BSc. Architecture Engineering / Student Outcomes

The students of architectural engineering program will acquire skills, knowledge and behavior as they progress through the program. Thus, by time of graduation, the students are expected to know and be able to do the following:

A. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering, and arts.
B. An ability to communicate effectively.
C. An ability to work on different design projects from interior design to urban design.
D. An ability to use different visual communication tools, advanced computer aided design software, and Building Information Models (BIM).
E. An ability to function on multi disciplinary team.
F. An ability to produce a complete design drawings and working drawings.
G. An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern architectural means necessary for the architectural practice.
H. Knowledge of the history of architecture since the ancient architecture until today.
I. Knowledge of contemporary issues related to the field of architecture construction and project management.
J. Knowledge of different building systems and their relation to the architectural design.
K. Knowledge of different aspects of the architectural practice and legislation issues related.