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1 93 xxx The Engineering Technology division of the Higher Colleges of Technology offers a wide range of programs at the Diploma, Higher Diploma and Bachelor of Applied Science levels. These programs prepare students to take up challenging and critical positions requiring technical expertise in a modern and evolving world. Students experience a hands-on approach to learning that combines theory with practice and focuses on the demands of the modern workplace. Graduates are competent in their chosen technical specialization, communications and information technology, critical thinking and problem solving, self management and teamwork. S T U D E N T H A N D B O O K Employment prospects are excellent in many large sectors such as construction, energy, oil and gas, aviation, telecommunications, computing, manufacturing, consulting, the government and the military.

2 94 H I G H E R C O L L E G E S O F T E C H N O L O G Y Diploma in Aircraft Maintenance Technology Mission: The mission of the Aircraft Maintenance Technology Diploma program is to provide the regional aerospace industry with qualified aviation professionals trained to international standards. Program Entry Requirements: See Academic Framework Minimum Admission Requirements (p. 27). Program Regulations: Letter grades are determined in accordance with the requirements of the General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) Information Bulletin (IB) 20/2006 and to conform to the requirements of the HCT s Training Organization Certificate No. U.A.E. 12/2008 issued 13 May 2008 as follows: A+ = 95% to 100%, A = 90% to 94%, A- = 85% to 89%, B+ = 80% to 84%, B = 75% to 79%, F = less than 75%. The maximum grade allowed for supplemental assessments is, accordingly, a Year 1 - Semester 1 Required s: 5 Required : 25 EARC N112 Aviation Diploma Mathematics (EASA Mod 1) 7 EARC N122 Aviation Physics (EASA Mod 2) 4 EARC N166 Materials and Hardware (EASA Mod. 6) 6 EARC N188 Basic Aerodynamics (EASA Mod 8) 3 ENGL N3136 Aviation English I 5 Year 1 - Semester 2 Required s: 3 Required : 22 EARC N133 Electrical Fundamentals (EASA Mod. 3 B1.1 & B2) 9 EARC N177 Maintenance Practices (EASA Mod 7 A & B2) 9 ENGL N3137 Aviation English II 4 grade B for Aviation Program courses. Students who have successfully completed Semester 4 of the Diploma in Aircraft Maintenance may transition into Semester 5 of the Higher Diploma in Aviation Engineering Technology (Avionics) or (Airframe and Aeroengines) after completing successfully all courses in the Aviation Bridge program (ARAB N100, ENGL N124, ENGL N125, ENGL N174, ENGL N175). Students are required to complete the International English Language Testing System (Academic Module) with an overall band of 4.5 with no skill below 4.0 to graduate. Students assessed to be in need of remediation to complete the final English assessment have the option of registering for the non-credit course of ENGL N2255 Diploma English IV. Year 2 - Semester 3 Required s: 7 Required : 25 EARC N210 Legislation (EASA Mod 10) 4 EARC N215 Gas Turbine Engines (EASA Mod. 15) 4 EARC N217 Propellers (EASA Mod. 17) 2 EARC N244 Semiconductors (EASA Mod 4) 4 EARC N255 Digital Techniques/Electronic Instrument Systems (EASA Mod 5) 4 EARC N299 Human Factors (EASA Mod 9) 2 ENGL N3236 Aviation English III 5 Year 2 - Semester 4 Required s: 2 Required : 25 Turbine Aeroplane Aerodynamics, Structures EARC N and Systems (EASA Mod 11A) ENGL N3237 Aviation English IV 5 Total Required 97 Minimum Duration Of Study, Full Time (Year/s) 2 Maximum Duration Of Study, Full Time (Year/s) 4 Program Code AMNTDP Cost Recovery Program No Major Code AMNT 94

3 H I G H E R C O L L E G E S O F T E C H N O L O G Y 95 Diploma in Highway Technology Mission: The mission of the Diploma in Highway Technology Program is to prepare UAE national students for positions as technicians and inspectors with the Road and Transport Authority in the emirate of Dubai. Program Regulations: Students assessed to be in need of remediation to complete the final English assessment have the option of registering for the noncredit course of ENGL N2255 Diploma English IV. Program Entry Requirements: See Academic Framework Minimum Admission Requirements (p. 27) Year 1 - Semester 1 Required : 37 ENGL N0155 Diploma Foundations English 30 ENHT N2103 Arabic for construction 2 MATH N2131 Mathematics I: Construction 5 Year 1 - Semester 2 Required : 24 ENGL N1155 English I 8 ENHT N2100 Computing Highway Engineering 3 ENHT N2113 Construction Materials 4 ENHT N2123 Introduction to Transportation 2 ENHT N2203 Engineering Drawing 3 MATH N2240 Math II 4 Year 2 -Semester 3 Required : 18 ENGL N1255 English II 8 ENHT N3103 Applied Drawing and CADD 4 ENHT N3113 Highway Construction Materials 2 MATH N3140 Math III 4 Year 2 - Semester 4 Required : 27 ENGL N2155 English III 7 ENHT N3203 Traffic Engineering I 4 ENHT N3213 Geotechnical Technology 4 ENHT N3223 Highway Maintenance I 4 MATH N3240 Math IV 4 WORK N3200 Work Experience (4 weeks) 4 Year 3 - Semester 5 Required : 25 ENHT N3303 Project Planning and Quantity 4 ENHT N3313 Traffic Engineering II 4 ENHT N3323 Surveying 6 ENHT N3333 Highway Maintenance II 3 ENHT N3343 Pavement Technology 4 ENHT N3353 Highway Infrastructure Management 4 Year 3 - Semester 6 Required : 22 ENHT N3403 Highway Equipment 3 ENHT N3413 Fundamentals of GIS 4 ENHT N3423 Highway Technology 4 ENHT N3433 Highway Structures Maintenance 3 ENHT N3443 Highway Construction and Quality Control 4 ENHT N3453 Highway Project 4 Total Required 153 Minimum Duration Of Study, Full Time (Year/s) 3 Maximum Duration Of Study, Full Time (Year/s) 5 Program Code ENHTDP Cost Recovery Program Yes Major Code ENHT

4 96 H I G H E R C O L L E G E S O F T E C H N O L O G Y Diploma in Shipbuilding Technology Mission: The mission of the Shipbuilding Technology Diploma program is to produce graduates with electromechanical hands-on skills. These graduates will find employment with the program sponsor, The Abu Dhabi Ship Building Company. The mission of the program is to be achieved through a unique cooperative arrangement between college teachers and shipyard engineers who will jointly teach some of the courses at the work site. Program Entry Requirements: See Academic Framework on (p. 27). Minimum Admission Requirements: Year 1 - Semester 1 Required s: 6 Required : 21 ELME N1101 Basic Engineering Measurements 3 ELME N1105 Engineering Drawing - CAD 3 ENGL N1155 English I 8 MATH N1145 Engineering Calculations and Computer Applications 3 MECH N1101 Mechanical Workshop Practices 3 PPDV N1155 Personal and Professional Development I 1 Year 1 - Semester 2 Required s: 6 Required : 22 ELEC N1210 Electrical Workshop 3 ELME N1215 Welding and Metal Cutting 3 ELME N1220 Material Selection and Testing 3 ELME N2215 Pneumatics and Hydraulics 4 ENGL N1255 English II 8 PPDV N1255 Personal and Professional Development II 1 Program Regulations: This program is specifically designed to meet the training requirements of Abu Dhabi Ship Building, but graduates of the program will be able to take up employment with similar local industries of the U.A.E. All courses in Semester 4 are of 12 weeks duration with 4 weeks of Work Experience. Students assessed to be in need of remediation to complete the final English assessment have the option of registering for the non-credit course of ENGL N2255 Diploma English IV. Year 2 - Semester 3 Required s: 6 Required : 23 ELME N2125 Fabrication and Machining 4 ELME N2130 Occupational Health, Safety and Environment 3 ELME N2135 Shipbuilding Technology 4 ELME N2140 Production and Planning in Shipbuilding 4 ENGL N2155 English III 7 PPDV N2155 Personal and Professional Development III 1 Year 2 - Semester 4 Required s: 7 Required : 22 ELEC N2245 PLC Controls 3 ELME N2250 Integrated Project (Shipbuilding) 2 ELME N2255 Shipboard Maintenance 4 ELME N2260 Installation and Testing of Ship Machinery 4 ELME N2265 Installation and Testing of Ship Electrical Systems PPDV N2255 Personal and Professional Development IV 1 WORK N3200 Work Experience (4 weeks) 4 4 Total Required 88 Minimum Duration Of Study, Full Time (Year/s) 2 Maximum Duration Of Study, Full Time (Year/s) 4 Program Code SHBGDP Cost Recovery Program Yes Major Code SHBG 96

5 H I G H E R C O L L E G E S O F T E C H N O L O G Y 97 Diploma in Steel Plant Operation and Metallurgy Technology Mission: The mission of the Steel Plant Operation and Metallurgy Diploma program is to produce graduates with process operation skills relevant to the steel and similar industries. Graduates will be equipped with skills such as operating in the control room as well as operating heat exchangers, pumps, furnaces, and other steel plant equipment. The graduates will find employment with the program sponsor, the Emirates Steel Industries in Abu Dhabi. The mission of the program is to be achieved through a unique cooperative arrangement between college teachers and the steel industry technical personnel who will jointly teach some of the courses at the work site. Year 1 - Semester 1 Required s: 6 Required : 22 CHEM N2115 General Chemistry 4 CHEM N2130 Chemical Process Calculations 3 ELME N3245 Occupational Health, Safety and Environment for Steel Plant 3 ENGL N1155 English I 8 POPS N2240 Introduction to Steel Plant Process and Drawings 3 PPDV N1155 Personal and Professional Development I 1 Year 1 - Semester 2 Required s: 6 Required : 21 ENGL N1255 English II 8 MATH N2134 Technical Math: Chemical 3 POPS N2245 Electrical Fundamentals and Instrumentation 3 POPS N2250 Material Sciences 3 POPS N2255 Introduction to Material and Energy Balances 3 PPDV N1255 Personal and Professional Development II 1 Program Entry Requirements: See Academic Framework on (p. 27.) Program Regulations: This program is specifically designed to meet the training requirements of the Emirates Steel Industries, but graduates of the program will be able to take up employment with similar local industries of the U.A.E. All courses in Semester 4 are of 12 weeks duration with 4 weeks of Work Experience. Students assessed to be in need of remediation to complete the final English assessment have the option of registering for the non-credit course of ENGL N2255 Diploma English IV. Year 2 - Semester 3 Required s: 6 Required : 22 ENGL N2155 English III 7 POPS N2260 Introduction to Control and Simulation in Steel Plant POPS N2265 Introduction to Metallurgy of Iron and Steel 3 POPS N2270 Operation of Furnaces in Steel Plant 3 POPS N2275 Introduction to Fluid and Heat Transfer 4 PPDV N2155 Personal and Professional Development III 1 Year 2 - Semester 4 Required s: 7 Required : 21 POPS N2280 Graduation Project 2 POPS N2285 Heat Exchangers and Towers 4 POPS N2290 Introduction to Rolling of Steel 3 POPS N2295 POPS N2300 Electrical and Mechanical Auxiliary Equipment in the Steel Plant Quality Control and Assurance for Steel Plant PPDV N2255 Personal and Professional Development IV 1 WORK N3200 Work Experience (4 weeks) Total Required 86 Minimum Duration Of Study, Full Time (Year/s) 2 Maximum Duration Of Study, Full Time (Year/s) 4 Program Code SPOMDP Cost Recovery Program Yes Major Code SPOM

6 98 H I G H E R C O L L E G E S O F T E C H N O L O G Y Diploma in Steel Plant Maintenance Technology Mission: The mission of the Steel Plant Maintenance Technology Diploma program is to produce graduates with electromechanical hands-on skills relevant to the iron and steel and similar industries. Graduates will be equipped with skills such as welding, fabrication, and maintenance of mechanical and electrical industrial equipment. The graduates will find employment with the program sponsor, the Emirates Iron and Steel Industries in Abu Dhabi. Year 1 - Semester 1 Required s: 5 Required : 19 ELME N1101 Basic Engineering Measurements 3 ELME N1110 Mechanical Workshop Fundamentals 4 ELME N3245 Occupational Health, Safety and Environment for Steel Plant ENGL N1155 English I 8 PPDV N1155 Personal and Professional Development I 1 Year 1 - Semester 2 Required s: 6 Required : 24 ELEC N2106 Electrical Fundamentals 4 ELME N1105 Engineering Drawing - CAD 3 ENGL N1255 English II 8 MATH N2135 Computing and Mathematics 4 MEIM N3205 Fabrication and Welding Processes 4 PPDV N1255 Personal and Professional Development II 1 3 Program Entry Requirements: See Academic Framework on (p. 27.) Minimum Admission Requirements: Students assessed to be in need of remediation to complete the final English assessment have the option of registering for the non-credit course of ENGL N2255 Diploma English IV. Year 2 - Semester 3 Required s: 6 Required : 21 ELME N2145 Machining and Metal Cutting 3 ELME N2215 Pneumatics and Hydraulics 4 ELME N3250 Maintenance of Rotary Equipment in Steel Plant 3 ELME N3255 Maintenance of Electrical Equipment and Instruments in Steel Plant 3 ENGL N2155 English III 7 PPDV N2155 Personal and Professional Development III 1 Year 2 - Semester 4 Required s: 6 Required : 21 ELME N3240 Electromechanical Project 4 ELME N3260 ELME N3265 ELME N3270 Installation and Testing of Mechanical Machinery for Steel Plant Installation and Testing of Electrical Systems for Steel Plant Maintenance of Cranes and Auxiliary Equipment in Steel Plant PPDV N2255 Personal and Professional Development IV 1 WORK N3200 Work Experience (4 weeks) Total Required 85 Minimum Duration Of Study, Full Time (Year/s) 2 Maximum Duration Of Study, Full Time (Year/s) 4 Program Code STPMDP Cost Recovery Program Yes Major Code STPM 98

7 H I G H E R C O L L E G E S O F T E C H N O L O G Y 99 Higher Diploma in Aviation Engineering Technology (Airframe and Aeroengines) Mission The mission of the Aviation Engineering Technology (Airframe & Aeroengines) Higher Diploma program is to provide the regional aerospace industry with qualified aviation professionals trained to international standards. May 2008 as follows: A+ = 95% to 100%, A = 90% to 94%, A- = 85% to 89%, B+ = 80% to 84%, B = 75% to 79%, F = less than 75%. The maximum grade allowed for supplemental assessments is, accordingly, a grade B for Aviation Program courses. Program Entry Requirements See Academic Framework Minimum Admission Requirements (p. 27) Program Regulations Letter grades are determined in accordance with the requirements of the General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) Information Bulletin (IB) 20/2006 and to conform to the requirements of the HCT s Training Organization Certificate No. U.A.E. 12/2008 issued 13 Year 1 - Semester 1 Required s: 6 Required : 29 EARC N111 Aviation Higher Diploma Mathematics (EASA 4 Mod 1) EARC N122 Aviation Physics (EASA Mod 2) 4 EARC N166 Materials and Hardware (EASA Mod 6) 6 EARC N188 Basic Aerodynamics (EASA Mod 8) 3 ENGL N124 Basic Research and Report Writing 4 ENGL N125 English Communications I 8 Graduates of Aircraft Maintenance Diploma transfer students who have successfully completed the Aviation Higher Diploma Bridge program may enrol in ENGL N214 and ENGL N264 in the same semester. Students must meet the minimum academic requirement for program entry as set out in the Program Regulations. Year 1 - Semester 2 Required s: 4 Required : 30 EARC N133 Electrical Fundamentals (EASA Mod 3 B1.1 & B2) 9 EARC N177 Maintenance Practices (EASA Mod 7 A & B2) 9 ENGL N174 Basic Research and Report Writing II 4 ENGL N175 English Communications II 8 Year 2 - Semester 3 Required s: 7 Required : 24 EARC N210 Legislation (EASA Mod 10) 4 EARC N215 Gas Turbine Engine (EASA Mod 15) 4 EARC N217 Propellers (EASA Mod 17) 2 EARC N244 Electronic Fundamentals (EASA Mod 4) 4 EARC N255 Digital Techniques/ Electronic Instrument 4 Systems (EASA Mod 5) EARC N299 Human Factors (EASA Mod 9) 2 ENGL N214 English Communications III 4 Year 2 - Semester 4 Required s: 2 Required : 24 EARC N211 Turbine Aeroplane Aerodynamics, Structures 20 and Systems (EASA Mod 11A) ENGL N264 English Communications IV 4

8 100 H I G H E R C O L L E G E S O F T E C H N O L O G Y Year 3 - Semester 5 Required s: 4 Required : 25 EAIR N315 Advanced Gas Turbine Engines 8 EAIR N317 Advanced Propellers 6 EAIR N366 Advanced Materials and Hardware 8 ENGL N320 Technical Communications III 3 Year 3 - Semester 6 Required s: 2 Required : 23 EAIR N311 EAIR N377 Advanced Turbine Aeroplane Aerodynamics, Structures and Systems (EASA Mod 11 B1.1) Advanced Maintenance Practices - Mechanical (EASA Mod 7) Total Required 155 Program Length, Full Time (in years) 3 Maximum Duration Of Study, Full Time (Year/s) 5 Program Code AIRFHD Cost Recovery Program No Major Code AIRF

9 H I G H E R C O L L E G E S O F T E C H N O L O G Y 101 Higher Diploma in Aviation Engineering Technology (Avionics) Mission The mission of the Aviation Engineering Technology (Avionics) Higher Diploma program is to provide the regional aerospace industry with qualified aviation professionals trained to international standards. Program Entry Requirements See Academic Framework Minimum Admission Requirements (p. 27) Program Regulations Letter grades are determined in accordance with the requirements of the General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) and to conform to the requirements of the HCT s Training Organization Certificate No. UAE CAR Year 1 - Semester 1 Required s: 6 Required : 29 EARC N111 Aviation Higher Diploma Mathematics (EASA 4 Mod 1) EARC N122 Aviation Physics (EASA Mod 2) 4 EARC N166 Materials and Hardware (EASA Mod 6) 6 EARC N188 Basic Aerodynamics (EASA Mod 8) 3 ENGL N124 Basic Research and Report Writing 4 ENGL N125 English Communications I 8 147/02/2009 as follows: A = 90% to 100%, A- = 85% to 89%, B+ = 80% to 84%, B = 75% to 79%, F = less than 75%. The maximum grade allowed for supplemental assessments is, accordingly, a grade B for Aviation Program courses. Graduates of Aircraft Maintenance Diploma transfer students who have successfully completed the Aviation Higher Diploma Bridge program may enrol in ENGL N214 and ENGL N264 in the same semester. A student must meet the minimum academic requirement for program entry as set out in the Program Regulations. Year 1 - Semester 2 Required s: 4 Required : 30 EARC N133 Electrical Fundamentals (EASA Mod 3 B1.1&B2) 9 EARC N177 Maintenance Practices (EASA Mod 7 A & B2) 9 ENGL N174 Basic Research and Report Writing II 4 ENGL N175 English Communications II 8 Year 2 - Semester 3 Required s: 7 Required : 24 EARC N210 Aviation Legislation (EASA Mod 10) 4 EARC N215 Gas Turbine Engine (EASA Mod 15) 4 EARC N217 Propellers (EASA Mod 17) 2 EARC N244 Electronic Fundamentals (EASA Mod 4) 4 EARC N255 Digital Techniques/ Electronic Instrument 4 Systems (EASA Mod 5) EARC N299 Human Factors (EASA Mod 9) 2 ENGL N214 English Communications III 4 Year 2 - Semester 4 Required s: 2 Required : 24 EARC N211 Turbine Aeroplane Aerodynamics, Structures 20 and Systems (EASA Mod 11A) ENGL N264 English Communications IV 4

10 102 H I G H E R C O L L E G E S O F T E C H N O L O G Y Year 3 - Semester 5 Required s: 4 Required : 14 EAVO N313 Aircraft Aerodynamics, Structures and Systems (EASA Mod 13B2) (Continuing ) 41 EAVO N314 Propulsion 3 EAVO N344 Advanced Electronic Fundamentals (EASA Mod 4) 3 EAVO N355 Advanced Digital Techniques Electronic Instrument Systems (EASA Mod 5) 5 ENGL N320 Technical Communications III 3 Year 3 - Semester 6 Required s: 1 Required : 41 EAVO N313 Aircraft Aerodynamics, Structures and Systems (EASA Mod 13B2) (Continuing ) 41 Total Required 162 Program Length, Full Time (in years) 3 Maximum Duration Of Study, Full Time (Year/s) 5 Program Code AVIOHD Cost Recovery Program No Major Code AVIO 102

11 H I G H E R C O L L E G E S O F T E C H N O L O G Y 103 Bachelor of Applied Science in Chemical Engineering Technology Mission: The mission of the Bachelor of Applied Science in Chemical Engineering Technology program (which follows on from the Higher Diploma in Chemical Engineering Technology) is to prepare students for positions as engineers in the petroleum, power generation and related sectors. Expertise acquired in Higher Diploma studies is enriched and extended to include the applied design, development and implementation of plant manufacturing and processing systems, and the supervision of related technical activities and projects. Program Entry Requirements: Higher Diploma in Chemical Engineering Technology in addition to fulfilling the admission criteria for HCT Bachelor programs. Engineering Technology Bachelor Core Required s: 3 Required : 12 ETEC N435 Ethics and Professional Practice 4 ETEC N450 Project Management 4 and ETEC N410 International and UAE Economics 4 or ETEC N305 Organizational Behavior and Management 4 Chemical Engineering Technology Core Required s: 3 Required : 12 CHEM N420 Process Dynamics and Control 4 CHEM N425 Transport Phenomena 4 MATH N416 Analytical Geometry and Advanced Calculus 4 Program Regulations: All options courses must be selected from the same stream. s used to fulfill credit requirements at the Higher Diploma level cannot be used again to fulfill graduation requirements for this program. A student who has completed a course at the Higher Diploma level must complete an additional course of the same credit weighting to meet the total program credit requirement to graduate. Chemical Engineering Technology Options Required s: 6 Required : 24 Process Engineering Stream (Required s: 6 & : 24 ) CHEM N405 Process and Equipment Design 4 CHEM N407 Optimization and Application in Refinery and Petrochemical Planning 4 CHEM N409 Independent Work Based-Project 4 CHEM N415 Separation Processes 4 CHEM N431 Chemical Process HAZOP and Risk Analysis 4 CHEM N433 Petroleum Gas Processing 4 Total Required 48 Minimum Duration Of Study, Full Time (Year/s) 1 Maximum Duration Of Study, Full Time (Year/s) 3 Program Code CHEMBP Cost Recovery Program No Major Code CHEM

12 104 H I G H E R C O L L E G E S O F T E C H N O L O G Y Bachelor of Applied Science in Civil Engineering Technology Mission: The mission of the Bachelor of Applied Science in Civil Engineering Technology program (which follows on from the Higher Diploma in Civil Engineering Technology) is to prepare students for positions as engineers in engineering consultancy and contracting offices, the military, oil industry and local / federal government departments. Expertise acquired in Higher Diploma studies is enriched and extended to include project management methods, cost estimates and analysis, applied analysis and design and projects. Program Entry Requirements: Higher Diploma in Civil Engineering Technology in addition to fulfilling the admission criteria for HCT Bachelor programs. Program Regulations: In addition to Core and Major courses, students must successfully complete Engineering Technology Bachelor Core Required s: 3 Required : 12 ETEC N435 Ethics and Professional Practice 4 ETEC N450 Project Management 4 and ETEC N410 International and UAE Economics 4 or ETEC N305 Organizational Behavior and Management 4 option courses, with at least one 400-level option course from each stream (Construction, Highway, Municipal Services, or Structural). The remaining four options may be from any stream including Project (CIVL449). s used to fulfill credit requirements at the Higher Diploma level cannot be used again to fulfill graduation requirements for this program. A student who has completed a course at the Higher Diploma level must complete an additional course of the same credit weighting to meet the total program credit requirement to graduate. Civil Engineering Technology Core Required s: 1 Required : 4 MATH N416 Analytical Geometry and Advanced Calculus 4 Civil Engineering Technology Options Required s: 8 Required : 32 Structural Options Level CIVL N308 Engineering Mechanics II 4 CIVL N313 Reinforced Concrete Design and Detailing I 4 CIVL N323 Structural Masonry Design 4 CIVL N326 Structural Steel Design and Detailing I 4 CIVL N362 Structural Analysis II 4 Structural Options Level (Required s: 1 & : 4 ) CIVL N401 Prestressed Concrete Design 4 CIVL N403 Structural Timber Design 4 CIVL N413 Reinforced Concrete Design and Detailing II 4 CIVL N426 Structural Steel Design and Detailing II 4 Highways Options (Required s: 1 & : 4 ) CIVL N407 Traffic Engineering 4 CIVL N412 Transportation Planning 4 CIVL N422 Road Design and Construction 4 Construct. Options Level CIVL N314 Quantity Surveying and Estimating 4 CIVL N327 Civil Engineering Construction 4 CIVL N328 Highway Maintenance 4 CIVL N329 Highway Engineering 4 CIVL N331 Highway Construction and Quality Control 4 CIVL N332 Pavement Engineering 4 CIVL N333 Project Planning for Construction 4 CIVL N334 Health and Safety Management 4 CIVL N335 Construction Equipment 4 Construct. Options Level (Required s: 1 & : 4) CIVL N427 Construction Contract Management 4 CIVL N432 Construction Surveying 4 CIVL N437 Engineering Economics 4 Municipal Options Level CIVL N319 Wastewater Engineering 4 CIVL N324 Water Resources and Supply Engineering 4 104

13 H I G H E R C O L L E G E S O F T E C H N O L O G Y 105 Municipal Options Level (Required s: 1 & : 4) CIVL N411 Water Resources Modeling 4 CIVL N443 Hydrology 4 CIVL N445 Waste Management 4 CIVL N451 Coastal Engineering 4 CIVL N455 Environmental Engineering 4 Project Elective CIVL N449 Project: Civil Engineering Technology 4 Total Required 48 Minimum Duration Of Study, Full Time (Year/s) 1 Maximum Duration Of Study, Full Time (Year/s) 3 Program Code CIVLBP Cost Recovery Program No Major Code CIVL

14 106 H I G H E R C O L L E G E S O F T E C H N O L O G Y Bachelor of Applied Science in Electrical Engineering Technology Mission: The mission of the Bachelor of Applied Science in Electrical Engineering Technology program (which follows on from the Higher Diploma in Electrical Engineering Technology) is to prepare students for positions as engineers in power, process control and instrumentation sectors. Expertise acquired in Higher Diploma studies is enriched and extended to include the applied design, development and implementation of electrical systems, and the supervision of related technical activities and projects. Program Entry Requirements: Higher Diploma in Electrical Engineering Technology in addition to fulfilling the admission criteria for HCT Bachelor programs. Engineering Technology Bachelor Core Required s: 3 Required : 12 ETEC N435 Ethics and Professional Practice 4 ETEC N450 Project Management 4 and ETEC N410 International and UAE Economics 4 or ETEC N305 Organizational Behavior and Management 4 Electrical Engineering Technology Options Required s: 9 Required : Level courses (Required s: 3 & : 12 ) ELEC N402 Advanced Electrical Control Systems 4 ELEC N406 Advanced Power Electronics and Drives 4 ELEC N408 Advanced Utility Generation Systems 4 ELEC N441 Power Systems Analysis 4 ELEC N442 Transmission and Distribution 4 ELEC N443 Alternative Energy Systems 4 ELEC N444 Electrical Machines II 4 ELEC N445 Maintenance and Safety Practices 4 ELEC N449 Independent Work-Based Project 4 EMGT N416 Reflective Practice and Research Methods 4 MATH N416 Analytical Geometry and Advanced Calculus Level courses ELEC N317 Utility Power Systems I 4 ELEC N319 Utility Power Systems II 4 ELEC N332 Lighting System Analysis and Design 4 ELEC N336 Electrical Machines I 4 ELEC N337 Engineering Programming I 4 MTRX N312 Instrumentation and Control II 4 Program Regulations: In addition to Core and Major courses, students must successfully complete option courses, with at least three 400-level options. The remaining six options may be 300-level or 400-level. s used to fulfill credit requirements at the Higher Diploma level cannot be used again to fulfill graduation requirements for this program. A student who has completed a course at the Higher Diploma level must complete an additional course of the same credit weighting to meet the total program credit requirement to graduate. Total Required 48 Minimum Duration Of Study, Full Time (Year/s) 1 Maximum Duration Of Study, Full Time (Year/s) 3 Program Code ELCLBP Cost Recovery Program No Major Code ELCL 106

15 H I G H E R C O L L E G E S O F T E C H N O L O G Y 107 Bachelor of Applied Science in Electronics Engineering Technology Mission: The mission of the Bachelor of Applied Science in Electronic Engineering Technology program (which follows on from the Higher Diploma in Electronic Engineering Technology) is to prepare students for positions as engineers in the communications, process control and instrumentation sectors. Expertise acquired in Higher Diploma studies is enriched and extended to include the applied design, development and implementation of electronic systems, and the supervision of related technical activities and projects. Program Entry Requirements: Higher Diploma in Electronics Engineering Technology in addition to fulfilling the admission criteria for HCT Bachelor programs. Engineering Technology Bachelor Core Required s: 3 Required : 12 ETEC N435 Ethics and Professional Practice 4 ETEC N450 Project Management 4 and ETEC N410 International and UAE Economics 4 or ETEC N305 Organizational Behavior and Management 4 Program Regulations: In addition to Core courses, students must successfully complete option courses, with at least three 400-level options. The remaining six options may be 300-level or 400-level. s used to fulfill credit requirements at the Higher Diploma level cannot be used again to fulfill graduation requirements for this program. A student who has completed a course at the Higher Diploma level must complete an additional course of the same credit weighting to meet the total program credit requirement to graduate. Electronics Engineering Technology Options Required s: 9 Required : Level s (Required s: 3 & : 12 ) ELEC N404 Advanced Instrumentation and Control Applications 300 Level s ELEC N316 Engineering Programming II 4 ELEC N321 Digital Signal Processing I 4 ELEC N322 Telecommunications I 4 ELEC N323 Optical Communications I 4 ELEC N324 Electrical Machine Control I 4 ELEC N327 Remote Sensing I 4 ELEC N329 Data Transmission and Telemetry Systems 4 ELEC N331 Electronic Systems 4 ELEC N333 Power Electronics and Drives 4 ELEC N338 Data Communications I 4 ELEC N339 Engineering Programming II 4 ELEC N372 Telecommunications II 4 ELEC N388 Data Communications II 4 MECH N313 Non-destructive Testing 4 MECH N327 Pneumatic and Hydraulic Control Systems 4 MTRX N302 Industrial Plant Maintenance, Management and Planning MTRX N308 SCADA 4 MTRX N312 Instrumentation and Control II 4 MTRX N314 Programmable Logic Controllers II 4 MTRX N322 Engineering Design 4 SWET N313 Computer Operating Environments 4 SWET N319 Introduction to Networks 4 4 ELEC N410 Computer Graphics and Multimedia Applications ELEC N414 Digital Video and Audio 4 ELEC N415 Electromagnetic Compatibility 4 ELEC N416 Embedded Systems Design 4 ELEC N418 IC Design 4 ELEC N420 Intelligent Systems 4 ELEC N421 Digital Signal Processing I 4 ELEC N423 Optical Communications II 4 ELEC N424 Electrical Machine Control II 4 ELEC N425 Mobile Communications 4 ELEC N427 Remote Sensing II 4 ELEC N428 Radio Communications and Radar Systems 4 ELEC N429 Satellite and Broadcast Networks 4 ELEC N430 Power Electronics and Drives 4 ELEC N431 Power Systems Control 4 ELEC N432 Power Systems Engineering 4 ELEC N449 Independent Work-Based Project 4 EMGT N402 Marketing 4 EMGT N416 Reflective Practice and Research Methods 4 MATH N416 Analytical Geometry and Advanced Calculus Total Required 48 Minimum Duration Of Study, Full Time (Year/s) 1 Maximum Duration Of Study, Full Time (Year/s) 3 Program Code ELECBP Cost Recovery Program No Major Code ELEC

16 108 H I G H E R C O L L E G E S O F T E C H N O L O G Y Bachelor of Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology Mission: The mission of the Bachelor of Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology program (which follows on from the Higher Diploma in Mechanical Engineering Technology) is to prepare the students for positions as engineers in the industrial maintenance, manufacturing, fabrication, plant and processing sectors. Expertise acquired in Higher Diploma studies is enriched and extended to include the applied design, development and implementation of mechanical systems, and the supervision of related technical activities and projects Program Entry Requirements: Higher Diploma in Mechanical Engineering Technology, in addition to fulfilling the admission criteria for HCT Bachelor programs. Engineering Technology Bachelor Core Required s: 3 Required : 12 ETEC N435 Ethics and Professional Practice 4 ETEC N450 Project Management 4 and ETEC N410 International and UAE Economics 4 or ETEC N305 Organizational Behavior and Management 4 Mechanical Engineering Technology Core Required s: 5 Required : 20 MATH N416 Analytical Geometry and Advanced Calculus 4 MECH N420 Vibrations in Mechanical Systems 4 MECH N425 Applied Thermodynamics 4 MECH N430 Health, Safety & Environment 4 MECH N449 Independent Work-based Project 4 Program Regulations: In addition to Core and Major courses, students must successfully complete Option courses from the same stream. s used to fulfill credit requirements at the Higher Diploma level cannot be used again to fulfill graduation requirements for this program. A student who has completed a core course at the Higher Diploma level must complete an additional option to meet the total program credit requirement to graduate. Mechanical Engineering Technology Options Required s: 3 Required : 12 General Stream (Required s: 4 & : 16 ) MECH N435 Heat Transfer 4 MECH N440 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Systems 4 MECH N445 Power and Desalination 4 MECH N450 Mechanical Engineering Design 4 Design Stream (Required s: 3 & : 12 ) MECH N450 Mechanical Engineering Design 4 MECH N460 Piping, Pipelines and Welding 4 MECH N465 Industrial Equipment and Machinery 4 Total Required 44 Minimum Duration Of Study, Full Time (Year/s) 1 Maximum Duration Of Study, Full Time (Year/s) 3 Program Code MECHBP Cost Recovery Program No Major Code MECH 108

17 H I G H E R C O L L E G E S O F T E C H N O L O G Y 109 Bachelor of Applied Science in Mechatronics Engineering Technology Mission: The mission of the Bachelor of Applied Science in Mechatronics Engineering Technology program (which follows on from the Higher Diploma in Mechatronics Engineering Technology) is to prepare students for positions as engineers in the industrial maintenance, manufacturing and plant sectors. Expertise acquired in Higher Diploma studies is enriched and extended to include the applied design, development and implementation of computer-based intelligence to mechatronic and electromechanical systems, and the supervision of related technical activities and projects. Program Entry Requirements: Higher Diploma in Mechatronics Engineering Technology, in addition to fulfilling the admission criteria for HCT Bachelor programs. Engineering Technology Bachelor Core Required s: 3 Required : 12 ETEC N435 Ethics and Professional Practice 4 ETEC N450 Project Management 4 and ETEC N410 International and UAE Economics 4 or ETEC N305 Organizational Behavior and Management 4 Program Regulations: In addition to Core and Major courses, students must successfully complete option courses, with at least three 400-level options. The remaining six options may be 300-level or 400-level. s used to fulfill credit requirements at the Higher Diploma level cannot be used again to fulfill graduation requirements for this program. A student who has completed a course at the Higher Diploma level must complete an additional course of the same credit weighting to meet the total program credit requirement to graduate. Mechatronics Engineering Technology Options Required s: 9 Required : Level courses (Required s: 3 & : 12 ) EMGT N416 Reflective Practice and Research Methods 4 EMGT N435 Total Quality Management 4 MTRX N405 Advanced Control Systems 4 MTRX N410 Embedded Microcontrol and Microprocessor 4 MTRX N415 Interfacing 4 MTRX N417 Robotics and Automation 4 MTRX N420 Systems Design 4 MTRX N449 Independent Work-based Project Level courses ELEC N302 Embedded Microprocessor and Real-time Systems 4 ELEC N334 Power Electronics Design 4 MECH N307 Materials and Corrosion 4 MECH N314 Rotating Equipment 4 MECH N316 Process Control: Mechanical 4 MECH N319 Mechanics of Machines 4 MECH N322 Advanced Dynamics and Kinematics of Machines 4 MECH N324 Heat Transfer and Fluid Mechanics 4 MECH N326 Fabrication and Welding 4 MECH N331 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning 4 MECH N332 Thermal Systems 4 MECH N361 Industrial Plant Services II: HVAC Systems 4 MTRX N302 Industrial Plant Maintenance, Management and Planning 4 MTRX N304 Maintenance of Mechanical Systems 4 MTRX N308 SCADA 4 MTRX N309 Computer Aided Manufacture 4

18 110 H I G H E R C O L L E G E S O F T E C H N O L O G Y MTRX N311 Industrial Plant Services I: Steam/Gas Turbines, Refrigeration and Pumps MTRX N312 Instrumentation and Control II 4 MTRX N313 Design for Manufacture 4 MTRX N321 Quality Assurance 4 MTRX N324 Computer Numerical Control 4 MTRX N326 Measurement Systems 4 SWET N311 Software Engineering 4 SWET N355 Engineering Software 4 4 Total Required 48 Minimum Duration Of Study, Full Time (Year/s) 1 Maximum Duration Of Study, Full Time (Year/s) 3 Program Code MTRXBP Cost Recovery Program No Major Code MTRX 110

19 H I G H E R C O L L E G E S O F T E C H N O L O G Y 111 HD / BAS in Electrical Engineering Technology Program Mission: The mission of the HD/BAS in Electrical Engineering Technology program is to prepare students for positions as engineers in the communications, process control and instrumentation sectors. Expertise acquired includes the applied design, development and implementation of electrical systems, and the supervision of related technical activities and projects. The HD/BAS in Electrical Engineering Technology will satisfy the mission and goals of the HCT by providing an innovative professional program of the highest quality to UAE nationals. Electrical Engineering Technology Curriculum Requirements Program Entry Requirements: See Academic Framework Minimum Admission Requirements (p. 27) HD Exit Pathway: A student can elect or may be directed to complete the HD Exit pathway at the commencement of Semester 6 of the program. An HD Exit graduate may complete the final year of the BAS program. Required : 112 EGEN N100 Engineering Graphics 4 EELX N205 Analog Electronic Devices 4 EGEN N101 Engineering Mathematics I 4 EELX N301 Analog Circuits 4 EGEN N102 Engineering Measurements and Workshop 4 EELX N302 Instrumentation and Control I 4 EGEN N201 Engineering Mathematics II 4 EELX N401 Engineering Design 4 EGEN N202 Engineering Mathematics III 4 EELX N404 Control Systems 4 EGEN N301 Engineering Mathematics IV 4 EELT N200 Energy Production and Transmission 4 EGEN N302 Health, Safety and Environment 4 EELT N301 Electrical Testing and Maintenance 4 EGEN N400 Engineering Economics 4 EELT N302 System Protection and Coordination 4 EGEN N401 Project Management 4 EGEN N104 College Physics II 3 EELX N100 Electric Circuits I 4 EELT N304 Electric Machines 4 EELX N200 Electric Circuits II 4 EELT N305 Electrical Power Distribution 4 EELX N201 Digital Electronics 4 EELT N400 Project (CC): Electrical Engineering 4 EELX N202 Engineering Programming 4 EELT N400 Project (CC): Electrical Engineering 4 EELX N204 Principles of Machines and Power 4 EELT N404 Power Systems Analysis 4 Electrical Engineering Technology Electives Required : 16 EELT N402 Program Elective 4 EELT N407 Program Elective 4 EELT N403 Program Elective 4 EELT N408 Program Elective 4 EELT N405 Program Elective 4 EELT N409 Program Elective 4 EELT N406 Program Elective 4 EELT N410 Program Elective 4

20 112 H I G H E R C O L L E G E S O F T E C H N O L O G Y HCT Requirements English Required : 24 ENGL N125 English Communications I 8 ENGL N175 English Communications II 8 ENGL N214 English Communications III 4 ENGL N264 English Communications IV 4 Liberal Studies Required : 32 Mathematics 4 Written and Oral Communication 12 Natural Sciences 4 Social Sciences 4 Humanities 4 Fine Arts 4 Work Experience Required : 8 WORK N301 Work Placement 8 OR HD Exit Pathway EELT N300 Project 4 WORK N302 Work Placement 4 Total Required 192 Minimum Duration Of Study, Full Time (Year/s) 4 Maximum Duration Of Study, Full Time (Year/s) 6 Program Code ELCLBHB Cost Recovery Program No Major Code ELCL 112

21 H I G H E R C O L L E G E S O F T E C H N O L O G Y 113 HD/BAS in Electronic Engineering Technology Program Mission: The mission of the HD/BAS in Electronic Engineering Technology program is to prepare students for positions as engineers in the communications, process control and instrumentation sectors. Expertise acquired includes the applied design, development and implementation of electronic systems, and the supervision of related technical activities and projects. The HD/BAS in Electronic Engineering Technology will satisfy the mission and goals of the HCT by providing an innovative professional program of the highest quality to UAE nationals. Electronic Engineering Technology Curriculum Requirements Program Entry Requirements: See Academic Framework Minimum Admission Requirements (p. 27) HD Exit Pathway: A student can elect or may be directed to complete the HD Exit pathway at the commencement of Semester 6 of the program. An HD Exit graduate may complete the final year of the BAS program. Required : 112 EGEN N100 Engineering Graphics 4 EELX N204 Principles of Machines and Power 4 EGEN N101 Engineering Mathematics I 4 EELX N205 Analog Electronic Devices 4 EGEN N102 Engineering Measurements & Workshop 4 EELX N301 Analog Circuits 4 EGEN N201 Engineering Mathematics II 4 EELX N302 Instrumentation and Control I 4 EGEN N202 Engineering Mathematics III 4 EELX N303 College Physics II 4 EGEN N301 Engineering Mathematics IV 4 EELX N304 Telecommunications I 4 EGEN N302 Health, Safety and Environment 4 EELX N305 Data Transmission and Networks 4 EGEN N400 Engineering Economics 4 EELX N306 Instrumentation and Control II 4 EGEN N401 Project Management 4 EELX N307 Telecommunications II 4 EELX N100 Electric Circuits I 4 EELX N400 Project: Electronics Engineering 8 4 EELX N200 Electric Circuits II 4 EELX N401 Engineering Design 4 EELX N201 Digital Electronics 4 EELX N404 Control Systems 4 EELX N202 Engineering Programming 4 EELX N405 Power Electronics and Drives 4 EELX N203 Microprocessor Systems 4 Electronic Engineering Technology Electives Required : 16 EELX N402 Program Elective 4 EELX N407 Program Elective 4 EELX N403 Program Elective 4 EELX N408 Program Elective 4 EELX N405 Program Elective 4 EELX N409 Program Elective 4 EELX N406 Program Elective 4 EELX N410 Program Elective 4

22 114 H I G H E R C O L L E G E S O F T E C H N O L O G Y HCT Requirements English Required : 24 ENGL N125 English Communications I 8 ENGL N175 English Communications II 8 ENGL N214 English Communications III 4 ENGL N264 English Communications IV 4 Liberal Studies Required : 32 Mathematics 4 Written and Oral Communication 12 Natural Sciences 4 Social Sciences 4 Humanities 4 Fine Arts 4 Work Experience Required : 8 WORK N301 Work Placement 8 OR HD Exit Pathway EELX N300 Project 4 WORK N302 Work Placement 4 Total Required 192 Minimum Duration Of Study, Full Time (Year/s) 4 Maximum Duration Of Study, Full Time (Year/s) 6 Program Code ELECBHB Cost Recovery Program No Major Code ELEC 114

23 H I G H E R C O L L E G E S O F T E C H N O L O G Y 115 HD/BAS in Mechanical Engineering Technology Program Mission: The mission of the HD/BAS in Mechanical Engineering Technology program is to prepare students for positions as engineers in the industrial maintenance, manufacturing, fabrication, plant and processing sectors. Expertise acquired includes the applied design, development and implementation of mechanical systems, and the supervision of related technical activities and projects. The HD/BAS in Mechanical Engineering Technology will satisfy the mission and goals of the HCT by providing an innovative professional program of the highest quality to UAE nationals. Mechanical Engineering Curriculum Requirements Program Entry Requirements: See Academic Framework Minimum Admission Requirements (p. 27) HD Exit Pathway: A student can elect or may be directed to complete the HD Exit pathway at the commencement of Semester 6 of the program. An HD Exit graduate may, complete the final year of the BAS program. Required : 112 EGEN N100 Engineering Graphics 4 EMCH N202 Statics and Dynamics 4 EGEN N101 Engineering Mathematics I 4 EMCH N203 Manufacturing Technology 4 EGEN N102 Engineering Measurements & Workshop 4 EMCH N204 Mechanics of Materials 4 EGEN N201 Engineering Mathematics II 4 EMCH N205 Fluid Mechanics 4 EGEN N202 Engineering Mathematics III 4 EMCH N301 Fabrication and Welding 4 EGEN N301 Engineering Mathematics IV 4 EMCH N302 Thermodynamics I 4 EGEN N302 Health, Safety and Environment 4 EMCH N303 Heat Transfer 4 EGEN N400 Engineering Economics 4 EMCH N304 Rotating Equipment 4 EGEN N401 Project Management 4 EMCH N305 Thermodynamics II 4 EGEN N104 College Physics II 4 EMCH N306 Process Control: Mechanical 4 EELX N207 Electrical Engineering 4 EMCH N307 Fluid Power 4 EELX N401 Engineering Design 4 EMCH N400 Project (CC): Mechanical Engineering 8 EMCH N200 Computer Aided Drafting 4 EMCH N404 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning System 4 EMCH N201 Material Selection and Testing 4 Mechanical Engineering Electives Required : 116 EMCH N402 Program Elective 4 EMCH N407 Program Elective 4 EMCH N403 Program Elective 4 EMCH N408 Program Elective 4 EMCH N405 Program Elective 4 EMCH N409 Program Elective 4 EMCH N406 Program Elective 4 EMCH N410 Program Elective 4

24 116 H I G H E R C O L L E G E S O F T E C H N O L O G Y HCT Requirements English Required : 24 ENGL N125 English Communications I 8 ENGL N175 English Communications II 8 ENGL N214 English Communications III 4 ENGL N264 English Communications IV 4 Liberal Studies Required : 32 Mathematics 4 Written and Oral Communication 12 Natural Sciences 4 Social Sciences 4 Humanities 4 Fine Arts 4 Work Experience Required : 8 WORK N301 Work Placement 8 OR HD Exit Pathway EMCH N300 Project 4 WORK N302 Work Placement 4 Total Required 192 Minimum Duration Of Study, Full Time (Year/s) 4 Maximum Duration Of Study, Full Time (Year/s) 6 Program Code MECHBHB Cost Recovery Program No Major Code MECH 116

25 H I G H E R C O L L E G E S O F T E C H N O L O G Y 117 HD/BAS in Chemical Engineering Technology Program Mission: The mission of the HD/BAS in Chemical Engineering Technology program is to prepare students for positions as engineers in the petroleum, power generation and related sectors. Expertise acquired includes the applied design, development and implementation of plant manufacturing and processing systems, and the supervision of related technical activities and projects. The HD/BAS in Chemical Engineering Technology will satisfy the mission and goals of the HCT by providing an innovative professional program of the highest quality to UAE nationals. Chemical Engineering Curriculum Requirements Program Entry Requirements: See Academic Framework Minimum Admission Requirements (p. 27) HD Exit Pathway: A student can elect or may be directed to complete the HD Exit pathway at the commencement of Semester 6 of the program. An HD Exit graduate may complete the final year of the BAS program. Required : 112 EGEN N100 Engineering Graphics 4 ECHM N204 Analytical Chemistry 4 EGEN N101 Engineering Mathematics I 4 ECHM N205 Organic Chemistry 4 EGEN N201 Engineering Mathematics II 4 ECHM N206 Thermodynamics 4 EGEN N202 Engineering Mathematics III 4 ECHM N301 Materials and Corrosion 4 EGEN N301 Engineering Mathematics IV 4 ECHM N302 Heat Transfer 4 EGEN N302 Health, Safety and Environment 4 ECHM N303 Electrical Fundamentals and Instrumentation 4 EGEN N400 Engineering Economics 4 ECHM N304 Process Control Systems 4 EGEN N401 Project Management 4 ECHM N305 Unit Operation I 4 ECHM N100 Chemistry 4 ECHM N306 Reaction Kinetics 4 ECHM N101 Chem. Engineering Principles I 4 ECHM N307 Mass Transfer 4 ECHM N200 Physical Chemistry 4 ECHM N400 Project: Chemical Engineering 8 ECHM N201 Chem. Engineering Principles II 4 ECHM N401 Chemical Engineering Design 4 ECHM N202 Industrial Processes 4 ECHM N405 Transport Phenomena 4 ECHM N203 Fluid Mechanics 4 Chemical Engineering Electives Required : 16 ECHM N403 Program Elective 4 ECHM N408 Program Elective 4 ECHM N404 Program Elective 4 ECHM N409 Program Elective 4 ECHM N406 Program Elective 4 ECHM N410 Program Elective 4 ECHM N407 Program Elective 4 ECHM N411 Program Elective 4

26 118 H I G H E R C O L L E G E S O F T E C H N O L O G Y HCT Requirements English Required : 24 ENGL N125 English Communications I 8 ENGL N175 English Communications II 8 ENGL N214 English Communications III 4 ENGL N264 English Communications IV 4 Liberal Studies Required : 32 Mathematics 4 Written and Oral Communication 12 Natural Sciences 4 Social Sciences 4 Humanities 4 Fine Arts 4 Work Experience Required : 8 WORK N301 Work Placement 8 OR HD Exit Pathway ECHM N300 Project 4 WORK N302 Work Placement 4 Total Required 192 Minimum Duration Of Study, Full Time (Year/s) 4 Maximum Duration Of Study, Full Time (Year/s) 6 Program Code CHEMBHB Cost Recovery Program No Major Code CHEM 118

27 H I G H E R C O L L E G E S O F T E C H N O L O G Y 119 HD/BAS in Civil Engineering Technology Program Mission: The mission of the HD/BAS in Civil Engineering Technology program is to prepare students for positions as engineers in engineering consultancy and contracting offices, the military, oil industry and local/federal government departments. Expertise acquired includes the applied analysis, design and construction of civil systems, and the supervision of related technical activities and projects. The HD/BAS in Civil Engineering Technology will satisfy the mission and goals of the HCT by providing an innovative professional program of the highest quality to UAE nationals. Civil Engineering Curriculum Requirements Program Entry Requirements: See Academic Framework Minimum Admission Requirements (p. 27) HD Exit Pathway: A student can elect or may be directed to complete the HD Exit pathway at the commencement of Semester 6 of the program. An HD Exit graduate may complete the final year of the BAS program. Required : 112 EGEN N100 Engineering Graphics 4 ECVL N205 Site surveying 4 EGEN N101 Engineering Mathematics I 4 ECVL N207 Chemistry for Civil Engineering 4 EGEN N201 Engineering Mathematics II 4 ECVL N301 Waste Water Engineering 4 EGEN N202 Engineering Mathematics III 4 ECVL N302 Quantity Surveying and Estimating 4 EGEN N301 Engineering Mathematics IV 4 ECVL N303 Structural Analysis I 4 EGEN N400 Engineering Economics 4 ECVL N305 Water Resources and Supply Engineering 4 EGEN N401 Project Management 4 ECVL N306 Structural Design I 4 ECVL N100 Applied Drafting and CAD: Civil 4 ECVL N307 Civil Engineering Construction 4 ECVL N101 Construction Materials 4 ECVL N308 Highway Engineering 4 ECVL N200 Soil Mechanics 4 ECVL N400 Project: Civil Engineering 4 ECVL N201 Engineering Mechanics I 4 ECVL N401 Road Design and Construction 4 ECVL N202 Mechanics of Fluids and Hydraulics 4 ECVL N402 Structural Design II 4 ECVL N203 Strength of Materials 4 ECVL N405 Environmental Engineering 4 ECVL N204 Foundation Engineering 4 Civil Engineering Technology Electives Required : 16 ECVL N403 Program Elective 4 ECVL N408 Program Elective 4 ECVL N404 Program Elective 4 ECVL N409 Program Elective 4 ECVL N406 Program Elective 4 ECVL N410 Program Elective 4 ECVL N407 Program Elective 4 ECVL N411 Program Elective 4

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