School of Engineering :: The University of Jordan ::

Program Specifications

MSc. Architecture Engineering / Student Outcomes

Upon completion of the Architecture Engineering program, the student is expected to be able to:
1.    Discuss and analyze concepts, principles, techniques and theories in the areas of building architecture, urban planning and design, contemporary architecture in the Islamic context and environmental design.
2.    Employing the skills of higher thinking, critical and creative thinking, and practicing scientific thinking and logical analysis in investigating, diagnosing and addressing the issues and problems of architecture engineering, urban planning and design.
3.    Use relevant techniques in the fields of environmental design, technology and sustainability in architecture engineering.
4.    Demonstrate interest in independent self-learning and continuous professional development, demonstrates commitment to acquire and generate unique knowledge and skills, and proposes new ideas and programs that contribute to the development of architecture engineering. 
5.    Accomplish accuracy in achievement and works effectively within the team and prepares and presents presentations on important and modern topics in the fields of architecture engineering.
6.    Bear the responsibility and exercise his rights and duties within the value system of the society and deal with the national institutions and the local community.
7.    Employ the research methodologies and the tools derived from them and methods of data collection, analysis and interpretation in the preparation of his letter and the preparation of different types of research related to architecture engineering and prepare reports in the light of their results.
8.    Assess changes that have occurred in the field of architecture engineering and analyze the various factors that are controlled locally, regionally and globally, explore and diagnose the network of international relationships and interactions affecting them and provide scenarios for their future potential developments.