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Vision

To be a leading educational and research institution in engineering sciences and applications and has eminent societal impact via its professional & applied services and strategic partnerships.

Mission

To provide distinguished engineering programs and learning opportunities for our students to supply the community with highly qualified and competitive graduates that can address professional and technological advances; To commit to work ethics and lead the development of the society through scientific research, effective management of the needs of community and industry via engineering consultations and professional services; and engage in partnerships with academic and industrial institutions within Egypt and abroad.

 

Vision:

To be a leading educational and research institution in engineering sciences and applications and has eminent societal impact via its professional & applied services and strategic partnerships.

Mission:

To provide distinguished engineering programs and learning opportunities for our students to supply the community with highly qualified and competitive graduates that can address professional and technological advances; To commit to work ethics and lead the development of the society through scientific research, effective management of the needs of community and industry via engineering consultations and professional services; and engage in partnerships with academic and industrial institutions within Egypt and abroad.

Strategic goals:

The Faculty of Engineering and Technology has identified six main strategic goals for achieving its Mission.

  1. To be among the top-ranked engineering programs accredited nationally and internationally
  2. To fossil attractive, dynamic and student-centred learning environment
  3. To equip our graduates with innovative engineering problem solving skills and the capacity for life-long learning
  4. To conduct distinctive research in interdisciplinary areas of national and international interest
  5. To develop major centre of engineering consultations and professional services for industrial and societal needs and development

6.       To be engaged in active collaboration with local and global partners from academia, industry, and society

 

Faculty Directory

م الاسم تاريخ التعيين الدرجة العلمية
1 أحمد موسى عبد الرحمن محمد  01/09/2015  أ.عميد الكلية
2 ناير احمد حسن الاسناوي 17/09/2016 استاذ وكيل الكلية
3 وفاء محمد كمال رشوان محمد فؤاد 17/09/2016 استاذ مساعد
4 معتصم عبد الباقي شاهين 02/03/2018 استاذ مساعد
5 أحمد عبد الرازق السيد عمارة 03/10/2015 مدرس
6 سهير عبد الفتاح محمد الغنيم 24/09/2016 مدرس
7 محمد صبحي أحمد أحمد 26/09/2016 مدرس
8 رنا محمد عبد المطلب مرسي 09/09/2017 مدرس
9 اسلام محمد محمود مريكبي 16/09/2017 مدرس
10 ضحى محمد سعيد 09/09/2017 مدرس مساعد
11 نانسي محمد احمد 09/09/2017 مدرس مساعد
12 نرمين عبد الستار صابر عبد الباري 03/10/2015 مدرس مساعد
13 محمود ابو بكر محمود السيد 03/12/2016 مدرس مساعد
14 علياء عبدو حمزة 23/10/2017 مدرس مساعد
15 عمرو عبد الخالق السيد 09/09/2017 مدرس مساعد
16 نوران محمد السيد سيد 12/11/2016 معيد
17 هدير عصام فهمي الحميلي 03/10/2015 معيد
18 محمد يوسف سليمان عبد اللطيف 17/09/2016 معيد
19 أحمد السيد الدمرداش عناني 04/10/2016 معيد
20 احمد عبد المنعم عبد الرحمن محمد 01/10/2014 معيد
21 احمد مسعد مبروك الشلقاني 03/10/2015 معيد
22 اية أشرف كمال نافع 10/10/2016 معيد
23 محمد مصطفي ابراهيم مصطفي عاشور 21/10/2014 معيد
24 مصطفى نصر زينهم حسن 17/09/2016 معيد
25 امجد عبد القادر احمد حمد 26/02/2017 معيد
26 أحمد عامر أحمد عامر 05/03/2017 معيد
27 سلسبيل سامي عبد المنعم 09/09/2017 معيد
28 ريهام سعيد الضوي 09/09/2017 معيد
29 آية عبد السلام عبد العاطي 09/09/2017 معيد
30 عبد الرحمن عبد الباسط البرولسي 09/09/2017 معيد
31 مي صلاح عبد العزيز 09/09/2017 معيد
32 كريم محمد محمد سليمان 09/09/2017 معيد
33 مصطفى محمد محمد حسن 09/09/2017 معيد
34 هالة ابراهيم محمد 09/09/2017 معيد
35 اسلام اسامة مصطفى فؤاد 14/10/2017 معيد
36 عمرو محمد عبد المنعم علي 10/11/2017 معيد
37 نيفين حميدو رفاعي 29/10/2017 معيد
38 سلسبيل محمد عبد العزيز شتا 11/04/2017 معيد

Engineering Departments & Programs

Program Department S
·       Architectural Engineering Architectural Engineering 1
·       structural Engineering Civil Engineering 2
·       Electronic Engineering & Communication

·       Computer Engineering & Systems

Electrical Engineering 3
·       Energy & Renewable energy Engineering

·       Mechatronics

Mechanical Engineering 4
·       Chemical Engineering

·       Petrochemical Engineering

Chemical Engineering & Petrochemical 5

 

1.  Architecture Program

4.1  Program Aims

The program aims to graduate architectural engineers who are specialized in environmental design; with possession of a multi-disciplinary background. The students will be trained to deal with architectural problems in a variety of settings in order to acquire the relationship between the building and the surrounding environment. Also; they have to propose different alternatives and compares them to choose the appropriate environmental design in innovative and creative manner consistent with the concept of green architecture.

 

The engineering graduate of the program will be able to:

  1. Apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering concepts to the solution of engineering
  2. Design a system; component and process to meet the required needs within realistic constraints.
  3. Design and conduct experiments as well as analyze and interpret
  4. Identify, formulate and solve fundamental engineering
  5. Use the techniques, skills, and appropriate engineering tools, necessary for engineering practice and project
  6. Work effectively within multi-disciplinary
  7. Communicate effectively.
  8. Consider the impacts of engineering solutions on society &
  9. Demonstrate knowledge of contemporary engineering
  10. Display professional and ethical responsibilities; and contextual understanding
  11. Engage in self- and life- long
  12. Demonstrate investigative skills, attention to details, and visualize/conceptual
  13. Adopt a holistic problem solving approach for complex, ambiguous, and open-ended challenges and
  14. Demonstrate knowledge of cultural diversity, differences and the impact of a building on community character and
  15. Address urban issues, planning and community needs through design
  16. Recognize the new role of architectural engineer as the leader of design projects –who has the ability to understand, assemble and coordinate all of the disciplines – to create a sustainable

2.  Energy and Renewable Energies Engineering Program

6.1  Program Objectives

The program aims to graduate energy engineers who are able to analyze and design elements and renewable systems that attain the design purposes and to ensure the safety and clean energy. Their work focuses on the safety, economic and environmental aspects.

 

The engineering graduate of the program will be able to:

  1. Apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering concepts to the solution of engineering
  2. Design a system; component and process to meet the required needs within realistic constraints.
  3. Design and conduct experiments as well as analyze and interpret
  4. Identify, formulate and solve fundamental engineering
  5. Use the techniques, skills, and appropriate engineering tools, necessary for engineering practice and project
  6. Work effectively within multi-disciplinary
  7. Communicate effectively.
  8. Consider the impacts of engineering solutions on society &
  9. Demonstrate knowledge of contemporary engineering
  10. Display professional and ethical responsibilities; and contextual understanding
  11. Engage in self- and life- long
  12. Evaluate the sustainability and environmental issues related to mechanical power
  13. Use energy
  14. Apply industrial
  15. Apply and integrate knowledge, understanding and skills of different subjects and available computer software to solve real problems in industries and power
  16. Lead or supervise a group of engineers, technicians and work
  17. Carry out preliminary designs of fluid transmission and new and renewable energy systems, investigate their performance and solve their essential operational
  18. Design, operate and maintain internal combustion, steam engines and new and renewable energy systems

3.  Mechatronics Engineering Program

7.1  Program Objectives

The program aims to graduate mechatronics engineers who are able to analyze and design elements and mechatronics systems that attain the design purposes and to ensure the safety and economical aspects.

 

The engineering graduate of the program will be able to:

  1. Apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering concepts to the solution of engineering
  2. Design a system; component and process to meet the required needs within realistic constraints.
  3. Design and conduct experiments as well as analyze and interpret
  4. Identify, formulate and solve fundamental engineering
  5. Use the techniques, skills, and appropriate engineering tools, necessary for engineering practice and project
  6. Work effectively within multi-disciplinary
  7. Communicate effectively.
  8. Consider the impacts of engineering solutions on society &
  9. Demonstrate knowledge of contemporary engineering
  10. Display professional and ethical responsibilities; and contextual understanding
  11. Engage in self- and life- long
  12. Demonstrate and apply knowledge and skills necessary to analyse mechatronic systems involving sensors, actuators and control
  13. Demonstrate a systematic knowledge and understanding of mathematics and engineering science that underpins the discipline of mechanical, electrical, electronic and software engineering
  14. Apply knowledge and skills needed to design and maintain mechatronic systems
  15. Establish an entry point for post-graduate study in Egypt
  16. Communicate effectively and undertake continuing professional

4.  Structural Engineering Program

5.1  Program Aims

The program aims to graduate structural engineers who are able to analyze and design elements and structural systems that attain the design purposes and to ensure the safety and comfort of users. Their work focuses on the safety, economic and environmental aspects. Structural engineer working on creating and design powerful structures that resist permanent loads as  well as temporary loads resulting from wind, earthquakes and heat to prevent any structural problems.

 

The engineering graduate of the program will be able to:

  1. Apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering concepts to the solution of engineering
  2. Design a system; component and process to meet the required needs within realistic constraints.
  3. Design and conduct experiments as well as analyze and interpret
  4. Identify, formulate and solve fundamental engineering
  5. Use the techniques, skills, and appropriate engineering tools, necessary for engineering practice and project
  6. Work effectively within multi-disciplinary
  7. Communicate effectively.
  8. Consider the impacts of engineering solutions on society &
  9. Demonstrate knowledge of contemporary engineering
  10. Display professional and ethical responsibilities; and contextual understanding
  11. Engage in self- and life- long
  12. Act professionally in design and supervision of structural engineering
  13. n) Design, construct and protect excavations and underground structures, for different purposes
  14. m) Use the codes of practice of structural engineering disciplines effectively and professionally
  15. Select appropriate building materials from the perspective of strength, durability, suitability of use to environmental and loading conditions
  16. Design and construct structures for protection against dangers of unexpected natural events such as floods, earthquakes and
  17. Develop and review drawings and specifications for structural engineering
  18. Implement computer-aided design (CAD) to simulate structural behavior under various working
  19. Inspect defects and damages in existing structures and recommend options for repair or demolition
  20. Design and construct adequate maintenance and repair systems
  21. Implement quality assurance and quality control systems in engineering
  22. Lead and supervise a group of engineers and site

Degrees

 

Courses

Program Objectives

Architecture program aims to graduate architects which are specialized in environmental design

with a multidisciplinary background. Students are trained to deal with architectural problems in different  environments,  so  that  they  can  realize  the  relation  between  the  building  and  the surrounding environment, suggest different alternatives then compare them to define the appropriate environmental design in an innovative and creative way, suited the concept of green architecture.

 

University Requirements (Compulsory 10 credit hours + Elective 6 credit hours)

First level

Prerequisit e Hours per week Cr.hrs Course Title Code
Lab Exc Lec
)3( Third semester
4 1 3 Visual formation and

fundamentals of design

 

ARC 111

2 2 Theories of Architecture )1( ARC 121
4 1 3 Building construction )1( ARC 131
2 2 Introduction to

environmental science

ARC 142
3 2 3 Building materials CIV 140
2 1 2 Statistics BAS x51
2 2 Humanities Elective)1( HUM xxx
3 11 11 11
)4(Fourth semester
2 3 2 3 Skiagraphy & Perspective ARC 112
2 2 History of Architecture )1( ARC 122
ARC 131 4 1 3 Building construction )2( ARC 132
ARC 111  

 

8

 

 

4

Architectural Design Studio

)1(

ARC 151
3 1 2 Surveying CIV 111
2 2 Human Rights HUM 111
2 2 Humanities Elective )2( HUM xxx
3 14 11 11

Second level

Prerequisite Hours per week Cr.hrs Course Title Code
Lab Exc Lec
)5( Fifth semester
2 2 History of Architecture )2( ARC 223
ARC 132 4 1 3 Building construction (3) ARC 233
ARC 142 2 1 2 Thermal environment

Control

ARC 222
ARC 151 8 4 Architectural Design Studio

(2)

ARC 252
2 2 3 Structural Analysis CIV 221
2 1 2 Scientific thinking and

Technical Report Writing

Skills

HUM x14
2 2 Humanities Elective (3) HUM xxx
11 9 11
)6( Sixth  semester
 

ARC 121

 

 

 

2

2 Theory of Architecture (2)  

ARC 224

2 1 2 Acoustics in Architecture ARC 242
 

ARC 222

 

2 2 3 Principals of Green

Architecture

 

ARC 244

 

ARC 252

 

 

8

 

4 Architectural Design Studio

)3(

ARC 253
 

CIV 221

 

 

2

 

2

3 Concrete Structure  

CIV 231

 

 

2

 

1

2 Sanitary Installations in

Buildings

 

CIV 241

2  

1

2 Communication and

Presentation skills

 

HUM x13

11 9 11

Third Level

 

Prerequisit e

Hours per week  

Cr.hrs

 

 

Course Title

 

 

Code

Lab Exc Lec
)7(seventh semester
2 2 History of Islamic Architecture  

ARC 325

 

ARC 233

4 1 3 Working Drawings )1)  

ARC 334

ARC 244

ARC 253

8 4 Architectural Design Studio )4(  

ARC 354

 

CIV 221

 

 

2

 

2

 

3

Steel Structures  

CIV 322

 

 

 

2

 

2

Electrical installations and

lighting in buildings

 

ARC 241

2 2 Engineering Economics  

BAS x61

2 1 2 Specialized course Elective (1)  

ARC xxx

11 11 11
)1( Eighth  semester
 

ARC 244

2 1 2 Building Economics  

ARC 314

 

ARC 334

4 1 3 Working Drawings (2)  

ARC 335

 

ARC 354

8 4 Architectural Design Studio )5(  

ARC 355

2 2 3 Urban Design  

ARC 362

2 2 New and Renewable Energy  

ARC 321

2 1 2 Specialized course Elective (2)  

ARC xxx

ARC 244 2 1 2 Buildings  Evaluation Codes ARC 448
11 1 11

Fourth Level

 

Prerequisit e

Hours per week  

Cr.hrs

 

 

Course Title

 

 

Code

Lab Exc Lec
)9( Ninth  semester
 

ARC 244

 

3

 

 

2

 

3

Building Performance

Simulation

 

ARC 415

 

 

2

 

2

 

3

Assessment of structure Life

Cycle

 

ARC 441

 

ARC 355

 

 

8

 

 

4

Architectural               Design

Studio  )6(

 

ARC 456

 

 

2

 

2

 

3

Specialized course Elective

(3)

 

ARC xxx

 

ARC 335

4 1 3 Working Drawings (3)  

ARC  435

 

ARC 355

4 2 Project (1)  

ARC 491

3 11 11 11
)10( Tenth  semester
 

ARC 335

2 2 3 Work Documents  

ARC 471

 

 

 

2

 

2

Legislations and Professional

Ethics

 

HUM x21

 

ARC 222

 

 

 

2

 

2

Mechanical installations in

buildings

 

BAS 343

2 1 2 Project Management  

CIV 473

 

 

2

 

2

 

3

Specialized course Elective

(4)

 

 

ARC xxx

 

 

2

 

2

 

3

Specialized course Elective

(5)

 

 

ARC xxx

 

ARC 491

8 4 Project (2)  

ARC 492

11 11 19

THE DEAN’S WELCOME NOTE

Professor Dr. Eng. Ahmed Moussa Abdelrahman Mohamed Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Badr  University in Cairo (BUC)

Professor Dr. Eng. Ahmed Moussa Abdelrahman Mohamed Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Badr University in Cairo (BUC)

My dear students, colleagues, parents and partners of success from industry, society and educational institutions, local and international, I would like to express my pride in affiliating to this edifice of education, the Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Badr University in Cairo (BUC), and leading its team of professors, assistants, students and staff. We work with passion, integrity, and dedication to achieve the Faculty vision for excellence and scientific leadership in the various fields of engineering, and the Faculty mission for providing the community with qualified graduates able to develop the country and lead its progress and prosperity, as well as capable of succeeding and competing locally, regionally and internationally..

Accordingly, the Faculty of Engineering and Technology has endeavoured to recruit the best faculty members and teaching assistants; equip the latest laboratories and workshops; and create a scientific and educational environment based on professionalism, participation, interaction, teamwork; encourage students for self-learning, research, creativity, innovation, leadership, and entrepreneurship; and provide quality educational service that satisfies national and intentional reference standards for quality assurance of education.

The Faculty has also practiced openness with society, industry and the world, as well as partnering with prestigious local and international institutions, colleges and universities; providing technical and technological support to all sectors of society; and contributing effectively in the development and progress of the nation.


The Faculty is committed to institutionalization, transparency and professionalism in work; and is keen on excellence, innovation, and creating a model for modern educational institutions. The Faculty expresses its gratitude and appreciation to the BUC administration and the Board of Trustees for their full and continuous support to provide the necessary resources and means for excellence and sophistication.

Lastly, it is my sincere wishes to welcome you and to continue the progress of our beloved Faculty and our dear Nation.

Professor Dr. Eng. Ahmed Moussa Abdelrahman Mohamed

Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Badr  University in Cairo (BUC)

Educational Resources and Facilities of Faculty of Engineering and Technology 2017-2018*

Serial Hall No. Function Capacity
(No of Students)
Size
(m2)
Department Remarks
1 ( 201-202 ) Lecture Hall (LH) 150 180 ALL
2 ( 203-204 ) Lecture Hall (LH) 150 180 ALL
3 ( 205 ) Class Room (CR) 30 60 ALL
4 ( 206 ) Class Room (CR) 30 50 ALL
5 ( 208 ) Class Room (CR) 30 50 ALL
6 ( 213 ) Drawing Hall (DH) 40 100 ALL
7 ( 214-215 ) Drawing Hall (DH) 49 110 ALL
8 ( 216 – 217 ) Computer Lab (CL) 35 100 ALL
9 ( 209 ) Library Room 20 60 ALL
10 ( 327-328 ) مركز امتحانات دولي جاري تأسيسه 35 100 ALL
11 ( 310-311 ) Stdudent Gallery 40 100 ALL
12 ( 001 ) Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics Lab 25 200 Civil Engineering
13 ( 009 ) Soil Mechanics and Roadways Lab 25 250 Civil Engineering مستخدم مؤقتا بكلية الفنون ويلزم اخلاءه لوضع الأجهزة الجارى توريدها
14 ( 013 ) Reinforced Concrete Lab 25 200 Civil Engineering
15 ( 014 ) Strength of Materials Lab 25 140 Civil Engineering
16 ( 118 ) Structural Mechanics and Statics Lab 25 100 Civil Engineering
17 ( 116 ) Surveying Lab 25 90 Civil Engineering
18 ( 222-223 ) Drawing Hall (DH) 38 130 Architectural Engineering
19 ( 225-226 ) Drawing Hall (DH) 38 130 Architectural Engineering
20 ( 002 ) Combustion Lab 25 200 Mechanical Engineering مستخدم مؤقتا بكلية الفنون ويلزم اخلاءه لوضع الأجهزة الجارى توريدها
21 ( 220-221 ) Engineering Measurements Lab 25 100 Mechanical Engineering
22 ( 318-319 ) Z.K. Robots Lab 30 100 Mechanical Engineering
23 ( 218-219) Electrical Measurements Lab 25 90 Electrical Engineering
24 ( 111 ) Petrochemical Lab 25 90 Basic Sciences

*Shown resources are those used by students till end of academic year 2017-2018; and additional resources should be assigned to the Faculty of Engineering
and Technology to accommodate the educational resources needed by the newly admitted students in the academic year 2018-2019 as listed below in the shared resources

Educational Resources and Facilities of Faculty of Engineering and Technology Shared With Faculty of Applied Arts

Serial Hall No. Function Capacity
(No of Students)
Size
(m2)
Department Remarks
1 ( 139 ) Lecture Hall (LH) 200 270 ALL
2 ( 345 ) Lecture Hall (LH) 200 270 ALL لم يتم التخصيص ومطلوب سرعة اتمام ذلك
3 ( 303-304 ) Lecture Hall (LH) 150 180 ALL لم يتم التخصيص ومطلوب سرعة اتمام ذلك
4 ( 301-302 ) Lecture Hall (LH) 150 180 ALL لم يتم التخصيص ومطلوب سرعة اتمام ذلك
5 ( 305 ) Class Room (CR) 30 60 ALL لم يتم التخصيص ومطلوب سرعة اتمام ذلك
6 ( 306 ) Class Room (CR) 30 50 ALL لم يتم التخصيص ومطلوب سرعة اتمام ذلك
7 ( 307 ) Class Room (CR) 25 60 Architectural Engineering مطلوب التخصيص لاستكمال موارد الكلية
8 ( 308 ) Class Room (CR) 30 50 ALL لم يتم التخصيص ومطلوب سرعة اتمام ذلك
9 ( 309 ) Class Room (CR) 30 50 ALL لم يتم التخصيص ومطلوب سرعة اتمام ذلك
10 ( 329 ) Class Room (CR) 30 50 ALL لم يتم التخصيص ومطلوب سرعة اتمام ذلك
11 ( 330 ) Class Room (CR) 30 50 ALL لم يتم التخصيص ومطلوب سرعة اتمام ذلك
12 ( 313 ) Drawing Hall (DH) 42 100 ALL لم يتم التخصيص ومطلوب سرعة اتمام ذلك
13 ( 314 ) Drawing Hall (DH) 48 100 ALL لم يتم التخصيص ومطلوب سرعة اتمام ذلك
14 ( 316 ) Drawing Hall (DH) 30 50 ALL لم يتم التخصيص ومطلوب سرعة اتمام ذلك
15 ( 322-323 ) Drawing Hall (DH) 40 100 ALL لم يتم التخصيص ومطلوب سرعة اتمام ذلك
16 ( 324-325 ) Drawing Hall (DH) 40 130 ALL لم يتم التخصيص ومطلوب سرعة اتمام ذلك
17 ( 307 ) Lab 25 50 ALL لم يتم التخصيص ومطلوب سرعة اتمام ذلك
18 ( 320-321 ) Lab 35 100 ALL لم يتم التخصيص ومطلوب سرعة اتمام ذلك
19 ( 109 ) Chemistry Lab 25 90 Basic Sciences
20 ( 120-121 ) Physics Lab 25 130 Basic Sciences
21 ( 123-124 ) Physics Lab 25 130 Basic Sciences
22 ( 227 ) Computer Lab (CL) 30 50 Electrical Engineering

 

 

PRG

 

Lev

 

#

 

Code

 

English Title

 

Arabic Title

 

Cred

 

Stat

 

Sem

FIN

Grd

MID

Grd

PRC

Grd

ORL

Grd

CRW

Grd

FIN

Hrs

MID

Hrs

FRE 0 1 BAS 012 Mathematics (2) رياضيات (2) 3 CP 2 50 20 X X 30 3 2
FRE 0 2 BAS 022 Physics (2)

فيزياء  (2)

3 CP 2 50 15 10 X 25 3 2
FRE 0 3 BAS 023 Computer Programming (1) برمجة حاسب (1) 2 CP 2 50 15 15 X 20 2 1
FRE 0 4 BAS 032 Mechanics (2) ميكانيكا (2) 3 CP 2 50 15 10 X 25 3 2
FRE 0 5 BAS 033 Production Engieering هندسة الانتاج 3 CP 2 50 15 10 X 25 3 2
FRE 0 6 HUM 012 English Language لغة انجليزية 2 CP 2 60 20 X X 20 2 1
FRE 0 7 HUM X25 Engineering History and Introduction to Engineering Sciences تاريخ الهندسة ومدخل علوم الهندسة 2 CP 2 60 20 X X 20 2 1
FRE 0* 1 BAS 011 Mathematics (1) رياضيات (1) 3 CP 1 50 20 X X 30 3 2
FRE 0* 2 BAS 021 Physics (1)

فيزياء (1)

3 CP 1 50 15 10 X 25 3 2
FRE 0* 3 BAS 031 Mechanics (1) ميكانيكا (1) 3 CP 1 50 20 X X 30 3 2
FRE 0* 4 BAS 061 Engineering Drawing and Projection رسم هندسى وإسقاط 4 CP 1 50 20 X X 30 4 3
STR 1 1 CIV 111 Surveying (1) مساحة (1) 3 CP 2 50 15 10 X 25 3 2
STR 1 2 CIV 122 Analysis of Structures (2) تحليل منشأت (2) 3 CP 2 50 20 X X 30 3 2
STR 1 3 CIV 142 Properties and Testing of Building Materials (2) خواص مواد البناء واختبارها (2) 3 CP 2 50 20 X X 30 3 2
STR 1 4 CIV 171 Fluid Mechanics ميكانيكا الموانع 3 CP 2 50 20 X X 30 3 2
STR 1 5 ARC 130 Building Construction إنشاء مبانى 2 CP 2 50 20 X X 30 3 2
STR 2 1 CIV 213 Surveying (3) مساحة (3) 3 CP 2 50 15 10 X 25 3 2
STR 2 2 CIV 224 Analysis of Structures (4) تحليل منشأت (4) 3 CP 2 50 20 X X 30 3 2
STR 2 3 CIV 252 Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures (2) تصميم منشأت خرسانية (2) 3 CP 2 50 20 X X 30 3 2
STR 2 4 CIV 263 Soil Mechanics (2) ميكانيكا التربة (2) 3 CP 2 50 20 X X 30 3 2
STR 2 5 CIV 264 Principles of Hydraulics مبادىء الهيدروليكا 2 CP 2 50 20 X X 30 2 2
STR 2 6 CIV 265 Environmental and Sanitary Engineering هندسة صحية وبيئية 3 CP 2 50 20 X X 30 3 2
ARC 1 1 ARC 122 History of Architecture (1) تاريخ عمارة (1) 2 CP 2 50 20 X X 30 2 1
ARC 1 2 ARC 132 Building Construction (2) إنشاء معمارى (2) 3 CP 2 50 20 X X 30 4 2
ARC 1 3 ARC 142 Introduction to Environmental Sciences مقدمة فى العلوم البينية 2 CP 2 50 20 X X 30 2 1
ARC 1 4 ARC 151 Architectural Design Studio (1) ستوديو تصميم معمارى (1) 4 CP 2 50 20 X X 30 6 3
ARC 1 5 CIV 140 Building Materials مواد بناء 3 CP 2 50 20 X X 30 3 2
ARC 1* 1 CIV 110 Surveying مساحة 2 CP 1 50 15 10 X 25 2 2

 

PRG Lev # Code English Title Arabic Title Cred Stat Sem FIN

Grd

MID

Grd

PRC

Grd

ORL

Grd

CRW

Grd

FIN

Hrs

MID

Hrs

ARC 1* 2 ARC 121 Theories of Architecture (1) نظريات عمارة (1) 2 CP 1 50 20 X X 30 2 1
ARC 2 1 ARC 224 Theories of Architecture (2) نظريات عمارة (2) 2 CP 2 50 20 X X 30 2 1
ARC 2 2 ARC 242 Acoustics in Architecture الصوتيات فى العمارة 2 CP 2 50 20 X X 30 2 1
ARC 2 3 ARC 244 Principles of Green Architecture مبادىء العمارة الخضراء 3 CP 2 50 20 X X 30 3 2
ARC 2 4 ARC 253 Architectural Design Studio (3) ستوديو تصميم معمارى (3) 4 CP 2 50 20 X X 30 6 3
ARC 2 5 CIV 231 Concrete Structures منشآت خرسانية 3 CP 2 50 20 X X 30 3 2
ARC 2 6 CIV 241 Sanitary Installations in Buildings التركيبات الصحية فى المبانى 2 CP 2 50 20 X X 30 2 2
ENR 1 1 MEC 141 Sources of Renewable Energy مصادر الطاقة المتجددة 2 CP 2 50 20 X X 30 2 2
ENR 1 2 MEC 142 Energy Conversion تحويل طاقة 3 CP 2 50 20 X X 30 3 2
ENR 1 3 MEC 143 Manufacturing Techniques تقنيات التصنيع 2 CP 2 50 15 10 X 25 2 2
ENR 1 4 ELE 112 Electrical Measurements قياسات كهربية 3 CP 2 50 15 10 X 25 3 2
ENR 1 5 ELE 151 Electromagnetic Fields مجالات كهرومغناطيسية 2 CP 2 50 20 X X 30 2 2
ENR 2 1 MEC 233 Control Systems نظم التحكم 3 CP 2 50 15 10 X 25 3 2
ENR 2 2 MEC 252 Engineering Measurements قياسات هندسية 3 CP 2 50 15 10 X 25 3 2
ENR 2 3 MEC 264 Machines Theory نظرية آلات 3 CP 2 50 20 X X 30 3 2
ENR 2 4 ELE 255 Electrical Power Engineering هندسة القوى الكهربية 3 CP 2 50 15 10 X 25 3 2
ENR 2 5 ELE 256 Electrical Machines (2) آلات كهربية (2) 3 CP 2 50 15 10 X 25 3 2
MEC 1 6 MEC 121 Fluid Mechanics ميكانيكا الموانع 3 CP 2 50 15 10 X 25 3 2
MEC 1 1 MEC 131 Stress Analysis تحليل إجهادات 3 CP 2 50 20 X X 30 3 2
MEC 1 2 MEC 132 Cutting Materials and Digital Operating Machines ميكانيكا التشغيل الرقمية وقطع المواد 3 CP 2 50 15 10 X 25 3 2
MEC 1 3 COM 122 Logical Design التصميم المنطقى 3 CP 2 50 15 10 X 25 3 2
MEC 1 4 COM 123 Computer Programming (2) برمجة الحاسب (2) 3 CP 2 50 15 15 X 20 3 2
UNV 1 1 HUM 111 Human Rights حقوق الإنسان 2 CP 2 60 20 X X 20 2 1
UNV 1 2 HUM X16 Decision Making and Problem Solving Skills مهارات حل المشكلات وإتخاذ القرار 2 EL 2 60 20 X X 20 2 1
UNV 2 3 HUM X13 Communication and Presentation Skills مهارات الاتصال والعرض الفعال 2 CP 2 60 20 X X 20 2 1

 

Exam Schedules

Freshman Courses ‐ Level 0
DAY DATE TIME Exam

Hours

COURSE

CODE No

Stud

LOCATION
Saturday 17/03/2018 9:30 ‐ 11:30 am 2 Mechanics (2) BAS 032 124 H213 (40) ‐ H215 (49) H222 (40)
9:30 ‐ 11:30 am 2 Mechanics (1) BAS 031 56 H203
Sunday 18/03/2018 10:00 ‐ 11:00 am 1 English Language HUM 012 156 H213 (40) ‐ H215 (49) H222 (40) ‐ H203
12:30 ‐ 1:30 pm  

1

Engineering History & Introd to Engineering Sciences HUM x25 165 H213 (40) ‐ H215 (49) H222 (40) ‐ H203
Monday 19/03/2018 9:30 ‐ 11:30 am 2 Mathematics (2) BAS 012 110 H213 (40) ‐ H215 (49) H222 (40)
9:30 ‐ 11:30 am 2 Mathematics (1) BAS011 56 H203
Tuesday 20/03/2018 9:30 ‐ 11:30 am 2 Production Engineering BAS 033 168 H213 (40) ‐ H215 (49) H222 (40) ‐ H203
Wednesday 21/03/2018 10:00 ‐ 11:00 am 1 Computer Programming (1) BAS 023 127 H213 (40) ‐ H215 (49) H222 (40)
12:30 ‐ 3:30 pm 3 Engineering Drawing and

Projection

BAS 061 29 H213 (40)
Thursday 22/03/2018 9:30 ‐ 11:30 am 2 Physics (2) BAS 022 135 H213 (40) ‐ H215 (49) H222 (40)
1:30 ‐ 3:30 pm 2 Physics (1) BAS 021 46 H203
University Courses ‐ All Levels
DAY DATE TIME Exam

Hours

COURSE CODE No

Stud

HALLS
Saturday 17/03/2018 12:00 ‐ 1:00 pm 1 Communication and

Presentation Skills

HUM X13 17 H213 (40)
Thursday 22/03/2018 12:00 ‐ 1:00 pm 1 Human Rights HUM 111 83 H203 ‐ H201
2:00 ‐ 3:00 pm 1 Decision Making and Problem

Solving Skills

HUM X16 70 H213 (40) ‐ H226 (38)
Structural Engineering Courses ‐ Level 1
DAY DATE TIME Exam

Hours

COURSE CODE No

Stud

HALLS
Saturday 17/03/2018 1:30 ‐ 3:30 pm 2 Fluid Mechanics CIV 171 34 H203
Sunday 18/03/2018 1:30 ‐ 3:30 pm 2 Surveying (1) CIV 111 36 H203
Monday 19/03/2018 1:30 ‐ 3:30 pm 2 Building Construction ARC 130 31 H213 (40)
Tuesday 20/03/2018 1:30 ‐ 3:30 pm 2 Analysis of Structures (2) CIV 122 33 H203
Wednesday 21/03/2018 1:30 ‐ 3:30 pm 2 Properties and Testing of

Building Materials (2)

CIV 142 39 H203
Structural Engineering Courses ‐ Level 2
DAY DATE TIME Exam

Hours

COURSE CODE No

Stud

HALLS
Saturday 17/03/2018 9:30 ‐ 11:30 am 2 Principles of Hydraulics CIV 264 12 H226 (38)
Sunday 18/03/2018 9:30 ‐ 11:30 am 2 Surveying (3) CIV 213 11 H226 (38)
Monday 19/03/2018 9:30 ‐ 11:30 am 2 Analysis of Structures (4) CIV 224 9 H226 (38)
Tuesday 20/03/2018 9:30 ‐ 11:30 am 2 Environmental and Sanitary

Engineering

CIV 265 9 H226 (38)
Wednesday 21/03/2018 9:30 ‐ 11:30 am 2 Soil Mechanics (2) CIV 263 12 H226 (38)
Thursday 22/03/2018 9:30 ‐ 11:30 am 2 Design of Reinforced

Concrete Structures (2)

CIV 252 10 H226 (38)
Architecture Courses ‐ Level 1
DAY DATE TIME Exam

Hours

COURSE CODE No

Stud

HALLS
Saturday 17/03/2018 1:30 ‐ 3:30 pm 2 Building Construction (2) ARC 132 21 H226 (38)
Sunday 18/03/2018 1:30 ‐ 2:30 pm 1 History of Architecture (1) ARC 122 17 H226 (38)
1:30 ‐ 3:30 pm 2 Surveying CIV 110 3 H226 (38)
Monday 19/03/2018 1:30 ‐ 2:30 pm 1 Introduction to Environmental

Sciences

ARC 142 18 H226 (38)
Tuesday 20/03/2018 12:30 ‐ 3:30 pm 3 Architectural Design Studio (1) ARC 151 15 H226 (38)
Wednesday 21/03/2018 1:30 ‐ 3:30 pm 2 Building Materials CIV 140 13 H201
1:30 ‐ 2:30 pm 1 Theories of Architecture (1) ARC 121 7 H203
Architecture Courses ‐ Level 2
DAY DATE TIME Exam

Hours

COURSE CODE No

Stud

HALLS
Saturday 17/03/2018 9:30 ‐ 11:30 am 2 Concrete Structures CIV 231 6 H226 (38)
Sunday 18/03/2018 12:00 ‐ 1:00 pm 1 Acoustics in Architecture ARC 242 6 H226 (38)
Monday 19/03/2018 9:30 ‐ 12:30 pm 3 Architectural Design Studio (3) ARC 253 5 H226 (38)
Tuesday 20/03/2018 9:30 ‐ 11:30 am 2 Sanitary Installations in

Buildings

CIV 241 5 H226 (38)
Wednesday 21/03/2018 9:30 ‐ 10:30 am 1 Theories of Architecture (2) ARC 224 5 H226 (38)
Thursday 22/03/2018 9:30 ‐ 11:30 am 2 Principles of Green

Architecture

ARC 244 6 H226 (38)
Energy & Renewable Energies Engineering Courses ‐ Level 1
DAY DATE TIME Exam

Hours

COURSE CODE No

Stud

HALLS
Saturday 17/03/2018 1:30 ‐ 3:30 pm 2 Electromagnetic Fields ELE 151 18 H201
Sunday 18/03/2018 1:30 ‐ 3:30 pm 2 Manufacturing Techniques MEC 143 17 H201
Monday 19/03/2018 1:30 ‐ 3:30 pm 2 Sources of Renewable Energy MEC 141 15 H201
Tuesday 20/03/2018 1:30 ‐ 3:30 pm 2 Electrical Measurements ELE 112 15 H201
Wednesday 21/03/2018 1:30 ‐ 3:30 pm 2 Energy Conversion MEC 142 16 H201
Energy & Renewable Energies Engineering Courses ‐ Level 2
DAY DATE TIME Exam

Hours

COURSE CODE No

Stud

HALLS
Sunday 18/03/2018 9:30 ‐ 11:30 am 2 Engineering Measurements MEC 252 4 H226 (38)
Monday 19/03/2018 9:30 ‐ 11:30 am 2 Electrical Machines (2) ELE 256 3 H226 (38)
Tuesday 20/03/2018 9:30 ‐ 11:30 am 2 Electrical Power Engineering ELE 255 5 H226 (38)
Wednesday 21/03/2018 9:30 ‐ 11:30 am 2 Machines Theory MEC 264 4 H226 (38)
Thursday 22/03/2018 9:30 ‐ 11:30 am 2 Control Systems MEC 233 6 H226 (38)
Mechatronics Engineering Courses ‐ Level 1
DAY DATE TIME Exam

Hours

COURSE CODE No

Stud

HALLS
Saturday 17/03/2018 1:30 ‐ 3:30 pm 2 Stress Analysis MEC 131 17 H201
Sunday 18/03/2018 1:30 ‐ 3:30 pm 2 Cutting Materials and Digital

Operating Machines

MEC 132 16 H201
Monday 19/03/2018 1:30 ‐ 3:30 pm 2 Fluid Mechanics MEC 121 16 H201
Tuesday 20/03/2018 1:30 ‐ 3:30 pm 2 Logical Design COM 122 16 H201
Wednesday 21/03/2018 1:30 ‐ 3:30 pm 2 Computer Programming (2) COM 123 13 H201


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