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Undergraduate

College of Engineering

About College

The College of Engineering – Misr University for Science & Technology was established in1996, to serve Egypt, the Arab countries, and the region by preparing the graduates to carry out their responsibilities taking into consideration our heritage in an industrialized world with a great number of challenging problems. Hence, an engineering graduate is well suited to help in achieving his country’s goals. The college of engineering is working hard to develop professional engineers who can lead economic development in a responsible manner towards society and the environment.

The College has a lot of labs, workshops, training rooms, teaching rooms, halls of seminars, and conferences at a high level of quality to satisfy the needs of our students and the educational process. There are training places for the teaching staff, cooperating members, and employees of the faculty. All these human resources and capabilities are geared to serve the educational process and research. They work in harmony and coordination at the highest level.

Academic Departments and Programs

The college consists of the following departments, and each department teaches subjects that fall within its specialization:
1) Department of Construction Engineering.
2) Department of Architectural Engineering.
3) Department of Mechanical Engineering.
4) Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering.
5) Department of Computer and Software Engineering
6) Department of Electronics and Communications Engineering
7) Department of Biomedical Engineering.
8) Department of Electrical Power and Machines Engineering
9) Department of Mechatronics Engineering.
10) Department of Basic Sciences.

A total of 182 credit hours are needed for graduation.

Departments

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Introduction:

        Mechanical engineering may be the most diverse of the engineering fields, embracing many subfields and affecting all aspects of our lives. Today one of the challenges of mechanical engineers is to invent efficient, low-cost machines that use the fewest possible natural resources to improve the lives of people throughout the world. Moreover, the mechanical engineer should strive both to serve the needs of society without unduly damaging the environment, and to produce devices and systems that use energy and material resources efficiently.

        The mechanical engineering program stresses the role of engineers in planning, creating machines, devices and systems, and skillful management of projects. Emphasis is placed on the generation, conversion, transmission and utilization of mechanical and thermal energy including the design, manufacturing, and operation of the related mechanical devices. The theme of education sharpens the student skills in communication, teamwork, and usage of computers and information technology. Specific humanity concerns are also highlighted. Non-Engineering electives are also available in the field of Economics, Business, Accounting and History.

 

Department Vision:

               The department’s vision is to be a pioneer in the fields of mechanical engineering and to provide highly qualified graduates who are able to support society and produce research at an international level.

Department Mission:

        The department is committed to providing high-quality education covering a wide range of mechanical engineering fields to prepare a graduate capable of effectively applying engineering knowledge in evaluating, designing, operating and maintaining mechanical systems. It also aims to produce applied research that contributes to solving community problems.

 

Strategic Objectives:

  • Graduating students with the technical skills and knowledge necessary to design, install, operate, maintain and inspect mechanical systems and energy systems in various governmental, public and industrial sectors.
  • Providing students with the skills needed to utilize mathematical, modern experimental, data analysis, and computational techniques; and information technology in problem solving.
  • Developing skills relevant to the engineering design process, including students’ abilities to formulate problems, think creatively, and gather information, as practiced regionally and globally.
  • Developing oral and written communication skills, as well as the ability to work effectively in teams.
  • Integrating academic learning with practical experience, in order to enhance professional development, career planning, ability to adapt to different work environments and to engage in lifelong self-learning.
  • Providing students with an understanding of ethics, professional responsibilities, and the role of the engineer in society, taking into account the economic, environmental and cultural impact.

Department of Construction Engineering

Introduction:

               Construction Engineering program provides graduates with the skills to design components of construction engineering to achieve desired goals. Graduates are expected to think creatively, gather information, and devise practical solutions to design problems they face. The aim of the program is for graduates to be able to work effectively individually, as well as in multidisciplinary teams with the ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing. Graduates may also develop their knowledge of important current technologies in construction engineering. The student is expected to gain proficiency in the use of modern engineering techniques and tools, with an emphasis on the role of computers and information technology in engineering. The program provides graduates with a broad education in construction engineering as well as other technical and non-technical disciplines that serve the specialization. By the end of the program, the graduate will have the ability to understand the impact of construction engineering and technology on society in a global and social context, including various environmental issues. The student will also develop an understanding of professional and ethical responsibilities.  

Department Vision:

               The Department of Construction Engineering aspires to occupy a recognized leading position at the local, regional and international levels, and to provide an effective and renewable educational program that keeps pace with the requirements of the labor market.

Department Mission:

               The construction engineering program is committed to graduating distinguished engineers qualified to meet the needs of the labor market. It also aims to develop the capabilities of faculty members and their assistants and provide applied research to serve community institutions.

Strategic Objectives:

  • Providing a high-quality educational level that prepares graduates for a life-long learning experience, and the program provides graduates with the skills necessary to design building engineering components to achieve the desired goals.
  • Enabling graduates to develop their knowledge of current technologies that are important in construction engineering.
  • Providing graduates with a broad education in construction engineering in addition to other technical and non-technical disciplines that serve the specialization.
  • Enabling graduates to understand the impact of construction engineering and technology on society in a global and social context, including various environmental issues.
  • Developing oral and written communication skills, as well as the ability to work effectively in teams.
  • Integrating academic learning with practical experience, to enhance professional development, career planning, ability to adapt to different work environments and to engage in lifelong self-learning.
  • Providing students with an understanding of ethics, professional responsibilities, and the role of the engineer in society, taking into account the economic, environmental and cultural impact.

Department of Architectural Engineering

Introduction:

            The department of Architecture is interested in providing a distinguished education for students so that they can serve the state and restore the Egyptian role in building global civilization. Architectural education prepares students for professional practice, research, education, industry, and government services as it relates to the design of the physical environment. The central issue in architecture engineering is the quality of human resources and, therefore, how to accommodate a diverse and complex variety of activities. The needs of the people, the context of the building and the influence of natural forces all must be considered as major factors included in any structure design. Create structures that are not only aesthetically pleasing and technically sound, but also act as agents of development and integration within communities. This is underlined by a curriculum that maintains a reasonable balance between using emerging digital design methods and education, meeting professional requirements, and creating a human and sustainable contextual awareness.

 

Department Vision:

            The architectural department seeks to prepare distinguished engineers who contribute to building a knowledge society by offering a high-quality program in architecture and planning suitable for the local and international market.

Department Mission:

The architectural department provides a high-quality education to advance the profession of architecture, urban design and planning. The department is committed to developing state of high-quality architecture and planning for the local and international job market.

Strategic Objectives:

  • Providing high quality education that prepares students to assume professional roles in architecture by offering sound knowledge in design theories and applications, building technology, social, cultural and environmental factors, and the application of information technology.
  • Preparing the students to work effectively in multi-disciplinary teams within the building industry by providing knowledge in built environment related disciplines relevant to ethical responsibilities and professional obligations in architecture.
  • Preparing the students to acquire and develop creative problem solving and lifelong learning skills including critical thinking and assessment of existing environments, active and experiential learning.
  • Enabling graduates to understand the impact of architecture engineering and planning on society in a global and social context, including various environmental issues.
  • Developing oral and written communication skills, as well as the ability to work effectively in teams.
  • Integrating academic learning with practical experience, in order to enhance professional development, career planning, ability to adapt to different work environments and to engage in lifelong self-learning.
  • Providing students with an understanding of ethics, professional responsibilities, and the role of the engineer in society, taking into account the economic, environmental and cultural impact.

Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering

Introduction:

            The skill and knowledge of industrial engineering specialization are reflected in the developmental and economic plans of industrial systems through continuous improvement, design, analysis, operation and maintenance of integrated production systems and product production processes that use distinct techniques and tools that achieve productivity, high quality and affordable price. Graduates of the Industrial Engineering program are able to pursue a career in a variety of technical careers, including quality engineering, product development, manufacturing engineering, strategic, operational and logistical planning, management engineering, process engineering, safety engineering, maintenance engineering, production engineering, cost engineering, engineering project management, human engineering and work design. And many other works of art. Most of the industrial engineers move into supervisory and management roles, and many become executive leaders in the industries of their choice.

Department Vision:

The Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering aspires to be a distinguished department in the educational process, scientific research, cooperation with industrial sectors and community service through cooperation with local, regional and international organizations.

Department Mission:

The Department of Industrial Engineering and Systems is committed to providing and developing a distinguished educational program in various fields of industrial engineering and providing an appropriate environment for scientific research and community service through cooperation with local, regional and international organizations.

 

Strategic Objectives:

  • Preparing a qualified industrial engineering graduate with technical and professional capabilities that enable him to work in a competitive engineering environment to develop products and processes.
  • Developing the competencies of industrial engineering graduates to keep pace with the rapid development in the local and international industrial engineering environment.
  • Strengthening the relationship with governmental and private institutions and companies by organizing conferences and seminars, providing short courses and seminars, and enhancing consultancy and industrial services.
  • Developing professional and research work by encouraging scientific publishing and active participation in conferences and professional meetings.
  • Developing oral and written communication skills, as well as the ability to work effectively in teams.
  • Integrating academic learning with practical experience, in order to enhance professional development, career planning, ability to adapt to different work environments, and to engage in lifelong self-learning.
  • Providing students with an understanding of ethics, professional responsibilities, and the role of the engineer in society, taking into account the economic, environmental, and cultural impact.

Department of Mechatronics Engineering

Introduction:

Mechatronics engineering is strongly based on Mechanical Engineering but is a distinctly different discipline. The program provides an interdisciplinary, tightly focused approach to designing automated devices, preparing professionally trained Mechatronics engineers who can have an immediate impact in industry. Mechatronics Programs combine core undergraduate courses in mechanical, selected electronics and software engineering with several option-specific courses in an interdisciplinary approach. Graduates enjoy professional skills in classical machine design and analysis, as well as electronic instrumentation, computer control systems, and software engineering. As such, Mechatronics Program Graduates are concerned with the design, automation, and operational performance of electro-mechanical systems. They typically use their skills and knowledge about mechanical and electronic processes as well as computers to develop new solutions to industrial problems. In addition, they often become involved in providing technical advice or assistance relating to the creation of new products.

 Department Vision:

The vision of the program is to be a pioneer in the specialty of mechatronics engineering and to provide the latest updates and unique development of a mechatronics program that enjoys the highest quality and prepares high-level graduates who are able to support the community locally and internationally. The program also aims to conduct research at a high level internationally.

 Department Mission:

The mechatronics engineering program is committed to meeting the requirements of the Egyptian, regional and international community to graduate highly qualified engineers specialized in mechatronics engineering, and to provide a suitable environment for scientific research and community service through cooperation with local, regional and international organizations.

 Strategic Objectives:

  • Preparing a qualified mechatronics engineers who are knowledgeable, skillful and able to solve complex engineering problems. This objective is related to the attributes including acquiring and furthering domain knowledge and their implementation in industry.
  • Conducting distinguished research and the ability to promote entrepreneurial ideas. This objective is linked to the professional competence and self-learning skills of graduate engineers.
  • Preparing engineers with leadership qualities and high morals & professional ethics. This objective focuses on the personal attributes including ethics, leadership, and commitment.
  • Developing oral and written communication skills, as well as the ability to work effectively in teams.
  • Integrating academic learning with practical experience, in order to enhance professional development, career planning, ability to adapt to different work environments and to engage in lifelong self-learning.

Providing students with an understanding of ethics, professional responsibilities, and the role of the engineer in society, taking into account the economic, environmental and cultural impact

Department of Electrical Power and Machines Engineering

Introduction:

The Electrical Power and Machinery Program aims to prepare engineers at a professional level for planning and designing of electrical power plants and managing renewable energy. This program is an essential supporter of major development projects in Egypt and its regional surroundings. The program is designed to graduate electrical engineers who specialize in electrical power systems and also operate and control electrical networks for transmission and distribution planning. These engineers will also acquire high voltage applications in combating environmental pollution and in various industrial processes.

 

Department Vision:

The Electrical Power and Machinery Department seeks to conduct distinguished research in the field of electrical energy and its applications, which leads to the benefit of the Egyptian community and the enrichment of international scientific research.

 Department Mission:

            The electrical engineering program is committed to meeting the needs of the Egyptian, Arab and regional communities through high quality electrical engineering programs, and providing a suitable environment for scientific research and community service through cooperation with local, regional and international organizations.

 

Strategic Objectives:

  • Providing the graduates with strong foundation in mathematics, basic sciences, and engineering.
  • Providing the graduates with the skills necessary to design electrical engineering components or processes to meet desired goals.
  • Conducting distinguished research and the ability to promote entrepreneurial ideas. This objective is linked to the professional competence and self-learning skills of graduate engineers.
  • Preparing engineers with leadership qualities and high morals & professional ethics. This objective focuses on personal attributes including ethics, leadership, and commitment.
  • Developing oral and written communication skills, as well as the ability to work effectively in teams.
  • Integrating academic learning with practical experience, in order to enhance professional development, career planning, ability to adapt to different work environments and to engage in lifelong self-learning.
  • Providing students with an understanding of ethics, professional responsibilities, and the role of the engineer in society, taking into account the economic, environmental and cultural impact.

Department of Computer and Software Engineering

Introduction:

               The Department of Computer and Software Engineering is concerned with many areas of computers from designing and modeling devices used in building computer systems to configuring large systems and computer networks, including embedded systems and computer programs. One of the applications of computer and software engineering is the design of high-precision processors for embedded systems, including special hard equipment for computing systems from microprocessors to supercomputers. Upon completion of the Computer and Software Engineering program, the student will also gain grounding in basic sciences, applied mathematics, electrical and computing hardware and software. The program provides several subjects to accommodate individual interests and specific career goals through electives in sub-disciplines During the final year, students are allowed to choose technical electives in either one or more disciplines. Graduates of the Computer and Software Engineering Department find job opportunities in government, industrial and educational institutions, where there are also opportunities for individual work in the field of implementation and technology consulting. Specific jobs that computer engineers are prepared for include hardware design, design automation, VLSI design, expert systems, fault-tolerant design, software engineering, digital communications, synthetic systems development, computer networking, and computer engineering.  

 

Department Vision:

The Department of Computer Engineering seeks to prepare and qualify distinguished engineers of computer and software engineering graduates to meet the needs of the labor market and face future challenges by providing an educational environment, spreading knowledge, conducting research and employing the best modern technologies.

Department Mission:

The department is committed to providing a distinguished computer engineering program that meets the needs of the community by developing the curricula in line with recent scientific developments in the field of computer systems engineering, in addition to completing the requirements for developing the department’s laboratories in all its specializations. We also seek to develop scientific research by creating the appropriate conditions for it to be able to compete with similar departments except local, Arab and international departments.

Strategic Objectives:

  • Preparing and qualifying distinguished cadres of computer and software engineering graduates to meet the needs of the labor market and the local community.
  • Providing an attractive learning environment for qualified human resources.
  • Providing distinguished educational and research programs in the field of computer and software engineering.
  • Providing technical consultations in the field of computer systems, computer networks and information technology for government agencies and the private sector.
  • Developing oral and written communication skills, as well as the ability to work effectively in teams.
  • Integrating academic learning with practical experience, in order to enhance professional development, career planning, ability to adapt to different work environments and to engage in lifelong self-learning.
  • Providing students with an understanding of ethics, professional responsibilities, and the role of the engineer in society, taking into account the economic, environmental and cultural impact.

Department of Biomedical Engineering

Introduction:

The department seeks to achieve its mission – which is the same as the collage’s mission – by participating in upgrading the necessary support for community health services by providing a distinguished educational and training program, to qualify competitive cadres locally and globally in the professional branches of biomedical engineering, and to conduct distinguished scientific research in various applied fields of biomedical engineering. The department aims to continuously develop and enhance quality applications of the biomedical engineering program and its activities in accordance with quality standards and academic accreditation, and to support and provide an excellent environment for the dissemination of applied research. Specialization also aims to participate effectively in the service and development of the Egyptian and regional society, and to establish effective partnerships in educational organizations and distinguished research centers internally and externally

Department Vision:

The department aspires for the medical engineering program to become one of the leading and distinguished programs regionally and globally, which foster creativity and attract distinguished students.

Department Mission:

The department is committed to provide a distinguished higher education that gives the student knowledge and skills which meet the requirements of the increasing labor market and contribute to the development of society. That will qualify cadres to be capable of competition, through efficient human resources, an attractive educational environment, an effective research and community partnership, and a supportive administrative system.

Strategic Objectives:

  • Providing a specialization that enjoys scarcity and distinguishes the Faculty of Engineering at MUST.
  • The flexibility of the program allows it to cooperate with foreign educational institutions and exchange experiences, as well as cooperate with various centers of expertise.
  • Benefiting from the university’s capabilities and the expertise of its faculty members in the relevant fields of (engineering, medicine and science) in general and the biomedical engineering in particular.
  • Interesting in research and development activities leading to innovations in the field of medical technology; in transferring that medical technology for marketing.
  • Intensifying the use of computers in all medical fields by updating and developing existing software, and inventing new computer systems that are primarily supporting the physician in performing the diagnostic and therapeutic mission.
  • Inculcating the distinguished moral values ​​of our societies, which lead to the student’s assuming his responsibility towards his society.
  • Developing oral and written communication skills, as well as the ability to work effectively in teams.

Department of Electronics and Communications Engineering

Introduction:

            The study aims at the Department of Electronics and Communications Engineering to prepare a specialized graduate in the field of sciences of the Electronics and Communications Engineering, with the aim of providing the community with what it needs from engineers in engineering disciplines with a high academic level and an analytical and innovative mental ability, while adhering to the standards of conduct and ethics of the engineering profession. As well as carrying out studies and research in the field of sciences of the Department of Electronics and Communications Engineering with applications for development, working on the development of the environment, serving the community, developing its effective mechanisms, solving its problems, and making a positive contribution to future development.

 

Department Vision:

The department looks forward to building a strong educational and research base in the field of communications and electronics engineering to meet the advanced global needs and able to provide students with the latest knowledge and skills and enhance them with a good practical side to meet the challenges in the field of communications and electronics engineering.  

Department Mission:

               The Department of Electronics and Communications Engineering is committed to providing a distinguished higher education that gives the student the knowledge and skills that meet the requirements of the growing labor market and contribute to the development of society, which qualifies engineers who are able to compete, through efficient human resources, an attractive educational environment, effective research and community partnership, and a supportive administrative system.

 

Strategic Objectives:

  • Providing comprehensive educational programs in the field of communications engineering for the purpose of preparing qualified graduates.
  • Encouraging students to participate in various scientific and cultural activities that lead to the enhancement of social and professional skills.
  • Preparing graduates of qualified communications engineers who are able to advance in their careers and careers.
  • Preparing graduates of communications engineers armed with high moral values, communication skills, leadership qualities and the ability for self-learning.
  • Developing oral and written communication skills, as well as the ability to work effectively in teams.
  • Integrating academic learning with practical experience, in order to enhance professional development, career planning, ability to adapt to different work environments and to engage in lifelong self-learning.
  • Providing students with an understanding of ethics, professional responsibilities, and the role of the engineer in society, taking into account the economic, environmental and cultural impact.

Department of Basic Sciences.

Dean's word
Mission
Vision
College Strategic Goals

Dean's word

Faculty of Engineering and Technology at Misr University for Science and Technology is one of the leading private engineering colleges in Egypt. Our prime target in this college is to facilitate an engineer who can contribute to the development of our community and our country. Engineering is the quality of problem-solving capability that is based on basic sciences. The engineer is required to generate new solutions or develop existing solutions to overcome the challenges he has. Creativity is a major skill for an engineer to be able to develop solutions. Teaching and learning activities are directed towards enhancing the creative capacities of the students. So, the instructors use a combination of multiple methods of education to reach students with different skills. The student is our focal point in all our decisions. He/ She is the media between the college and whole life. The college introduces the student to the community to improve the engineering industry. So, the alumni shall have the required capacities to fit in the required positions in the requirements of the industry.

Research and graduate studies are the second targets in the college. Creativity and continual improvement are the basis of the research spectrum in the engineering college. Our nine departments with their wide specialties of instructors and researchers are cover most of the engineering research areas. Our research results are published in the top classified periodicals all over the world. Our research projects are compatible with the latest update of the 2030 Egypt Strategic Plan. It is compatible also with the newest world update in the different trends in engineering and the related sciences.

Community interaction is the third edge of the triangle along with education and research. The education and research are producing engineers and research results which help the community in the future. Besides, the college can help the community by direct integration with the industry by providing services in the form of consultations, testing, solving problems, and research. College of engineering may help the industry as well as the different authorities in the region since there are long experiences with staff in the college.

Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Dean

                       Prof. Karim El-Dash

College Mission

The Faculty of Engineering at Misr University for Science and Technology is committed to preparing distinguished engineers who are able to compete locally and regionally in the scientific, research, and ethical aspects, by creating the appropriate conditions for faculty members and their assistants. The college also contributes to community service and solving its problems, within the framework of commitment to the organizing rules of the community.

 

 

College Vision

The Faculty of Engineering at Misr University for Science and Technology aspires to occupy a leading position recognized at the local, regional and international levels as an educational institution that provides advanced engineering programs, applied scientific research, and high-quality community services.

College Strategic Goals

The strategic goals of the college can be summarized in the following points:

  1. Preparing a graduate capable of competing in the labor market locally and regionally by providing advanced educational programs.
  2. Creating and developing an educational environment to improve teaching and learning systems to achieve creativity and innovation.
  3. Raising the efficiency of scientific research and developing its resources to produce distinguished scientific research locally, regionally, and internationally.
  4. Enhancing community participation, developing the environment, and developing the college’s own resources.
  5. Developing the capabilities of faculty members and the supporting staff to improve the efficiency of the educational and research process.
  6. Establishing a system of continuous evaluation and quality management to achieve the objectives of the college, through regular review and continuous evaluation.

Program Objectives

Provide students with strong foundation in basic sciences, mathematics, engineering fundamentals, analysis and design methodologies.

Students will acquire the kind of critical thinking and creativity needed for successful development by gaining the leadership and management skills that will create effective teams and communication routines.

Engage in adopting and developing new technology.

Provide technical leadership in a broad range of process industries.

Learn new models, techniques, and technologies as they emerge.

Employ current theories, models and techniques that provide a basis for problem Identification and analysis, design, implementation, validation

and verification, evolution and documentation.

Graduates of the program are prepared to:
Work in a professional manner individually or as a team member to create, present, and deliver quality engineering products, projects, and services.  MUST graduates are bound to maintain ethical, social, legal, ecological, and economical Standards.

Build capability to reconcile conflicts in projects while preserving the objectives and find optimal solutions within limitations of safety, serviceability, functionality, cost and time.

Scientific Degrees

The College of Engineering – Misr University for Science and Technology awards the following scientific degrees:

  1. Bachelor’s degree in Construction Engineering.
  2. Bachelor’s degree in Architectural Engineering.
  3. Bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Engineering.
  4. Bachelor’s degree in Computer and Software Engineering
  5. Bachelor’s degree in Electronics and Communications Engineer
  6. Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Power and Machines Engineering
  7. Bachelor’s degree in Mechatronics Engineering
  8. Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Power Engineering
  9. Bachelor’s degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering

Students Affairs

Mission
Vision
Strategic Objectives

Mission

Providing integrated educational and student services within an effective system of quality education and engineering development in an effort to graduate a distinguished engineer capable of competing in the labor market.

 

 

Vision

Developing the educational process to ensure a distinguished position for the college among engineering education institutions in Egypt and abroad.

Strategic Objectives

  1. Developing educational programs and courses according to the needs of the local and regional labor market.
  2. Raising the efficiency of the educational process in the departments and providing teaching and learning resources.
  3. Enhancing the capabilities of continuing education and developing the skills of scientific research among students.
  4. Activating the college’s role in building the student’s personality.
  5. Activating the field training system in the labor market institutions and developing the skills of students.
  6. Expanding student activities, creating new activities and encouraging students to participate in them.
  7. Providing academic support to college students.
  8. Developing an approach to attract international students from all over the world.
  9. Developing the electronic structure system of the college.
  10. Activating communication with graduates and owners of labor market institutions.

Community and Environment

Mission
Vision
Strategic Objectives

Mission

Community Service and Environmental Development Affairs at the College of Engineering aspires to be an effective entity to contribute to the organization and implementation of various programs for community service and environmental development in accordance with the needs of the community by developing strategies and mechanisms for providing community and environmental services and achieving an effective partnership between the college and community parties.

 

 

Vision

Developing the community service and environmental development system to ensure a distinguished position for the college among community institutions in Egypt and abroad.

Strategic Objectives

  1. Preparing a plan for community service and environmental development affairs, in coordination with the scientific departments.
  2. Organizing conferences, seminars, and workshops in the field of community service and environmental affairs.
  3. Providing real training opportunities for faculty members and alumni.
  4. Participating in crisis management, occupational safety and health, and maintaining the work environment.
  5. Communicating with the graduates in all the activities carried out by the college.
  6. Encouraging applied research and participating in solving community problems.
  7. Measuring and evaluating civil society’s satisfaction with the performance of the organization and the graduates.
  8. Providing engineering consultancy and contributing to solving the combined problems.
  9. Encouraging the financing of applied research, especially in solving environmental problems.

Quality Assurance Unit

Introduction
Mission
Vision
Strategic Goals

Introduction

The college administration seeks to introduce and establish a culture of regular self-evaluation, continuous improvement, and assurance of total quality by creating a common language for the concept of quality and spreading awareness among the academic, administrative, and student community in the college, in order to ensure quality, accreditation and participation in the service of the environment, facing the challenges of rapid development and gaining the trust of the community in all outputs The education system of graduates, research, professional and community services, in line with national, regional and international standards.

            The college administration is keen to establish and activate quality assurance systems in all components of the education system in the College of Engineering and to provide continuous assistance to the various departments to implement quality assurance standards in all fields and in their academic programs in accordance with national and international standards and in accordance with the mission of the college and then qualify it to accredit academic programs in addition to its accreditation As an educational institution recognized locally, regionally and internationally.

            In application of the educational quality assurance standards, the College of Engineering, through the Quality Assurance Unit in the college, has implemented specific mechanisms that target the following areas: program and course descriptions, program target learning outcomes, course target learning outcomes, questionnaires, and various evaluation forms, course file, program and course report, continuous development, Program self-evaluation scales, program self-study form, academic accreditation (local and international). In its work, the Quality Assurance Unit relies on a policy of decentralization in the implementation of work to ensure the consolidation of quality concepts and the achievement of continuous development in the institution.

Mission

The Quality Assurance Unit at the Faculty of Engineering – Misr University for Science and Technology is committed to following up and managing the quality of performance to ensure quality in all elements of the educational system, research activities, and community service provided by the faculty, to achieve total quality and academic accreditation.

 

Vision

The Quality Assurance Unit at the Faculty of Engineering – Misr University for Science and Technology aspires to be at the top of the university’s quality units through its adoption of national quality standards, leading to the faculty’s accreditation.

Strategic Goals

Establishing an internal system for quality and performance evaluation through:

  1. Establishing a clear system for quality in the college to raise the level of each of the educational systems provided by the faculty members, as well as bringing the college graduates to a distinguished level commensurate with local and national standards.
  2. Spreading the culture of quality and ensuring accreditation among faculty members, their assistants, all faculty staff, and students, and raising awareness of the concept of performance evaluation and quality assurance, while rooting the university environment culture that supports innovation, its values, ​​and ethics.
  3. Gaining the confidence of the community in the outcomes of the educational process in the college by consolidating the relationship between the college and the community to develop and improve the services provided by the college.
  4. Creating a database for the college that includes (faculty members – faculty assistants – college staff and workers – college students – college programs – academic degrees granted by the college – programs and courses specifications – identifying the stakeholder of the college graduates and their requirements) to be a basis for supporting the adoption of the college decision.
  5. Developing a system for measuring and evaluating performance at the college (academic reference standards – educational program – the quality of job opportunities – community participation – research and other scientific activities – effectiveness of quality management and improvement).
  6. Presenting various proposals and recommendations related to the implementation of the quality system in the college and the implementation of those studies to achieve the objectives of the unit, and to prepare the college for the stage of a comprehensive evaluation of performance for accreditation in the coming years.
  7. Supporting continuous improvement processes by directing those in charge of various development activities in each field to keep pace with quality levels constantly.

The college of Engineering was established in 1996 to serve Egypt, the Arab countries and the region. We prepare our graduates to perform and execute their responsibilities competitively in an industrialized challenging world at the information technology revolution era while maintaining our heritage.