Future University In Egypt (FUE)
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Faculty of Engineering & Technology
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Intended learning outcomes (ILOs)

A. Knowledge and understanding:

By the end of this program the graduate should be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of:
  • Concepts and basics of engineering sciences appropriate to architectural engineering.
  • The principles of information and communication technology (ICT)
  • Characteristics and properties of engineering materials related to building and site construction.
  • The principles and theories of architectural design and planning, as process and product.
  • Design problems, listing clients’ needs & requirements and gathering relevant information.
  • Quality assurance systems, building regulations and legislations in practicing architecture.
  • Business administration and management principles relevant to engineering in general and architecture in particular.
  • Current engineering technologies and building construction systems.
  • Topics selected from different humanity disciplines, to enhance his/her breadth knowledge.
  • Site jargon, technical language and report writing styles and rules.
  • The social, environmental, ethical and economic considerations and human factors affecting the exercise of the architectural decisions.
  • Contemporary engineering topics and technologies.
  • Principles of architecture design, preparation and presentation of design projects in a variety of contexts, scales, types and degree of complexity.
  • Different building construction systems and technologies, and execution design methods and techniques, technical installations, and properties of materials.
  • Building acquisition, operational costs, and preparing building construction documents for materials, specifications and applied systems.
  • Theories and principles of urban, and regional planning design.
  • The spatial change in the built and natural environments; development, growth patterns and problems of cities; and positive & negative impacts of urbanization.
  • The effect of urban spaces on the interaction between the human behavior, built environment and natural environment.
  • History and the development of theories of architecture, urban design, and urban planning across different eras.
  • Architectural physical and computer modeling, simulation, rendering and presentation techniques.
  • The role of the architecture profession with regards to the building construction industry and the possible overlapping interests of organizations involved with the built environment.
  • The housing problem; its different dimensions and the range of approaches, policies, and practices that could be applied to solve this problem.
  • The principles of sustainable design and climatic considerations in addition to the different elements of the natural environment, different energy types, appropriate environmental control techniques and different technical installations in buildings.

B. Intellectual skills:

By the end of this program the graduate should be able to:
  • Solve physical and engineering problems using basic mathematics and physics knowledge.
  • Compare, analyze and criticize different engineering problems and case studies, evaluate and derive alternative solutions based on analytical thinking.
  • Apply creative and innovative ways of thinking in problem solving and architecture design.
  • Integrate and assess different concepts, ideas, and views from different areas of knowledge and sources.
  • Analyze and evaluate the characteristics of components, systems and processes.
  • Assess and investigate the mal-function and failure of components, systems and processes.
  • Resolve architectural problems often on the basis of limited and possibly conflicting information.
  • Select, develop, implement and appraise appropriate ICT tools to a variety of architectural and engineering problems.
  • Evaluate architectural decisions considering the balanced costs, benefits, safety, quality, reliability and environmental impact.
  • Incorporate different dimensions of economy, society, environment, technology applicability, safety, site constraints, urban context and risk management in architecture design.
  • Analyze the results and limitations of numerical models.
  • Create systematic and methodic approaches with regards to new and advancing technologies.
  • Integrate different forms of knowledge, ideas from other disciplines to create new design solutions.
  • Explore and think of design forms in two and three dimensions engaging images of places and time with innovation and creativity.
  • Derive different alternative solutions and assess their expected performance to reach architectural decisions.
  • Manage conflicting objectives and the broad range of interests to reach optimum solutions.
  • Integrate structure systems, construction elements and building materials, into the architecture design process.
  • Integrate the parameters of the community into the architecture design projects.
  • Reflect the spatial, aesthetic, technical and social qualities of the wider environment on the design of architectural projects.
  • Formulate informed opinions and concepts and practices within the architecture profession relative to specific contexts and circumstances affecting.
  • Assess the range of cultural patterns and traditions that have shaped and influenced the design process.

C. Professional and practical skills:

By the end of this program the graduate should be able to:
  • Integrate knowledge and understanding of mathematics, science, art, information technology, design and engineering concepts to design and plan buildings and solve problems.
  • Merge the engineering knowledge, concepts, to understand the design process , and to improve and develop the architecture design product.
  • Create and redesign a process, component or system to produce architectural engineering designs.
  • Practice the neatness and aesthetics, and express with different techniques to visualize ideas verbally and graphically, either manually or digitally.
  • Collect, process and analyze data through computational equipment's, techniques, and measuring instruments within workshops and laboratories and design and undertake experiments, analyze and interpret results.
  • Use special field devices and appropriate computer programs in engineering and architectural works.
  • Apply numerical modeling methods to resolve engineering problems, and build architectural physical and computer models.
  • Apply safe working systems and observe risk management steps.
  • Demonstrate basic organizational and project management skills.
  • Follow quality assurance procedures, codes and standards.
  • Merge knowledge and skills within the wider engineering community and industry.
  • Prepare and present technical reports, working drawings, and construction documents for design projects
  • Produce and present architectural, urban design and planning projects using traditional drawing techniques and with the aid of an appropriate range of design-based soft wares.
  • Produce professional workshop drawings and technical details using traditional and computer-aided drawing techniques.
  • Apply appropriate building construction techniques and materials to address different architecture designs.
  • Professionally manage construction processes.
  • Compete professionally in developing innovative and appropriate solutions to solve architectural and urban problems.
  • Display imagination and creativity throughout the design process.
  • Accept and respect all different and alternative solutions; alterations of the original plans of the project, while addressing with respect the possible differences in style, culture, and experience.
  • Preform leadership and knowledge to the client particularly with reference to sustainable design principles.
  • Reflect the social and ethical concerns on the broad constituency of interests.
  • Contribute to the aesthetic and architectural style of the built environment and respect the cultural aspects, and urban identity of the community.

D. General and transferable skills

By the end of this program the graduate should be able to:
  • Work coherently as a part of a multidisciplinary team.
  • Work under stressful environments and within constraints of time and budget
  • Communicate effectively.
  • Demonstrate efficient IT capabilities
  • Lead and motivate individuals.
  • Effectively manage tasks and resources
  • Search for information and adopt life-long self-learning
  • Acquire entrepreneurial skills.
  • Refer to relevant literatures.

Intended learning outcomes (ILOs)

Intended learning outcomes (ILOs)

Vision and Mission A. Knowledge and understanding:By the end of this program the graduate should be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of:Concepts and basics of engineering sciences appropriate to architectural engineering.The principles of information and communication technology (ICT)Characteristics and properties of engineering materials related to building and site construction.The principles and theories of architectural design and planning, as process and product.Design problems, listing clients’ needs & requirements and gathering relevant information.Quality assurance systems, building regulations and legislations in practicing architecture.Business administration and management principles relevant to engineering in general and architecture in particular.Current engineering technologies and building construction systems.Topics selected from different humanity disciplines, to enhance his/her breadth knowledge.Site jargon, technical language and report writing styles and rules.The social, environmental, ethical and economic considerations and human factors affecting the exercise of the architectural decisions.Contemporary engineering topics and technologies.Principles of architecture design, preparation and presentation of design projects in a variety of contexts, scales, types and degree of complexity.Different building construction systems and technologies, and execution design methods and techniques, technical installations, and properties of materials.Building acquisition, operational costs, and preparing building construction documents for materials, specifications and applied systems.Theories and principles of urban, and regional planning design.The spatial change in the built and natural environments; development, growth patterns and problems of cities; and positive & negative impacts of urbanization.The effect of urban spaces on the interaction between the human behavior, built environment and natural environment.History and the development of theories of architecture, urban design, and urban planning across different eras.Architectural physical and computer modeling, simulation, rendering and presentation techniques.The role of the architecture profession with regards to the building construction industry and the possible overlapping interests of organizations involved with the built environment.The housing problem; its different dimensions and the range of approaches, policies, and practices that could be applied to solve this problem.The principles of sustainable design and climatic considerations in addition to the different elements of the natural environment, different energy types, appropriate environmental control techniques and different technical installations in buildings.B. Intellectual skills:By the end of this program the graduate should be able to:Solve physical and engineering problems using basic mathematics and physics knowledge.Compare, analyze and criticize different engineering problems and case studies, evaluate and derive alternative solutions based on analytical thinking.Apply creative and innovative ways of thinking in problem solving and architecture design.Integrate and assess different concepts, ideas, and views from different areas of knowledge and sources.Analyze and evaluate the characteristics of components, systems and processes.Assess and investigate the mal-function and failure of components, systems and processes.Resolve architectural problems often on the basis of limited and possibly conflicting information.Select, develop, implement and appraise appropriate ICT tools to a variety of architectural and engineering problems.Evaluate architectural decisions considering the balanced costs, benefits, safety, quality, reliability and environmental impact.Incorporate different dimensions of economy, society, environment, technology applicability, safety, site constraints, urban context and risk management in architecture design.Analyze the results and limitations of numerical models.Create systematic and methodic approaches with regards to new and advancing technologies.Integrate different forms of knowledge, ideas from other disciplines to create new design solutions.Explore and think of design forms in two and three dimensions engaging images of places and time with innovation and creativity.Derive different alternative solutions and assess their expected performance to reach architectural decisions.Manage conflicting objectives and the broad range of interests to reach optimum solutions.Integrate structure systems, construction elements and building materials, into the architecture design process.Integrate the parameters of the community into the architecture design projects.Reflect the spatial, aesthetic, technical and social qualities of the wider environment on the design of architectural projects.Formulate informed opinions and concepts and practices within the architecture profession relative to specific contexts and circumstances affecting.Assess the range of cultural patterns and traditions that have shaped and influenced the design process.C. Professional and practical skills:By the end of this program the graduate should be able to:Integrate knowledge and understanding of mathematics, science, art, information technology, design and engineering concepts to design and plan buildings and solve problems.Merge the engineering knowledge, concepts, to understand the design process , and to improve and develop the architecture design product.Create and redesign a process, component or system to produce architectural engineering designs.Practice the neatness and aesthetics, and express with different techniques to visualize ideas verbally and graphically, either manually or digitally.Collect, process and analyze data through computational equipment's, techniques, and measuring instruments within workshops and laboratories and design and undertake experiments, analyze and interpret results.Use special field devices and appropriate computer programs in engineering and architectural works.Apply numerical modeling methods to resolve engineering problems, and build architectural physical and computer models.Apply safe working systems and observe risk management steps.Demonstrate basic organizational and project management skills.Follow quality assurance procedures, codes and standards.Merge knowledge and skills within the wider engineering community and industry.Prepare and present technical reports, working drawings, and construction documents for design projectsProduce and present architectural, urban design and planning projects using traditional drawing techniques and with the aid of an appropriate range of design-based soft wares.Produce professional workshop drawings and technical details using traditional and computer-aided drawing techniques.Apply appropriate building construction techniques and materials to address different architecture designs.Professionally manage construction processes.Compete professionally in developing innovative and appropriate solutions to solve architectural and urban problems.Display imagination and creativity throughout the design process.Accept and respect all different and alternative solutions; alterations of the original plans of the project, while addressing with respect the possible differences in style, culture, and experience.Preform leadership and knowledge to the client particularly with reference to sustainable design principles.Reflect the social and ethical concerns on the broad constituency of interests.Contribute to the aesthetic and architectural style of the built environment and respect the cultural aspects, and urban identity of the community.D. General and transferable skillsBy the end of this program the graduate should be able to:Work coherently as a part of a multidisciplinary team.Work under stressful environments and within constraints of time and budgetCommunicate effectively.Demonstrate efficient IT capabilitiesLead and motivate individuals.Effectively manage tasks and resourcesSearch for information and adopt life-long self-learningAcquire entrepreneurial skills.Refer to relevant literatures. FUE