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Intended learning outcomes (ILOs)

Upon completion of the program, graduates should be able to meet the following professional criteria in a self-directed manner:

Knowledge and understanding:

  • Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of concepts and theories of basic applied and engineering sciences, appropriate to architectural engineering
  • Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the basics of information, and communication technology (ICT)
  • Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the principles of architectural design and planning, as process and product
  • Acquire knowledge and understanding of different histories and theories of architecture across different eras
  • Illustrate and describe solutions for different problems in various ways verbally, or graphically
  • Identify different building construction and execution design methods, and techniques
  • Identify different elements of the natural environment, different energy types, appropriate environmental control techniques, and different technical installations in buildings
  • Understand architectural physical and computer modeling, simulation, rendering, and presentation techniques
  • Demonstrate understanding and appreciation of the social, environmental, ethical, and economic considerations and human factors affecting the exercise of the architectural decisions
  • Identify problems, list clients’ needs and requirements, and gather relevant information
  • Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of building regulations and legislations in practicing architecture as well as administration and management principles relevant to engineering in general, and architecture in particular.

Intellectual skills:

  • Ability to define and analyze different design problems
  • Compare, analyze and criticize different case studies, evaluate design alternatives, and conclude results based on analytical thinking
  • Solve architectural problems often on the basis of limited and possibly contradicting information
  • Visualize and graphically express forms in two and three dimensions
  • Ability to derive different alternative solutions and reach architectural decisions, considering balanced costs, benefits, technology applicability, safety, quality, reliability, site constraints, urban planning context, and environmental impact
  • Select and appraise appropriate ICT tools to a variety of architectural and engineering problems.

Professional and practical skills:

  • Ability to integrate knowledge and understanding of mathematics, science, art, information technology, design and engineering concepts to design and plan buildings and to solve problems
  • Conduct research and collect data from different resources
  • Use appropriate techniques for representation
  • Design architectural projects within proper technical, safety, and ethical frameworks
  • Prepare working drawings and construction documents for design projects
  • Use appropriate computer programs in engineering and architectural works
  • Build architectural physical and computer models
  • Use special field/lab devices (design manuals and computers)
  • Demonstrate project administration and management skills

General and transferable skills:

  • Write technical reports and/or essays in accordance with standard scientific guidelines
  • Present reports and projects, and deliver presentations demonstrating efficiency in IT capabilities
  • Discuss conclusions and results of researches or assignments
  • Deal with others according to the rules of the professional ethics
  • Defend own ideas, share ideas, and work with others
  • Lead and motivate individuals, and manage tasks, and resources
  • Work coherently and communicate effectively as a part of a multidisciplinary team in research and /or assignments and projects
  • Search for information and adopt lifelong self-learning
  • Work under stressful environments and within constraints of time and budget.

Intended learning outcomes (ILOs)

Intended learning outcomes (ILOs)

Vision and Mission Upon completion of the program, graduates should be able to meet the following professional criteria in a self-directed manner:Knowledge and understanding:Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of concepts and theories of basic applied and engineering sciences, appropriate to architectural engineeringDemonstrate knowledge and understanding of the basics of information, and communication technology (ICT)Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the principles of architectural design and planning, as process and productAcquire knowledge and understanding of different histories and theories of architecture across different erasIllustrate and describe solutions for different problems in various ways verbally, or graphicallyIdentify different building construction and execution design methods, and techniquesIdentify different elements of the natural environment, different energy types, appropriate environmental control techniques, and different technical installations in buildingsUnderstand architectural physical and computer modeling, simulation, rendering, and presentation techniquesDemonstrate understanding and appreciation of the social, environmental, ethical, and economic considerations and human factors affecting the exercise of the architectural decisionsIdentify problems, list clients’ needs and requirements, and gather relevant informationDemonstrate knowledge and understanding of building regulations and legislations in practicing architecture as well as administration and management principles relevant to engineering in general, and architecture in particular.Intellectual skills:Ability to define and analyze different design problemsCompare, analyze and criticize different case studies, evaluate design alternatives, and conclude results based on analytical thinkingSolve architectural problems often on the basis of limited and possibly contradicting informationVisualize and graphically express forms in two and three dimensionsAbility to derive different alternative solutions and reach architectural decisions, considering balanced costs, benefits, technology applicability, safety, quality, reliability, site constraints, urban planning context, and environmental impactSelect and appraise appropriate ICT tools to a variety of architectural and engineering problems.Professional and practical skills:Ability to integrate knowledge and understanding of mathematics, science, art, information technology, design and engineering concepts to design and plan buildings and to solve problemsConduct research and collect data from different resourcesUse appropriate techniques for representationDesign architectural projects within proper technical, safety, and ethical frameworksPrepare working drawings and construction documents for design projectsUse appropriate computer programs in engineering and architectural worksBuild architectural physical and computer modelsUse special field/lab devices (design manuals and computers)Demonstrate project administration and management skillsGeneral and transferable skills:Write technical reports and/or essays in accordance with standard scientific guidelinesPresent reports and projects, and deliver presentations demonstrating efficiency in IT capabilitiesDiscuss conclusions and results of researches or assignmentsDeal with others according to the rules of the professional ethicsDefend own ideas, share ideas, and work with othersLead and motivate individuals, and manage tasks, and resourcesWork coherently and communicate effectively as a part of a multidisciplinary team in research and /or assignments and projectsSearch for information and adopt lifelong self-learningWork under stressful environments and within constraints of time and budget. FUE