Bachelor of Architectural Engineering (BAE)
Architectural Engineering is “the art and science of engineering and construction as practiced in regard to buildings as distinguished from architecture as an art of design”. The program is designed to equip students with skills in building construction engineering and management of building construction projects with the understanding of various building systems and their integration. Students who are interested in working as architects who design buildings and advise in their construction should enroll in the Bachelor of Architecture program
The program goals :
Goal 1: Provide a quality curriculum with synthesis in building construction/construction management, application level in building structures and comprehension level in building mechanical and electrical systems with an awareness of sustainability that will put them on track to leadership in the construction industry.
Goal 2: Commit to social, economic, and environmental issues and practice high ethical standards in the profession.
Goal 3: Prepare the students with knowledge of local needs to enable them to adequately compete within the local and international professional environments.
Goal 4: Provide the community with highly qualified professionals with an awareness of basic concepts of architecture in the context of architectural design and history.
A minimum High School Average of 75% for Elite Track, or 80% for Advanced Track or equivalent in Standardized International Systems is required.
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The Bachelor of Architectural Engineering (BAE) program graduates can work in different consulting engineering firms, governmental agencies, construction companies and construction management. Furthermore, BAE graduates may pursue their higher education to enhance their knowledge and expertise.
The Bachelor of Architectural Engineering is awarded upon the fulfillment of the following:
- Successful completion of all courses in the curriculum.
- Successful completion of the equivalent of 16 weeks of full time engineering training (internship).
- Cumulative Grade Point Average CGPA of at least 2.