR 1023 Maritime Industry Overview 3
MTR 1033 Nautical Knowledge 3
Credit Hours 18
SEMESTER 2
LSC 1103 Professional Communication and Reporting 3
LSS 1123 Basic Research Methods 3
MTR 2102 Ship Regulation and Survey 2
MTR 2103 Ship Operational Safety 3
MTR 2203 Near-Coastal Navigation 3
PHY 1103 Physics I 3
Credit Hours 17
SUMMER
MTR 1206 Shipboard Support-Level Experience * 6
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 2
SEMESTER 1
MTR 2012 Shipboard Operational Leadership 2
MTR 2303 Ship Characteristics and Maintenance 3
MTR 2314 Marine Navigational Watchkeeping 4
MTR 2324 Marine Electronic Navigation 4
MTR 2332 Ship Manoeuvring and Control 2
PHY 1203 Physics II 3
Credit Hours 18
SEMESTER 2
LSC 2103 Academic Reading and Writing II 3
MTR 3013 Marine Weather Watchkeeping 3
MTR 3023 Marine Transport Operations 3
MTR 3033 Electronic Chart Display and Information System (ECDIS) 3
MTR 3103 Ship Stability and Stress 3
MTR 3113 Ocean Navigation 3
Credit Hours 18
SUMMER
ICT 2013 Computational Thinking and Coding 3
BUS 2403 Innovation and Entrepreneurship 3
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 3
SEMESTER 1
MTR 3012 Shipboard Operational-Level Experience 12
Credit Hours 12
SEMESTER 2
MTR 4012 Shipboard Management-Level Experience ** 12
Credit Hours 12
SUMMER
AES 1003 Emirati Studies 3
AES 1013 Arabic Communications I 3
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 4
SEMESTER 1
MTR 4024 Leadership in Shipboard Management 4
MTR 4114 Marine Environmental Dynamics 4
MTR 4124 Advanced Techniques in Marine Navigation 4
MTR 4133 Ship Design and Seaworthiness 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
MTR 5003 Ship Operations Project 3
MTR 5004 Shipboard Commercial Operations 4
MTR 5014 Maritime Law and Ship Protection 4
MTR 5023 Ship Administration 3
MTR 5024 Marine Transport Management 4
Credit Hours 18
SUMMER
AES 3003 Professional Arabic 3
Credit Hours 3
YEAR 5
SEMESTER 1 CREDIT HOURS
MTR 5105 Ship Stability and Dynamics 5
MTR 5124 Shipboard Command Operations 4
MTR 5125 Marine Navigation Management 5
Credit Hours 14
Total Credit Hours 163



YEAR 1
SEMESTER 1 CREDIT HOURS
EGN 1133 Design Thinking in Technology 3
LSC 1103 Professional Communication and Reporting 3
LSS 1003 Life and Future Skills 3
MTH 1103 Pre Calculus 3
PHY 1103 Physics I 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
LSC 2103 Academic Reading and Writing II 3
LSS 1123 Basic Research Methods 3
MTH 1113 Statistics for Engineering 3
MTH 1203 Calculus I 3
PHY 1203 Physics II 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
AES 1013 Arabic Communications I 3
CHM 1103 Engineering Chemistry 3
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 2
SEMESTER 1
AES 1003 Emirati Studies 3
ELE 2153 Electrical Eng Fundamentals 3
MCE 2203 Applied Statics 3
MCE 2303 Material Selection and Testing 3
MCE 2311 Solid Modelling 1
MTH 2103 Calculus II 3
Credit Hours 16
SEMESTER 2
MCE 2213 Mechanics of Materials 3
MCE 2223 Applied Dynamics 3
MCE 2323 Manufacturing Technology I 3
MCE 2403 Thermodynamics 3
MCE 3403 Fluid Mechanics 3
MTH 2503 Introduction to Differential Equations 3
Credit Hours 18
SUMMER
MCE 3343 Industrial Plant Maintenance 3
Credit Hours 3
YEAR 3
SEMESTER 1
AES 3003 Professional Arabic 3
EGN 3012 Project Management 2
EGN 3212 Economics for Engineering 2
Mar-03 Naval Architecture 3
Mar-03 Marine Machinery Systems 3
MTH 3013 Calculus III 3
Credit Hours 16
SEMESTER 2
ICT 2013 Computational Thinking and Coding 3
BUS 2403 Innovation and Entrepreneurship 3
Mar-02 Ship Production 2
Mar-03 Resistance and Propulsion 3
Mar-02 Ship Structures I 2
Mar-03 Design of Ships and Maritime Structures 3
Credit Hours 16
SUMMER
EGN 3806 Work Placement II 6
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 4
SEMESTER 1
Mar-05 Maritime Design Project I 5
Mar-33 Seakeeping and Manoeuvring 3
2 Elective Course 6
Credit Hours 14
SEMESTER 2
Mar-65 Maritime Design Project II 5
Mar-83 Maritime Transportation 3
2 Elective course 6
Credit Hours 14
Total Credit Hours 139

العميد التنفيذي: د. محمد أمين الجراح


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  • Abdallah Ramini,PhD Mechanical Engineering, Binghamton University, USA
  • Abdel Ilah Alshbatat, PhD Electrical and Computer Engineering, Western Michigan University, USA
  • Abdelkader Tami,PhD Electrical Engineering, Nottingham University, UK
  • Abdelrahim Minalla, Masters Chemical Engineering, San Jose State University, USA
  • Abdelsalam Efhaima, PhD Chemical Engineering, Missouri Univ of Science &Tech, USA
  • Abdrabbi Bourezg, Phd Electrical Engineering, University of M’Hammed Bougara-Boumerdes , Algeria
  • Abdul Mannan Bhatti,Masters Industrial Engineering, University of New South Wales, Australia
  • Abdul Rauf, PhD Chemical Metallurgy, Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium
  • Abdul Syed,Master of Applied Science (Research) Mechanical Engineering, McMaster University, Canada
  • Abdulrohman Qatawneh, PhD Electrical Engineering, Technical University of Madrid, Spain
  • Abdulwehab Ibrahim, PhD Mechanical Engineering, Universiti Teknologi Petronas, Malaysia
  • Abed Mennad, Masters Mechanical Engineering, Cape Technikon, South Africa
  • Abraham Mansouri, PhD Mechanical Engineering (Thermofluids), University of Alberta, Canada
  • Adel Al Wazeer, PhD Civil Engineering, University of Maryland, USA
  • Ahmed Khodary, PhD Electrical Engineering Technology, New Mexico State University, USA
  • Ahmed Mosbah,PhD Mechanical Engineering, University of Wollongong, Australia
  • Amanuel Melake, PhD CFD in Turboengine Aerodynamics, RWTH Aachen University of Technology, Germany
  • Amar Khoukhi, PhD Mechanical Engineering, University de Montreal, Canada
  • Amjad Alsakaneh, PhD Mechanical Engineering, Cork Institute of Technology, Ireland
  • Amjad Shaikh, PhD Chemical Engineering, University of Sheffield, UK
  • Ammar Nimer Asad Natsheh, PhD Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Loughborough University, UK
  • Amol Gore, PhD Industrial Engineering, University of Oulu, Finland
  • Anf Ziadat,PhD Civil Engineering, South Dakota School Mines and Technology, USA
  • Anil Midathada, PhD Mechanical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT)- India
  • Ari Legowo, PhD Control & System Engineering, Osaka Prefecture University, Japan
  • Arif Al-Judi,PhD Elec. and Computer Engineering, University of Calgary, Canada
  • Asad Hindash, Masters Electrical Engineering, New Mexico State University, USA
  • Asfaw Gezae Daful, PhD Chemical Engineering, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Spain
  • Ashraf Shalalfeh, Masters Mechanical Engineering, University of Jordan, Jordan
  • Asif Nawaz,PhD Engineering, Electromagnetic Field and Microwave Technology, Beijing University of Post and Telecommunication, China
  • Ayman Ramadan, Masters Mechanical Engineering, Al Mustansiriya University
  • Aziz Almahadin, PhD Aeronautical Engineering, University of Hertfordshire, UK
  • Aziz El Idrisi,Masters Electrical Engineering, Oklahoma State University, USA
  • Azzedine Ferrah, PhD Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University of Nottingham, UK
  • Badi Ali Ali, Masters Geodetic Science, The Ohio State University, USA
  • Bashar Alrjoub, PhD Digital Image Processing and Computer Vision, Liverpool John Moores University, UK
  • Basim Al Lami, PhD Microprocessor Technology, University of Liverpool, UK
  • Belal Sababha,PhD Electrical and Computer Engineering – Embedded Systems, Oakland University, USA
  • Chandramohan Somayaji,PhD Mechanical Engineering, Mississippi State University, USA
  • Chanyalew Taye Belachew,PhD Mechanical Engineering, Universiti Teknologi Petronas, Malaysia
  • Ehsan Jarrar,Masters Information Technology, Heriot Watt University, UK
  • El Awad Osman, Masters Chemical Engineering, University of Bradford, UK
  • Eleni – Eleftheria Kamperi, Bachelor Aircraft Technology, Technological Education Institute, Chalkida, Greece
  • Elgaali Elgaali, PhD Civil Engineering, University of Colorado, USA
  • Emad Abd-Elrady, PhD Electrical Engineering (Signal Processing), Uppsala University, Sweden
  • Eric Abalayan, Bachelor Aeronautical Engineering, Mats College of Technology, Philippines
  • Esam Al Qaralleh,PHD Electronics Engineering, National Chiao Tung Univ, Taiwan
  • Evangelos Papageorgiou, PhD Aeronautical Engineering, University of Southampton, UK
  • Farhan saeed,PHD Maritime Education & Training (Nautical), Liverpool John Moores University, UK
  • Farid Flitti, PhD Computer Vision and Image Processing, Strasbourgh 1 University, France
  • Feras Darwish, PhD Mechanical Engineering, North Carolina A&T State University,USA
  • Fesmi Abdul Majeed, PhD Mechatronics Engineering, Loughborough University, UK
  • Fouad Koudsi, Masters Engineering, Concordia University, Canada
  • Fouad Mattar, Masters Control Systems and Information Technology, University of Manchester, UK
  • Frank Oval, Bachelor Technical Management, Embry, Riddle Aero University, USA
  • Gebriel Gannat,PhD Numerical Modelling Optical Dev, University of Glamorgan, UK
  • Govindaraju Kalimuthu, PhD Engineering Mechanics, University of Malaya, Malaysia
  • Haitham Tayyar, PhD Electrical Engineering, University of British Columbia, Canada
  • Haris M. Khalid, PhD Control Systems Engineering, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM) Saudi Arabia
  • Hasan Abu Hilal,PhD Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Eastern Mediterranean University, Cyprus
  • Hasan Fawad, PhD Mechanical Engineering, Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology, Pakistan
  • Hassan Abdulmouti,PhD Engineering, University of Fukuji, Japan
  • Hassan Jishi, PhD Aerospace Engineering, Khalifa University of Science, Technology and Research,UAE
  • Hesham Al Salem, PhD Mechanical Engineering, Wayne State University, USA
  • Hussein Abdul-Rahman,PhD Computer & Communications Engineering, Liverpool John Moores University, UK
  • Hussien Alwedyan,PhD Mechanical Engineering, Concordia University, Canada
  • Hussni Al Hajjar, PhD Mechanical Engineering (MBCM-MIS), University of Bradford, UK
  • Ibrahim Garbie, Ph.D Industrial Engineering, University of Houston, United States
  • Ibrahim Rida, PhD Engineering, Robert Gordon University, UK
  • Imad Abdel-Hafez, Masters Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Bilkent University, Turkey
  • Imad Chobaki, PhD Civil and Structural Engineering, University of Salford, UK
  • Imad Zyout, PhD Electrical and Computer Engineering, Western Michigan University, USA
  • Imdad Rizvi, PhD Electrical and Computer Engineering, Indian Instit. of Tech, India
  • Irfan Ahmed, PhD Engineering, Beijing University of Posts & Telecommunication, China
  • Ishaq Al Ahmad,PhD Electrical Engineering, University of Windsor, Canada
  • Islam Zaki, Masters Aviation Management, The University of Newcastle, Australia
  • Ismail Ladipo, PhD Engineering, Int’l Islamic Univ Malaysia, Malaysia
  • Ismaila Tijani, PhD Engineering (Mechatronics), International Islamic University Malaysia, Malaysia
  • Jamal Al-Sadi, PhD Mechanical Engineering, University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada
  • Jamil Altiti,Masters Electrical Engineering, Kansas State University, USA
  • Josefa Wivou,Masters Manufacturing, University of New South Wales, Australia
  • Juan Johnson, Master of Science Electrical Engineering, University of Virginia, USA
  • Kamal Abuqaaud,Masters Electrical Engineering, American University of Sharjah, UAE
  • Kamal Al-Malah, PhD Chemical Engineering, Oregon State University, USA
  • Kamel Adref, PhD Mechanical Engineering, University of Sheffield, UK
  • Katerina Mitkovska-Trendova, PhD Industrial Engineering and Management, Ss. Cyril and Methodius University, Republic of Macedonia
  • Khalid Zouhri, PhD Mechanical Engineering, Michigan Technological University, USA
  • Laith Al Juboori, PhD Production Engineering, Univ. of Technology, Baghdad, Iraq
  • Lalin De Silva, Masters Maritime Education and Training (Nautical), World Maritime University, Sweden
  • Lanka Udawatta, PhD Engineering Technology, Saga University, Japan
  • Lina Momani,PhD Mechatronics Engineering, University of Liverpool, UK
  • Maad Shatnawi, PhD Intelligent Systems, UAE University, UAE
  • Mahesh Nair, Masters Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University of Southern Queensland, Australia
  • Mahmoud Qasaymeh, PhD Electrical Engineering, Wichita State University, USA
  • Majid Akram, PhD Civil Engineering, West Virginia University, USA
  • Mansoor Janjua, PhD Mechanical Engineering, New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA
  • Marie Loridon, PhD Organic and Bio-organic Chemistry, University Pierre and Marie Curie, France
  • Mazhar Azeem, Masters Mechanical Engineering, Bradley University
  • Mazin Abuharaz, PhD Aerospace Engineering, Old Dominion University, USA
  • Meegalla Chandraratne, PhD Computer Vision & Bio Processing, Lincoln University, New Zealand
  • Mesfin Gizaw Zewge, PhD STEP Compliant Approach for Turn-Mill Operations, Universiti Teknologi Petronas, Malaysia
  • Michael Ledesma, Bachelor Aeronautical Engineering, Mats College of Technology, Philippines
  • Milan Krasulja, PhD Civil Engineering, University of Belgrade, Serbia
  • Moath Awawdeh, PhD Control Engineering, University of Genova, Italy
  • Mohamad Muflehi, Masters Electronics, Sheffield Hallam University, UK
  • Mohamad Sharis Abdul Karim,PhD Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, Loughborough University, UK
  • Mohamed Hanif, PhD Electrical Engineering, Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland
  • Mohammad Al Wedian,Masters Industrial Automation Engineering, Yarmouk University, Jordan
  • Mohammad Al-Qudah,Masters Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
  • Mohammad Almajali,PhD Engineering, University of Dayton, USA
  • Mohammad Kilani,PhD Mechanical Engineering, Florida State University, USA
  • Mohammad Molhim,PhD Mechanical Engineering, Concordia University, Canada
  • Mohammad Qutaishat, Masters Production and Operations Management, Hashemite University, Jordan
  • Mohammad-Amin Al Jarrah, PhD Aeronautics and Astronautics, Stanford University, USA
  • Mohammed Afazal Shah, PhD Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Cranfield University, UK
  • Mohammed Aloqlah,PhD Electrical Engineering, Case Western Reserve University, USA
  • Mohammed Alqedra, PhD Electrical Engineering, University of Manitoba, Canada
  • Mohammed Khalik,Masters Mechanical Engineering, University of Technology, Iraq
  • Mohanad Alata, Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering, Concordia University, United States
  • Mongi Mansouri, PhD Mechanical Engineering, Louisiana State University, USA
  • Monsif Shinneeb,PhD Mechanical Engineering, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
  • Muawia Ramadan, PhD Engineering, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
  • Muhammad Khalil Shahid, PhD Management Science and Engineering, Beijing University of Post and Telecommunication, China
  • Muhammad Waqas Anjum , PhD Bioscience Engineering (Membrane Technology), KU Leuven, Belgium
  • Nabil Afifi,Masters Telecommunication, Curtin University of Technology, Australia
  • Naim Mohamed Rahmani,PhD Electrical Engineering, Henri Poincaré Nancy I – University, France
  • Najeeb Khan, PhD Mechanical Engineering, Kakatiya University, India
  • Nasir Akhtar,Masters Gun Systems Design, Cranfield University, UK
  • Nasr -Eddine Bouhenna, Masters Systems Engineering, University of Southern Queensland, Australia
  • Nassir Eltinay, Masters Architectural Engineer, The University of Kansas, USA
  • Nazar Abdelkarim,PhD Fuel Spray Simulation, Automotive Engineering, Loughborough University, UK
  • Nguyen Hai,D Electrical Engineering, Yeungnam University-Korea, South Korea
  • Nicolae Galupa, PhD Computer Science and Automatic Control, G. Asachi Technical University of Iasi, Romania
  • Nisar Qureshi,PhD Mechanical Engineering, University of Sheffield, UK
  • Nitin Afzulpurkar, PhD Mechanical Engineering, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
  • Nuraj Rajapakse, PhD Mechanical Engineering, Southern Methodist University, USA
  • Omar Altrad, PhD Elec. and Computer Engineering, Simon Fraser University, Canada
  • Omar Khondker, PhD Aerospace Engineering, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia
  • Omar Radaideh, PhD Electrical Engineering, National Technical University of Ukraine (KPI) Ukraine
  • Osama Abu-Sharkh, PhD Electrical Engineering, University of Minnesota, USA
  • Pradeep Hegde, PhD Mechanical Engineering, University Sains Malaysia, Malaysia
  • Preetha Sreekumar, PhD Interdisciplinary Engineering, Masdar Institute, UAE
  • Qasem Bashayreh, Masters Communication Engineering, Yarmouk University, Jordan
  • Ranjeet Ranjan, PhD Engineering, Birla Institute of Technology and Science, India
  • Ravichandran Danthakani, Master of Engineering Electronics and Communication Engineering, Anna University, India
  • Sabih Al Lami, PhD Electrical Engineering Tech, University of Sheffield, UK
  • Sabin Kumar Mishra, PhD Mechanical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, India
  • Said Kafumbe, PhD Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Newcastle Upon Tyne University, UK
  • Samir Zaki Janho, Masters Civil Engineering, University of Kansas, USA
  • Sandor Piros, PhD Mechanical Engineering, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary
  • Sanjeeva Witharana, PhD Process, Environmental and Materials Engineering, University of Leeds, UK
  • Sanjeeva Witharana, PhD Process, Environmental and Materials Engineering, University of Leeds, UK
  • Sathiyamoorthy Manickkam, Masters Chemical Engineering, Bharathidasan University, India
  • Sathyan Krishnan, PhD Mechanical Engineering, University of South Australia, Australia
  • Saud Zanbarkji,Masters High Sea’s, Arab Academy for Science and Technology and Maritime Transport, Egypt
  • Serdar Dalkilic, PhD Aviation, Anadolu University, Turkey
  • Shanubhog Raghu,PhD Applied Electronics, Gulbarga University, India
  • Silvia Miu, PhD Mechanical Engineering, Politehnica University of Bucharest, Romania
  • Simon Hissem, Masters Electronic Engineering, University of Québec, Trois, Rivières, Canada
  • Soon Chul Ahn, Masters Mechanical Engineering, Changwon National University, South Korea
  • Sudha Bansal, D Electrical Engineering, Nat’l Inst ofTech, Kurukshetra, India
  • Sukina Alzyoud, PhD Civil Engineering, Imperial College London, UK
  • Suresh Mathew,Tech Industrial Electronics, Mysore University, India
  • Syed Saddique,PhD Elec. and Computer Engineering, Newcastle University, UK
  • Taimour Aldalgamouni, PhD Electrical Engineering, Concordia University, USA
  • Tarak Amine, PhD Mechanical Engineering, Missouri University of Science and Technology, USA
  • Tarig Ahmed, PhD Civil Engineering, University of London, UK
  • Tarig Faisal, PhD Engineering, University of Malaysia, Malaysia
  • Tekwani Bunti Kanayo, Masters Aeronautics, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, USA
  • Thomas Adebayo ,PhD Petroleum Engineering, Covenant University, Nigeria
  • Utsav KC, PhD Aerospace Engineering, University of Texas at Austin,USA
  • Vasko Alexandrov,PhD Civil Engineering, University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy, Bulgaria
  • Vijay Varade, PhD Mechanical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, India
  • Walid Zgallai,PhD Electrical Engineering, City University, UK
  • Waseem Khan, PhD Mechanical Engineering, Wichita State University, USA
  • Yasser El Okda, PhD Mechanical Engineering, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA
  • Zafer Bukey, Masters Operational Research and Management Information System, University of Toronto, Canada
  • Zaid Sami Abd-Alghany, PhD Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Monash University, Australia
  • Zareena Gani, PhD Mechanical Engineering, McMaster University, Canada
  • Zimran Rafique, PhD Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand
  • Zin-Eddine Dadach, PhD Chemical Engineering, Universite Laval, Canada
  • Zine-Eddine Abid,PhD Electrical Engineering, University of Minnesota, USA

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