AUM College of Engineering and Technology aims to nurture the intellectual, professional, and personal development of its students. Technology is rapidly transforming our lives. A successful endeavor for engineering students and technology students at these changing times requires engineering programs as well as technology programs that pay more attention to the different technologies and their rapid evolution, technical, career-specific and social skills. This is clearly reflected in AUM’s educational philosophy. The engineering programs and the technology programs offered at AUM are designed to keep up with the most up to date technological advances, emphasizing both theory and practice while forming intellectual connections across a breadth of disciplines, with hands-on experience, and promoting independent and practical thinking.

Currently, the College of Engineering and Technology offers several academic Engineering programs at the B.Sc. level (Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Industrial Engineering and Mechanical Engineering), in addition to two technology programs at the B.Sc. level (Information System Technology and Telecommunications and Networking Technology).

Students enrolling in the engineering programs are given an opportunity to develop a strong background in engineering sciences, harmoniously combining theory with application to learn the engineering design and solve complex engineering problems.

Students enrolling in the technology programs develop a background in theory and technological sciences with a strong focus on hands-on experience. Technology graduates are keen in the application, implementation and integration of designs and solutions developed by engineers.

Throughout the course of their study, graduates of the offered engineering programs and technology programs are trained to develop analytical and behavioral skills necessary to function well and be active participants in multidisciplinary teams.

In order to achieve a leading position and maintain the delivery of best quality services, the College of Engineering and Technology continues to develop top-notch educational resources for its Engineering programs and Technology programs, like lab facilities and academic infrastructure.

A. College of Engineering and Technology Vision

Achieve excellence in engineering and technology education and research that meets the societal and global needs.

B. College of Engineering and Technology Mission

The College of Engineering and Technology is dedicated to maintaining high quality academic programs by adopting a learner centered approach. The college aspires to prepare students for life-long learning and careers in engineering for engineering students and in technology for technology students with emphasis on leadership skills and creative work so they can lead cultural, social and economic development.

C. College of Engineering and Technology Strategic Objectives
  1. Maintain broad and well balanced curricula in line with international standards to develop graduates with adequate skills in problem solving, analysis design and hands-on experience, necessary for successful careers
  2. Adopting a learner centered approach; the College of Engineering and Technology emphasizes students’ holistic development by providing close student-faculty interaction, cutting edge intellectual resources, and professional engagement opportunities
  3. Establish collaboration with the industry to ensure that students
    1. develop professional and technical competences
    2. gain real world interactions and involvements
    3. meet industry needs for highly qualified engineers and technologists
  4. Cultivate the values of teamwork, leadership, creativity and innovation through projects and activities
  5. Integrate applied and theoretical knowledge in the curriculum of the College of Engineering and Technology
  6. Ensure continuous development of the educational environment through faculty professional development, service opportunities, and engagement in research.