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Specific degree requirements for the programs are shown in the following pages. Each program requires the full-time student to complete five semesters. If a student wishes to carry less than a full course load, he may do so by extending his program over a longer period of time, up to a maximum of seven semesters.

All programs have unified structure of general elective courses, general complementary courses and general core courses. All the general elective courses are offered by the College of Basic education and the College of Business Studies. Moreover, a course on Islamic Culture, among the general complementary courses, is offered by the College of Basic Education.


Type of CoursesCredit Hours
General Core Courses21
General Complementary Courses6
General Elective Courses3
Major Compulsory Courses51
Major Elective Courses6
Total87

 

Available Programs

The list of available programs:

  • Automotive Engineering Technology
  • Marine Engineering Technology
  • Chemical Process Technology
  • Refinery Operation Technology
  • Structural Engineering Technology
  • Highways Engineering Technology
  • Surveying Engineering Technology
  • Electrical machines technology program
  • Electric power transmission and distribution technology
  • Communications Engineering Technology
  • Biomedical Electronics Engineering Technology
  • Computer Engineering Technology
  • Industrial Electronics Engineering Technology
  • Manufacturing Engineering Technology
  • Welding Technology
  • Mechanical Power Technology
  • Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technology Program
  • Applied Chemistry
  • Applied Physics
  • Production and Export
  • Exploration and Development

Accredited Programs

The following programs are accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET

  • Refinery Operation Technology
  • Electrical machines technology program
  • Mechanical Power Technology  

Core Abilities

As part of the 200S curriculum verification process, Core Abilities were identified as a college level learning outcomes for all CTS programs. Core Abilities reflect broad transferable skills that are required for success in all life roles, and that are not program or discipline specific. They also relate directly to the Program Educational Objectives.


 

A summary of the core abilities and its indicators can be shown in the following table:


NoCore AbilityCategoryIndicators
1Act responsiblyEthics/personality1. Learner takes responsibility for own learning learning
2. Learner applies ethical work values
3. Learner applies principles of effective citizenship
4.leamer assesses the impact of his values on-action and decisions on-action and decisions
5.Learner presents information that is valid and truthful
2Communicate clearlycommunication1.Learner uses standard language principle

2.Learner uses language and details appropriate to the level of audience
3.Learner check for accuracy
4.Learner demonstrate empathy
5.Learner presents information in a readable form
6.Learner listens
3Learn effectivelyThinking/problem solving 1.Learner follows instructions
2.Learner uses tools for learning
3.Learner use productive study skills
4.Learner organize information
5.Learner ask appropriate questions
6.Learner accepts the need for life long learning
7.Learner connects core abilities with work competencies and outcomes
4Think critically and creatively Thinking/problem solving 1.Learner evaluates uses of technology
2.learner identifies problems
3.Learner applies an appropriate problem
solving process
4.learner makes informed decisions
5.Learner respect other points of view
6.Learner differentiate fact from opinion
7. Learner experiments-with-original ideas
8.Learner accept ambiguity
5Value self positivelyEthics/personality1.learner takes responsibility for own
behavior
2.Learner balances family, work, finances, and personal needs
3.Learner creates a personal and
professional development plan
4.Learner relates personal values and
goals to the work environment
5.Learner recognizes the importance of
personal well ness
6Work cooperativelyinterpersonal1.Learner respect individual differences
2.Learner works collaboratively with others
3.Learner applies conflict management
skills
4.Learner applies feedback
5.Learner accept feedback
6.Learner applies group problem solving
strategies
7Work productivelyemployability1.Learner set goals
2.Learner manages time and workload
3.Learner applies quality standards and safety procedures
4.Learner demonstrate dependability, accuracy, initiative, and perseverance
5.Learner organizes the role of the individual within the organization
6.Learner completes tasks in efficient and
effective manner
7.Learner respect values and norms of
work culture
8.learner assesses personal effectiveness
within the organization
9.learner adapts to technological
changes
8Apply basic skills effectivelyemployability1.Learner follows instruction
2.Learner organizes and maintains information
3.Learner transfers learning from one context
to another
4.Learner uses tools for learning [calculators, computers, books, manuals, and community resources)
9Use technologyTechnology/science1.Learner recognizes the impact of technology
2.Learner selects and uses appropriate technology


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