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B.Sc. Chemical EngineeringB.Sc. Chemical Engineering
Ø Background to the program and subject area:
The Chemical Engineering Department was established in 1978. The Department has established itself as the primary supplier of B.S. chemical engineers in Jordan. The Chemical Engineering B.Sc. programs accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of (ABET), the recognized U.S. accreditor of college and university programs in applied science, com​uting , engineering, and technology.

 Furthermore; the department launched the master degree program by1986 which made the department a research force to be reckoned in Jordan. The Department offices are located in the Faculty of Engineering and Technology at the University of Jordan.
The Department of Chemical Engineering at University of Jordan prides itself on preparing its students for creative careers in industry, academia, and government. The department is a community of outstanding researchers, experienced educators, distinguished engineers, and talented students.
Research activities undertaken by the faculty span a wide range of chemical engineering topics including, but not limited to, separation processes, transport phenomena, reaction engineering, molecular thermodynamics, membrane processes, safety engineering, renewable energy, wastewater treatment, and computer aided design.
Moreover, the department is well equipped for teaching and research facilities. For teaching purpose; the lecture halls are equipped with the latest teaching technology including interactive boards, data show, projectors and computers. Likewise the teaching laboratories such as fluid mechanics, the heat transfer and mass transfer, the reaction, which are used to insight the theoretical knowledge to the practical application. On the other hand, the research laboratories involve many up to date equipment in order to facilitate the currently undertaken research in the department including fuel processing, analytical chemistry, membrane processes and desalination, biochemical engineering, safety engineering. Computer halls for both undergraduate and graduate students are also available.
Currently, there are fourteen faculty members in the department with different academic affiliations of assistant professors, associate professors and professors. It worth’s mentioning that all the academic staff in the department are well educated and have obtained their degrees from highly ranked universities in North America, Great Britain and Europe.
Prof. Mewer Attarakih is currently the chairman of the department.


Ø Vision statements of the program:
To be one 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 aimed at producing world-class graduates and research.
 
Ø Mission statements of the program:
Our mission is to provide students with 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.
 
Ø Program Aims:
 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.
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Ø Teaching & Learning Methods
Targeted learning outcomes are developed through the following teaching strategies and activities:
1.    Lecture.
2.    Discussion and dialogue.
3.    E-learning.
4.    Collaborative learning by working in groups.


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Ø Assessment Methods
Verification of target learning outcomes is achieved through the following assessment methods:
1.    Exams.
2.    Class activities and teamwork.
3.    Projects related to the objectives of the course.
4.     Homework.


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B.Sc. Chemical EngineeringB.Sc. Chemical Engineering
Program Title:
B.Sc. Chemical Engineering
Program Code:
5
Level of Study:
Undergraduate
Final Qualification:
Bachelor's degree
Faculty:
School of Engineering
Department:
Department of Chemical Engineering
Other Department(s) involved in teaching the program:
1. Department of Chemistry
2. Department of Electrical Engineering
3. Department of Mechanical Engineering
4. Department of Industrial Engineering
Mode of Attendance) e.g., full time):
Full time
Duration of the Program:
Five years or ten semesters
Credit hours/ contact hours:
160 Credit hours/ 186 contact hours
Language of Instruction:
English
Entrance Requirements:
 
Program admission requirements:
1. The student must have a Jordanian general secondary school certificate or equivalent.
2. The student must not be less than 80% in the secondary level.
3. Students of the general secondary school certificate / (Industrial Branch) are allowed to apply for admission to the program, and they must success of the two additional subjects scheduled for the Industrial branch.
 
For more information follow the link:
Program regulations:
Conditions for obtaining a bachelor's degree:
1. The student must pass the minimum number of credit hours for the study plan (160) credit hours as follows:
·    University requirements: 18 credit hours.
·    Faculty requirements: 23 credit hours.
·    Department mandatory requirements: 91 credit hours.
·    Department elective requirements: 21 credit hours.
·    Additional compulsory public requirements include community service.
·    Successful completion of practical training.
2. The cumulative student average in the total credit hours of the study plan (160 credit hours) should not be less than 2.
 
For more information at the following link:
No. of approval by the Ministry of Higher Education:
371/16/2011
Date of approval by the Ministry of Higher Education:
24/5/2011
Date of Production:
1978
Date of Revision:
2016
Program Director:
06 5355000 22895
z.hamamre@ju.edu.jo
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Ø Potential Careers
Graduates are qualified to work as engineers in different fields:
1. Industrial fields:
The industrial fields that are supervised by chemical engineers are very large, mainly chemical, oil and petrochemical industries, nanotechnology, paint industry, food and pharmaceutical industries, plastics industries, water desalination, cement industry, fertilizer industry, pollution control and reduction, Corrosion.
2. Follow up the security and safety issues in the factories:
The safety engineer is responsible for the safety of workers from the hazards of various chemicals, according to their knowledge of them and how to deal with those hazards, in different factories such as oil and petrochemicals, it is imperative for the engineer of security and safety to give approval for any maintenance site after inspecting the workplace.
3. Engineering Designs:
Chemical engineering is concerned with the study of the engineering designs related to the various chemical industries. The chemical design is a production and commercial objective. It is the science of gathering information to reach the optimal design through the selection of the industrial process and its conditions, the chemicals used therein and the necessary equipment to complete the industrial process. In addition to the responsibility of the chemical engineer to organize, arrange and follow up the units correctly and calculate the feasibility of the whole process involved in the production.
4. Scientific Research:
Chemical engineers conduct many scientific types of research in the universities and factories, such as finding effective methods of waste disposal without harming nature, finding solutions to problems in different industries and other scientific research.
5. Engineering Consulting:
This work requires the chemical engineer to have a high academic degree so that he is qualified to work in all fields of chemical engineerings, such as in the environmental and other fields.

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2- School Requirements
 
A.Compulsory School Requirements (23 Credit Hours)
 
Course code
Course name
Contact Hours
Credit hours
Prerequisites
Theoretical
Practical
0301101
3
3
-
-
0301102
3
3
-
0301101
0302101
General Physics (1)
3
3
-
-
0302111
1
3
0302101*
0901420
3
3
-
4th year level
0904131
3
2
2 drawing
2 computer
-
0908200
2
2
-
-
0966111
1
-
3
-
0966201
1
1
-
1502102
1931102
3
-
3
-
* Or Concurrently
 
B.Elective School Requirements (0 Credit Hours)
 
3- Specialty requirements
 
A.Compulsory Specialty Requirements (91 Credit Hours)
 
Course code
Course name
Contact Hours
Credit hours
Prerequisites
Theoretical
Practical
0301201
3
3
-
0301102
0302102
General Physics (2)
3
3
-
0302101
0303101
General Chemistry (1)
3
3
-
-
0303102
General Chemistry (2)
3
3
-
0303101
0303216
Analytical Chemistry Lab.
1
-
3
0303211*
0303239
Organic Chemistry Lab. (For None Chemistry Major)
1
-
4
0303233*
0333109
General Chemistry Lab
-
-
3
0303101*
0333211
Analytical Chemistry
3
3
-
0303101
0333233
Organic Chemistry (For None Chemistry Major)
3
3
-
0303102
0903203
3
3
-
0302102
0905211
3
2
-
0303101
0905231
3
3
-
0301201
0905241
3
3
-
0905211
0905323
3
3
-
0905212
0905324
3
3
-
0905323
0905343
3
3
-
0905241
0905421
3
3
-
0905324
0905422
3
3
-
0905421
0905477
2
2
-
0905342
0905481
3
3
-
0901420
0905441
0935212
2
2
-
0905211
0935301
3
2
3
0905201
0935322
3
3
-
0905211
0935342
3
3
-
0905241
0935441
Mass Transfer Operations           
3
3
-
0905323
0935442
3
3
-
0905343
0905441
0935461
1
-
3
0905241
0905323
0935462
1
-
3
0905342
0905343
0935463
1
-
3
0905442*
0935473
3
3
-
0905342
0935561
1
-
3
0905422
0905571
0935571
3
3
-
0905442*
0935582
3
3
-
0905441
0905451
0955331
3
3
-
0905231
0955451
3
2
3
0905442*
0965201
1
-
3
1900100
0975598
1
-
-
**
0975599
2
-
3
**
* Or Concurrently
** Project duration is two semesters. Students are allowed to register in the project after completion of 124 credit hours.
 
 
B.Elective Specialty Requirements (91 Credit Hours)
 
Course code
Course name
Contact Hours
Credit hours
Prerequisites
Theoretical
Practical
0905351
3
3
-
0905212
0905371
3
3
-
0905343
0905423
Biochemical Engineering            
3
3
-
0905421
0905453
3
3
-
0905343
0905502
3
3
-
0905451
0905509
3
3
-
4th year level
0905531
3
3
-
0905301
0905542
3
3
-
0905442
0905551
3
3
-
0905343
0905554
3
3
-
0905441
0905597
3
-
-
0905441
0935401
3
3
-
0905212
0935452
3
3
-
0905324
0935472
3
3
-
0905441
0935474
3
3
-
0905473
0935475
3
3
-
0905421
0935541
3
3
-
0905441
0935573
3
3
-
0905473
0945471
3
3
-
0905371
0945552
3
3
-
0905421
0945553
3
3
-
0905552
0955431
3
3
-
0905301
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Practical training is required to obtain a Bachelor's Degree in Chemical Engineering (120 hours) (equivalent to 8 weeks). Practical training is done in public and private institutions, companies and offices working in engineering fields approved by the Training Committee. Students are allowed to start training after the completion of at least 120 credit hours of his / her study plan successfully after obtaining the prior approval from the Committee. For more information on the following link:

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Each student performs a detailed study of a chemical engineering problem from the selected process chosen in project (1). The final report submitted by the group should include mass and energy balances, process flow diagram and detailed design of one or more items of equipment and other equivalent tasks. Project duration is two semesters. Students are allowed to register in the project after complication of 120 credit hours.

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Ø Program Learning Outcome Mapping Matrix
 
Course Title
ChE Outcome (Max. score = 5.0)
A
B
C
D
 E
 F
G
 H
I
 J
 K
Core courses from other programs
Arabic Language
 
 
 
2
 
 
5
 
 
 
 
English Language
 
 
 
2
 
 
5
 
 
 
 
Communication Skills II
 
 
 
2
 
 
5
 
 
 
 
Computer Skills
 
 
1
 
1
 
2
 
 
 
5
Military Science
 
 
 
4
 
 
 
1
1
 
 
Calculus I
5
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Calculus II
5
 
 
 
1
 
 
 
 
 
 
Calculus III
5
 
 
 
1
 
 
 
 
 
 
General Physics I
5
 
 
 
1
 
 
 
 
 
 
General Physics II
5
 
 
 
2
 
 
 
 
 
 
General Physics Lab.
4
5
 
4
 
 
4
 
 
 
2
General Chemistry I
5
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
General Chemistry II
5
 
 
 
 
 
1
 
 
 
 
General Chemistry Lab.
4
5
 
4
 
 
4
 
 
 
2
Programming in C++
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
3
 
 
5
Analytical Chemistry
5
 
 
 
2
 
 
 
 
 
 
Analytical Chemistry Lab
4
 5
 
 4
 
 
 4
 
 
 
 2
Organic Chemistry
5
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Organic Chemistry Lab.
4
5
 
4
 
 
4
 
 
 
2
Engineering Economy
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Electrical Engineering
4
 
2
 
4
 
 
 
 
 
 
Core courses
Principle of Chemical engineering (I)
5
 
 
 
5
 
 
 
1
 
2
Principle of Chemical engineering (II)
4
 
3
 
3
 
 
 
 
 
 
Numerical Methods for Chemical Engineers
3.5
1
 
 
2
 
 
 
 
 
2
Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (I)
3.5
 
 
 
5
 
3
 
2
 
 
Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics  (II)
4
3
 
 
5
 
3
 
 
 
1.5
Fluid Mechanics
5
 
 
 
5
 
 
 
 
 
 
Chemical engineering Lab (1)
4
4
 
 
 
 
4
 
 
 
4
Process Heat Transfer
4
 
3.5
 
3.5
2
2
 
 
 
2
Solid Particles
4
2
3
 
2
 
 
 
 
 
 
Chemical Reaction Engineering I
3
3
3.5
 
5
1
 
1
 
 
3
Chemical reaction Engineering II
4
 
3
3
4
 
 
 
 
 
1
Chemical engineering Lab (2)
3
5
 
1
 
1
 
 
1
 
1
Chemical engineering Lab (3)
2
5
 
2
2
1
1
 
 
 
 
Process analysis using Statistical Methods
4
 
 
 
3
4
3
 
3.5
 
4
Mathematical Methods  for Chemical Engineers
3.5
1
 
 
1.5
 
 
 
 
 
 
Mass Transfer Operations
3.5
 
 
 
3.5
 
 
 
2
 
2
Combined Heat and Mass Transfer
4
 
3
2
 
 
 
 
1
 
2.5
Process Design
4
 
4
 
2
1
3
 
 
 
4
Environmental Engineering
4
 
3
2
3
1
 
1
 
1
 
Engineering Training
4
4
3
4
3
3
4
3
3
2
4
Chemical engineering Lab (4)
4
5
 
2
 
1
2
 
 
 
3
Process Dynamics and Control
3
3
3
 
4
 
2
 
 
2
3
Physical Chemistry
5
 
 
1
2
 
1
 
 
 
1
Computer Applications For Chemical Engineers
3
 
1
 
2
 
 
 
1
 
4
Process Safety Engineering
5
 
4
3
2
4
 
2
 
1
 
Local Chemical Industries
4
1
 
1
3
1
3
 
1
1
 
Plant Design
2
 
4
1
2
1
2
1
 
 
1.3
Graduation Project I
4
 
3
3
4
1
2
 
2
2
4
Graduation Project II
4
 
3
3
4
5
2
1
2
2
4

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B.Sc. Chemical EngineeringB.Sc. Chemical Engineering
Ø Teaching Rooms
§ Majed Al-Taher hall
§ Dr.Rajaee Sweis hall
§ CHE 101 hall
§ CHE 001 hall
§ CHE 002 hall
§ Tempous hall
Ø Laboratories
Laboratory name
About Laboratory
Chemical Engineering laboratory (1)
Practical application of fluid mechanics and thermodynamics courses
Chemical Engineering laboratory (2)
Practical application of process heat transfer and solid particulate courses
Chemical Engineering laboratory (3)
Practical application of mass transfer operation and heat and mass transfer operation courses
Chemical Engineering laboratory (4)
Practical application of chemical reaction and process dynamics and control
Instrumental Analysis laboratory
Instrumental analysis
Computer application in chemical engineering laboratory
Application of computer software in chemical processes
Numerical Laboratory
Application of computer software in numerical methods
Local Chemical Industries laboratory
Pilot scale of industrial chemical projects
Polymer laboratory
Researches
Membranes and separation processes laboratory
Researches

 



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§ Laboratory equipment suitable for lab. 1, 2, 3 and 4.
§ Instrumental analysis equipment (HPLC, GC, Atomic, UV)
§ Computers with software required for chemical engineers.
§ Data show and smart board.
§ Laboratory equipments, tool, kits suitable for project application.
§ Injection machine, blowing machine, and packing machine.
§ Gold extraction machine, membrane testing machine, and furnaces.
 
 
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§ Students training office at the School of Engineering "IEASTA".
§ Water, Energy, and Environmental Center.
§ Jordan Engineers Association.
§ Hikma Pharmaceutical Company.
§ Jordan Petroleum Refinery.
§ Standards and Metrology Institution.
§ Water Treatment companies.


 

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Name                          
Workplace                          
Position                             
Specialty
Arwa Sandouqa
Department of Chemical Engineering
Lab supervisor
M.Sc. Renewable Energy
Nariman Al-Dahleh
Department of Chemical Engineering
Lab Engineer
B.Sc. in Chemical Engineering
Rula Mohammad
Department of Chemical Engineering
Lab Engineer
B.Sc. in Chemical Engineering
Lina  Jarrar
Department of Chemical Engineering
Lab Engineer
B.Sc. in Chemical Engineering
Dima AbuZaid
Department of Chemical Engineering
Secretary
B.Sc. in English Language

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No. of national accreditation of the program:
371/16/2011
Date of national accreditation of the program:
24/5/2011
Reference points:
Targeted learning outcomes have been developed to reflect the following benchmarks:
1.    Vision and Mission of the University.
2.    Local Accreditation Standards.
3.    ABET Global Accreditation Standards.
4.    Employers and representatives of the industrial sector.
Four prestigious universities have the same programme:
MIT, USA
Technical University of Munich, Germany
 
Ø Quality Indicators of the Program
 
International accreditation of the program:
Engineering Accreditation Commission of (ABET)
Graduation Rate:
 
Freshman Retention Rate:
 
Employment Rate:
 
Postgraduate Study Rate:
 
A-class Students’ Rate:
2.7% from 2000/2001 to 2017/2018 academic year
International Students’ Rate:
6% from 2000/2001 to 2017/2018 academic year
Student Satisfaction Rate:
 
Alumni Satisfaction Rate:
 
Employer Satisfaction Rate:
 
Qs International Ranking of UJ in this Subject:
 

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Each Chemical Engineering student will demonstrate the following attributes by the time he/she graduates:
O1)  An ability to identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems by applying principles of engineering, science, and mathematics.
O2)  An ability to apply engineering design to produce solutions that meet specified needs with consideration of public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors.
O3)  An ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences.
O4)  An ability to recognize ethical and professional responsibilities in engineering situations and make informed judgments, which must consider the impact of engineering solutions in global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts.
O5)  An ability to function effectively on a team whose members together provide leadership, create a collaborative and inclusive environment, establish goals, plan tasks, and meet objectives.
O6)  An ability to develop and conduct appropriate experimentation, analyze and interpret data, and use engineering judgment to draw conclusions.
O7)  An ability to acquire and apply new knowledge as needed, using appropriate learning strategies.

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B.Sc. Computer EngineeringB.Sc. Computer Engineering
 
Ø Background to the program and subject area:
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.
 
Ø Vision statements of the program:
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.
 
Ø Mission statements of the program:
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.
 
Ø Program Aims:
 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 engaged in multidisciplinary environments and conducted their duties professionally and ethically.
PEO3. The graduates of computer engineering department have grown and enhanced their knowledge, skills and profession by pursuing further academic degrees and/or obtaining professional certification.
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B.Sc. Computer EngineeringB.Sc. Computer Engineering
Program Title:
B.Sc. Computer Engineering
Program Code:
0907
Level of Study:
Undergraduate
Final Qualification:
Bachelor's degree
Faculty:
School of Engineering
Department:
Computer Engineering
Other Department(s) involved in teaching the program:
1.Electrical Engineering
2.Computer Science
Mode of Attendance)e.g., full time):
Full Time
Duration of the Program:
5 Years
Credit hours/ contact hours:
160/195
Language of Instruction:
English
Entrance Requirements:
 
The general admission condition is a Jordanian secondary education certificate with an average grade of 80% or above.
Program regulations:
According to the university of Jordan regulations
No. of approval by the Ministry of Higher Education:
 
Date of approval by the Ministry of Higher Education:
2000
Date of Production:
2005
Date of Revision:
2007
Program Director:
 Head of Department

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Ø Potential Careers
 
1.    Computer Hardware Engineer.
2.    Computer Systems Analyst.
3.    Computer Network Architect.
4.     Information Security Analysts.
5.    Computer Programmer
 

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 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.

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Ø Teaching & Learning Methods
 
1. Lectures
2. Presentations and discussions
3. Practical experiments
4. Involved with companies and factories by courses project
  5. E-Learning

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Ø Assessment Methods
 
·        Practical exams
·        Written exams
·        Short answer exams
·        Presentations and discussions
·        Projects.

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B.Sc. Computer EngineeringB.Sc. Computer Engineering
No. of national accreditation of the program:
 
Date of national accreditation of the program:
 
Reference points:
Targeted learning outcomes have been developed to reflect the vision and mission of the University of Jordan, accreditation standards, international universities, the Engineers association, academic staff members, students, employers.
Four prestigious universities have the same programme:
1.    Iowa State University.
2.    University of Michigan.
3.    The University of Alabama.
4.    University of London.

 

Ø Quality Indicators of the Program
International accreditation of the program:
Apply to ABET
Graduation Rate:
 
Freshman Retention Rate:
 
Employment Rate:
 
Postgraduate Study Rate:
 
A-class Students’ Rate:
 
International Students’ Rate:
 
Student Satisfaction Rate:
 
Alumni Satisfaction Rate:
 
Employer Satisfaction Rate:
 
Qs International Ranking of UJ in this Subject:
 

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B.Sc. Computer EngineeringB.Sc. Computer Engineering
Eight weeks training period in an approved and related engineering institution: governmental, commercial, or industrial. This internship provides real-life experience and exposure and provides the students with real opportunity to get connected and develop their professional network and connection.

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 Students are allowed to register the graduation project after successfully completing (124 credit hours) three credit hours offered for two semesters.

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B.Sc. Computer EngineeringB.Sc. Computer Engineering
Name                          
Workplace                          
Position                             
Specialty
Abeer Awad
School of Engineering/Computer Engineering
Lab Engineer
Computer Engineering
Ala'a Arabiyat
Lab Engineer
Computer Engineering
Amal Quzmar
Lab Engineer
Computer Engineering
Hanan Al-yasin
Lab Engineer
Computer Engineering
Ola AlJaloudy
Lab Engineer
Computer Engineering
Rawan Al-Jamal
Lab Engineer
Computer Engineering
Sahar Said Abu Nima
Secretary
Diploma

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B.Sc. Computer EngineeringB.Sc. Computer Engineering
1.    Digital Logic laboratory.
2.    Computer Applications laboratory.
3.    Embedded Systems laboratory.
4.    Microprocessors laboratory.
5.    Object-oriented Programming laboratory.
6.    Computer Networks laboratory.
7.    Computer Design laboratory.
8.    Two teaching room.

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B.Sc. Computer EngineeringB.Sc. Computer Engineering
 
1.    Personal computers.
2.    Data show.
3.    MTS-86 kits.
4.    FPGA kits.
5.    QL200 PIC development boards.

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B.Sc. Computer EngineeringB.Sc. Computer Engineering
 
 
School Requirements
 
A. Obligatory school courses: (21) credit hours:
 
Course Number
Course Title
Contact Hours
Credit Hours
Pre-requisite
Theoretical
Practical
0301101
Calculus (1)
-
3
3
-
0301102
Calculus (2)
-
3
3
0301101
0302101
General Physics (1)
-
3
3
-
0302111
General Physics Lab (1)
3
-
1
0302101 or Co-requisite
0901420
-
3
3
Fourth Year Level
0904131
2 Drawing
2 Computer
2
3
-
0906111
3
-
1
-
0906201
-
1
1
1502102
1901102
Computer Skills (2)
-
3
3
1900100
 
B. Elective school courses: (0) credit hours: None
 
Specialty courses: (112) credit hours distributed as follows:
 
A. Obligatory specialty courses: (91) credit hours:
 
Course Number
Course Title
Contact Hours
Credit Hours
Pre-requisite
Theoretical
Practical
0301131
Principles of Statistics
-
3
3
-
0301201
Calculus (3)
-
3
3
0301102
0301202
Engineering Mathematics (1)
-
3
3
0301201
0302102
General Physics (2)
-
3
3
0302101
0302112
General Physics Lab (2)
3
-
1
0302102  or co-requisite
0903211
-
3
3
0302102
0903212
-
3
3
0903211
0903219
3
-
1
0903212  or co-requisite
0903221
-
3
3
0903201 or 0903211
0903253
-
3
3
0302102
0903261
-
3
3
0903211
0903321
-
3
3
0301202
0903361
-
3
3
0903261
0903368
3
-
1
0903361 or co-requisite
0903421
-
3
3
0903321 or co-requisite
0907231
-
3
3
1900100
0907234
3
-
1
0907231
0907235
-
3
3
0907231
0907311
3
-
1
1901102
0907332
-
3
3
0907235
0907333
-
3
3
0907231 and 0903261
0907334
3
-
1
0907333 or co-requisite
0907335
-
3
3
0907231  and 1901102
0907337
3
-
1
0907235
0907342
3
2
3
1901102
0907422
-
3
3
0903321
0907432
-
3
3
0907335
0907439
3
-
1
0907432 or co-requisite
0907441
-
3
3
1901231
0907461
-
3
3
0903361
0907522
-
3
3
1901473 and 0907422
0907528
3
-
1
0907422
0907529
3
-
1
0907428
0907599
Project
9
-
3
*
1901101
Discrete Mathematics
-
3
3
-
1901231
Data Structures
-
3
3
0907342 or 1901215
1901473
Operating Systems
-
3
3
1901321
* Project duration is two regular semesters. Project mark is registered once at the end of the project’s second semester. Students are allowed to register the project after completion of 124 credit hours.
 
B. Elective specialty courses: (21) credit hours:
 
Course Number
Course Title
Contact Hours
Credit Hours
Pre-requisite
Theoretical
Practical
0903341
-
3
3
0903261 and 0903212
0903422
-
3
3
0903421
0903424
-
3
3
0903321
0907433
-
3
3
0907432 and 0301131
0907521
-
3
3
0907432
0907531
-
3
3
0907432 or 1901473
0907533
-
3
3
0907332 and 0907333
0907534
-
3
3
0907333 and 0907335
0907541
-
3
3
1901473
0907542
-
3
3
1901473
0907543
-
3
3
0907432
0907544
-
3
3
1901231
0907551
-
3
3
1901231
0907561
-
3
3
0907461
1901341
Theory of Algorithms
-
3
3
1901231
1902321
Database Systems
-
3
3
1901231
1902341
Artificial Intelligence
-
3
3
1901231
 
Advisory Study Plan
 
(1st) Year
(1st) Semester
(2nd) Semester
Course Number
Course Title
Credit Hours
Course Number
Course Title
Credit Hours
0301101
Calculus (1)
3
0301102
Calculus (2)
3
0302101
General Physics (1)
3
0302102
General Physics (2)
3
0302111
General Physics Lab (1)
1
0302112
General Physics Lab (2)
1
0906111
Engineering Workshops
1
0904131
Engineering Graphics
3
1900100
Computer Skills (1)
3
1901102
Computer Skills (2)
3
 
University Elective
3
 
University Elective
3
Total
14
Total
16
 
(2nd) Year
(1st ) Semester
(2nd) Semester
Course Number
Course Title
Credit Hours
Course Number
Course Title
Credit Hours
0301201
Calculus (3)
3
0301131
Principles of Statistics
3
0903211
Electrical Circuits (1)
3
0301202
Engineering Mathematics (1)
3
0906201
Technical Writing
1
0903212
Electrical Circuits (2)
3
0907231
Digital Logic
3
0903219
Electrical Circuits Lab
1
0907234
Digital Logic Lab
1
0907235
Assembly Language and Microprocessors
3
1901101
Discrete Mathematics
3
 
 
 
 
University Elective
3
 
University Elective
3
Total
17
Total
16
 
(3rd) Year
(1st) Semester
(2nd) Semester
Course Number
Course Title
Credit Hours
Course Number
Course Title
Credit Hours
0903253
Electromagnetics
3
0903221
Signal Analysis and Systems
3
0903261
Electronics (1)
3
0903361
Electronics (2)
3
0903321
Probability and Random Variables
3
0903368
Electronics Lab
1
0907311
Computer Applications Lab
1
0907333
Embedded Systems
3
0907332
Microprocessor Systems Design
3
0907334
Embedded Systems Lab
1
0907337
Microprocessor Lab
1
0907335
Computer Organization
3
0907342
Object-Oriented Problem Solving
3
1901231
Data Structures
3
Total
17
Total
17
 
(4th) Year
(1st) Semester
(2nd) Semester
Course Number
Course Title
Credit Hours
Course Number
Course Title
Credit Hours
0903421
Communications (1)
3
0901420
Engineering Economy
3
0907432
Computer Design
3
0907422
Computer Networks
3
0907439
Computer Design Lab
1
 
CPE Elective
3
0907441
Software Engineering and Ethics
3
 
CPE Elective
3
0907461
Digital Electronics
3
1901473
Operating Systems
3