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The curriculum provides a broad integrated education that serves as the basis for successful professional career. The curriculum also provides sound basis for continued professional development through informal studies, continuing education, and graduate study in specialized engineering fields.
UndergraduateCivil Engineering
Civil Engineering
  
The student of this program is introduced to advanced topics in hydraulics, hydrology and environmental engineering and studies. The total number of credit hours is 33 from which 9 are the thesis that is proposed by the student as a conclusion for study program.
PostgraduateCivil Engineering
Civil Engineering
  
PostgraduateCivil Engineering
Civil Engineering
  
This Masters program offers advanced knowledge in multiple aspects of transportation major of civil engineering. Examples: Transportation Systems and patterns, highway and traffic studies, transportation modeling and analysis, and several others. The total number of credit hours is 33 from which 9 are the thesis that is proposed by the student as a conclusion for study program. Graduates of the MSc in Civil Engineering/Transportation program have greater opportunity to advance through their career and best suited to fill higher ranked job positions in the transportation sector of CE.
PostgraduateCivil Engineering
Civil Engineering
  
PostgraduateCivil Engineering
Civil Engineering
  
The undergraduate Architecture curriculum is composed of 172 credit hours, requiring a minimum of five years for completion. Nine  weeks of  summer practical training is also  required. The Foundation Program stimulates a dialogue based on the student designer's attitudes, knowledge, and concerns in working with multiple scales of environmental design activity. Studies in Architecture Department begin with design theory and process, covering building design as an interactive investigation of human factors, environmental forces, and technology and focuses, during the fourth and fifth years, on building design and urban planning , the fifth-year thesis project
UndergraduateArchitecture Engineering
Architecture Engineering
  
The Master of Science in Architecture (M.sc) program is particularly appropriate for graduates with a B.sc professional degrees in architecture (or equivalent degrees in related fields). The program composed of 33 credit hours, 9 credit hours are a written thesis, requiring a minimum of two years for completion.
The program allows for interdisciplinary skill-building and new knowledge integration in order to advance design expertise beyond the generalist education of a professional degree. With focused subject matter, the program develops participants' skills in design thinking and analysis and innovative approaches to design practice.
PostgraduateArchitecture Engineering
Architecture Engineering
  
To obtain the B.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering the student must successfully complete 160 credit hours of coursework divided into three categories: University Requirements (27 credits), College Requirements (21 credits) and Department Requirements (112 credits). In addition, the student must complete a period of practical training in the industry in accordance with the regulations of the School of Engineering for training.

UndergraduateElectrical Engineering
Electrical Engineering
  

There are two options for obtaining an M.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering (Communications): a degree with a Thesis, or a degree with a Comprehensive Examination. The Thesis track consists of (24) credit hours of coursework and a thesis with the equivalent of nine credit hours. The Comprehensive Examination track consists of (33) credit hours of coursework and the requirement of passing a comprehensive examination. 

PostgraduateElectrical Engineering
Electrical Engineering
  
This is a 160 credit hours program that can take the students just after the high school knowledge up to a graduate mechanical engineer having a good career.
Basics of physics, mathematics, chemistry, economics, and electricity will be deeply acquired by the students. Engineering applications and sciences as thermodynamics, heat transfer, fluid mechanics, engineering design and drawing will be taught and practiced by the students. Specialization, in thermal systems and its applications of heating air conditioning, refrigeration, roto dynamics and internal combustion machines and others   can be adopted or specialization in applied mechanics of vibration, control systems, robotics and fluid power systems may be an other  path to follow.
Energy, energy conservation and renewable energy systems are given a good attention through out the curriculum.
UndergraduateMechanical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
  
This course is a 33 credit hours course. It includes 9 hours theses research work.
Deeper and advanced knowledge in mechanical engineering fields are offered to the students.
The student then can choose a supervisor, one of the faculty members at a chosen specialization, to supervise his research work. Around two semesters are required to finish the research and the writing up. The defense will be carried out in front of a committee, which can make sure of originality of the work contained in the theses.
PostgraduateMechanical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
  
Taking the specialization in mechanical engineering, in knowledge and research up to the front edge will be exhibited in the third degree course. This can be carried out either in thermal systems or in applied mechanics.
One year of full time research is needed at the end of a 26 credits and after passing a qualifying exam of two papers. The research will equal 24 credits and bring to the man kind knowledge, a new information, practice or method of analysis. A dissertation containing that research work will be defended in front a discussion specialized committee. Originality of the work is an essential issue during defense.
PostgraduateMechanical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
  
Chemical engineers are concerned with processes that make chemical species undergo changes in their chemical and/or physical composition, structure, energy content or physical state in order to produce valuable products.
The B.Sc program at the chemical engineering department at the university Jordan consists of 160 credit hours that provide basic knowledge in chemistry, physics, mathematics, economics and a strong core of engineering sciences and process design.
The program provides excellent preparation for careers in a wide range of industrial applications such as petrochemical refineries, petrochemical industries, medicine and related fields of safety, health science and environmental applications. Undergraduate research opportunities are available to familiarize students with research methodologies.
The research topics emphasize the basics of chemistry, engineering science and process design.
This research activity contributes to improving the knowledge of the chemical industry.  It requires careful engineering to reduce environmental contamination and to insure product quality and public safety.


Mission of Department
The mission of the Department is to provide Jordan and other Arab countries with highly skilled professionals in various Chemical Engineering applications as well as research and development. It is committed to provide broad yet in-depth education to enable its graduates to be competitive and assume leadership roles by joining technical knowledge to communication skills and professional ethics. The program excellence is ensured through continuous partnership with all stakeholders to attract top-notch students and faculty. 



Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)
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.


Program Outcome (POs)
Each Chemical Engineering student will demonstrate the following attributes by the time he/she graduates:
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 and realize a system, component, or process to meet desired needs.
D) An ability to function on multi-disciplinary/multi-functional teams.
E) An ability to identify, formulate and solves engineering problems.
F) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
G) An ability to communicate effectively.
H) The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context.
I) Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
J) Knowledge of contemporary issues.
K) An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.
UndergraduateChemical Engineering
Chemical Engineering
  
The Master of Science in Chemical Engineering is designed for students with an undergraduate degree in engineering disciplines (Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Process Engineering) who wish to get a graduate degree in chemical engineering. The program consists of 33 credits in chemical engineering including 18 credits of core courses, 6 credits of elective courses and 9 credits of thesis research. The core courses provide a more comprehensive foundation in chemical engineering principles (thermodynamics, reaction engineering, Engineering mathematics, Mass Transfer, and transportation phenomena). Furthermore, in the thesis dissertation students select a research advisor and area for specialization. The thesis may involve either theoretical or experimental investigations, or both. It can be of a limited scope but should involve a significant degree of originality.
PostgraduateChemical Engineering
Chemical Engineering
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The aim of this program is to provide graduate students the knowledge and skills needed for problem solving in a wide range of engineering applications related in manufacturing as well as in service sectors. It includes 160 credit hours program which covers the following aspects:
- University Requirements (21 credit hours); Arabic and English languages, Computer Skills, Military Sciences and National Education

- Faculty Requirements(21 credit hours); Calculus (1), Calculus (2), General Physics (1), Engineering Economy, Engineering Graphics, Engineering Workshops, Technical Writing and Computer Skills (2)

- Department Requirements (Compulsory); General Physics (2), General Chemistry (1), General Chemistry Lab, Calculus (3), Engineering Mathematics (1), Electrical Engineering, Electrical Engineering Lab, Statics, Dynamics, Thermal and Fluid Sciences, Thermal and Fluid Sciences Lab, Engineering Statistics-1, Properties of Eng. Materials, Properties of Eng. Materials Lab, Engineering Analysis, Manufacturing Processes-1/metal forming, Systems Dynamics and Control, Systems Dynamics and Control Lab, Quality Control, Operations Research -1, Engineering Statistics-2, Methods Engineering and Work Measurement, Manufacturing Processes-2/metal cutting, Manufacturing Processes lab., Production Planning and Control, Facilities Planning, Industrial Machines Design, Metrology and Engineering Measurements, Metrology and Eng. Measurements Lab, Human Factors Engineering, Human Factors and Work Measurement Lab, Industrial Engineering Information Systems, Metallurgical Processes, Automation, Simulation and Graduation Project.

- Department Requirements (Electives); Organization Design and Control, Cost Accounting, Algorithm Design and Programming, Industrial Safety Engineering, Selected Topics in Engineering Management, Project Management, Product Design, Quality Management, Reliability and  Maintainability, Business Systems Modeling and Design, Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Strategic Planning, Marketing Engineering, Microprocessors in Industrial Engineering, Selected Topics in Manufacturing, Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing, Tool and Die Design and Manufacturing, Biomedical Materials Engineering, Polymers and Plastics Engineering, Nano-materials Engineering, Surface Technology, Materials Testing, Composite Materials and Powder Technology, Design for Manufacture, Rapid Prototyping and E-Manufacturing, Design of Manufacturing Systems and Manufacturing Strategy.
UndergraduateIndustrial Engineering
Industrial Engineering
  
This course is a 33 credit hours course. It includes 9 hours theses research work.
Deeper and advanced knowledge in industrial engineering fields are offered to the students.
- Obligatory Courses: (18 credit hours), Operations Research, Applied Engineering Statistics, Industrial Quality Control, Production Planning and Control, Human Factors and Systems Simulation.
- Elective courses: (6 credit hours), Computer Integrated Manufacturing, Information Systems Analysis and Design, Engineering Economy , Project Management and Network Models, Artificial Intelligence, Methods Engineering and Work Measurement, Knowledge Management, Special Topics in Engineering Management and Industrial Health and Safety Engineering.
PostgraduateIndustrial Engineering
Industrial Engineering
  
This course is a 33 credit hours course. It includes 9 hours theses research work.
Deeper and advanced knowledge in industrial engineering fields are offered to the students.

- Obligatory Courses: (18 credit hours), Operations Research, Production Planning and Control,  Material Selection for Design and Manufacturing  ,    Manufacturing Process Planning and Design,        Nontraditional Manufacturing Processes and Computer-Aided Design and Manufacturing.
- Elective courses: (6 credit hours) ,  Industrial Quality Control, Die Design,  Industrial Health and Safety Engineering,  Modeling of Materials Behavior, Modern Materials Technology, Corrosion, Methods of Materials Testing, Composites and Polymer Engineering, Special Topics in Design and Manufacturing.
PostgraduateIndustrial Engineering
Industrial Engineering
  
The Department curriculum provides a great opportunity for local and international students to specialize in computer engineering. Computer Engineering students would graduate with excellent knowledge in computers. Both teaching and research activities in computers would benefit to a great extent with the availability of state-of-the-art equipment. Modern technologies require the use of computers in various forms. Graduate students specialized in computer engineering would provide the necessary human resources to satisfy the local and international demands.
UndergraduateComputer Engineering
Computer Engineering
  
Given the domestic demand and regional growing for specialized skills in engineering and computer networks, came the establishment of Master's program in "Computer Engineering and Networks" in collaboration with the Electrical Engineering Department at the School of Engineering at the University of Jordan.
There are several objectives of the program, the most important is the preparation of engineers specializing in scientific research in the field of computer engineering and networks, as well as contribute to finding solutions to technical problems facing the industrial sector in the Kingdom.
This program is accepting 20 students in the thesis track. The Thesis track consists of (24) credit hours of coursework and a thesis with the equivalent of nine credit hours.
PostgraduateComputer Engineering
Computer Engineering
  
This course is a 33 credit hours course. It includes 9 hours theses research work.
The Master Program in Renewable Energy offers advanced training in the area of renewable energy systems and sustainable development. This program is designed to provide engineers and scientists with specific training in advanced areas of renewable energy technology. The emphasis is on the design, analysis and implementation of energy systems, with particular emphasis on renewable energy systems. Furthermore, the program is designed to provide researchers and policy analysts with training in advanced areas of renewable energy technology and policy. The emphasis is on policy analysis, environmental monitoring and resource assessment related to renewable energy systems.
PostgraduateMechanical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
  
PostgraduateMechanical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
  
Mechatronic Engineering started in Japan in the 70’s of the last century. It is a form of systems engineering, whereby engineers understand the interactions between the different fields of electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, control systems and programming. System engineering overcomes the classical problem of dealing with an engineering system or problem by looking at isolated single engineering disciplines and instead addresses the system as a whole. Mechatronic engineers can design and control complex systems such as automotive systems, aerospace systems, robotic systems and manufacturing systems.
UndergraduateMechatronics Engineering
Mechatronics Engineering
  
PostgraduateIndustrial Engineering
Industrial Engineering
  

Due to the fact that the concept of energy is of international concern, the electrical power systems which utilize energy, transfer and distribution it became of special concern and interest. Consequently, the M.sc program in electrical power systems is advanced program in electrical power systems and it consists of Mandatory and elective courses in the planning and operation of generation, transmission and distribution of such systems. Also, it contains state up of the art topics such as renewable energy, smart grid and restructuring of power systems which are of national, regional and international interest. ​

PostgraduateElectrical Engineering
Electrical Engineering