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Foundation
Foundation program
Undergraduates
Bachelor of Architectural Engineering (BAE)
Bachelor of Business Administration (Finance)
Bachelor of Business Administration (HRM)
Bachelor of Business Administration (Marketing)
Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting
Bachelor of Business Administration(Intl. Business)
Bachelor of Business Administration(Intl. Economics)
Bachelor of Education
Bachelor of Interior Design (BID)
Bachelor of Management Information Systems
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (BSCE)
Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering (BSIE)
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (BSME)
Bachelor of Science in Software Engineering (BSSE)
Bachelor of Urban Planning (BUP)
Graduates
Master in Engineering Management (MEM)
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
 
Programs Accreditation Details
Bachelor of Architectural Engineering (BAE)
 
 

 
Program Outcomes
Upon the successful completion of this program, graduates should be able to:
  1. Synthesize anthropometrical, technical and contextual aspects of architecture into the design and building process.
  2. Integrate client needs and architectural design objectives into development proposals and design briefs.
  3. Apply design solutions which are sensible to accessibility and sustainability issues.
  4. Solve spatial and functional problems for existing and proposed buildings.
  5. Apply science and engineering methods in the development of architectural solutions of varying complexity and scale.
  6. Synthesize historic, societal, technical, artistic and theoretical considerations into architectural design solutions.
  7. Develop urban design and site planning schemes for varying site and topographic conditions.
  8. Integrate knowledge of mathematics, science and structural design in developing functionally and environmentally responsive building systems.
  9. Communicate with different audiences through wide range of verbal, written, graphical, spatial and digital media.
  10. Recognize professional, financial, ethical and environmental responsibilities of architectural engineers throughout the whole building life-span.
  11. Work independently as well as in multidisciplinary engineering, design and research teams, with respect to other team members and their competence.

 
Curriculum
Course No
Description
Lect.
Lab.
Tut.
Credits

FRESHMAN YEAR (I)

First Semester (Fall)
FAS 100
Creative Thinking
 
 
 
3
FAS 101
Communication Skills (English)
 
 
 
3
FAS 102
Communication Skills (Arabic)
 
 
 
3
FES 110
Computer Applications
 
 
 
3
FES 102
Calculus I
 
 
 
3
ARC 101
Introduction to Architecture
 
 
 
3
 
 
 
 
Total
18
Second Semester (Spring)
FAS 103
Islamic Culture
 
 
 
3
FBA 100
Intro to Economics
 
 
 
3
FES 103
Calculus II
 
 
 
3
FES 150
Natural Sciences
 
 
 
3
FES 160
Research Methods
 
 
 
3
ARC 210
Components of architecture
 
 
 
3
 
 
 
 
Total
18
SOPHOMORE YEAR (II)
First Semester (Fall)
ARC 201
 Studio I
 
 
 
3
ARC 203
History / Theory I
 
 
 
3
ARC 206
Graphic Communications
 
 
 
3
ARC 208
Materials and Methods
 
 
 
3
FES 240
Fundamentals of Engineering
 
 
 
3
ARC 205
Site Planning
 
 
 
3
 
 
 
 
Total
18
Second Semester (Spring)
ARC 202
Studio II
 
   
3
ARC 204
History / Theory II
     
3
ARC 207
Computer Communications I
     
3
ARC 209
Structures I
     
3
ARC 211
Separators
     
3

ARC 210

Components of architecture
 
   
3
 
 
    Total
18
JUNIOR YEAR (III)
First Semester (Fall)
ARC 301
Studio III
 
 
 
3
ARC 305
History / Theory III
 
 
 
3
ARC 308
Computer Communications II
 
 
 
3
ARC 310
Structures II
 
 
 
3
ARC 312
Building Services I
 
 
 
3
FAS 108
Ethics
 
   
3
 
 
 
 
Total
18
Second Semester (Spring)
ARC 302
Studio IV
 
 
 
3
ARC 311
Project Management
 
 
 
3
ARC 314
Building Performance
 
 
 
3
ARC 313
Building Services II
 
 
 
3
ARC  450’s-
Technical Elective
 
 
 
3
 
 
 
 
Total
15
SENIOR YEAR (IV)
First Semester (Fall)
ARC 401
Final Studio Project Research
     
3
ARC 415
Professional Practice I
     
3
ARC 418
Building Economics
 
 
 
3
ARC 450’s -
Technical  Elective
 
 
 
3
 
 
 
 
Total
12
Second Semester (Spring)
ARC 402
Final Studio Project
 
 
 
3
ARC 416
Professional Practice II
 
 
 
3
UGE -
UGE  Elective
 
 
 
3
ARC 450’s -
Technical Elective
     
3
 
 
 
 
Total
15
                        
Minimum Credit Hours:        
 
 
 
138









































































































Course No
Course Title
Credits
Prerequisite/ Co-requisite
Observations

I.      University  General Education Courses UGE (42 Credit Hours)
I.1.   University Compulsory Requirements (36 Credit Hours)

FAS 101
Communication Skills (English)
3
None
 
FAS 102
FAS 109
Communication Skills (Arabic)
Or
Human Rights in Law & Shari’a
3
3
None
None
 
FAS 103
Islamic Culture
3
None
 
FAS 108
Ethics
3
None
 
FAS 100
Creative Thinking
3
None
 
FES 102
Calculus I
3
None
 
FES 103
Calculus II
3
FES 102
 
FES 240
Fundamentals of engineering
3
FES 102- FES 103
 
FES 150
Natural Sciences
3
None
 
FES 110
Computer Applications
3
None
Include: PowerPoint + Photoshop
FES 160
Research Methods
3
None
 
FBA 100
Introduction to Economics
3
None
 
 

I.2.   University Elective Requirements (6 Credit Hours)
The student must select two electives from the UGR courses listed below:

FBA 102
Introduction to Entrepreneurship
3
None
 
FAS 106
History of Sciences
3
None
 
FES 202
Introduction to statistics
3
None
 
FAS 105
Scientific Miraculousness of the Quran
3
None
 
FAS 107
Sports in our Life
3
None
 
FAS 109
Human Rights in Law & Shari’a
3
 
 
FES 282
Interior Design
3
None
 
FES 281
Human & Health
3
None
 
FES 105
Landscaping & Flower Arrangement
3
None
 
 

III.    Program Requirements (96 Credit Hours)
III.1. Compulsory  Courses  (87 Credit Hours)

ARC 101
Introduction to Architecture
3
None
 
ARC 201
 Studio I
4
ARC 101
 
ARC 203
History / Theory I
3
None
 
ARC 206
Graphic Communications
3
None
 
ARC 208
Materials and Methods
3
None
 
ARC 210
Components of Architecture
3
None
 
ARC 205
Site Planning
3
None
 
ARC 202
Studio II
4
ARC 201 + ARC 206
 
ARC 204
History / Theory II
3
ARC 203
 
ARC 207
Computer Communications I
3
FES 110
 
ARC 209
Structures I
3
FES 240
 
ARC 211
Separators
3
ARC 210 + ARC 208
 
ARC 301
Studio III
4
ARC 202
 
ARC 305
History / Theory III
3
ARC 204
 
ARC 308
Computer Communications II
3
ARC 207
 
ARC 310
Structures II
3
ARC 209
 
ARC 312
Building Services I
3
ARC 211
 
ARC 302
Studio IV
4
ARC 301 + ARC 207
 
ARC 311
Project Management
3
Junior
 
ARC 314
Building Performance
3
ARC 211
 
ARC 313
Building Services II
3
ARC 312
 
ARC 499*
Internship Program
3
ARC 302
Field Experience
ARC 401
Final Studio Project Research
4
ARC 302 + ARC 308
 
ARC 415
Professional Practice I
3
ARC 417
 
ARC 418
Building Economics
3
Junior + FBA 100
 
ARC 402
Final Studio Project
4
ARC 401
 
ARC 416
Professional Practice II
3
ARC 415
 
 

III.2. Technical Elective Courses (9 Credit Hours)
The student must select three electives from the courses listed below:

ARC 451
Conservation & preservation
3
Junior
 
ARC 452
Sustainable housing design
3
Junior
 
ARC 453
Principles of Universal Design
3
Junior
 
ARC 454
The architecture of entertainment
3
Junior
 
ARC 455
Project management: Housing
3
Junior
 
ARC 456
Architecture and Ecology
3
Junior
 
ARC 457
Architectural lighting Design
3
Junior
 
ARC 458
Architecture and Urban Design
3
Junior
 
ARC 459
Architecture & Photography
3
Junior
 
ARC 460
Landscape Design & construction
3
Junior
 

* Total Credits: 138

* The Internship program has 3 credit hours but its fees will be calculated differently.




 





















 
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