The vision of the Faculty of Engineering is to be recognized globally as a beacon for quality engineering education in the Middle East and the world.

The faculty seeks to serve the engineering educational and professional needs of Lebanon, the region and the international communities. Its mission is to:

  • Continually improve the standard of our graduates through having high caliber faculty members together with quality educational programs and facilities in-line with the rapid technological advancements.
  • Provide a balanced regime of quality education that incorporates theoretical and practical education, innovation and creativity as well as freedom of thought and research with emphasis on professionalism and ethical behavior.
  • Promote and support research activities over a broad range of academic interests among students and staff.
  • Encourage research and technical seminars that contribute to the growth of individual knowledge and prepares for continuous learning.
  • Provide an excellent environment for our students that encourage interaction and enriches the educational experience in the faculty.

The graduates of the program will acquire each of the following characteristics and abilities, which constitute the program outcomes in conformity with the objectives:

a. Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering.

b. Identify, to formulate, and solve engineering problems.

c. Conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.

d. Design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs.

e. Use the techniques, skills, and modern tools necessary for engineering practice.

f. Appreciate the impact of engineering solutions in a local and global context.

g. Function in a team environment.

h. Communicate effectively.

i. Understand the professional and ethical responsibility.

j. Engage in life-long learning.

k. Be exposed to site and/or office practical experience in civil engineering projects or undergraduate research.

For Civil Engineers, other engineers need adaptation course
Item
Description
Credits
Courses
10 Mandatory Courses
27
Project
1 Project
3
Total
30
Adaptation Course: Highway and Traffic Engineering Fundamentals, 3 Credits
Semester
Course
Credits
First Semester    
Traffic Safety Fundamentals   3 Crs.
Traffic safety and human behaviour   3 Crs.
Vehicle Standards and ISO 39001 3 Crs.
for Traffic Safety 3 Crs.
Second Semester    
Traffic Safety Fundamentals   3 Crs.
Road safety and Operation 3 Crs.
Crash investigation and Post-Crash Management 3 Crs.
Third Semester    
Research Methodology and Statistical data analysis 3 Crs.
Legislation for Road Safety 1 Cr.
  Funding Roadway Safety 2 Crs.
ITS and  Simulation for Traffic Safety 3 Crs.
Fourth Semester    
Project 3 Crs.