Offer high quality education to prepare competitive engineers for a successful career, conduct state-of-the-art research to provide service to the university, engineering profession, and the public.
|1.Mission||Civil Engineering||Civil Engineering||1|
The Department of Civil Engineering will excel in undergraduate and graduate teaching, in research in all sub-areas of civil engineering, and in service to the public. The Department will make significant contributions to the economic development of the region and nation.
|2.Vision||Civil Engineering||Civil Engineering||1|
To be one of the leading Departments of Chemical Engineering in Jordan and the Arab world where the fundamentals of science, the principles of chemical engineering, and the highest professional and moral conduct are fused into multi-disciplinary teaching and research programs aiming at producing world-class graduates and research.
|2.Vision||Chemical Engineering||Chemical Engineering||5|
Our mission is to provide students with a quality chemical engineering education, provide services, and carry out basic and applied research. The program mission is in full agreement with stated University and College missions.
|1.Mission||Chemical Engineering||Chemical Engineering||5|
To provide students with the sound mechanical engineering education (knowledge, skills, and attitudes) that enables them to assume a leadership role in promoting proper engineering practice in professional, ethical, environmental, sustainability, and life-long learning frames, advance the understanding and application of mechanical engineering principles through partnership with local industry, and improve the quality of life of Jordanians through teaching, research, and outreach programs.
|1.Mission||Mechanical Engineering||Mechanical Engineering||4|
To become a nationally and regionally recognized Department of Mechanical Engineering for its outstanding education, research, partnership with local industry, and outreach programs, and be renowned for the high quality of its graduates.
|2.Vision||Mechanical Engineering||Mechanical Engineering||4|
1- Implement the best practices in teaching and learning in both undergraduate and graduate programs to produce well educated, skilled, knowledgeable and talented industrial engineers in the fields of industrial management and manufacturing engineering to succeed and thrive successful industrial engineers. 2- Maintain a vital and value added research to create, interpret, apply and disseminate knowledge. 3- Provide valuable services to industry, society, and the industrial engineering profession. 4- Offer high quality continuous learning services to different stake holders and support lifelong success in industrial engineering profession and career development.
|1.Mission||Industrial Engineering||Industrial Engineering||6|
To be recognized internationally for offering distinguished industrial engineering education, research, and outreach programs
|2.Vision||Industrial Engineering||Industrial Engineering||6|
To be the region's innovative leader in providing excellent electrical engineering education and in conducting high quality fundamental and applied research.
|2.Vision||Electrical Engineering||Electrical Engineering||3|
To provide high quality education in electrical engineering disciplines, prepare graduates for diverse careers in electrical engineering, contribute to the country's economical development, meet the needs of the industry and society, and to bring faculty and staff a rewarding career in teaching and research.
|1.Mission||Electrical Engineering||Electrical Engineering||3|
To contribute to uplifting the engineering and technology in Jordan and the Arab world to an internationally renowned level.
|2.Vision||Mechatronics Engineering||Mechatronics Engineering||8|
The Mission of the program is to provide quality education, research, and community service in mechatronics that satisfy the needs of the local and regional industry.
|1.Mission||Mechatronics Engineering||Mechatronics Engineering||8|
To become a nationally and regionally leading computer engineering department recognized for its outstanding computer engineering education, research for the advancement of computer engineering knowledge and profession and partnership with local industry.
|2.Vision||Computer Engineering||Computer Engineering||7|
Program Educational Objectives:
Graduates of the ME program are expected to:
1. Apply the principles of math, science and engineering to solve a wide variety of technical problems.
2. Excel in designing products and systems that integrate contemporary engineering practices and modern tools to meet the societal, environmental and sustainability constraints.
3. Accept leadership roles, communicate effectively and behave professionally and ethically in multidisciplinary work environments.
4. Succeed in graduate studies, professional practice in local, regional and global markets and engage in continuous career development.
5. Engage in entrepreneurial activities that promote sustainable economic development.
Program outcomes (POs):
O1: An ability to apply knowledge of science, mathematics, multivariable calculus, differential equations, linear algebra, and mechanical engineering sciences.
O2: An ability to design and conduct experiment as well as to analyze and interpret data.
O3: An ability to design and realize physical systems, components or processes in both thermal and applied mechanical systems to meet desired needs within realistic constraints.
O4: An ability to communicate effectively and function in multidisciplinary teams.
O5: An ability to identify, formulate, model, analyze, and solve engineering problems.
O6: An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
O7: The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context and knowledge of contemporary issues.
O8: A recognition of the need for and ability to engage in life-long learning.
O9: An ability to use modern engineering techniques, skills and tools necessary for engineering practice.
O10: Familiarity with probability and statistics.
O11: An ability to engage in industrial practice in local, regional and global markets, to succeed in graduate studies, and to engage in entrepreneurial activities.
|3.Objectives||Mechanical Engineering||Mechanical Engineering||4|
Graduates of the chemical engineering program are expected within a few years of graduation to:
1. Demonstrate their ability to integrate and apply knowledge, skills, professional ethics and leadership at national, regional and global levels.
2. Demonstrate their ability to work successfully both independently and in team functioning effectively as responsible professionals.
3. Establish themselves as distinguished professionals in industry, academia and other related fields.
4. Develop themselves in post-graduate studies in chemical engineering or allied fields.
|3.Objectives||Chemical Engineering||Chemical Engineering||5|
1. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, statics, physics and engineering sciences. 2. An ability to design and conduct experiments, analyze and interpret data. 3. An ability to design efficient processes components to meet desired needs. 4. Ability to work within teams and be prospective managers. 5. Ability to understand, formulate, and solve problems related to industrial engineering in manufacturing and service sectors. 6. Understand ethical, professional, and social responsibilities. 7. Ability to efficiently use soft skills in communication. 8. Ability to relate industrial engineering education to social, economic and environmental contexts. 9. Ability to pursue engineering education out of the classroom . 10. Stay up to date with engineering knowledge and practice. 11. Use modern engineering software packages and other modern engineering techniques, skills, and tools to improve the practice of industrial engineering. 12. Acquired deep knowledge in quality management and its practices. 13. Demonstrate ability to manage production systems efficiently and effectively. 14. Demonstrate an ability to integrate knowledge related to product design manufacturing and material science.
|4.Goals||Industrial Engineering||Industrial Engineering||6|
Welcome to the Department of Civil Engineering at University of Jordan. The Department was established in the academic year 1976/1977. The Department of Civil Engineering offers programs leading to the Bachelor of Science (BS), Master of Science (MS) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degrees in the major area of Civil Engineering.
On this website you can learn about our exciting undergraduate programs in Civil Engineering. You can also learn about the faculty members in various fields. Information related to our graduate programs in Civil Engineering can be found in the College of Graduate Studies.
The Department of Civil Engineering is housed, along with other departments of Faculty of Engineering and Technology. The Faculty of Engineering and Technology provides first class research and teaching facilities. The close proximity of other departments, including many of the science departments at University of Jordan, fosters a climate of collaboration and most of our faculty members are involved in interdisciplinary research.
This is a time of great opportunity for civil engineers. Civil engineers have a major role in shaping our future and the world we live in. They deal, not only with the methodical and precise aspects of their work, but also with its community and financial impact. They seek creative solutions to complex issues facing the world today: engineering sustainable cities; designing, building and renewing the world's infrastructure; meeting growing energy and water demands; and preserving and protecting the environment.
Our emphasis on discipline and engineering fundamentals, along with design and communication prepares our graduates for ultimate learning and for diverse and motivating careers in the field. Our graduates are leaders in their profession, owning or managing construction engineering firms locally and abroad and participating in policy making decisions at the local, national and regional levels. Some have pursued careers in other disciplines. Others, at the graduate level, have gone on to become leading researchers and educators at academic institutions.
If you are interested in undergraduate or graduate study in the Department of Civil Engineering at University of Jordan, we would love to hear from you. We encourage you to browse and explore. If you would like additional information, please don't hesitate to contact us.
Our mission is to build the character and develop a multidimensional personality of future architects through structured education, to educate students for future architectural design practice through rigorous curricula, and to advance knowledge of the discipline to benefit the society locally, regionally, and internationally through scholarly research.
|1.Mission||Architecture Engineering||Architecture Engineering||2|
The Department of Architecture is an internationally acclaimed learning community engaging in exemplary architectural education, rigorous research and scholarship, and strengthening links to the professional and university communities, and the broader community.
The Department of Architecture is:
• Educating its students to become effective practitioner in the profession of architecture.
• Enriching the understanding of architecture as a broad humanistic and scientific discipline through sound training and multidisciplinary education.
• Creating community figures that are able to meet the demands of a changing profession with technical skills that are complemented by personal vision, ethical persuasiveness, and entrepreneurial drive.
• Advancing scholarly knowledge through research and active collaboration with professional and academic communities.
• Assisting the local community through mutual collaboration and addressing areas of communal interest.
|2.Vision||Architecture Engineering||Architecture Engineering||2|
Alongside, the main target of preparing our undergraduate students to address the issues of professional practice and the demands of the everyday architectural market, our Program focuses upon two broader schemas. The first schema is concerned with preparing our future architects to address the cultural, social, ecological, economic, and aesthetic conditions of contemporary architecture within the complexities of contemporary cities. While recognizing the influx of changes the discipline of architecture is going through in terms of theory, issues of architectural production and technological advances, sustainability and renewable energy, urbanity and city redevelopment are greatly affecting the architectural practice. Our Program is structured to prepare the students to creatively, critically, and effectively envision, design, and implement architectural and urban design projects that better address these issues. The second schema is concerned with the increasingly complex rule of the digital in producing the physical. As the disciplines of design in general and architecture in particular progressively embrace the transient domain of virtual space through electronically mediated design, it is all the more important for architects not only to grasp the material and technological means by which designs are both imagined and realized but also to utilize these means as resources of critical thinking.
|3.Objectives||Architecture Engineering||Architecture Engineering||2|
The educational program at the Civil Engineering Department prepares its students to:
1. Have the required knowledge and understanding of engineering fundamental for a successful engineering career.
2. Develop a well-balanced analytical skill as a foundation to pursue graduate studies.
3. Reflect an appropriate balance between the fundamental principles of civil engineering and their applications in real life problems.
4. Develop intellectual, personal, key transferable and practical skills that will enable them to make a valuable contribution to society.
5. Adapt to an evolving professional environment.
6. Demonstrate professional integrity and compliance with ethical standards.
|3.Objectives||Civil Engineering||Civil Engineering||1|
Program outcomes (POs):
O1: An ability to apply knowledge of science, mathematics, multivariable calculus, differential equations, linear algebra, and engineering sciences.
O2: An ability to design and conduct experiment, as well as, to analyze and interpret data.
O3: An ability to design and realize physical systems, components or processes in both thermal and applied mechanical systems to meet the desired needs within realistic constraints.
O4: An ability to communicate effectively and function in multidisciplinary teams.
O5: An ability to identify, formulate, model, analyze, and solve engineering problems.
O6: An ability to engage in industrial practice in local, regional and global markets, to succeed in graduate studies, and to engage in entrepreneurial activities.
O7: An ability to use modern engineering techniques, skills and tools necessary for engineering practice.
O8: The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context and knowledge of contemporary issues.
O9: Recognition of the need for and ability to engage in life-long learning.
|4.Goals||Civil Engineering||Civil Engineering||1|
PEO1: Graduates will contribute to the country's economic development and assume leadership role in industrial and academic local, regional and global institutions.
PEO2: Graduates will communicate effectively in multidisplinary environments, engage in self professional development and attainment of contemporary knowledge, and conduct duties professionally and ethically.
PEO3: Graduates will adapt to diverse careers and collaborate with others to solve problems with creative thinking.
|3.Objectives||Electrical Engineering||Electrical Engineering||3|
1. Applying knowledge of science, mathematics, multivariable calculus, differential equations, linear algebra, and electrical engineering science.
2. Identifying, formulating, modeling, analyzing, and solving different engineering problems.
3. Conducting, designing-based-on, analyzing, and interpreting different experimental data.
4. Engaging in practical electrical systems and in entrepreneurial activities.
5. Designing and realizing different physical systems, components, and processes in electrical systems to meet desired needs within realistic constraints.
6. Using modern engineering techniques, skills, and tools necessary for engineering practice.
7. Communicating and functioning effectively in multidisciplinary teams.
8. Recognition of the need-for and engaging in life-long learning.
9. Familiarity with probability and statistics.
|4.Goals||Electrical Engineering||Electrical Engineering||3|
Each Chemical Engineering student will demonstrate the following attributes by the time he/she graduates:
A. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science & engineering.
B. An ability to design & conduct experiments, as well as to analyze & interpret data.
C. An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs.
D. An ability to function in multi-disciplinary teams.
E. An ability to identify, formulate & solve engineering problems.
F. An understanding of professional & ethical responsibility.
G. An ability to communicate effectively.
H. The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global context .
I. A recognition of the need for & an ability to engage in life-long learning.
J. A knowledge of contemporary issues.
K. An ability to use the techniques, skills & modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.
|4.Goals||Chemical Engineering||Chemical Engineering||5|
Program Educations Objectives: A graduate of the B.Sc. Program should be able to perform the following efficiently and competitively:
1.Identify, model, analyze, and design mechatronics systems.
2.Demonstrate effective written and oral communication.
3.Exhibit teamwork, ethical responsibility and leadership when engaged in an engineering profession.
4.Conducting useful engineering research, life-long learning and self-criticism
|3.Objectives||Mechatronics Engineering||Mechatronics Engineering||8|
The Student Outcomes (SO): - A graduate of the B.Sc. program in mechatronics engineering shall understand/be able to/be knowledgeable of/ the following:
a)Applying the mathematical, scientific and engineering principles in solving engineering problems.
b)Design and conduct experiments using the scientific method, as well as collecting, analyzing and interpreting experimental data.
c)Design, construct (or supervise the construction of) a system or part of a system that fulfills a certain requirement.
d)Working with and/or leading a multidisciplinary team.
e)Identify, formulate and solve mechatronics engineering problems.
f)The professional and ethical responsibility.
g)Effective verbal and written communicate.
h)The social, economic, commercial, and environmental impact of engineering decisions.
i)Self-criticism and independent life-long learning.
j)The national, regional and international contemporary issues.
k)Use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools for engineering practice.
l)The interaction between mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, electronics, and software engineering in modern products and processes.
|4.Goals||Mechatronics Engineering||Mechatronics Engineering||8|
To produce graduates of computer engineering capable of designing and developing computing-based systems using the hardware skills of a computer engineer and the software skills of a computer scientist, and engaging in applied and basic research to explore and apply new knowledge for the welfare of society that contribute to the development of the information technology and computer engineering in Jordan.
|1.Mission||Computer Engineering||Computer Engineering||7|
PEO1. The graduates of the computer engineering program have successful professional careers as hardware, software, and/or network engineers .
PEO2. The graduates of the computer engineering program have demonstrated the ability of creative thinking, problem solving, teamwork, and effective communication under the umbrella of professional ethics.
PEO3. The graduates of computer engineering department have grown their knowledge and profession through life-long learning including awareness of contemporary issues and graduate studies.
|3.Objectives||Computer Engineering||Computer Engineering||7|
The Student Outcomes (SO) A graduate of the B.Sc. program in computer engineering shall understand/be able to/be knowledgeable of/ the following:
a. an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering
b. an ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data
c. an ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability
d. an ability to function on multidisciplinary teams
e. an ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems
f. an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility
g. an ability to communicate effectively (3g1 orally, 3g2 written)
h. the broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context
i. a recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning
j. a knowledge of contemporary issues
k. an ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.
|4.Goals||Computer Engineering||Computer Engineering||7|