Program Accreditation

 
 
 
The Bachelor in Computer Networks and Communications Engineering Program is accredited by Engineering Accreditation Commission of Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology, ABET.
 
 
Organization ID
1005
Program ID
5543
Program and Degree Name
Computer Networks and Communications Engineering, Bachelor
Accreditation Dates
10/01/2015-Present
Accredited Campus Locations
Main Campus
Criteria
Communications Engineering
Date of Next Comprehensive Review
2022-2023
Accredited By
Engineering Accreditation Commission
International Mutual Recognition Agreement
 

 

 

After the Graduation, Graduates will be able to:

  • Apply fundamental mathematical and basic science skills necessary to function as a computer Networks and communication Engineer.
  • Able to analyze and solve complex technical problems that reflect a commitment to quality, innovation, critical thinking and continuous improvement
  • A leader and collaborative team member within an interdisciplinary professional environment.
  • Continue education, research and innovation to sustain professional growth.
  • Contribute to community service while maintaining professional ethical conduct.
 
 
Student Learning Outcomes
CODE
To recognize the knowledge of mathematics and basic sciences used for computer networks and communications engineering.
SLO-a
To define contemporary issues for designing, securing and implementing computer networks and communications systems
 
SLO-j
To identify, formulate and solve problems of computer networks and communications engineering using mathematics, basic sciences, and engineering concepts.
SLO-e
To prepare and conduct engineering experiments, analyze specific requirements in order to provide optimal solutions.
SLO-c
To design required network/service/system/process that meets specific needs using realistic constraints and devices/tools in computer networks and communications engineering context.
SLO-b
To summarize the impact of computer networks and communications engineering on both economics and society levels.
SLO-h
To develop the ability to handle modern tools and acquire the needed competency in computer networks and communications engineering.
SLO-k
To provide effective results either individually or within teams.
SLO-d
To act professionally and ethically and show the impact of liability issues when handling computer networks and communications engineering projects.
SLO-f
To show the need for and engage in life-long learning and information literacy for science and network engineering/technology.
SLO-i
To be able to communicate effectively.
SLO-g