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Vision:

Be a source of purposeful creativity and design innovation.

Mission:

A global level of competitiveness., an ability to exercise focused research in solving industry, society and environment problems with adherence to design professional ethics.

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A perfect blend of design passion, dedication &creativity
Vision:
Be a source of purposeful creativity and design innovation.
Mission:
A global level of competitiveness., an ability to exercise focused research in solving industry, society and environment problems with adherence to design professional ethics.
Strategic Plan
Goals:

1. Provide specialized designers equipped with creative capabilities in design and related technology.

Objectives:

    1. Provide students with knowledge and skills in design practice, design research, and conscious practicality.
    2. Associate with industry and labor market by practicing design investigations.
    3. Provide an accommodating learning environment, and cutting edge digital equipment that make students marketable.
    4. Explore and incorporate new technology in classrooms and computer lab

2. Offer highly developed programs addressing the national standards.

Objectives:

    1. To be among the best accredited design programs in the nation.
    2. Associate with industry and labor market
    3. Maintain a strong focus on student learning that continues to develop

3. Achieve a national reputation for exemplary and challenging design education.

Objectives:

    1. Employ outstanding instructors,
    2. Stay abreast of new teaching methodologies and technology
    3. Continue pursuing teaching excellence by refining course materials and exploring varied instructional models

4. Promote student success

Objectives:

    1. Maintain a strong focus on student learning that continues to develop
    2. implementing student competitions in course projects and encouraging student involvement in conferences, Design Speaker Series, career days, field trips, etc.
    3. Assist students in securing internships and employment

5. Expand outreach and service to the community

Objectives:

    1. Maintain relationships with design professionals and vendors
    2. Continue utilizing area building professionals from the local and extended community
    3. Maintain and explore new articulation agreements
    4. Add equipment and software for distance education.
    5. Continue positive relationships with support areas: Art community, local industry, and Mass Communications.
Values
Openness:

• We embrace diversity and inclusivity in culture, identity and perspective; we are

open, approachable and welcoming

Excellence:

• We pursue excellence in our practices, and in our support for our learners,

faculty, staff, and external partners

Curiosity:

• We are deeply committed to experimentation, free enquiry, and research to

maintain the strength of our community.

Accountability:

• We foster independence and liability; we value transparency and endorse

highest levels of specialized & ethical standards.

Passion:

• We are thoughtful agile risk takers; we believe in a celebration of our creative process.

Student First:

• We are committed to being a student-centered institution. we consider first what best serves the education and well-being of our students.

The faculty has employed outstanding professors , who establish and enrich the faculty reputation.

#NameDept.OccupationMail
1– Prof. Ahmed Waheed MostafaProduct Design departmentDeanahmed.wahid@buc.edu.eg
2– Prof. Tamer Farouk KhalifaTextile Engineering Department.Vice DeanTamer.Farouk@buc.edu.eg
3– Prof. Gihan El RifiMedia Design and Graphics Department.Head Of the DepartmentGihan.elrify@buc.edu.eg
4– Prof. Mohamed Abd Elgawad Abd ElfattahTextile Engineering DepartmentHead Of the DepartmentMohamed.abdelgawad@buc.edu.eg
5– Prof. Samia HamedCinematography and Television Department.Head Of the Departmentsamia.hamed18@yahoo.com
6– Prof. Wael RaafatInterior design and furniture DepartmentHead Of the DepartmentWael.Rafat@buc.edu.eg
7-Dr. Asmaa Abdel Gawad ElsebaeyInterior design and furniture Department)Associate ProfessorAsmaa.Elsibay@buc.edu.eg
8– Dr. Khaled MansourTextile Depart.Associate ProfessorKhaled.Mansour@buc.edu.eg
9-Dr. Wesam OnsyProduct Design DepartmentHead Of the DepartmentWesam.Onsy@buc.edu.eg
10– Dr. Haidy YousefMedia Design and Graphics DepartmentLecturerhaidy44444@hotmail.com
11-Dr. Nagwan fathy BadranMedia Design and Graphics DepartmentLecturerNagwan.Fathy@buc.edu.eg
12– Dr. Nihad sadekInterior design and furniture DepartmentLecturernihad.sadek@buc.edu.eg

Teaching Assistant :

#NameDept.Mail
1Ahmed Khaled ZahranProduct DesignAhmedzahran18@outlook.com
2Aya El-Sayed AbdallahAya.Alsayed17@gmail.com
3HebaallahElsayed Mousaheba.elsaed@buc.edu.eg
4Heba rabea Masoudh-b1991@hotmail.com
5Mai Mohamed Abo ElyaziedMai-abou-Elyazed@yahoo.com
6Nada Abdel Moaz RamadanNada_moez@hotmail.com
7Shimaa Ibrahim
8Ahmed Abdel FadeelTextile

Engineering

ahmedfadeelhellaway@hotmail.com
9Ahmed Ibrahim EmaraAhmed.emara384@gmail.com
10Amal Mohamed MohamedAmal.mohammed1717@gmail.com
11Aya Mohamed HassanAyam67804@gmail.com
12Esraa Mahmoud Aboubakr
13Heba AbdelsalamMohamed_Salah8373@yahoo.com
14Heba Mahmoud saedHebamahmoud.25@hotmail.com
15Abeer Ezzat AzmyMediaAbeer.Ezzat@buc.edu.eg
16Hasnaa Mohamed khairyhasnaa.
17Manal Mohamed SalahManal.mohamed@buc.edu.eg
18Monia elnabulsyMoniaElnabulsy@buc.edu.eg
19Omnia MohamedDesigner.omnia@yahoo.com
20Rasha Saber Mohtar GoharRashagohar89@gmail.com
21Asmaa Salah Ismailfashionfalcon_sweet@live.com
22Maha Hamdy Abo GHalyMaha_aboughali@hotmail.com
23Alaa Mostafa AbdelfatahInteriorAlaa.mustafa.abdelfattah@gmail.com
24Ahmed Elsaed AbdelazizAhmed_abdelaziz1492@hotmail.com
25Ahmed SalahAhmed.salahahmed2238@gmail.com
26Ashraf Ibrahim Serorashrafsrour@yahoo.com
27Aya Ashraf Mohamedayaashraf776@yahoo.com
28Kareem SamirKarim.samir@buc.edu.eg
29Mai Mohamed salemMai.salem@buc.edu.eg
30Samah Naser NabilSamahnassernabil121293@hotmail.com
31WessamDiaa YousefWessamyoussef5@gmail.com
32Marwa Mohamed El-sawyfoundationmarwaelsawy@outlook.com
33Mona omar AbdelazizMonaliza_art@hotmail.com
34Noha Redwan
35Yara Khaled HegazyYara.khaled@buc.edu.eg

Departments:

Product Design Department

Media Design and Graphics Department

Interior design and furniture Department

Textile Engineering Department

Cinematography and Television Department

Apparel and fashion Department

Ceramics and Glass Department

Joining Departments:
· Students are allocated to the different programs after passing the Foundation level. The accepted number of students in each department is based upon market needs.

· Students are distributed according to their wishes and their GPA at the end of the Foundation level Added to their grades in two qualifying courses pertinent to their selected department.

· Qualifying courses for each department :
Product Design Department :
( Creative thinking ; Design Methods)- Media Design and Graphics Department 🙁 Creative thinking ; Computer Graphics1)- Interior Design and Furniture Department(Drafting; Intro to Ergonomics)

– Textile Engineering Department:( Design Basics; Mathematics)

– Cinematography and Television:

( Physics; Computer Graphics1)

– Apparel and fashion Department: (Drafting; Museum Studies)

 

 

Product Design Department
Mission :
Preparing a product designer who is capable of innovating and developing products of a practical nature and responding to the requirements of the environment and the consumer. All this while commanding the appropriate scientific techniques to solve production problems and meeting market requirements.Program aims:– Developing the creative and innovative abilities of students and preparing them for work in the fields of design and production.- Providing students with the right dosage of engineering materials and techniques to ensure their utmost performance in the industrial field- Training students on problem solving methods specially focused on Egyptian industry by the application of scientific research methods and techniques

– The use of computers and digital technologies in the processes of creating ideas, designs and product presentations through developing the student’s modeling and simulation ability.

– Training the student to explore new materials and manufacturing techniques to create future product concepts

The program contains a number of highly specialized courses…
Areas of specialization

1 – Industrial and product design offices

2 – Digital and Interactive design Technologies

establishments.

3 – Design for the special needs products.

4 – Ecological and Environmental Product Design.

Media Design and Graphics Department
Vision :
The preparation of a creative graphic designer in the field of advertising design, means of visual communication, the arts of printing equipment and all the techniques of modern visual arts in a way that qualifies him to solve problems and meet market needs. This is achieved through the practice of innovation, scientific and applied research for the purpose of continuous sustainable development .The program aims: Preparing a designer capable of practicing scientific thinking in solving design problems to meet the needs and requirements of the community through;• Developing students’ abilities to generate new ideas, suggestions and solutions suitable for the type of targeted communication• Developing the creative thinking skills of students for the purpose of finding and developing new alternative communication methods

• Developing students’ cognitive, mental and professional skills that enable them to express visuals using modern media, graphics and images to suit the target audience and the needs of the surrounding environment.

· Adapting variety of tools and materials in the production of different graphic designs in innovative ways.

– The program contains a number of highly specialized courses…

Areas of specialization

· Printing & Digital design

· Broadcast designs(in TV, videos studio)

· Visual Image developer

· Digital User interface design

· Multimedia designs

Graphic design occupations

· Advertising Firms

· Internet and Software Development Companies

· Television Studios and Video Production Companies

· Corporate Branding and Consultation firms

· Academic faculties and Institutes

· Governmental organizations

· Newspaper and magazines

· Printing houses

Interior design and furniture Department
mission:
Preparing an interior designer capable of dealing with the continuous development and environmental variables of interior spaces and furniture items more suited to the human nature through functional and artistic determinants.Program aims-Cognitive acquisition of sciences associated with interior design and furniture-The ability to analyze the architecture and its interior space-Acquisition of design and technology tools and skills

-Developing the ability to imagine and design different practical solutions

-Analysis of interior design, furniture and development of operational plans

-Ability to analyze projects and manage its implementation processes

-Ability to evaluate design output and its development

Work opportunities:

The department offers a broad area of specialization where the graduate can choose between a number of different areas within the specialization according to his or her personal abilities and preferences such as:

· Interior design and architectural solution development.

· Furniture design and development of operational solutions according to different spaces.

· Operational drawings and engineering consultancy

· Pursuance of projects and technological analysis

· Complementary areas of interior design materials and furniture

· Television and theatre design.
The program contains a number of highly specialized courses.

Textile Department
Mission:
Preparation of specialist Designers and engineers having innovative capacities in the field of design and technology of textiles. Able to exercise scientific research and solving the problems of the industry and developing the surrounding environment and society all while adhering to the profession ethics “.Program aims:· Application of advanced technologies in the field of textile design and production· Clarification of the relationship between material properties and the final product as well as the effect of textile structures on fabric properties· Application of planning, marketing and management systems in textiles industry

· Application of scientific thinking skills in tackling the textile industry problems

· Developing traditional craftsmanship

· Linking educational processes, practices and training in conjunction with industry

Work opportunities

· Textile production plant in the field of (design, engineering, production, planning testing, quality control, marketing, Dyeing, printing, finishing, merchandizing, etc….)

· Testing and Inspection laboratories.

· Design and fashion centers.

· Research centers.

· Academic faculties and Institutes

· Governmental organizations

· Private designing houses

· Private business (Importing, exporting textiles, spare-parts, machinery)

· In the field of crafts (handmade carpets, printed fabrics, etc…….)

-The program contains a number of highly specialized courses…

Cinematography and Television Department
Mission:
Cinematography department, is the source of progressive, professional story telling through film, photography, television and cutting-edge new media. The department provides its students with foundational education and expertise to work in creative environments within business and arts.Program aims:Cinematography department, is the home of innovative, creative education in filmmaking, TV production, photography with an emphasis on story. We guide, instruct and empower our students to conceive and develop their story ideas, bringing them to life. We believe powerful stories, given a platform, can lift the human condition.The program contains a number of highly specialized courses…
Apparel and fashion
Message of the Department· Preparing a professional designer with innovative capabilities in the field of apparels and fashion design, with high technical and innovative capabilities· Preparing a designer capable of solving problems of the Apparel and fashion industry and keeping pace with the development of society and the surrounding environment within the framework of the ethics of the professionProgram Aims · Direct link to the garment industry and its supplements

· Preparation of the designer capable of keeping up with the lines of fashion in terms of trends and market needs.

The program contains a number of highly specialized courses… . (Hyperlink to the program courses in details )

 

The Applied Arts programs was designed and developed at Badr University to enable students to acquire basic knowledge and skills and to adopt high professional values and customs that follow academic standards developed in accordance with the National Academic Standards.

The Faculty of Applied Arts offers a range of programs for 5 years of study, after which the student receives a bachelor’s degree in applied arts.
Students must successfully pass a total of 170 credit hours in one of these programs in different scientific departments. A part of these programs is centered upon the development of IT skills for a number of 12 credit hours. Scientific writing and a final graduation project which covers 12 credit hours as well as fieldwork.

Degrees

Faculty of Applied Arts of BUC offers 7 exceptional undergraduate programs to its students to keep up with most recent developments in the field of design .

These programs are instructed by outstanding academic members of staff.  This team strives to establish an exceptional educational experience to become one of the leading and privileged educational institutions in Egypt .

 

The faculty awards the Bachelor of Science in Applied Arts in the following disciplines :

– Product Design

– Media Design and Graphics

– Interior Design and Furniture

– Textile  Engineering

– Cinematography and Television

– Apparel and Fashion

– Ceramics and Glass

Foundation level

Foundation Level ( Preparation program for departments)

Course NameCodeCourse NameCode
Design BasicsBAS001Intro to ErgonomicsBAS006
Nature DrawingBAS004Design MethodsBAS007
Computer Graphics (1)COMMuseum StudiesBAS009
PhysicsBAS012Intro to Applied ArtsBAS014
Creative ThinkingBAS008ChemistryBAS011
MathematicsBAS013Linguistics (1)HUM003
Drafting DrawingBAS005

 

Courses of Interior Design And Furniture Program

Essential Courses Selective Courses
Interior Design FundamentalsINT001Multipurpose Furniture DesignINT030
Interior Design “Residential” 1INT002Conceptual Design & PresentationINT031
Architectural Drawing (1)INT003Color TheoryINT032
Interior Design “Residential” (2)INT004Technical DrawingINT033
Architectural Drawing (2)INT005Interior Lighting systemsINT034
History of Interior Design (1)INT006Furniture MaterialsINT035
Interior Design “Commercial” (1)INT007Furniture Production technologyINT036
Furniture Design

“surfacedesign”

INT008Scenes DesignINT037
History of interior Design (2)INT009Research of Interior DesignINT038
Interior Design “Commercial” (2)INT010Air conditioning and ventilation systemsINT039
Ergonomics of interior DesignINT011Economics of Interior designINT040
Interior Design TheoriesINT012Product MarketingINT041
Interior Design ” Administrative” (1)INT013Interior design operations managementINT042
Furniture Design

“Structural design”

INT014InteriordesignQuality controlINT043
Architectural Design (1)INT015Sustainable designINT044
Interior Design ” Administrative” (2)INT016Environmental designINT045
Interior perspectiveINT017Cinema Scenes DesignINT046
costs and specificationsINT018LandscapeINT047
Interior Design ” Touristic “INT019Standards of Interior designINT048
Architectural Design (2)INT020furniture design CriteriaINT049
materials of Interior DesignINT021Interior lighting systemINT050
Modern trendsof Interior DesignINT022Interior design for special needsINT051
Production technologyINT023furniture Advanced techniquesINT052
Analysis and evaluation of Interior designINT024Interior environmental designINT053
Graduation project (1)INT025
Graduation project (2)INT026
Training (1)INT027
Training (2)INT028
Training (3)INT029

 

Courses of Media Design And Graphic Program.

Essential Courses Selective Courses
Graphic Design FundamentalsMDP001Color Separation &  MontageMDP031
Info & Sign DesignMDP002Digital Design For PrintingMDP032
Visual ThinkingMDP003IllustrationsMDP033
TypographyMDP004Communication DesignMDP034
History of Media DesignMDP005Media MarketingMDP035
Color theoryMDP006Consumer behaviorMDP036
Outdoor Ad DesignMDP007Printing ErgonomicsMDP037
Graphic DesignMDP008Ad ErgonomicsMDP038
AnimationMDP009SynographyMDP039
Logo/Branding DesignMDP010Media securityMDP040
Journalism Advertising DesignMDP011Digital PhotographyMDP041
Creative Advertising Media DesignMDP012Advertising TechniquesMDP042
Printing Systems (1)MDP013Journalism DesignMDP043
Interactive Advertising DesignMDP014Optical Physics and LaserMDP044
Packaging DesignMDP015Advertising, Printing and Packaging legislationsMDP045
3D Media TechnologyMDP016Color in Visual CommunicationMDP046
Digital Media TechnologyMDP017Corporate  Identity DesignMDP047
Digital Web DesignMDP018Effective Presentation SkillsMDP048
Printing Systems (2)MDP019Visual ResearchesMDP049
Digital Printing SystemMDP020Digital Media StrategiesMDP050
Book DesignMDP021Packaging Production TechnologyMDP051
Print Production ManagementMDP022Advanced Packaging DesignMDP052
Print Production and Packaging EconomiesMDP023Environmental EngineeringMDP053
Measuring and Quality AssuranceMDP024Secured PrintingMDP054
Project (1)MDP025
Project (1)MDP026
Project(2)MDP027
Training (1)MDP028
Training (2)MDP029
Training (3)MDP030

 

Courses of Textile  Engineering Program

Essential Courses Selective Courses
TEX030Textile TerminologyTEX001Textile materials
TEX031

 

Floor-coverings production technologyTEX002Textile structure (1)
TEX032Applied-StatisticsTEX003Textile design theory
TEX033History of textileTEX004Textile design (1)
TEX034Textile preparation and dying technologyTEX005Textile mathematics
TEX035Textile materials (2)TEX006Textile preparation machines
TEX036Industrial safetyTEX007Textile structure (2)
TEX037Reports writingTEX008Textile machines (1)
TEX038Polymers and textile fibersTEX009Textile printing design (1)
TEX039Environmental quality systemsTEX010Textile design(2)
TEX040Non-woven fabrics (1)TEX011Textile analysis (1)
TEX041Carpets production TechnologyTEX012Spinning Technology (1)
TEX042Design EconomicsTEX013Textile structure (3)
TEX043Non-woven fabrics (2)TEX014Textile printing design (2)
TEX044Textile finishing

 

TEX015Knitting Technology
TEX045Textile production marketing and managementTEX016Textile machines(2)
T0EX046Special textiles technologyTEX017Textile Physics (1)
TEX047Knitting technologyTEX018Textile analysis (2)
TEX048Production cost and financeTEX019Textile testing
TEX049Textile Physics (2)TEX020Textile design (3)
TEX050Project managementTEX021Fibers chemical and physical properties
TEX051Total quality managementTEX022Textile preparation
TEX052Research and development managementTEX023Textile printing technology
TEX053Smart materials and nano-technologyTEX024Dying Technology
TEX025Graduation project (1)
TEX026Graduation project (2)
TEX027Training (1)
TEX028Training (2)
TEX029Training (3)

 

Courses of Product Design Program

Essential Courses Selective Courses
PRD030Design trendsPRD001Design Techniques
PRD031Creativity techniquesPRD002Product design culture
PRD032Smart materialsPRD003Production Engineering
PRD033Production

Processes

PRD004Technical Drawing
PRD034Calibration and Standards TechnologyPRD005History of Design
PRD035Design EthicsPRD006Product Design (1)
PRD036Mechanical systemsPRD007Product Design (2)
PRD037R&DPRD008Modeling and Simulation
PRD038Strength of MaterialsPRD009Production Engineering (2)
PRD039AnthropometryPRD010Design Visualization
PRD040RestorationPRD011Product Design (3)
PRD041Rapid PrototypingPRD012Design management
PRD042Product reproduction and cloningPRD013Ergonomics  (1)
PRD043Digital manufacturingPRD014Industrial design(1)
PRD044Universal DesignPRD015interactive design
PRD045CastingPRD016Industrial design 2
PRD046Virtual RealityPRD017Special needs Design
PRD047Nano TechnologyPRD018Environmental Design
PRD048MechatronicsPRD019Computer aided design
PRD049Advanced TechnologyPRD020renewable and sustainable energy
PRD050Sustainable designPRD021Design research
PRD051Packaging technologyPRD022Product Visualisation
PRD052Design economicsPRD023Design management
PRD053EchologyPRD024Ergonomics 2
PRD025(1)Project
PRD026(2)Project
PRD027Practical Training
PRD028Practical Training
PRD029Practical Training

 

Courses of Cinematography and Television program

Selective CoursesEssential Courses
PHO030Watching & AnalyzingPHO001Photography Fundamentals
PHO031Photography CompositionPHO002Introduction to Television Production
PHO032Cinema LaboratoryPHO003Introduction to Cinema Production
PHO033sensitometryPHO004Digital Photography
PHO034Creative PhotographyPHO005Cinema Production Technology (1)
PHO035Nature PhotographyPHO006Television Production Technology (1)
PHO036Photographic laboratoryPHO007Shooting & Lighting for Television(1)
PHO037TV CamerasPHO008cinematography and lighting
PHO038Electrical engineering and electronicsPHO009Photography Lighting
PHO039script writing & directingPHO010portrait photography
PHO040colormetryPHO011Cinema Production Technology (2)
PHO041Advanced creative photographyPHO012Photographing Documentary Television
PHO042Set Decoration for Film & TelevisionPHO013Photojournalism
PHO043Video ArtPHO014Photographing TV Advertising
PHO044Cine cameras

 

PHO015Digital Cinema
PHO045Communication TheoriesPHO016Commercial Photography (1)
PHO046Radio EngineeringPHO017Shooting & Lighting for Television(2)
PHO047View CameraPHO018Photographing Tv Advertising(Advanced)
PHO048Media lawsPHO019Film special effects
PHO049AnimationPHO020Commercial Photography (2)
PHO050Digital EditingPHO021Scientific / Educational Photography
PHO051Lighting for Programs & ShowsPHO022Photographing Documentary Film
PHO052photographic image SemiologyPHO023Photographing Educational Television
PHO053Production managementPHO024Advanced Photojournalism
PHO025Project (1)
PHO026Project (2)
PHO027Training (1)
PHO028Training (2)
PHO029Training (3)

 

Courses of Apparel and fashion Program

Essential Courses Selective Courses
GAR 001Foundations of fashion drawingGAR 030Apparels Accessories
GAR 002History of fashionGAR 031Apparels design theories
GAR 003Chemistry of apparels textilesGAR 032History of traditional apparels
GAR 004Foundations of apparelsdesignGAR 033Physiology of apparels
GAR 005Pattern of children’s apparels models.GAR 034Manufacture of kids clothing
GAR 006Technology of apparels machinesGAR 035Technology of producing knitwear
GAR 007Design of children’s apparelsGAR 036Engineering of the production of apparels supports
GAR 008Design of jewelry articles (1)GAR 037Technology of producing leather garments
GAR 009The fundamentals of draping.GAR 038Analysis of apparels samples
GAR 010Analysis of fashion trendsGAR 039Apparels Shopping Research
GAR 011Production of appareltextileGAR 040Design of expressive apparels
GAR 012Pattern of men’s apparelsGAR 041Manufacture  of men’s apparels
GAR 013Design of men’s apparelsGAR 042Management of apparels design
GAR 014Management and planning of apparels productionGAR 043 Brand management
GAR 015Production technology of apparels accessoriesGAR 044 Haute couture
GAR 016Design of events for menGAR 045Technology of smart apparels
GAR 017Engineering of women ‘s apparels modelsGAR 046Coat production technology
GAR 018Dyeing and printing apparels technologyGAR 047Packaging and display styles of clothing
GAR 019Design of women’s apparelsGAR 048Advanced jewelry technology
GAR 020Measurements and quality controlGAR 049High-end knitting The flat pattern with the computer
GAR 021Design of jewelry articles (2)GAR 050Manufacture of women clothing
GAR 022Computer Fashion DesignGAR 051Technology of clothing embroidery
GAR 023Economics of apparels designGAR 052Design of Apparels Accessories
GAR 024Production of ready-made garmentsGAR 053Methods of garments

promotion and export

GAR 025Graduation Project (1)
GAR 026Graduation Project (2)
GAR 027Training 1
GAR 028Training 2
GAR 029Training 3

Prof. Ahmed Wahid Dean of the Faculty

Prof. Ahmed Wahid Dean of the Faculty

My dear students:

It is my pleasure to welcome you all among the faculty of Applied Arts-Badr University, which we all cherish. I hope that this year will be a blessed year for you, for the college and the University, and for the rest of our beloved Egypt.

The Faculty of Applied Arts at Badr University is the epitome of design education in Egypt with its state of the art equipment and its distinctive and sophisticated learning environment that is in tandem with the latest technology trends. The faculty also provides top tier teaching staff which places the faculty of Applied Arts, Badr University among the best design institutes in Egypt and the Arab region.

 

My dear student of Applied Arts – Badr University, the faculty is privileged by having you and we welcome you among its members. Each of you has chosen a path that requires continuous effort, intensive training and practice with self-reliance in study, research and knowledge, and I am sure you are perfectly fit for the job.

 

The aim of the college is to prepare an innovative designer who is always able to work, constantly evolve, and who can befit the latest technologies of the era to his needs. The college will never spare an effort to provide the possible maximum educational services and an environment conducive to learning.

Egypt is in constant need of qualified designers who can develop and elevate our industrial and service sectors to a position where they are fit to compete head on with the fierce global competition while making sure that the solutions are compatible with our economic capabilities and with the Egyptian environment and consumer. For this to be achieved, continuous and serious training is required. To provide this, the College has endeavored to establish protocols of cooperation and agreements with various industrial entities, institutions and bodies with the main aim of providing training opportunities for its students to ensure their effective interaction with the labor market and its needs since the first years of study.

-Prof. Ahmed Wahid Moustafa

Professor of Design

Dean of the Faculty of Applied Arts

 

 Dean CV (contact to CV)

Dean CV:

Personal Data:
Name: Ahmed Wahid
Current Position: Professor of Design and Dean of the Faculty of Applied Arts,
Badr University in Cairo.

Contact Data:

Mobile (02) 01004968036
E-mail ahmedwms@hotmail.com, ahmed.wahid@buc.edu.eg
Internet site www.ergo-eg.com, www.buc.edu.eg

Qualifications:
Academic Degree University Country Year
Ph.D. Engineering Production Birmingham University England, UK 1986
M. Sc. Engineering Production Birmingham University England, UK 1982
M. Sc. Industrial Design Helwan University Egypt. 1978
B. Sc. Metal Work, Helwan University Egypt. 1973
Quality Assurance and Accreditation Activities:
· Qualified Expert in:
o Strategic Planning
o External Revision of Higher Education Institutions
o E-Learning Course Development
o Web Site Design

Training Activities:

  • Examination and Student Evaluation, Quality Assurance Center, Helwan University march 2012
  • Strategic Planning,, The National Authority for Quality Assurance in Education, NAQAAE, January 2011
  • External Revision of Higher Education Organizations,, The National Authority for Quality Assurance in Education, NAQAAE, March 2011
  • Self study for Higher Education Organizations,, The National Authority for Quality Assurance in Education, NAQAAE, February 2011
  • Intended Learning Outcome and curriculum maps, Self study for Higher Education Organizations, The National Authority for Quality Assurance in Education, NAQAAE, June 2011
  • TOT Training of Trainers, Faculty and Leadership development Project, 2007 E-Learning Courses Development, E-learning Center, Supreme Council of Universities march 2009

Professional Affiliations:

  • International Ergonomics Association, London UK
    · Egyptian Designers Association, Egypt
    · Applied Art Designers Syndicate, Egypt
    · Human Factors & Ergonomics Society, Birmingham UK
    · Industrial Design Society – Nottingham UK

Education Enhancement Projects:
Manager, Design Ergonomics Information Center Financed by Higher Education Enhancement Projects HEEPF

  • Board member and Executive Manager, Ancient Egyptian Music revival Project Financed by Higher
    Education Enhancement Projects HEEPF
  • Team member, Leather Production Project Financed by Higher Education Enhancement Projects HEEPF
  • Executive Manager, and quality control Officer, establishing a quality assurance and accreditation unit
    Project Financed by Q◌uality assurance and accreditation Project QAAP
  • Teaching ICDL Courses in a project financed by ITCP
  • Teaching in Training of Trainers TOT scheme in ICDL Courses in a project financed by ITCP

Faculty Resources:

Faculty of applied Arts has a number of workshops and labs that support the practical training in different department programs.

Departments Lab / workshopLocation contents
Product Design DepartmentModeling & Simulation LabR: 110 -1st FloorBasins and sinks – thermal printing machine – moulding facilities
3D printer LabR:340 – 3rd floor– 3D printers four units
– 3 PCs –
– A4 laser printer – 1
– Cutter plotter
– HP Designjet plotter
Ergonomics LabR:008   – Basement– Treadmill – Bicycle Ergometer- Anatomy kits –
– Thermal environment caliper – Heart rate meter –
– Blood Pressure Meter.
Metalwork workshopR:005   – Basement– Lathe,
– Drills,
– bending,
– mill machines.
Textile Engineering DepartmentTextile Work shopU shape – Basement16 simpling hand looms -2 klim handlooms- hand tuft with gun
Cinematography and Television DepartmentCinema & photography studioR:105  – 1st floor– 2 video camera
– 3 flashing light source
– led light source
Interior Design and Furniture DepartmentCarpentry workshop005 basementElectric saw- Planner, circular saw, multipurpose machining unit
Media Design & Graphics  DepartmentApple LabR:218 – 2nd Floor20 Apple Mac Computers
Apparel and Fashion Departmentfashion LabR:107   -1st Floor2 over machines
– 2 Grolin machines
– 8 lock stage machines
– circle cutting machines
– ironning kit
– Jack Sewing machine.
General use FacilitiesMuseum StudiesR:210 -2nd floorDisplays, Ancient Egyptian, Coptic, and Islamic replicates of museum originals
computer Graphics LabR:114 – 1st Floor27 PC Computers
laserU shape – BasementLaser Cutting/engraving
Library1st floor
Chemistry labR:109 1st floor
physics labR: 120 1st floor
Drawing Halls Drawing Studio (1)R:002 – basement
 Drawing Studio (2)R:003 – Basement
 Drawing Studio (3)R:004 – basement
 Drawing Studio (4)R:007 – Basement
 Drawing Studio (5)R:322  -3rd Floor
 Drawing Studio (6)R:325 – 3rd Floor
 Drawing Studio (7)R:328  – 3rd Floor
 Drawing Studio (8)R: 311 – 3rd Floor
 Drawing Studio (9)R:313 – 3rd floor
 Drawing Studio (10)R:315 – 3rd Floor
 Drawing Studio (11)R:316 – 3rd Floor

 

Computer labs equipped with professional computing facilities and high speed Wi-Fi

BUC Network Infrastructure
Internet Connection50 Mbits/s
Data Center ServersMore than 25 servers

 

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1St semester Schedule 2018/2019 (Cinema Program) 22/9/2018

 

dayLec.TimeLevel 1Level 2
Group (1)Group (2)Group (1)
Saturday19 to 9:50Introduction to Cinema Production Dr. Hesham   ( L) R:105
 
210 to 10:50Introduction to Cinema Production  Dr.Hesham ( T )   R:105

Dr.Hesham        

         
311 to 11:50 
412 to 12:50                          Photography Fundamentals    ( L)    R:105       

Dr.Hesham

51 to 1:50
62 to 2:50Photography Fundamentals ( T )

Dr.Hesham  R:126         

Introduction to Cinema Production

Dr.Samia   ( T )    R:105

 
73 to 3:50 
Sunday 19 to 9:50Computer Graphics 2 (L) Dr. Haytham R:103Shooting & Lighting for Television (1) Dr.Mahmoud ( L) R:409
210 to 10:50                            Photography Composition ( L)      R:405         

DrSamia

Shooting & Lighting for Television (1) ( T )

Dr.Mahmoud       R:105

311 to 11:50
412 to 12:50Introduction to TV Production  Dr.Mahmoud     ( L)       R:105Photographic laboratory   ( L)    R:405       

Dr.Samah

51 to 1:50 Introduction to TV Production ( T )

Dr.Mahmoud     ) R:105    

62 to 2:50Introduction to TV Production ( T )

DrSamia      R:007        room

73 to 3:50 
Monday19 to 9:50   Computer Graphics 3 (L) Dr. Ahmed Wahid R:103
210 to 10:50TV Cameras ( L)    R:105          

Dr.Mahmoud

311 to 11:50
412 to 12:50
51 to 1:50
62 to 2:50History of Art (2) Dr. Nihad R:101
73 to 3:50
Tuesday19 to 9:50Watching & Analyzing   ( L)    R:405    room

Dr.Hesham

cinematography and lighting   ( L)

DrSamia    R: 409

210 to 10:50
311 to 11:50 Photography Fundamentals ( T )

       Dr.Hesham      R:405

cinematography and lighting  ( T )   

DrSamia  R:409

412 to 12:50
51 to 1:50Computer Graphics 2  (lab)

TA. Nada Zanaty  L:228

Computer Graphics 3  lab L: 114

TA. Norhan

62 to 2:50
73 to 3:50
Wednesday19 to 9:50History of Art (1) Dr. Nihad R: 101Photography Lighting  Dr.Samah  ( L) R:409
210 to 10:50          Photography Lighting ( T )  R:409  

Dr.Samah

311 to 11:50
412 to 12:50 
51 to 1:50 
62 to 2:50Scientific thinking R:139 
73:00-3:50  

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