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School of Engineering & Information Technology

Welcome to the School of Engineering & Information Technology (SEIT)

A Message from the Dean of the School of Engineering & Information Technology

The School of Engineering and Information Technology provides students with the education and training necessary to succeed in professional fields. You made a smart option when you decided to enroll in a school of engineering and information technology since it will provide you with excellent technical and communication abilities that will set you apart from other individuals on the market.

LIU engineering graduates are currently working in a wide variety of companies both locally and internationally. Many of our graduates continue their education by enrolling in postgraduate and professional programs. They are known for their extraordinary abilities in the areas of communication, problem-solving, and innovative design respectively.

Abdulaziz Alhetar, PhD.
Dean, School of Engineering & Information Technology
Email: alhetar.aziz@ye.liu.edu.lb


SEIT Vision
To be a source for quality education, innovation, and advancing national development.     


SEIT Mission
To produce highly qualified graduates and innovation applied science, meeting the developmental needs of society.     


SEIT Objectives
1.Delivering and administering innovative engineering and information technology programs that undergoes
continuous assessment and revision;
2.Providing an advancing knowledge leadership role in educational research and in outreach;
3.Developing and delivering quality service courses in engineering and information technology.
4.Providing an accessible, modern education in engineering and science for future, interdisciplinary leaders; and
5.Facilitating life-long learning in engineering and information technology.
    


Programs of Study

The School of Engineering & Information Technology offers programs leading to the degrees in all major areas listed below.

Program Type Program Title Credits
Undergraduate Biomedical Engineering 139
Undergraduate Communication Engineering 139
Undergraduate Electrical Engineering 139
Undergraduate Architecture Engineering 168
Undergraduate Information Technology 130

     Please click on the desired program.

Biomedical Engineering

Mission

To educate undergraduate students and provide them with multi-disciplinary training for productive careers in the health-related areas of industry. To achieve our educational mission, a curriculum that integrates engineering sciences, life sciences, clinical medicine, research and engineering design is offered. Cultivating our students’ problem-solving and communication skills, promoting their ability to think critically and independently, and helping them to understand scientific and engineering approaches through a four-year sequence of courses represent the scope of the Biomedical Engineering program. Plus, the program encourages graduate students to continue their post graduate education.

Objectives

1.Qualify graduates in the field of biomedical engineering able to develop their careers and serve their country.
2.Qualify graduates with the ability to carry out theoretical and applied studies to serve society and participating in finding scientific solutions to its problems in the field of biomedical engineering.
3.Commit and uphold high ethical and professional conduct in the education and practice of engineering solutions in global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts.
4.Continuous development according to modern quality assurance standards and encouraging student various activities.
5.Pursue life-long learning to enhance their undergraduate degree, through formal education and/or certification in order to improve their careers.

Program Intended Learning Outcomes

Knowledge and Understanding
A1. Describe Mathematics, Physics and basic engineering science (Electrical, electronical, mechanical and computer science).
A2. Describe physiological and anatomical structure of the human being body. A3. Maintain an ability to apply engineering design to produce solutions that meet specified needs with consideration of public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors.
A4. Recognize ethical and professional responsibilities in engineering situations and make informed judgments.
A5. Identify inter-disciplinary knowledge and skills in engineering and life sciences needed to cope with the dynamic nature of the community.
A6. Reflect a broad technical and social outlook, the right working attitude and professionalism.
A7. Apply project management techniques in the design maintenance and implementation of biomedical system.

Intellectual Skills
B1. Formulate, and solve complex engineering problems by applying principles of engineering, science, and mathematics.
B2. Categorize biological systems and parts based on their functions.
B3. Integrate components from different materials to construct a useful biomedical product.
B4. Compose and develop innovative solutions for practical health care problems.
B5. Analyze and test scientifically hypothesis.

Professional and Practical Skills
C1. Regulate creative and technical ability to turn designs into products.
C2. Solve engineering problems using appropriate tools and computer software.
C3. Build The ability to empathize with patients.
C4. Use standard approaches while designing and integrating biomedical systems.
C5. Liaising with medical, engineering and scientific staff.
C6. Manipulate and sort data in variety of ways.

General and Transferable Skills
D1. Maintaining and modifying equipment to ensure that it is safe, reliable and efficient.
D2. Undertake relevant research.
D3. Maintain group work spirit coherently and share learning knowledge.
D4. Demonstrate an awareness of ethical principle and issues.
D5. Build a good attention skill to details.
D6. Writing reports and documentation.
D7. Have the ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences.
D8. Measure the performance of medical devices and equipment.

Communication Engineering

Mission

To equip the students with the fundamental skills required to meet the demands of the communications industry. The program is designed to provide the required theoretical grounding and the practical skills required in a rapidly evolving information processing environment, and invoke the desire and ability of life-long learning in our graduates for pursuing successful career in communication engineering and postgraduate studies.

Objectives

1.Qualify graduates in the field of communications engineering able to develop their careers and serve their country.
2.Qualify graduates with the ability to carry out theoretical and applied studies to serve society and participating in finding scientific solutions to its problems in the field of communications engineering.
3.Commit and uphold high ethical and professional conduct in the education and practice of engineering solutions in global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts.
4.Continuous development according to modern quality assurance standards and encouraging student various activities.
5.Pursue life-long learning to enhance their undergraduate degree, through formal education and/or certification in order to improve their careers.

Program Intended Learning Outcomes

Knowledge and Understanding
A1. Describe mathematics, physics and basic engineering sciences in the field of communication engineering.
A2. Apply detailed knowledge and understanding of the essential facts, concepts, principles and theories of communications devices and systems, and signals.
A3. Identify the professional ethics and responsibilities in communication engineering.
A4. Recognize practical and theoretical concepts of communication systems for sustainable development.
A5. Apply appropriate computer-based methods for modelling and analysis of engineering problems relevant to the communications industry.
A6. Apply project management techniques in the design, maintenance, and implementation of telecommunication systems.

Intellectual Skills
B1. Analyze and solve problems in electronics, systems and Communications.
B2. Integrate relevant mathematical skills showing, familiarity with methods of mathematical modelling and analysis.
B3. Analyze, Interpret and use data including those arising from simulations.
B4. Analyze and critical evaluate experimental results.
B5. Formulate and test hypotheses.

Professional and Practical Skills
C1. Use different computer programming languages and software tools for solving telecommunication engineering problems.
C2. Design and conduct simulations in different parallel and distributed process related disciplines both offline and in real time.
C3. Manipulate and sort data and present the data in a variety of ways.
C4. Design, and implement switching technologies, wide area networking technologies, and policy.
C5. Use scientific literature effectively and research for information to develop idea further.
C6. Utilize statistics/probability, transform methods, or applied differential equations in support of telecommunication systems and wide area networks.

General and Transferable Skills
D1. Work effectively as part of a team.
D2. Communicate in writing through effective e-mail as well as written reports and orally with other professionals.
D3. Manage time and resources.
D4. Recognize of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.

Electrical Engineering


Mission

To graduate engineering students with fundamental technical knowledge and practice of their career and communication skills to develop innovative solutions to complex technological problems.The program prepares them to work as professional engineers or participate in graduate university programs.

Objectives

1.Qualify graduates in the field of electrical engineering able to develop their careers and serve their country.
2.Qualify graduates with the ability to carry out theoretical and applied studies to serve society and participating in finding scientific solutions to its problems in the field of electrical engineering.
3.Commit and uphold high ethical and professional conduct in the education and practice of engineering solutions in global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts.
4.Continuous development according to modern quality assurance standards and encouraging student various activities.
5.Pursue life-long learning to enhance their undergraduate degree, through formal education and/or certification in order to improve their careers.

Program Intended Learning Outcomes

Knowledge and Understanding
A1. Describe mathematics, physics and basic engineering sciences in the field of electrical engineering.
A2. Apply detailed knowledge and understanding of the essential facts, concepts, principles and theories of electrical machines and power systems, and control mechanism.
A3. Identify the professional ethics and responsibilities in electrical engineering.
A4. Recognize practical and theoretical concepts of power systems for sustainable development.
A5. Apply appropriate computer-based methods for modelling and analysis of engineering problems relevant to the electrical industry.
A6. Apply project management techniques in the design maintenance and implementation of the electrical system.

Intellectual Skills
B1. Analyze and solve problems in electric, electronics, control systems and power loading.
B2. Integrate relevant mathematical skills showing, familiarity with methods of mathematical modelling and analysis.
B3. Analyze, Interpret and use data including those arising from simulations.
B4. Analyze and critical evaluate experimental results.
B5. Formulate and test hypotheses.

Professional and Practical Skills
C1. Use different computer programming languages and software tools for solving electrical engineering problems.
C2. Utilize differential and integral calculus, as a minimum, to characterize the performance of electrical/electronic systems.
C3. Manipulate and sort data and present the data in a variety of ways.
C4. Use the engineering approach to the solution of problems relevant to the electrical field.
C5. Use scientific literature effectively and research for information to develop idea further.

General and Transferable Skills
D1. Work effectively as part of a team.
D2. Communicate in writing through effective e-mail as well as written reports and orally with other professionals.
D3. Manage time and resources.
D4. Recognize of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.

Architecture Engineering

Mission



Objectives

Program Intended Learning Outcomes

Knowledge and Understanding
Intellectual Skills
Professional and Practical Skills
General and Transferable Skills

Information Technology


Mission

To prepare qualified individuals for support and management positions in the IT field by providing theoretical knowledge and practical training in the key IT related technologies, tools and practices to serve the community and the profession.

Objectives

1.To offer pioneer high-quality IT educational program that includes the knowledge, skills, and intellectual concepts required to meet the market needs through:-
    •Providing students with all basic scientific, computer and information technology knowledge.
    •Developing students envision, logical thinking, and analytic abilities.
    •Developing students' innovative and creativity in designing and implementing IT solution.
2.To prepare qualified IT professionals to meet local and regional community needs and gain their confidence.
3.To allow students to demonstrate ethical behavior as an IT professional and sensitivity to the impact of technology on society.
4.To allow students to adapt to the high-paced and fast changing information technology environment.
5.To engage students in life-long learning and professional development.

Program Intended Learning Outcomes

Knowledge and Understanding
A1. Demonstrate an understanding of appropriate concepts, theories, mathematical foundations, models and techniques related to Information technology discipline.
A2. Explain the knowledge of computer and communication network security and management, project management methods/ tools, database and information management system, operating system and system integration and architecture.
A3. Describe the principles of programming foundation, problem-solving, decision-making, web and mobile applications, human computer interaction and system administration tools and techniques.

Intellectual Skills
B1. Propose appropriate information technology-based solutions and integrate them effectively into the user and organization environment.
B2. Analyze the impacts of computing on organizational objectives and customer needs, and consider them during the analytical processing, selection, integration, configuration and administration of computer-based systems.
B3. Evaluate the functions and related issues focusing on information technology solutions to design and develop information technology, tools and techniques to assist in taking better decisions.

Professional and Practical Skills
C1. Employ effectively the concepts, principles of computational approaches, computing systems, communication and modern technologies in the problem-solving process.
C2. Use information technology infrastructure approaches and tools to specify, design, implement, maintain, develop and document appropriate solutions.
C3. Work effectively on IT-project management, programming skills, implementation or simulation tools, operating systems with different platforms, and different applications including web, mobile, database, network and multimedia applications.

General and Transferable Skills
D1. Work effectively within a team or individually to accomplish a common goal.
D2. Engage in a life-long self-learning, time management, leadership and communicate effectively with specialists as well as non–specialists to solve organization problems.
D3. Write and present technical reports and deliverables effectively.
D4. Demonstrate efficient skills in IT-project management, research capability, creative thinking and interpersonal relationship skills based on professional ethics, privacy, security and legal responsibility.



           

 

 

   
 

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