With the successful completion of the study in the Architectural Engineering program, the student acquires knowledge and concepts in:
1 - Mathematical and scientific knowledge, concepts and theories appropriate for specialization
2- The foundations of information and communication technology.
3- Characteristics of engineering materials related to the field of architecture.
4- The foundations of design, including designing elements, processes, and systems related to architecture.
5- Methodologies for solving engineering problems and collecting and interpreting information.
6- Quality assurance systems, codes and standards for architectural practices, health and safety requirements and environmental issues.
7- Business administration and principles related to architecture
8- The current architecture techniques
9- Humanitarian and ethical issues.
10- Technical English Language and Report Writing.
11- Ethics of professional practice and the impact of architectural engineering solutions on society and the environment.
12- Contemporary Issues in Architecture.
13- The foundations of architectural design, preparation and presentation of design projects in a variety of contexts, standards and various degrees of difficulty.
14- Building technology principles, building and construction methods, technical installations in buildings, properties of materials, and how they affect design decisions.
15- Basis of building implementation, operating costs, and preparation of building specifications documents, materials, components, and systems suitable for construction.
16- Planning and Urbanization Theories and Legislations.
17- Spatial change processes in built and natural environments, patterns and problems of cities, and the positive and negative effects of urbanism.
18- The importance of urban spaces in achieving interaction between human behavior, the built environment, and the natural environment.
19- History and theories of architecture, planning, urban design, and related fields.
20- Multi-dimensional modeling and visualization, multimedia applications and computer aided design.
21- The role of the architectural profession in relation to the building and construction industry and interfacing with disciplines that represent the built environment
22- The different dimensions of the housing problem and the set of curricula, policies and practices that were implemented to solve this problem.
23- The foundations of continuous design, environmental and climatic considerations, energy consumption and efficiency in buildings and its impact on the environment.