Future University In Egypt (FUE)
Future University is one of most promising private universities in Egypt. Through excellence in teaching, research and service, Future University strives to provide a comprehensive, high-quality education that prepares our graduates to be future leaders.
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Faculty of Engineering & Technology
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Program Intended learning outcomes (ILOs)

A- Knowledge and Understanding:

By the end of the program the student should be able to demonstrate the knowledge and understanding of:
  • Basic Sciences including classical and solid state physics, mechanics and chemistry.
  • Topics related to humanities and general knowledge including business, management,Professional ethics, legislations, environmental engineering, technical language and report writing
  • Basics of information and communication technology.
  • Topics from other engineering disciplines including engineering graphics, civil engineering, production technology, thermodynamics and fluid mechanics.
  • Mathematics including differential and integral calculus, algebra and analytical geometry, differential equations, Fourier analysis, vector analysis, numerical analysis, complex & special functions, statistics and their applications on electrical engineering.
  • Elements, theories, techniques of analysis of DC/AC circuits, electrical machines, and energy systems.
  • Fundamentals, theories and applications of electronic components, devices fabrication and electronic circuits.
  • Principles and applications of photonics.
  • Applying of the electrical, electronic, digital instrumentation, sensors and transducers in the biomedical technology.
  • Principles, theories, techniques and applications of digital circuits and systems, computer organization, microprocessors and microcontrollers.
  • Principles, theories, techniques and applications of classical and modern control systems.
  • Theories, techniques, analysis of analog and digital signals processing.
  • Theories, techniques, and technology in the field of communication links including satellite, optical fibers, and mobile communication systems.
  • Basic concepts of data transmission, data computer networks and secure communication.
  • Principles of the electromagnetic theory, applications of the microwave engineering, microwave electronic devices and antennas in the fields of the communication engineering.
  • Analysis, techniques and applications of digital integrated circuits and nanotechnology.
  • Quality assurance systems, codes of practice and standards, health and safety requirements and environmental issues.

B- Intellectual Skills:

Graduates should have ability to:
  • Think in a creative and innovative way in problem solving and design.
  • Apply appropriate mathematical and physics knowledge for modeling and analyzing electronic and communication systems problems.
  • Use software tools to develop computer programs for engineering applications.
  • Plan, conduct and write a technical report on a project or an assignment.
  • Apply different theories and techniques to analyze problems of DC/AC circuits, energy systems and DC/AC machines.
  • Apply different theories and techniques to model, evaluate the characteristics and solve problems of classical and modern control systems.
  • Perform the power budget computations for communication links and make the tradeoff between the power, bitrate, and bandwidth.
  • Analyze and design communication systems based on the knowledge acquired.
  • Combine, exchange, and assess different ideas and knowledge from range of sources for solving electronic and communication systems problems.
  • Design and integrate digital systems for certain specific function using the appropriate components.
  • Assess and evaluate the characteristics and performance of electronic components, systems and processes.
  • Investigate the failure and develop innovative solution for electronic components, systems, and processes.
  • Analyze the performance of microwave and antenna systems.
  • Develop innovative solutions considering incorporate economic, environmental dimensions and risk management in the design of practical industrial problems.
  • Analyze the performance of Photonic devices and systems.

C- Professional and Practical Skills

Graduates should have ability to:
  • Apply theories and techniques of mathematics, basic sciences and information technology to solve electronic and communication systems problems.
  • Professionally merge the knowledge of electronic and communication systems to improve design, products and services.
  • Design a process, component or system and practice the quality of electronic and communication systems.
  • Use computational facilities and related software tools, measuring instruments, workshops and/or relevant laboratory equipment to design and diagnosis experiments, collect data, analyse and interpret results.
  • Apply numerical modelling methods to microwave, antennas, electronic and communication systems.
  • Perform practical measurements of the microwave, antenna, and communication links.
  • Follow up safety requirements at work and observe the appropriate steps to manage risks.
  • Apply quality assurance and follow the appropriate codes and standards.
  • Exchange knowledge and skills with communication systems engineering community and industry.
  • Edit and present technical report.
  • Use the standard and appropriate tools to troubleshoot, maintain and repair the electronic systems.
  • Read thoroughly datasheets and identify appropriate specifications for required system or device.
  • Perform the practical measurements of the photonic devices and systems.

D- General and Transferable Skills

Graduates should have ability to:
  • Collaborate effectively within multidisciplinary team.
  • Work in stressful environment and within constraints.
  • Communicate effectively.
  • Demonstrate efficient IT capabilities.
  • Lead and motivate individuals.
  • Effectively manage tasks, time, and resources.
  • Search for information and engage in life-long self-learning discipline.
  • Acquire entrepreneurial skills.
  • Refer to relevant literatures.

Program Intended learning outcomes (ILOs)

Program Intended learning outcomes (ILOs)

Program Intended learning outcomes (ILOs) A- Knowledge and Understanding:By the end of the program the student should be able to demonstrate the knowledge and understanding of:Basic Sciences including classical and solid state physics, mechanics and chemistry.Topics related to humanities and general knowledge including business, management,Professional ethics, legislations, environmental engineering, technical language and report writingBasics of information and communication technology.Topics from other engineering disciplines including engineering graphics, civil engineering, production technology, thermodynamics and fluid mechanics.Mathematics including differential and integral calculus, algebra and analytical geometry, differential equations, Fourier analysis, vector analysis, numerical analysis, complex & special functions, statistics and their applications on electrical engineering.Elements, theories, techniques of analysis of DC/AC circuits, electrical machines, and energy systems.Fundamentals, theories and applications of electronic components, devices fabrication and electronic circuits.Principles and applications of photonics.Applying of the electrical, electronic, digital instrumentation, sensors and transducers in the biomedical technology.Principles, theories, techniques and applications of digital circuits and systems, computer organization, microprocessors and microcontrollers.Principles, theories, techniques and applications of classical and modern control systems.Theories, techniques, analysis of analog and digital signals processing.Theories, techniques, and technology in the field of communication links including satellite, optical fibers, and mobile communication systems.Basic concepts of data transmission, data computer networks and secure communication.Principles of the electromagnetic theory, applications of the microwave engineering, microwave electronic devices and antennas in the fields of the communication engineering.Analysis, techniques and applications of digital integrated circuits and nanotechnology.Quality assurance systems, codes of practice and standards, health and safety requirements and environmental issues.B- Intellectual Skills:Graduates should have ability to:Think in a creative and innovative way in problem solving and design.Apply appropriate mathematical and physics knowledge for modeling and analyzing electronic and communication systems problems.Use software tools to develop computer programs for engineering applications.Plan, conduct and write a technical report on a project or an assignment.Apply different theories and techniques to analyze problems of DC/AC circuits, energy systems and DC/AC machines.Apply different theories and techniques to model, evaluate the characteristics and solve problems of classical and modern control systems.Perform the power budget computations for communication links and make the tradeoff between the power, bitrate, and bandwidth.Analyze and design communication systems based on the knowledge acquired.Combine, exchange, and assess different ideas and knowledge from range of sources for solving electronic and communication systems problems.Design and integrate digital systems for certain specific function using the appropriate components.Assess and evaluate the characteristics and performance of electronic components, systems and processes.Investigate the failure and develop innovative solution for electronic components, systems, and processes.Analyze the performance of microwave and antenna systems.Develop innovative solutions considering incorporate economic, environmental dimensions and risk management in the design of practical industrial problems.Analyze the performance of Photonic devices and systems.C- Professional and Practical SkillsGraduates should have ability to:Apply theories and techniques of mathematics, basic sciences and information technology to solve electronic and communication systems problems.Professionally merge the knowledge of electronic and communication systems to improve design, products and services.Design a process, component or system and practice the quality of electronic and communication systems.Use computational facilities and related software tools, measuring instruments, workshops and/or relevant laboratory equipment to design and diagnosis experiments, collect data, analyse and interpret results.Apply numerical modelling methods to microwave, antennas, electronic and communication systems.Perform practical measurements of the microwave, antenna, and communication links.Follow up safety requirements at work and observe the appropriate steps to manage risks.Apply quality assurance and follow the appropriate codes and standards.Exchange knowledge and skills with communication systems engineering community and industry.Edit and present technical report.Use the standard and appropriate tools to troubleshoot, maintain and repair the electronic systems.Read thoroughly datasheets and identify appropriate specifications for required system or device.Perform the practical measurements of the photonic devices and systems.D- General and Transferable SkillsGraduates should have ability to:Collaborate effectively within multidisciplinary team.Work in stressful environment and within constraints.Communicate effectively.Demonstrate efficient IT capabilities.Lead and motivate individuals.Effectively manage tasks, time, and resources.Search for information and engage in life-long self-learning discipline.Acquire entrepreneurial skills.Refer to relevant literatures. 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