School of Science and Engineering
Computer Science and Engineering
BSc in Telecommunication Systems Engineering
This programme prepares students for the advancing world of telecommunication and provides them with the necessary knowledge to take a major role in the future telecommunication sector in the region. Graduates will acquire knowledge in areas such as radio frequency circuits and systems, antennas and radiation, channel coding, wireless telecommunications, mobile telecommunications, telecom switching and digital communications.
It aims to provide the required basic skills of engineers needed in the region to design and operate telecommunication systems. Our students enjoy the conviviality of a human-sized university with a dynamic interaction with department staff who aim at continuously developing their learners' skills.
Length of program: 4 year (8 semesters).
Total modules taught: 34 of which 12 carry 10 credits and 22 carry 15 credits.
A final year project: It carries 30 credits that is planned for two semesters in which the student.
First 2 years: 20 modules, 10 per semester.
Third year: 8 modules: 4 per semester.
Final year: 6 modules, 3 per semester along with the final year project.
Total duration: 17 weeks.
Teaching: 14 weeks.
Teaching hours per module:15 credit modules: 3 hours per week. 10 credit modules: 2 hours per week.
Laboratory sessions: Varies according to each module.
Midterm Exam: 1 week.
Final Exam: 2 weeks.
Total required credits for graduation: 480 credits to be eligible for the BSc degree in Computer Science.
Some of the modules taught in this programme covering the key areas are: Computer communication and Networking, Computer Architecture and Organisation, Analog Comunications, Optical Communications, Electromagnetic Fields, Digital Signal Processing, Embedded Systems, Telecom Switching, Antena and Wave Propagation and Project Management.
Final year project is realized by the student through two semesters. The project should cover the knowledges that the student earned through his programme during his/her stay in the university.
The first year is common with other programs in the department to build up the mathematical base, the critical thinking and the problem solving techniques. Starting from second year, students begin to sense the telecommunications flavor, and by the end of the fourth year the complete syllabus of telecommunication systems engineering program will be covered.
The program includes, but not limited to, analog / digital / data communications, computer networks and security, information theory and multimedia processing, microwave and antenna propagation, optical communications, telecommunication systems (wireless, satellite, radar). The graduates will learn the architecture, deployment and construction of fixed and mobile telecommunication systems.
The Departmental philosophy is to effect positive changes through excellent teaching and learning pedagogy. The assessment methods are designed both to reflect and support the above aims. Students are assessed via a wide range of methods in order to ensure the development of an extensive range of abilities and skills over the duration of the programme. These methods include project realisation, group project activities, presentations, time constrained assessments and assignments.
Admission requirements are:
- Secondary school certificate, attained within the last five years and with a general high school score of 75% and above.
- Minimum high school education score of 70% in Mathematics and Physics.
- School Entrance Test (Consists of questions from Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics)
- Minimum English Language requirement is 45 in PTE, 5.5 in IELTS or 64 in ibt-TOEFL.
Applicants dismissed for any reason from any university, school or college will not be considered.
***Notice: For AY 2018-19 applications, please email [email protected] or visit UKH's Registry Office.
$3,000 USD per academic year