School of Engineering and Technology

Vision:

To be a leading educational and research institution in engineering sciences and applications and has eminent societal impact via its professional & applied services and strategic partnerships.


Mission:

  • To provide distinguished engineering programs and learning opportunities for our students to supply the community with highly qualified and competitive graduates that can address professional and technological advances;
  • To commit to work ethics and to lead the development of the society through scientific research and effective management of the needs of community and industry via engineering consultations and professional services; and engage in partnerships with academic and industrial institutions within Egypt and abroad.

Strategic Plan:

Vision:

To be a leading educational and research institution in engineering sciences and applications and has eminent societal impact via its professional & applied services and strategic partnerships.

Mission:

To provide distinguished engineering programs and learning opportunities for our students to supply the community with highly qualified and competitive graduates that can address professional and technological advances; To commit to work ethics and lead the development of the society through scientific research, effective management of the needs of community and industry via engineering consultations and professional services; and engage in partnerships with academic and industrial institutions within Egypt and abroad.

Core Values:

As professionals, we are committing to the institutional values of Badr University in Cairo and to the codes of ethics that govern the engineering professions at the national & international levels.

Integrity and Work Ethics

We seek respect, trust, and fair treatment amongst our community of students, faculty members and staff.  We hold ourselves accountable for our actions and words; we insist on ethical behavior, personal honor, transparency, and avoiding all conflicts of interest.

Leadership

We lead by making a difference in our faculty and society; inspiring our students to succeed and innovate in modern business, industry, and communities; and creating a learning environment that encourages our members and students to reach their full potential through development of personal knowledge and skills.

Creativity and Innovation

We encourage new ideas, innovative learning tactics, individual diversity, and intellectual curiosity among our faculty and students; we embrace different forms of expression, student discovery, entrepreneurial activities, and international outreach.

Quality and Excellence

We offer rigorous international curricula in different engineering disciplines; we provide our students with diverse learning events and competitions.  We are balancing between teaching, scholarly, and professional activities.

Collaboration

We encourage team work; promote members of our community to support for each other’s success; support interdisciplinary research.  We value open communication and collaborative decision-making; and we seek partnerships with industry, government, and academic institutions.

Societal Commitment

We commit to engineering consultations and professional services for business, industry, and community; we encourage our students to become productive and responsible citizens; we commit to continuous progress of our community; we promote public engagement and interaction; and we participate in the development of sustainable infrastructures.

Strategic goals:

The School of Engineering and Technology has identified six main strategic goals for achieving its Mission.

  1. To be among the top-ranked engineering programs accredited nationally and internationally
  2. To fossil attractive, dynamic and student-centered learning environment
  3. To equip our graduates with innovative engineering problem solving skills and the capacity for life-long learning
  4. To conduct distinctive research in interdisciplinary areas of national and international interest
  5. To develop major centre of engineering consultations and professional services for industrial and societal needs and development
  6. To be engaged in active collaboration with local and global partners from academia, industry, and society

Faculty Directory:

I. Faculty Members
NoNameRankDepartmentSpecialty
1Prof. Dr. Ahmed Moussa AbdelrahmanProfessor and DeanCivil EngineeringStructural Engineering
2Prof. Dr. Nayer Ahmed Hassan El-EsnawyProfessor and Vice DeanCivil EngineeringStructural Engineering
3Prof. Dr. Saber Helmy Zainud-DeenProfessorElectrical EngineeringCommunication Engineering
4Prof. Dr.Mahmoud Atteh Elsayed Abo-sinnaProfessorBasic SciencesEngineering Mathematics
5Assoc.Prof. Wafaa Mohamed RashwanAssociate ProfessorArchitectural EngineeringArchitectural Design
6Assoc.Prof. Mootasem Abdel Baki ShahinAssociate ProfessorMechanical EngineeringMechatronics
7Assoc.Prof. Dalia Bahaa El-Deen HamdyAssociate ProfessorCivil EngineeringSoil Mechanics & Foundations
8Assoc.Prof .Gamal Mohamed AbdouAssociate ProfessorMechanical EngineeringMechanics Production
9Dr. Ahmed Abdelrazek El-sayed EmaraLecturerMechanical EngineeringMechanical Power
10Dr. Soheir Abdelfatah GhonaimLecturerBasic SciencesChemical Engineering
11Dr. Mohamed Sobhy Ahmed AhmedLecturerBasic SciencesChemistry & Materials Science
12Dr. Rana Mohamed MorsyLecturerCivil EngineeringStructural Engineering
13Dr. Eslam Mohamed Mahmoud MoraekipLecturerArchitectural EngineeringArchitectural Design
14Dr.  Mohamed Khaled El-Sayed MostafaLecturerCivil EngineeringEnvironmental Engineering
15Dr. Hesham Mohamed KeshkLecturerElectrical EngineeringComputer Engineering
16Dr.  Mohamed Adel Esmaeel SalamaLecturerElectrical EngineeringElectrical Power
17Dr. Doha Mohamed SaidLecturerArchitectural EngineeringEnvironmental Design
18Dr. Amr Abd elkhalik Elsayed Abd elkhalikLecturerCivil EngineeringStructural Engineering
19Prof. Dr. Hany Ahmed MoneebAdjunct ProfessorMechanical EngineeringMechanical Engineering
20Prof. Dr. Ibrahim Mahmoud Al-HenawyAdjunct ProfessorBasic SciencesMathematics
21Prof. Dr. Kamal Mohamed SakrAdjunct ProfessorCivil EngineeringGeology Engineering
22Prof. Dr. Yasser Mohamed Ali ShabanaAdjunct ProfessorMechanical EngineeringMechanical Design
23Prof. Dr. Tarek Ibrahim Ahmed HaweelAdjunct ProfessorElectrical EngineeringCommunications Engineering
24Prof. Dr. Mazen Mohamed ShafiqAdjunct ProfessorElectrical EngineeringElectrical Power
25Prof.Dr. Hassen Mohamed Hassen KamelAdjunct ProfessorArchitectural EngineeringArchitectural Design
26Prof.Dr. Mona Hussein MohammedAdjunct ProfessorCivil EngineeringRoad & Traffic Engineering
27Prof.Dr. Mohamed Ibrahim El-adawyAdjunct ProfessorElectrical EngineeringComputer Engineering
28Assoc.Prof. Ahmed Mohamed SalahAdjunct Assoc. ProfessorArchitectural EngineeringArchitectural Design
29Assoc.Prof. Ahmed Abd el-gany Morsy MahmoudAdjunct Assoc. ProfessorArchitectural EngineeringUrban Design
30Dr. Mahmoud Farag Abd rabouAdjunct LecturerCivil EngineeringSurveying Engineering
31Dr. Kareem Abdelrazek EmaraAdjunct LecturerMechanical EngineeringMechanical Power
32Dr.Ahmed KamalAdjunct LecturerMechanical EngineeringMechanical Power
33Dr. Abeer Ali Al-MalkyAdjunct LecturerCivil EngineeringConstruction Engineering
34Dr. Amr Al-Motasem bellah MohamedAdjunct LecturerArchitectural EngineeringBuilding Technology
35Dr. Kamal El-Dien Salah El-Dien AhmedAdjunct LecturerArchitectural EngineeringArchitectural Theories
36Dr. Abd El-Rahman NagiubAdjunct LecturerCivil EngineeringStructural Engineering
37Dr. Hamed Salah TawfikAdjunct LecturerCivil EngineeringStructural Engineering
38Dr. Mahmoud Taha Abo el-kasemAdjunct LecturerArchitectural EngineeringProjects Management
39Dr. Matreen Mohamed Aly MustafaAdjunct LecturerArchitectural EngineeringUrban Design
40Dr.Ahmed ShomanAdjunct LecturerElectrical EngineeringComputer Engineering
41Dr. Mohamed Hamod AhmedAdjunct LecturerElectrical EngineeringComputer Engineering
42Dr. Ahmed Adel SolimanAdjunct LecturerUniversity RequirermentsBusiness Administration
43Dr. Nabiel Abd El-FatahAdjunct LecturerUniversity RequirermentsHuman Rights

 

II. Teaching Assistants
NoNameRankDepartmentDegree
1Nermein Abdelsatar SaberAssistant LecturerBasic SciencesM.Sc. Communications Engineering – Menoufia University
2Nancy Mohamed AhmedAssistant LecturerArchitectural EngineeringM.Sc. Architecture Engineering – Alexandria  University
3Kareem Mohamed Ahmed El-DalyAssistant LecturerArchitectural EngineeringM.Sc. Architecture Engineering – Mansoura  University
4Sara Mohamed Sameh AhmedAssistant LecturerCivil EngineeringM.Sc. Civil – Mansoura  University
5Mahmoud Abou bakr MahmoudAssistant LecturerElectrical EngineeringM.Sc. Electrical Power Engineering – Ain Shams University
6Alyaa Abdou Hamza Abd El-rahmanAssistant LecturerElectrical EngineeringM.Sc. Computer & control Systems Engineering – Mansoura University
7Amira Ahmed SakrAssistant LecturerElectrical EngineeringM.Sc. Communications Engineering – Ain Shams University
8Esraa Abd-Elfatah Shehab El-DienAssistant LecturerElectrical EngineeringM.Sc. Computer & control Systems Engineering – Tanta University
9Nada Adel El-sayed DiefAssistant LecturerElectrical EngineeringM.Sc. Computer & control Systems Engineering – Mansoura University
10Ahmed Mosaad MabroukDemonstratorElectrical EngineeringM.Sc. Communications Engineering – Menoufia University
11Hader Essam ElhemailyDemonstratorElectrical EngineeringM.Sc. Communications Engineering – Menia University
12Reham Sayed El-DawyAssistant LecturerMechanical EngineeringM.Sc. Mechanical Power Engineering – Ain Shams University
13Hend Mohamed Abd El-Aziz RedaAssistant LecturerMechanical EngineeringM.Sc. Mechanical Power Engineering – Ain Shams University
14Ahmed Abdelmonem Abdel RahmanDemonstratorBasic SciencesB.Sc. Faculty of Science – Al-Azhar University
15Mohamed Mostafa AshourDemonstratorBasic SciencesB.Sc. Faculty of Science – Al-Azhar University
16Hala Ibrahim MohamedDemonstratorBasic SciencesB.Sc. Faculty of Computer Science – Zagazig University
17Marwa Sabry ElsawyDemonstratorBasic SciencesB.Sc. Communications Engineering – Tanta University
18Mohamed Youssif SolimanDemonstratorArchitectural EngineeringB.Sc. Architecture Engineering – Materia Engineering -Helwan University
19Salsabil Samy Abd ElmoneimDemonstratorArchitectural EngineeringB.Sc. Architecture Engineering – Cairo University
20Samr Ibrahim ElnagarDemonstratorArchitectural EngineeringB.Sc. Architecture Engineering – Mansoura University
21Amira Fawzy MohamedDemonstratorArchitectural EngineeringB.Sc. Architecture Engineering – Materia Engineering -Helwan University
22Aya Ashraf KamalDemonstratorCivil EngineeringB.Sc. Civil Engineering – Mataria – Helwan University
23Ahmed Elsayed EldemerdashDemonstratorCivil EngineeringB.Sc. Civil Engineering – Zagazig University
24Abdel Rahman Abdel Baset ElbrolosyDemonstratorCivil EngineeringB.Sc. Civil Engineering – Tanta University
25May Salah El-Din Abd El AzimDemonstratorCivil EngineeringB.Sc. Structural Engineering – Ain Shams University
26Neveen Hamido RefayDemonstratorCivil EngineeringB.Sc. Civil Engineering – Mataria – Helwan University
27Aya Mahmoud Abd ElhafezDemonstratorCivil EngineeringB.Sc. Civil Engineering – Mataria – Helwan University
28Ahmed Hamed Abd ElalimDemonstratorCivil EngineeringB.Sc. Civil Engineering – Ain Shams University
29Mohamed Hafez Mohamed El-NaqeebDemonstratorCivil EngineeringB.Sc. Civil Engineering – Mansoura University
30Mohamed Ahmed Mohamed SeleimDemonstratorCivil EngineeringB.Sc. Civil Engineering – Zagazig University
31Mohga Abd El-Daim AhmedDemonstratorCivil EngineeringB.Sc. Civil Engineering – Materia Engineering -Helwan University
32Aya Abdelsalam ZordokDemonstratorElectrical EngineeringB.Sc. Electrical Power Engineering – Tanta University
33Amged Abdelkader AhmedDemonstratorMechanical EngineeringB.Sc. Mechanical Power Engineering – Mansoura University
34Eslam Osama MostafaDemonstratorMechanical EngineeringB.Sc. Mechanical Power Engineering – Materia Engineering -Helwan University
35Nada Shaban MaherDemonstratorMechanical EngineeringB.Sc. Mechanical Power Engineering – Materia Engineering -Helwan University
36Ibrahim Salah Abou RadyDemonstratorMechanical EngineeringB.Sc. Mechanical Power Engineering – Mansoura University
37Othman Ahmed OthmanDemonstratorMechanical EngineeringB.Sc. Mechanical Power Engineering – Materia Engineering -Helwan University
38Ismail Ezz El-Dien MohamedDemonstratorMechanical EngineeringB.Sc. Mechanical Power Engineering – Mansoura University
39Waleed Ibrahim El-Said MatrDemonstratorMechanical EngineeringB.Sc. Mechanical Power Engineering – Mansoura University
40Ahmed Salah El-Said El-SahyDemonstratorMechanical EngineeringB.Sc. Mechanical Power Engineering – Zagazig University
41Youssif Ahmed Abd El-AzizDemonstratorMechanical EngineeringB.Sc. Mechanical Power Engineering –Shubhra Engineering -Banha  University

Department:

Engineering Departments

  1. Basic Sciences (code BAS)
  2. Architectural Engineering (code ARC)
  3. Civil Engineering (code CIV)
  4. Mechanical Engineering (code MEC)
  5. Electrical Engineering (code ELE)
  6. Chemical Engineering and Petrochemicals (code CHP)

Each department administers the following undergraduate academic programs.

DepartmentAcademic Program
Architectural EngineeringArchitecture (ART)
Civil EngineeringStructural Engineering (STR)
Mechanical EngineeringEnergy Engineering and Renewable Energies (ENR)
Mechatronics Engineering (MET)
Electrical EngineeringElectronics Engineering and Electrical Communications (EEC)
Computers Engineering and Systems (CES)
Chemical Engineering and PetrochemicalsChemical Engineering (CHE)
Petrochemicals Engineering (PET)

Programs:

Programs
The School of Engineering and Technology offers the following undergraduate academic programs.
1. Architecture (code ART)
2. Structural Engineering (code STR)
3. Energy Engineering and Renewable Energies (code ENR)
4. Mechatronics Engineering (code MET)
5. Electronics Engineering and Electrical Communications (code EEC)
6. Computers Engineering and Systems (code COS)
7. Chemical Engineering (code CHE)
8. Petrochemicals Engineering (code PET)

 

1. Architecture Program
1.1 Program Aim
The program aims to graduate architectural engineers who are specialized in environmental design; with possession of a multi-disciplinary background. The students will be trained to deal with architectural problems in a variety of settings in order to acquire the relationship between the building and the surrounding environment. Also; they have to propose different alternatives and compares them to choose the appropriate environmental design in innovative and creative manner consistent with the concept of green architecture.
The graduates of the program will be able to:
a) Apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering concepts to the solution of engineering problems.
b) Design a system; component and process to meet the required needs within realistic constraints.
c) Design and conduct experiments as well as analyze and interpret data.
d) Identify, formulate and solve fundamental engineering problems.
e) Use the techniques, skills, and appropriate engineering tools, necessary for engineering practice and project management.
f) Work effectively within multi-disciplinary teams.
g) Communicate effectively.
h) Consider the impacts of engineering solutions on society & environment.
i) Demonstrate knowledge of contemporary engineering issues.
j) Display professional and ethical responsibilities; and contextual understanding
k) Engage in self- and life- long learning.
l) Demonstrate investigative skills, attention to details, and visualize/conceptual skills.
m) Adopt a holistic problem solving approach for complex, ambiguous, and open-ended challenges and scenarios.
n) Demonstrate knowledge of cultural diversity, differences and the impact of a building on community character and identity.
o) Address urban issues, planning and community needs through design work.
p) Recognize the new role of architectural engineer as the leader of design projects –who has the ability to understand, assemble and coordinate all of the disciplines – to create a sustainable environment.
1.2 Program Structure
The program consists of 180 credit hours divided on 10 semesters as per the following reference study plan.
Semester 1, Level 0, Credits = 18

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1BAS 011Mathematics (1)3
2BAS 021Physics (1)3
3BAS 031Mechanics (1)3
4BAS 041Chemistry3
5BAS 061Engineering Drawing and Projection4
6BAS 014Information Technology2

Semester 2, Level 0, Credits = 18

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1BAS 012Mathematics (2)3
2BAS 022Physics (2)3
3BAS 023Computer Programming (1)2
4BAS 032Mechanics (2)3
5BAS 033Production Engineering3
6HUM X25Engineering History and Introduction to Engineering Sciences2
7HUM 012English Language2

Semester 3, Level 1, Credits = 17

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1ARC 111Visual Formation and Fundamentals of Design3
2ARC 112Skiagraphy & Perspective3
3ARC 121Theories of Architecture (1)2
4ARC 131Building Construction (1)3
5CIV 110Surveying2
6BAS X51Statistics2
7HUM XXXElective Humanities-12

Semester 4, Level 1, Credits = 18

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1ARC 122History of Architecture (1)2
2ARC 132Building Construction (2)3
3ARC 142Introduction to Environmental Sciences2
4ARC 151Architectural Design Studio (1)4
5CIV 140Building Materials3
6HUM 111Human Rights2
7HUM XXXElective Humanities-22

Semester 5, Level 2, Credits = 18

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1ARC 222Thermal Environment Control2
2ARC 223History of Architecture (2)2
3ARC 233Building Construction (3)3
4ARC 252Architectural Design Studio (2)4
5CIV 221Structural Analysis3
6HUM X14Scientific Thinking and Technical Report Writing Skills2
7HUM XXXElective Humanities-32

Semester 6, Level 2, Credits = 18

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1ARC 224Theories of Architecture (2)2
2ARC 242Acoustics in Architecture2
3ARC 244Principles of Green Architecture3
4ARC 253Architectural Design Studio (3)4
5CIV 231Concrete Structures3
6CIV 241Sanitary Installations in Buildings2
7HUM X13Communication and Presentation Skills2

Semester 7, Level 3, Credits = 18

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1ARC 325History of Islamic Architecture2
2ARC 334Working Drawings (1)3
3ARC 241Electrical Installations and Lighting in Buildings2
4ARC 354Architectural Design Studio (4)4
5CIV 322Steel Structures3
6ARC 3XXElective-A-12
7BAS X61Engineering Economics2

Semester 8, Level 3, Credits = 18

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1ARC 314Building Economics2
2ARC 321New and Renewable Energy2
3ARC 335Working Drawings (2)3
4ARC 355Architectural Design Studio (5)4
5ARC 362Urban Design3
6MEC 343Mechanical Installations in Buildings2
7ARC 3XXElective-A-22

Semester 9, Level 4, Credits = 18

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1ARC 415Building Performance Simulation3
2ARC 435Working Drawings (3)3
3ARC 456Architectural Design Studio (6)4
4ARC 491Project (1)2
5CIV 473Projects Management3
6ARC 4XXElective-B-13
7ARC 415Building Performance Simulation3

Semester 10, Level 4, Credits = 19

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1ARC 441Assessment of Structure Life-Cycle2
2ARC 471Work Documents3
3ARC 448Buildings Evaluation Codes2
4ARC 492Project (2)4
5ARC 4XXElective-B-23
6ARC 4XXElective-B-33
7HUM X31Legislations and Professional Ethics2

1.3 Program Course Map

 

2. Structural Engineering Program
2.1 Program Aim
The program aims to graduate structural engineers who are able to analyze and design elements and structural systems that attain the design purposes and to ensure the safety and comfort of users. Their work focuses on the safety, economic and environmental aspects. Structural engineer working on creating and design powerful structures that resist permanent loads as well as temporary loads resulting from wind, earthquakes and heat to prevent any structural problems.
The graduates of the program will be able to:
a) Apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering concepts to the solution of engineering problems.
b) Design a system; component and process to meet the required needs within realistic constraints.
c) Design and conduct experiments as well as analyze and interpret data.
d) Identify, formulate and solve fundamental engineering problems.
e) Use the techniques, skills, and appropriate engineering tools, necessary for engineering practice and project management.
f) Work effectively within multi-disciplinary teams.
g) Communicate effectively.
h) Consider the impacts of engineering solutions on society & environment.
i) Demonstrate knowledge of contemporary engineering issues.
j) Display professional and ethical responsibilities; and contextual understanding
k) Engage in self- and life- long learning.
l) Act professionally in design and supervision of structural engineering practice.
n) Design, construct and protect excavations and underground structures, for different purposes
m) Use the codes of practice of structural engineering disciplines effectively and professionally
o) Select appropriate building materials from the perspective of strength, durability, suitability of use to environmental and loading conditions
p) Design and construct structures for protection against dangers of unexpected natural events such as floods, earthquakes and storms.
q) Develop and review drawings and specifications for structural engineering projects.
r) Implement computer-aided design (CAD) to simulate structural behavior under various working conditions.
s) Inspect defects and damages in existing structures and recommend options for repair or demolition
t) Design and construct adequate maintenance and repair systems
u) Implement quality assurance and quality control systems in engineering projects.
v) Lead and supervise a group of engineers and site technicians.
2.2 Program Structure
The program consists of 180 credit hours divided on 10 semesters as per the following reference study plan.
Semester 1, Level 0, Credits = 18

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1BAS 011Mathematics (1)3
2BAS 021Physics (1)3
3BAS 031Mechanics (1)3
4BAS 041Chemistry3
5BAS 061Engineering Drawing and Projection4
6BAS 014Information Technology2

Semester 2, Level 0, Credits = 18

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1BAS 012Mathematics (2)3
2BAS 022Physics (2)3
3BAS 023Computer Programming (1)2
4BAS 032Mechanics (2)3
5BAS 033Production Engineering3
6HUM X25Engineering History and Introduction to Engineering Sciences2
7HUM 012English Language2

Semester 3, Level 1, Credits = 18

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1BAS 113Mathematics (3)3
2BAS 131Engineering Geology2
3CIV 121Analysis of Structures (1)3
4CIV 141Properties and Testing of Building Materials (1)3
5CIV 150Civil Drawing3
6BAS X51Statistics2
7HUM XXXElective Humanities-12

Semester 4, Level 1, Credits = 18

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1CIV 111Surveying (1)3
2CIV 122Analysis of Structures (2)3
3CIV 142Properties and Testing of Building Materials (2)3
4CIV 171Fluid Mechanics3
5ARC 130Building Construction2
6HUM 111Human Rights2
7HUM XXXElective Humanities-22

Semester 5, Level 2, Credits = 19

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1CIV 212Surveying (2)3
2CIV 223Analysis of Structures (3)3
3CIV 243Properties and Testing of Building Materials (3)3
4CIV 251Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures (1)3
5CIV 262Soil Mechanics (1)3
6HUM X14Scientific Thinking and Technical Report Writing Skills2
7HUM XXXElective Humanities-32

Semester 6, Level 2, Credits = 19

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1CIV 213Surveying (3)3
2CIV 224Analysis of Structures (4)3
3CIV 252Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures (2)3
4CIV 263Soil Mechanics (2)3
5CIV 264Principles of Hydraulics2
6CIV 265Environmental and Sanitary Engineering3
7HUM X13Communication and Presentation Skills2

Semester 7, Level 3, Credits = 18

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1CIV 345Foundation Engineering (1)3
2CIV 353Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures (3)3
3CIV 354Design of Steel Structures (1)3
4CIV 365Design of Irrigation Works3
5CIV 3XXElective-A-12
6CIV 3XXElective-A-22
7BAS X61Engineering Economics2

Semester 8, Level 3, Credits = 17

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1CIV 346Foundation Engineering (2)3
2CIV 355Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures (4)3
3CIV 356Design of Steel Structures (2)3
4CIV 367Transportation Planning and Traffic Engineering3
5CIV 368Matrix Structural Analysis2
6CIV XXXElective-B-13

Semester 9, Level 4, Credits = 17

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1CIV 457Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures (5)3
2CIV 458Design of Steel Structures (3)3
3CIV 468Highway Engineering3
4CIV 473Projects Management3
5CIV 481Computer-Aided Structural Analysis3
6CIV 491Project (1)2

Semester 10, Level 4, Credits = 18

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1CIV 471Repair and Strengthening of Structures3
2CIV 482Bids Documents and Contracts3
3CIV 492Project (2)4
4CIV XXXElective-B-23
5CIV XXXElective-B-33
6HUM X31Legislations and Professional Ethics2

2.3 Program Course Map

 

3. Energy Engineering and Renewable Energies Program
3.1 Program Aim
The program aims to graduate energy engineers who are able to analyze and design elements and renewable systems that attain the design purposes and to ensure the safety and clean energy. Their work focuses on the safety, economic and environmental aspects.
The graduates of the program will be able to:
a) Apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering concepts to the solution of engineering problems.
b) Design a system; component and process to meet the required needs within realistic constraints.
c) Design and conduct experiments as well as analyze and interpret data.
d) Identify, formulate and solve fundamental engineering problems.
e) Use the techniques, skills, and appropriate engineering tools, necessary for engineering practice and project management.
f) Work effectively within multi-disciplinary teams.
g) Communicate effectively.
h) Consider the impacts of engineering solutions on society & environment.
i) Demonstrate knowledge of contemporary engineering issues.
j) Display professional and ethical responsibilities; and contextual understanding
k) Engage in self- and life- long learning.
l) Evaluate the sustainability and environmental issues related to mechanical power systems.
m) Use energy efficiently.
n) Apply industrial safety.
o) Apply and integrate knowledge, understanding and skills of different subjects and available computer software to solve real problems in industries and power stations.
p) Lead or supervise a group of engineers, technicians and work force.
q) Carry out preliminary designs of fluid transmission and new and renewable energy systems, investigate their performance and solve their essential operational problems.
r) Design, operate and maintain internal combustion, steam engines and new and renewable energy systems
3.2 Program Structure
The program consists of 180 credit hours divided on 10 semesters as per the following reference study plan.
Semester 1, Level 0, Credits = 18

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1BAS 011Mathematics (1)3
2BAS 021Physics (1)3
3BAS 031Mechanics (1)3
4BAS 041Chemistry3
5BAS 061Engineering Drawing and Projection4
6BAS 014Information Technology2

Semester 2, Level 0, Credits = 18

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1BAS 012Mathematics (2)3
2BAS 022Physics (2)3
3BAS 023Computer Programming (1)2
4BAS 032Mechanics (2)3
5BAS 033Production Engineering3
6HUM X25Engineering History and Introduction to Engineering Sciences2
7HUM 012English Language2

Semester 3, Level 1, Credits = 19

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1BAS 113Mathematics (3)3
2BAS 114Differential Equations3
3MEC 111Thermodynamics3
4MEC 112Properties and Testing of Materials3
5ELE 111Electrical Circuits3
6BAS X51Statistics2
7HUM XXXElective Humanities-12

Semester 4, Level 1, Credits = 16

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1MEC 141Sources of Renewable Energy2
2MEC 142Energy Conversion3
3MEC 143Manufacturing Techniques2
4ELE 112Electrical Measurements3
5ELE 151Electromagnetic Fields2
6HUM 111Human Rights2
7HUM XXXElective Humanities-22

Semester 5, Level 2, Credits = 19

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1MEC 222Heat Transfer3
2MEC 251Fluid Dynamics3
3MEC 253Machines Manufacturing3
4ELE 223Electrical Machines (1)3
5ELE 254Electronic Engineering3
6HUM X14Scientific Thinking and Technical Report Writing Skills2
7HUM XXXElective Humanities-32

Semester 6, Level 2, Credits = 17

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1MEC 233Control Systems3
2MEC 252Engineering Measurements3
3MEC 264Machines Theory3
4ELE 255Electrical Power Engineering3
5ELE 256Electrical Machines (2)3
6HUM X13Communication and Presentation Skills2

Semester 7, Level 3, Credits = 19

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1MEC 335Mechanical Design of Machines3
2MEC 336Combustion and Furnaces3
3ELE 331Solar Energy (1)2
4ELE 332Photovoltaic3
5ELE 333Automated Systems based on Microprocessor3
6ELE 334Power Electronics (1)3
7BAS X61Engineering Economics2

Semester 8, Level 3, Credits = 18

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1MEC 243Internal Combustion Engines3
2MEC 337Thermal Power Plants3
3MEC 341Mechanical Vibrations3
4ELE 338Power Electronics (2)3
5ELE 344Energy Storage Technologies3
6ELE 345Quality of Electrical Power3

Semester 9, Level 4, Credits = 18

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1ELE 432Solar Energy (2)3
2ELE 433Connecting Renewable Energy Sources with Grids3
3ELE 435Generation, Transmission and Operation Economies2
4ELE 491Project (1)4
5XXX XXXElective-13
6XXX XXXElective-23

Semester 10, Level 4, Credits = 18

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1ELE 436Wind Energy3
2ELE 437Electric Drive Systems3
3ELE 492Project (2)4
4XXX XXXElective-33
5XXX XXXElective-43
6HUM X31Legislations and Professional Ethics2

3.3 Program Course Map

 

4. Mechatronics Engineering Program
4.1 Program Aim
The program aims to graduate mechatronics engineers who are able to analyze and design elements and mechatronics systems that attain the design purposes and to ensure the safety and economical aspects.
The graduates of the program will be able to:
a) Apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering concepts to the solution of engineering problems.
b) Design a system; component and process to meet the required needs within realistic constraints.
c) Design and conduct experiments as well as analyze and interpret data.
d) Identify, formulate and solve fundamental engineering problems.
e) Use the techniques, skills, and appropriate engineering tools, necessary for engineering practice and project management.
f) Work effectively within multi-disciplinary teams.
g) Communicate effectively.
h) Consider the impacts of engineering solutions on society & environment.
i) Demonstrate knowledge of contemporary engineering issues.
j) Display professional and ethical responsibilities; and contextual understanding
k) Engage in self- and life- long learning.
l) Demonstrate and apply knowledge and skills necessary to analyze mechatronics systems involving sensors, actuators and control elements.
m) Demonstrate a systematic knowledge and understanding of mathematics and engineering science that underpins the discipline of mechanical, electrical, electronic and software engineering
n) Apply knowledge and skills needed to design and maintain mechatronics systems
o) Establish an entry point for post-graduate study in Egypt
p) Communicate effectively and undertake continuing professional development.
4.2 Program Structure
The program consists of 180 credit hours divided on 10 semesters as per the following reference study plan.
Semester 1, Level 0, Credits = 18

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1BAS 011Mathematics (1)3
2BAS 021Physics (1)3
3BAS 031Mechanics (1)3
4BAS 041Chemistry3
5BAS 061Engineering Drawing and Projection4
6BAS 014Information Technology2

Semester 2, Level 0, Credits = 18

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1BAS 012Mathematics (2)3
2BAS 022Physics (2)3
3BAS 023Computer Programming (1)2
4BAS 032Mechanics (2)3
5BAS 033Production Engineering3
6HUM X25Engineering History and Introduction to Engineering Sciences2
7HUM 012English Language2

Semester 3, Level 1, Credits = 19

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1BAS 113Mathematics (3)3
2BAS 114Differential Equations3
3MEC 111Thermodynamics3
4MEC 112Properties and Testing of Materials3
5ELE 111Electrical Circuits3
6BAS X51Statistics2
7HUM XXXElective Humanities-12

Semester 4, Level 1, Credits = 19

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1MEC 121Fluid Mechanics3
2MEC 131Stress Analysis3
3MEC 132Cutting Materials and Digital Operating Machines3
4COM 122Logical Design3
5COM 123Computer Programming (2)3
6HUM 111Human Rights2
7HUM XXXElective Humanities-22

Semester 5, Level 2, Credits = 19

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1MEC 210Design of Machine Parts3
2MEC 221Principles of Mechatronics Engineering3
3MEC 222Heat Transfer3
4MEC 224Mechanical Design3
5ELE 223Electrical Machines3
6HUM X14Scientific Thinking and Technical Report Writing Skills2
7HUM XXXElective Humanities-32

Semester 6, Level 2, Credits = 18

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1MEC 226Mechanics of Vibrations3
2MEC 233Control Systems3
3MEC 243Modeling and Simulation of Engineering Systems2
4MEC 232Measurements and Measuring Devices3
5ELE 256Computerized Design and Manufacturing2
6ECO 242Electronic Circuits3
7HUM X13Communication and Presentation Skills2

Semester 7, Level 3, Credits = 17

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1MEC 341Dynamics and Kinametics of Machines3
2MEC 343Introduction to Systems Dynamics3
3ECO 382Electronic Engineering3
4ECO 383Power Electronics3
5COM 244Precision Controllers3
6BAS X61Engineering Economics2

Semester 8, Level 3, Credits = 18

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1MEC 352Principles of Control Systems3
2MEC 353Design of Mechatronics Systems3
3MEC 354Robotics (1)3
4MEC 356Automatic Control3
5ECO 384Precision Processors3
6XXX XXXElective-13

Semester 9, Level 4, Credits = 18

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1MEC 455Robotics (2)3
2MEC 456Motion Control3
3MEC 457Hydraulic and Pneumatic Control3
4MEC 461Auto Mechatronics3
5MEC 491Project (1)3
6XXX XXXElective-23

Semester 10, Level 4, Credits = 16

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1MEC 462Biomechatronics3
2MEC 492Project (2)5
3XXX XXXElective-33
4XXX XXXElective-43
5HUM X31Legislations and Professional Ethics2

4.3 Program Course Map

 

5. Electronics Engineering and Electrical Communications Program
5.1 Program Aim
The program aims to graduate electronics and electrical communication engineers who are able to analyze and design elements electronics and electric communication systems that attain the design purposes and to develop. Their work focuses on the safety, develop the IT, Electronics and electrical communication sectors.
The graduates of the program will be able to:
a) Apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering concepts to the solution of engineering problems.
b) Design a system; component and process to meet the required needs within realistic constraints.
c) Design and conduct experiments as well as analyze and interpret data.
d) Identify, formulate and solve fundamental engineering problems.
e) Use the techniques, skills, and appropriate engineering tools, necessary for engineering practice and project management.
f) Work effectively within multi-disciplinary teams.
g) Communicate effectively.
h) Consider the impacts of engineering solutions on society & environment.
i) Demonstrate knowledge of contemporary engineering issues.
j) Display professional and ethical responsibilities; and contextual understanding
k) Engage in self- and life- long learning.
l) Participate in and lead quality improvement projects.
m) Manipulate with the electronic circuits, all the way from the discrete components level, circuits’ analysis and design, to the troubleshooting with emphasis on electronic power devices.
n) Apply control theory and measurement principals for industrial variables, signal conversion, conditioning and processing.
o) Deal with the computers hardware, software, operating systems and interfacing.
p) Design, operate and maintain digital and analog communication, mobile communication, coding, and decoding systems
5.2 Program Structure
The program consists of 180 credit hours divided on 10 semesters as per the following reference study plan.
Semester 1, Level 0, Credits = 18

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1BAS 011Mathematics (1)3
2BAS 021Physics (1)3
3BAS 031Mechanics (1)3
4BAS 041Chemistry3
5BAS 061Engineering Drawing and Projection4
6BAS 014Information Technology2

Semester 2, Level 0, Credits = 18

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1BAS 012Mathematics (2)3
2BAS 022Physics (2)3
3BAS 023Computer Programming (1)2
4BAS 032Mechanics (2)3
5BAS 033Production Engineering3
6HUM X25Engineering History and Introduction to Engineering Sciences2
7HUM 012English Language2

 

6. Computers Engineering and Systems Program
6.1 Program Aim
The program aims to provide future engineers with appropriate theoretical knowledge and technical skills to respond to professional market demand
The graduates of the program will be able to:
a) Apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering concepts to the solution of engineering problems.
b) Design a system; component and process to meet the required needs within realistic constraints.
c) Design and conduct experiments as well as analyze and interpret data.
d) Identify, formulate and solve fundamental engineering problems.
e) Use the techniques, skills, and appropriate engineering tools, necessary for engineering practice and project management.
f) Work effectively within multi-disciplinary teams.
g) Communicate effectively.
h) Consider the impacts of engineering solutions on society & environment.
i) Demonstrate knowledge of contemporary engineering issues.
j) Display professional and ethical responsibilities; and contextual understanding
k) Engage in self- and life- long learning.
l) Demonstrate inductive reasoning abilities, figuring general rules and conclusions about seemingly unrelated events
m) Use current advanced techniques, skills, and tools necessary for computing practices to specify, design, and implement computer-based systems.
n) Recognize the information requirements of various business activities on both operational and decision making levels.
o) Tackling business problems using system analysis tools and techniques.
p) Managing projects related to computer systems in diverse fields of applications.
q) Implementing phases of the computer system development life cycle, procurement and installation of hardware, software design, data manipulation and system operations
6.2 Program Structure
The program consists of 180 credit hours divided on 10 semesters as per the following reference study plan.
Semester 1, Level 0, Credits = 18

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1BAS 011Mathematics (1)3
2BAS 021Physics (1)3
3BAS 031Mechanics (1)3
4BAS 041Chemistry3
5BAS 061Engineering Drawing and Projection4
6BAS 014Information Technology2

Semester 2, Level 0, Credits = 18

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1BAS 012Mathematics (2)3
2BAS 022Physics (2)3
3BAS 023Computer Programming (1)2
4BAS 032Mechanics (2)3
5BAS 033Production Engineering3
6HUM X25Engineering History and Introduction to Engineering Sciences2
7HUM 012English Language2

 

7. Chemical Engineering Program
7.1 Program Aim
The program aims to graduate chemical engineers who are able to analyze and design elements and structural systems that attain the design purposes and to ensure the safety and comfort of users. Their work focuses on the safety, economic and environmental aspects. Structural engineer working on creating and design powerful structures that resist permanent loads as well as temporary loads resulting from wind, earthquakes and heat to prevent any structural problems.
The graduates of the program will be able to:
a) Apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering concepts to the solution of engineering problems.
b) Design a system; component and process to meet the required needs within realistic constraints.
c) Design and conduct experiments as well as analyze and interpret data.
d) Identify, formulate and solve fundamental engineering problems.
e) Use the techniques, skills, and appropriate engineering tools, necessary for engineering practice and project management.
f) Work effectively within multi-disciplinary teams.
g) Communicate effectively.
h) Consider the impacts of engineering solutions on society & environment.
i) Demonstrate knowledge of contemporary engineering issues.
j) Display professional and ethical responsibilities; and contextual understanding
k) Engage in self- and life- long learning.
l) Build upon sound foundation in mathematics and other request science
m) Utilize and manage resources creatively through effective analysis and interpretation.
n) Recognize the potential and applicability of computer based methods in chemical engineering design.
o) Draw upon a basic knowledge of chemical process industries.
p) Address the issues of process dynamics and control in plant operation.
q) Plan and execute research work, evaluate outcomes and draw conclusions.
r) Relate chemical reactions and their characteristics to process industries.
s) Engage in safe laboratory practice.
t) Apply knowledge and skills to respond to the recent technological changes.
u) Identify and control the impact that chemical engineering has on society from an environmental, economic, social and cultural point of view.
v) Recognize the challenging role and responsibilities of the professional engineer, while abiding by the ethics of the profession
7.2 Program Structure
The program consists of 180 credit hours divided on 10 semesters as per the following reference study plan.
Semester 1, Level 0, Credits = 18

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1BAS 011Mathematics (1)3
2BAS 021Physics (1)3
3BAS 031Mechanics (1)3
4BAS 041Chemistry3
5BAS 061Engineering Drawing and Projection4
6BAS 014Information Technology2

Semester 2, Level 0, Credits = 18

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1BAS 012Mathematics (2)3
2BAS 022Physics (2)3
3BAS 023Computer Programming (1)2
4BAS 032Mechanics (2)3
5BAS 033Production Engineering3
6HUM X25Engineering History and Introduction to Engineering Sciences2
7HUM 012English Language2

 

8. Petrochemicals Engineering Program
8.1 Program Aim
The program aims to graduate peterochemical engineers who are able to analyze and design elements and peterochemical systems that attain the design purposes and to ensure the safety and environmental aspects. Their work focuses on the safety, economic and environmental aspects.
The graduates of the program will be able to:
a) Apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering concepts to the solution of engineering problems.
b) Design a system; component and process to meet the required needs within realistic constraints.
c) Design and conduct experiments as well as analyze and interpret data.
d) Identify, formulate and solve fundamental engineering problems.
e) Use the techniques, skills, and appropriate engineering tools, necessary for engineering practice and project management.
f) Work effectively within multi-disciplinary teams.
g) Communicate effectively.
h) Consider the impacts of engineering solutions on society & environment.
i) Demonstrate knowledge of contemporary engineering issues.
j) Display professional and ethical responsibilities; and contextual understanding
k) Engage in self- and life- long learning.
l) Build upon sound foundation in mathematics and other request science
m) Utilize and manage resources creatively through effective analysis and interpretation.
n) Recognize the potential and applicability of computer based methods in chemical engineering design.
o) Draw upon a basic knowledge of chemical process industries.
p) Address the issues of process dynamics and control in plant operation.
q) Plan and execute research work, evaluate outcomes and draw conclusions.
r) Relate chemical reactions and their characteristics to process industries.
s) Engage in safe laboratory practice.
t) Apply knowledge and skills to respond to the recent technological changes.
u) Identify and control the impact that chemical engineering has on society from an environmental, economic, social and cultural point of view.
v) Recognize the challenging role and responsibilities of the professional engineer, while abiding by the ethics of the profession.
8.2 Program Structure
The program consists of 180 credit hours divided on 10 semesters as per the following reference study plan.
Semester 1, Level 0, Credits = 18

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1BAS 011Mathematics (1)3
2BAS 021Physics (1)3
3BAS 031Mechanics (1)3
4BAS 041Chemistry3
5BAS 061Engineering Drawing and Projection4
6BAS 014Information Technology2

Semester 2, Level 0, Credits = 18

#CodeEnglish TitleCredits
1BAS 012Mathematics (2)3
2BAS 022Physics (2)3
3BAS 023Computer Programming (1)2
4BAS 032Mechanics (2)3
5BAS 033Production Engineering3
6HUM X25Engineering History and Introduction to Engineering Sciences2
7HUM 012English Language2

Degrees:

Degrees :-

The School of Engineering and Technology offers the following Bachelor of Science degrees.

  1. B.Sc. in Architecture
  2. B.Sc. in Structural Engineering
  3. B.Sc. in Energy Engineering and Renewable Energies
  4. B.Sc. in Mechatronics Engineering
  5. B.Sc. in Electronics Engineering and Electrical Communications
  6. B.Sc. in Computers Engineering and Systems
  7. B.Sc. in Chemical Engineering
  8. B.Sc. in Petrochemicals Engineering

Courses:

Courses
Each undergraduate academic program offers a list of courses equivalent to 180 credit hours, which are categorized as follows:
a. University compulsory courses equivalent to 10 credits (5 courses)
b. University elective courses equivalent to 6 credits (3 courses)
c. Engineering compulsory courses equivalent to 38 credits (14 courses)
d. Program specialty compulsory and elective courses equivalent to 126 credits
Course Directory
1. University Compulsory Courses
2. University Elective Courses
3. Engineering Compulsory Courses
4. Specialty Courses of Architecture Program
5. Specialty Courses of Structural Engineering Program
6. Specialty Courses of Energy Engineering and Renewable Energies Program
7. Specialty Courses of Mechatronics Engineering Program
8. Specialty Courses of Electronics Engineering and Electrical Communications Program
9. Specialty Courses of Computers Engineering and Systems Program
10. Specialty Courses of Chemical Engineering Program
11. Specialty Courses of Petrochemicals Engineering Program

 

1. University Compulsory Courses
LrHr = Lecture Hours
TuHr = Tutorial Hours
PrHr = Practical/Lab Hours
CtHr = Contact Total Hours
Prq1 = Prerequisite No. 1
Prq2 = Prerequisite No. 2

#CodeEnglish TitleCreditsLevSemLrHrTuHrPrHrCtHrPrq1Prq2
1BAS 014Information Technology2011124XX
2HUM 012English Language2021203XX
3HUM 111Human Rights2122002XX
4HUM X14Scientific Thinking and Technical Report Writing Skills2211203XX
5HUM X13Communication and Presentation Skills2221203XX
2. University Elective Courses
LrHr = Lecture Hours
TuHr = Tutorial Hours
PrHr = Practical/Lab Hours
CtHr = Contact Total Hours
Prq1 = Prerequisite No. 1
Prq2 = Prerequisite No. 2
Student selects 3 courses equivalent to 6 credits

#CodeEnglish TitleCreditsLevSemLrHrTuHrPrHrCtHrPrq1Prq2
1HUM X15Management of Human Resources2112002XX
2HUM X16Decision Making and Problem Solving Skills2122002XX
3HUM X17Industrial and Environmental Safety2212002XX
4HUM X18Arabic Language22002XX
5HUM X19Introduction to History of Civilizations22002XX
6HUM X20Egyptian Literary Heritage22002XX
7HUM X21Arab Islamic Civilization22002XX
8HUM X22Modern Egyptian History22002XX
9HUM X23Contemporary Art Trends22002XX
3. Engineering Compulsory Courses
LrHr = Lecture Hours
TuHr = Tutorial Hours
PrHr = Practical/Lab Hours
CtHr = Contact Total Hours
Prq1 = Prerequisite No. 1
Prq2 = Prerequisite No. 2

#CodeEnglish TitleCreditsLevSemLrHrTuHrPrHrCtHrPrq1Prq2
1BAS 011Mathematics (1)3012204XX
2BAS 021Physics (1)3012125XX
3BAS 031Mechanics (1)3012204XX
4BAS 041Chemistry3012125XX
5BAS 061Engineering Drawing and Projection4012327XX
6BAS 012Mathematics (2)3022204BAS 011X
7BAS 022Physics (2)3022125BAS 021X
8BAS 023Computer Programming (1)2021124XX
9BAS 032Mechanics (2)3022214XX
10BAS 033Production Engineering3022035XX
11HUM X25Engineering History and Introduction to Engineering Sciences2022002XX
12BAS X51Statistics2111203XX
13BAS X61Engineering Economics2311203XX
14HUM X71Legislations and Professional Ethics2422002XX
4. Specialty Courses of Architecture Program
LrHr = Lecture Hours
TuHr = Tutorial Hours
PrHr = Practical/Lab Hours
CtHr = Contact Total Hours
Prq1 = Prerequisite No. 1
Prq2 = Prerequisite No. 2
A. Compulsory courses: 41 courses equivalent to 113 credits

#CodeEnglish TitleCreditsLevSemLrHrTuHrPrHrCtHrPrq1Prq2
1ARC 111Visual Formation and Fundamentals of Design3111405XX
2ARC 112Skiagraphy & Perspective3112305XX
3ARC 121Theories of Architecture (1)2112002XX
4ARC 131Building Construction (1)3111405XX
5CIV 110Surveying2111034XX
6ARC 122History of Architecture (1)2122002XX
7ARC 132Building Construction (2)3121405ARC 131X
8ARC 142Introduction to Environmental Sciences2122002XX
9ARC 151Architectural Design Studio (1)4120808ARC 111X
10CIV 140Building Materials3122125XX
11ARC 222Thermal Environment Control2211203ARC 142X
12ARC 223History of Architecture (2)2212002ARC 122X
13ARC 233Building Construction (3)3211405ARC 132X
14ARC 252Architectural Design Studio (2)4210808ARC 151X
15CIV 221Structural Analysis3212204XX
16ARC 224Theories of Architecture (2)2222002ARC 121X
17ARC 242Acoustics in Architecture2222002XX
18ARC 244Principles of Green Architecture3222204ARC 222X
19ARC 253Architectural Design Studio (3)4220808ARC 252X
20CIV 231Concrete Structures3222204CIV 221X
21CIV 241Sanitary Installations in Buildings2222103XX
22ARC 325History of Islamic Architecture2312002ARC 223X
23ARC 334Working Drawings (1)3311405ARC 233X
24ARC 241Electrical Installations and Lighting in Buildings2312002XX
25ARC 354Architectural Design Studio (4)4310808ARC 244ARC 253
26CIV 322Steel Structures3312204CIV 221X
27ARC 314Building Economics2321203ARC 244X
28ARC 321New and Renewable Energy2322002XX
29ARC 335Working Drawings (2)3321405ARC 334X
30ARC 355Architectural Design Studio (5)4320808ARC 354X
31ARC 362Urban Design3322204XX
32MEC 343Mechanical Installations in Buildings2322002XX
33ARC 415Building Performance Simulation3412035ARC 244X
34ARC 435Working Drawings (3)3411405ARC 335X
35ARC 456Architectural Design Studio (6)4410808ARC 355X
36ARC 491Project (1)2410404ARC 355X
37CIV 473Projects Management3412204XX
38ARC 441Assessment of Structure Life-Cycle2422004XX
39ARC 471Work Documents3422204ARC 335X
40ARC 448Buildings Evaluation Codes2421203ARC 244X
41ARC 492Project (2)4420808ARC 491X

B. Elective courses Group-A: Student selects 2 courses equivalent to 4 credits

#CodeEnglish TitleCreditsLevSemLrHrTuHrPrHrCtHrPrq1Prq2
1ARC 363Housing231,21203XX
2ARC 364Local Architecture231,21203XX
3ARC 365Urban and Architectural Heritage231,21203XX
4ARC 366Landscape231,21203XX

C. Elective courses Group-B: Student selects 3 courses equivalent to 9 credits

#CodeEnglish TitleCreditsLevSemLrHrTuHrPrHrCtHrPrq1Prq2
1ARC 481Human Aspects in Architecture341,22204XX
2ARC 482Interior Design341,22204XX
3ARC 483Architecture Criticism and Project Evaluation341,22204XX
4ARC 484Urban Renewal and Developing341,22204XX
5ARC 485Building Repair and Maintenance341,22204XX
6ARC 486Geographic Information Systems341,22204XX
5. Specialty Courses of Structural Engineering Program
LrHr = Lecture Hours
TuHr = Tutorial Hours
PrHr = Practical/Lab Hours
CtHr = Contact Total Hours
Prq1 = Prerequisite No. 1
Prq2 = Prerequisite No. 2
A. Compulsory courses: 39 courses equivalent to 113 credits

#CodeEnglish TitleCreditsLevSemLrHrTuHrPrHrCtHrPrq1Prq2
1BAS 113Mathematics (3)3112204BAS 012X
2BAS 131Engineering Geology2111203XX
3CIV 121Analysis of Structures (1)3112204BAS 031X
4CIV 141Properties and Testing of Building Materials (1)3112125XX
5CIV 150Civil Drawing3111405BAS 061X
6CIV 111Surveying (1)3122035XX
7CIV 122Analysis of Structures (2)3122204CIV 121X
8CIV 142Properties and Testing of Building Materials (2)3122125CIV 141X
9CIV 171Fluid Mechanics3122125XX
10ARC 130Building Construction2121304XX
11CIV 212Surveying (2)3212035CIV 111X
12CIV 223Analysis of Structures (3)3212204CIV 122X
13CIV 243Properties and Testing of Building Materials (3)3212125CIV 142X
14CIV 251Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures (1)3212204CIV 122X
15CIV 262Soil Mechanics (1)3212204BAS 131X
16CIV 213Surveying (3)3222035CIV 212X
17CIV 224Analysis of Structures (4)3222204CIV 223X
18CIV 252Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures (2)3222204CIV 251X
19CIV 263Soil Mechanics (2)3222125CIV 262X
20CIV 264Principles of Hydraulics2222103CIV 171X
21CIV 265Environmental and Sanitary Engineering3222125CIV 171X
22CIV 345Foundation Engineering (1)3312204CIV 263X
23CIV 353Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures (3)3312204CIV 252X
24CIV 354Design of Steel Structures (1)3312204CIV 122X
25CIV 365Design of Irrigation Works3312215CIV 264X
26CIV 346Foundation Engineering (2)3322204CIV 345X
27CIV 355Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures (4)3322204CIV 353X
28CIV 356Design of Steel Structures (2)3322204CIV 354X
29CIV 367Transportation Planning and Traffic Engineering3322204XX
30CIV 368Matrix Structural Analysis2321203CIV 224X
31CIV 457Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures (5)3412204CIV 355X
32CIV 458Design of Steel Structures (3)3412204CIV 356X
33CIV 468Highway Engineering3412204CIV 263X
34CIV 473Projects Management3412204XX
35CIV 481Computer-Aided Structural Analysis3412035CIV 224X
36CIV 491Project (1)2411304XX
37CIV 471Repair and Strengthening of Structures3422204CIV 353X
38CIV 482Bids Documents and Contracts3422204XX
39CIV 492Project (2)4422608CIV 491X

B. Elective courses Group-A: Student selects 2 courses equivalent to 4 credits

#CodeEnglish TitleCreditsLevSemLrHrTuHrPrHrCtHrPrq1Prq2
1CIV 366Technical Installations in Buildings2312103XX
2CIV 374Risk Management and Safety2312103XX
3CIV 475Financial Management and Accounting for Construction Works2312103XX
4CIV 483Construction Equipment and Methods2312103XX
5CIV 485Rehabilitation and Maintenance of Buildings2312103XX
6CIV 486Geographic Information Systems2312103XX

C. Elective courses Group-B: Student selects 3 courses equivalent to 9 credits

#CodeEnglish TitleCreditsLevSemLrHrTuHrPrHrCtHrPrq1Prq2
1CIV 325Wall Bearing Structures33,422204CIV 252X
2CIV 326Earthquakes Engineering33,422204CIV 224X
3CIV 335Concrete Bridges33,422204CIV 355X
4CIV 353High-rise Steel Buildings33,422204CIV 356X
5CIV 354Space Steel Structures33,422204CIV 356X
6CIV 476Analysis and Design of Tall Buildings33,422204CIV 355X
7CIV 484Tunnels and Underground Structures33,422204CIV 263X
8CIV 485Prestressed Concrete33,422204CIV 355X

 

6. Specialty Courses of Energy Engineering and Renewable Energies Program
LrHr = Lecture Hours
TuHr = Tutorial Hours
PrHr = Practical/Lab Hours
CtHr = Contact Total Hours
Prq1 = Prerequisite No. 1
Prq2 = Prerequisite No. 2
A. Compulsory courses: 39 courses equivalent to 113 credits

#CodeEnglish TitleCreditsLevSemLrHrTuHrPrHrCtHrPrq1Prq2
1BAS 113Mathematics (3)3112204BAS 012X
2BAS 114Differential Equations3112204BAS 012X
3MEC 111Thermodynamics3112125BAS 021X
4MEC 112Properties and Testing of Materials3112125XX
5ELE 111Electrical Circuits3112125XX
6MEC 141Sources of Renewable Energy2122103XX
7MEC 142Energy Conversion3122204BAS 022X
8MEC 143Manufacturing Techniques2121034XX
9ELE 112Electrical Measurements3122125ELE 111X
10ELE 151Electromagnetic Fields2121203BAS 022BAS 113
11MEC 222Heat Transfer3212204MEC 111X
12MEC 251Fluid Dynamics3212125BAS 114X
13MEC 253Machines Manufacturing3212204MEC 143X
14ELE 223Electrical Machines (1)3212125ELE 111X
15ELE 254Electronic Engineering3212125ELE 111X
16MEC 233Control Systems3222125BAS 113X
17MEC 252Engineering Measurements3222125XX
18MEC 264Machines Theory3222204MEC 143X
19ELE 255Electrical Power Engineering3222125ELE 151X
20ELE 256Electrical Machines (2)3222125ELE 223X
21MEC 335Mechanical Design of Machines3312204XX
22MEC 336Combustion and Furnaces3312125MEC 222X
23ELE 331Solar Energy (1)2311203MEC 222X
24ELE 332Photovoltaic3312204ELE 254X
25ELE 333Automated Systems based on Microprocessor3312204XX
26ELE 334Power Electronics (1)3312125ELE 254X
27MEC 243Internal Combustion Engines3322125MEC 336X
28MEC 337Thermal Power Plants3322204MEC 336X
29MEC 341Mechanical Vibrations3322204MEC 264X
30ELE 338Power Electronics (2)3322125ELE 334X
31ELE 344Energy Storage Technologies3322204ELE 151X
32ELE 345Quality of Electrical Power3322204ELE 255X
33ELE 432Solar Energy (2)3412204ELE 331X
34ELE 433Connecting Renewable Energy Sources with Grids3412204MEC 233ELE 338
35ELE 435Generation, Transmission and Operation Economies2411203ELE 255X
36ELE 491Project (1)4412068XX
37ELE 436Wind Energy3422204MEC 341X
38ELE 437Electric Drive Systems3422204MEC 233ELE 338
39ELE 492Project (2)4422068ELE 491X

B. Elective courses: Student selects 4 courses equivalent to 12 credits

#CodeEnglish TitleCreditsLevSemLrHrTuHrPrHrCtHrPrq1Prq2
1MEC 451Fluid Machines341,22204XX
2MEC 452Quality Control341,22204XX
3MEC 372Environmental Impact of Projects341,22204XX
4MEC 486Projects Planning341,22204XX
5MEC 487Risk Management341,22204XX
6ELE 401Advanced Grid Tie Systems341,22204XX
7ELE 482Advanced Control Systems in Electrical Power341,22204XX
8CHE 411Nuclear and Radiation Engineering341,22204XX

 

7. Specialty Courses of Mechatronics Engineering Program
LrHr = Lecture Hours
TuHr = Tutorial Hours
PrHr = Practical/Lab Hours
CtHr = Contact Total Hours
Prq1 = Prerequisite No. 1
Prq2 = Prerequisite No. 2
A. Compulsory courses: 39 courses equivalent to 113 credits

#CodeEnglish TitleCreditsLevSemLrHrTuHrPrHrCtHrPrq1Prq2
1BAS 113Mathematics (3)3112204BAS 012X
2BAS 114Differential Equations3112204BAS 012X
3MEC 111Thermodynamics3112125BAS 021X
4MEC 112Properties and Testing of Materials3112125XX
5ELE 111Electrical Circuits3112125XX
6MEC 121Fluid Mechanics3122125BAS 021X
7MEC 131Stress Analysis3122204BAS 031X
8MEC 132Cutting Materials and Digital Operating Machines3122125XX
9COM 122Logical Design3121236BAS 023X
10COM 123Computer Programming (2)3121236BAS 023X
11MEC 210Design of Machine Parts3212204XX
12MEC 221Principles of Mechatronics Engineering3212204XX
13MEC 222Heat Transfer3212204MEC 111X
14MEC 224Mechanical Design3212204MEC 131X
15ELE 223Electrical Machines3212125ELE 111X
16MEC 226Mechanics of Vibrations3222204MEC 131X
17MEC 233Control Systems3222125BAS 113X
18MEC 243Modeling and Simulation of Engineering Systems2221203BAS 113X
19MEC 232Measurements and Measuring Devices3222125MEC 221X
20ELE 256Computerized Design and Manufacturing2221124MEC 132X
21ECO 242Electronic Circuits3222125ELE 111X
22MEC 341Dynamics and Kinametics of Machines3312204MEC 224X
23MEC 343Introduction to Systems Dynamics3312204MEC 232X
24ECO 382Electronic Engineering3312125ECO 242X
25ECO 383Power Electronics3312125ECO 242X
26COM 244Precision Controllers3311225COM 122X
27MEC 352Principles of Control Systems3322125MEC 233X
28MEC 353Design of Mechatronics Systems3322204MEC 343X
29MEC 354Robotics (1)3322125XX
30MEC 356Automatic Control3321225MEC 243X
31ECO 384Precision Processors3322125COM 122X
32MEC 455Robotics (2)3412125MEC 354X
33MEC 456Motion Control3412125MEC 352X
34MEC 457Hydraulic and Pneumatic Control3412125MEC 352X
35MEC 461Auto Mechatronics3412125MEC 221X
36MEC 491Project (1)3411067XX
37MEC 462Biomechatronics3422125MEC 221X
38MEC 492Project (2)54222610MEC 491X

B. Elective courses: Student selects 4 courses equivalent to 12 credits

#CodeEnglish TitleCreditsLevSemLrHrTuHrPrHrCtHrPrq1Prq2
1MEC 481Advanced Materials Engineering33,41,22204XX
2MEC 482Renewable Energies33,41,22204XX
3MEC 483SCADA and Automatic Systems33,41,22204XX
4MEC 484Holmic Systems33,41,22204XX
5MEC 485Programmed Operating Machines33,41,22204XX
6MEC 486Projects Planning33,41,22204XX
7MEC 487Risk Management33,41,22204XX
8COM 232Database Systems (1)33,41,22204COM 124X
9COM 346Expert Systems33,41,22204COM 123X
10COM 454Artificial Intelligence33,41,22204COM 123X
11COM 472Neural Networks33,41,22204BAS 113X

Message from the Dean:

THE DEAN’S WELCOME LETTER

Professor Dr. Eng. Ahmed Moussa Abdelrahman Mohamed Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Badr University in Cairo (BUC)
Professor Dr. Eng. Ahmed Moussa Abdelrahman Mohamed Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Badr University in Cairo (BUC)

My dear students, colleagues, parents and partners of success from industry, society and educational institutions, local and international, I would like to express my pride in affiliating to this edifice of education, the Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Badr University in Cairo (BUC), and leading its team of professors, assistants, students and staff. We work with passion, integrity, and dedication to achieve the Faculty vision for excellence and scientific leadership in the various fields of engineering, and the Faculty mission for providing the community with qualified graduates able to develop the country and lead its progress and prosperity, as well as capable of succeeding and competing locally, regionally and internationally..

Accordingly, the Faculty of Engineering and Technology has endeavoured to recruit the best faculty members and teaching assistants; equip the latest laboratories and workshops; and create a scientific and educational environment based on professionalism, participation, interaction, teamwork; encourage students for self-learning, research, creativity, innovation, leadership, and entrepreneurship; and provide quality educational service that satisfies national and intentional reference standards for quality assurance of education.

The Faculty has also practiced openness with society, industry and the world, as well as partnering with prestigious local and international institutions, colleges and universities; providing technical and technological support to all sectors of society; and contributing effectively in the development and progress of the nation.

The Faculty is committed to institutionalization, transparency and professionalism in work; and is keen on excellence, innovation, and creating a model for modern educational institutions. The Faculty expresses its gratitude and appreciation to the BUC administration and the Board of Trustees for their full and continuous support to provide the necessary resources and means for excellence and sophistication.

Lastly, it is my sincere wishes to welcome you and to continue the progress of our beloved Faculty and our dear Nation.

Professor Dr. Eng. Ahmed Moussa Abdelrahman Mohamed

Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Badr University in Cairo (BUC)

1. Lecture Halls
All lecture halls are air-conditioned and equipped with white board, computer unit, data-show, sound system, and fire alarmŸ   Two large lecture halls, area 270 m2, capacity of 240 students (H139 , H345,H439-440))Ÿ   Four lecture halls, area 180 m2, capacity of 150 students (H201-202 , H203-204, H301-302 , H303-304,H401-402,H403-404,H406-407)

 

2. Classrooms
All classrooms are air-conditioned and equipped with white board, computer unit, data-show, sound system, and fire alarmŸ   Ten classrooms, area 50 m2, capacity of 30 students (R205, R206, R208, R305, R306, R308, R309, R329, R330,R408,R427,R428)

 

3. Drawing Halls
All drawing halls are air-conditioned and equipped with white board, computer unit, data-show, sound system, and fire alarmŸ   Five drawing halls, area 110 m2, capacity of 40 students (DH213, DH222-223, DH225-226, DH310-311, DH313, DH316,DH412, DH413-414,DH415)Ÿ   One drawing hall, area 120 m2, capacity of 50 students (DH214-215, DH 314-315)

 

4. Computer Labs
All computer labs are air-conditioned and equipped with white board, computer unit, data-show, sound system, fire alarm, lab-tops, and Wi-FiŸ   One computer lab, area 100 m2, capacity of 35 students (CL215-216)Ÿ   Two computer labs, area 60 m2, capacity of 25 students (CL227, CL228)

 

5. Other Facilities
Ÿ   Library room, area 90 m2, capacity of 30 students (R108)Ÿ   Study room, area 60 m2, capacity of 20 students (R209)Ÿ   International Exam Center (under preparation) area 100 m2, capacity of 30 students (R327-328)

 

6. Basic Sciences Labs
Ÿ   Physics Lab-1, area 130 m2, capacity of 30 students (L120-121)Ÿ   Physics Lab-2, area 130 m2, capacity of 30 students (L123-124)Ÿ   Chemistry Lab, area 100 m2, capacity of 25 students (L109)

 

7. Civil Engineering Labs
Ÿ   Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics Lab, area 200 m2, capacity of 30 students (L001)Ÿ   Strength of Materials Lab, area 150 m2, capacity of 30 students (L014)Ÿ   Reinforced Concrete Lab, area 200 m2, capacity of 30 students (L013)

Ÿ   Structural Mechanics and Statics Lab, area 100 m2, capacity of 25 students (L118-119)

Ÿ   Surveying Lab, area 90 m2, capacity of 25 students (L116-117)

Ÿ   Soil Mechanics and Roadways Lab, area 250 m2, capacity of 30 students (L009 , under preparation)

 

8. Mechanical Engineering Labs
Ÿ   Combustion Lab, area 200 m2, capacity of 30 students (L002)Ÿ   Engineering Measurements Lab, area 100 m2, capacity of 30 students (L220-221)Ÿ   Z.K. Robots Lab, area 100 m2, capacity of 30 students (L318-319, under preparation)

 

9. Electrical Engineering Labs
Ÿ   Electrical Measurements Lab, area 90 m2, capacity of 25 students (L218-219)

 

10. Chemical Engineering and  Petrochemicals Labs
Ÿ   Petrochemicals Lab, area 90 m2, capacity of 25 students (L111, under preparation)

 

11. Workshops
Ÿ   Carpentry Workshops, area 250 m2, capacity of 35 students (WS005)Ÿ   Black-Smith Workshops, area 500 m2, capacity of 35 students (WS006)

 

The School of Engineering and Technology offers courses during two main semesters: the Fall semester, and the Spring semester, as well as an intensive Summer semester.

Academic Year 2018/2019

    1. Fall Semester         2018/2019 (1st Sem)
    1. Spring Semester    2018/2019 (2nd Sem)
    1. Summer Semester 2018/2019 (3rd Sem)
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Academic Year 2017/2018

    1. Fall Semester         2017/2018 (1st Sem)
    1. Spring Semester    2017/2018 (2nd Sem)
    1. Summer Semester 2017/2018 (3rd Sem)

 

Academic Year 2018/2019

    1. Fall Semester         2018/2019 (1st Sem)
    1. Spring Semester    2018/2019 (2nd Sem)
    1. Summer Semester 2018/2019 (3rd Sem)
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Academic Year 2017/2018

    1. Fall Semester         2017/2018 (1st Sem)
    1. Spring Semester    2017/2018 (2nd Sem)
    1. Summer Semester 2017/2018 (3rd Sem)
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