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1 Graduate Programs Nurturing tomorrow s leaders.. Growing the knowledge economy kustar_graduate brochure_ indd 1

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3 ABOUT KHALIFA UNIVERSITY Khalifa University of Science, Technology and Research was inaugurated on 13 February 2007 by the President of the UAE: His Highness Sheik Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan. The Board of Trustees which is chaired by His Highness General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces was announced on 26 February Khalifa University is an Abu Dhabi Government initiative and is owned solely by the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. The University opened its new campus in Abu Dhabi in September 2008 to add to the campus in Sharjah (formerly Etisalat University College). The Sharjah branch campus has a very proud history that stretches back to 1989 and on 11 February 2008 was merged with Khalifa University. Khalifa University is licensed by the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research (MOHESR) in the UAE. Licensure ensures that an institute meets the criteria of quality performance generally accepted by the international higher education community. GRADUATE PROGRAMS AT KHALIFA UNIVERSITY Khalifa University offers the following graduate programs: MA in International and Civil Security MSc in Information Security MSc in Nuclear Engineering MSc by Research in Engineering PhD in Engineering All programs offered by Khalifa University have received initial/final accreditation by the UAE Ministry of Higher Education. Accreditation attests to the overall quality of the individual degree programs. kustar_graduate brochure_ indd 3

4 WHY A GRADUATE DEGREE? With the rapid expansion of the knowledge-based economy and infrastructure in the UAE and around the world, there is an ever-increasing need for individuals with advanced specialized knowledge and skills. The Graduate degree programs at Khalifa University are designed to respond to these needs in a focused way. Graduate degrees at Khalifa University are awarded for advanced study and independent investigation of specialized areas. Graduate students have the opportunity to engage in leading-edge research. They are supervised by experienced researchers and are expected to demonstrate initiative in their approach and innovation in their work. PROGRAMS FEATURES AND FACILITIES Delivered by world-class experienced faculty Guided and monitored by advisory panels that comprise internationally recognized senior academics and industrialists. Most projects and thesis work are carried out in partnership with industry and other world-class overseas universities. An extensive library of books, periodicals, and audio-visual aids. On-line access to indexing databases and document-delivery services. Dedicated research labs equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and equipment. FULL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Candidates for the Masters programs must have a Bachelor degree with a minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) score of 3.0 out of 4.0 or equivalent (e.g. an upper second-class honors degree) in the relevant discipline as specified by the applicable program. kustar_graduate brochure_ indd 4

5 Candidates for the doctorate programs must have a Master degree with a minimum CGPA score of 3.0 out of 4.0 or equivalent (e.g.. a minimum average of 60% in a UK-style Master by taught courses or a Pass in a Master by Research / M.Phil.) in the relevant discipline as specified by the applicable program. Candidates with degrees in other pertinent specializations (not explicitly specified by the applicable program) may also be considered. In such cases, candidates will be asked to submit course descriptions along with their transcripts. Candidates must have achieved a minimum level of proficiency in English in the form of a TOEFL score of 79 ibt or an equivalent test score approved by the University (e.g., a minimum Academic IELTS score of 6.0 out of 9). All candidates must submit an official GRE (Graduate Record Examination) score. The GRE General Test is required.. The following exceptions may apply: A native speaker of English who has completed his/her undergraduate/graduate education in an English medium institution in a country where English is the official language. A candidate admitted to and graduated from an English medium institution that can provide evidence of acquiring a minimum TOEFL score of 61 ibt or its equivalent (e.g., a minimum Academic IELTS score of 5.0 out of 9) upon admission to the undergraduate program; or a minimum TOEFL score of 70 ibt or its equivalent (e.g. a minimum Academic IELTS score of 5.5) upon admission to the prior graduate program. In addition to satisfying all the above, candidates must undergo an interview to determine the suitability of the student for undertaking the program of work. Candidates wishing to enroll on a part-time basis must satisfy the University authorities that their employer will provide the time for the student to attend the University. CONDITIONAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Applicants with no or insufficient prior background to meet the prerequisites of a given program may be admitted to the program but will be assigned undergraduate/graduate courses and/or specially tailored remedial courses as specified by the relevant program. Credits from these prerequisite bridging courses do not count toward fulfillment of degree requirements and are not used to calculate the graduate CGPA. Applicants with lower qualifications (a minimum CGPA score of 2.5 out of 4.0, or its equivalent, e.g. a minimum lower second-class honors bachelor degree for admission to master, or a minimum average of 50% in a UK-style Master by taught courses for admission to PhD) and/or lower English language proficiency (a minimum TOEFL score of 70 ibt, or a minimum IELTS score of 5.5, or their equivalent) may be admitted to the program in special circumstances. Such applicants will be given conditional admittance and they must produce by the end of the first semester of registration satisfactory evidence that they have the ability to complete the program successfully. Each academic program has specific conditions that must be satisfied for the student to remain in the program. If the student fails to satisfy the conditions, then his/her registration will be terminated. ADMISSION POLICY In all cases, admission will be on a competitive basis. The selection of candidates will be made on the basis of their application form, supporting documents, and their performance in the interview. Selection will take into account factors such as the candidates graduation average or CGPA score, their qualifications and previous experience, their CV, their reference forms, and their potential to succeed. kustar_graduate brochure_ indd 5

6 MODES OF STUDY Students will be admitted on both full-time and part-time basis. During the taught courses part of a program, full-time study involves registration on 3 4 courses (9 12 credit-hours) per semester, whereas part-time study involves registration on 2 courses (6 credit-hours) per semester. Registration during the Summer term is limited to a maximum of 2 courses (6 credit-hours). Enrollment in credit loads below/above these standard limits requires advance written approval of the relevant Program Chair and the Vice Provost for Graduate Studies and Research. During the project/research part of a program, full-time study involves approximately 40 hours of effort per week, whereas part-time study involves approximately 24 hours of effort per week. During the project/research part of a program, part-time students are required to attend the University for at least two hours per week to meet with their supervisor. Employers should, however, try to enable their students to attend the University for one day a week. This is particularly important for experimentally based projects. DEFERRED ADMISSIONS Admission is valid only for the academic semester specified in the admission letter. If an applicant is given admission and for some reason does not register but intends to join the University in the following semester, then he/she should submit a written request to the Admission and Registration Office not later than one month before the beginning of the semester. Admission consideration for the following semester will depend on availability of places. HOW TO APPLY? Applicants should complete an application form and forward it, along with supporting documentation, to; Graduate Studies Admissions Office Khalifa University of Science, Technology and Research P. O. Box: , Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Tel: , Fax: In addition, applicants should forward the reference letter forms to three nominated referees. Applications must be made by the Application Deadlines published by the University. For the MSc by Research and PhD in Engineering degrees, applicants must specify a project of interest on their application form. An applicant may select from the list of available research projects published by the University, or alternatively may suggest his/her own project. In the latter case, the applicant must consult with a potential supervisor and must ascertain whether or not this supervisor would be prepared to recommend his/her proposal to the relevant Program Chair. Candidates may seek guidance from the relevant Program Chair on the appropriate supervisors to consult. The following items should be included with the application form: A certified copy of the applicant s Bachelors or Masters certificate (as applicable) along with an official transcript showing grading scale. Evidence of English language proficiency, e.g. TOEFL or IELTS results. kustar_graduate brochure_ indd 6

7 Four recent passport size photographs. A photocopy of the applicant s passport. A photocopy of khulasat al-qaid (for UAE nationals) A detailed Curriculum Vita (CV). Evidence of the ability to pay fees, e.g. sponsorship letter. Equivalency certificate from the UAE Ministry of Higher Education (for candidates graduated from outside the UAE). Three reference letters from nominated referees. A photocopy of the applicant s UAE National ID. An official GRE (Graduate Record Exam) score (this is to be submitted at the latest by the end of the first semester of registration). All documents supplied for admission purposes are the property of the University and will not be returned regardless of whether the applicant is accepted or not. The Admission Office will acknowledge receipt of properly completed application forms, once verification of the supporting documentation has been carried out. For more information and for obtaining a list of projects, application form, and reference letter forms, please visit Khalifa University website TUITION FEES An up-to-date schedule of tuition and other fees can be obtained from the Office of Admissions. SCHOLARSHIPS There are a number of scholarships available for graduate students. Below is a brief description of some of the available scholarships. More details are available on the University web site. BUHOOTH SCHOLARSHIPS Attractive monthly salary Guaranteed job after graduation* Full payment of all tuition fees Medical insurance for self, spouse and dependent children* Support for visits to international research centers * Depending on type of contract. Support for attending conferences. Registration on the Abu Dhabi Retirement Pensions and Benefits Fund during period of study* Khalifa University has Scholarships under Buhooth program to help qualified UAE national students enroll on its graduate programs. The scholarships have generous remuneration and benefits that include: TEACHING ASSISTANT SCHOLARSHIPS Khalifa University has Teaching Assistant Scholarships to help qualified expatriate students enrol on graduate programs. The scholarships have generous remuneration and benefits that include: Attractive monthly stipend Full payment of all tuition fees Support for attending conferences. WAIVED-FEES SCHOLARSHIPS Khalifa University offers this scholarship to help employed UAE nationals to enroll on its graduate programs on part-time basis. kustar_graduate brochure_ indd 7

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9 MSc by Research in Engineering Program MSc by Research in Engineering Program kustar_graduate brochure_ indd 9

10 ABOUT THE PROGRAM The MSc by Research in Engineering degree is awarded for independent investigation of specialised areas in engineering Currently this degree is offered with an optional concentration in Electrical and Computer Engineering. Candidates for this degree are supervised by experienced researchers and are expected to demonstrate initiative in their approach and innovation in their work. M.Sc. by Research in Engineering candidates prepare and present a thesis on their chosen topic. Research may be undertaken in several topics corresponding to the areas of focus identified by the University. PROGRAM GOALS The goals of the M.Sc. by Research in Engineering programme are: To provide graduates with specialization in their field of study To equip graduates with research skills and techniques To equip graduates with research communication skills To equip graduates with personal effectiveness skills To produce graduates who will make substantial contributions to academia, industry, business, and the community. To undertake and publish research that is relevant to industry and business, and is highly regarded by the international community. kustar_graduate brochure_ indd 10

11 PROGRAM OUTCOMES A student graduating with an M.Sc. by Research in Engineering degree will be able to: demonstrate a good level of understanding and specialization in his/her field of study conduct independent investigation with rigour and discrimination show an appreciation of the relationship of the area of his/her research to a wider field of knowledge demonstrate a critical appreciation of the literature in his/her area of research make a contribution to the body of knowledge in his/her field of study demonstrate an ability to appraise critically his/her contribution in the context of his/her overall investigation constructively defend his/her research outcomes write clearly, accurately, cogently, and in a style appropriate to purpose construct coherent arguments and articulate ideas clearly to a range of audiences demonstrate personal effectiveness attributes including initiative, motivation, flexibility, self-discipline, self-reliance, and the capacity to work independently CAREER OPPORTUNITIES The field of engineering and the wide range of disciplines it encompasses touch virtually every aspect of human life. An MSc by research in Engineering opens a wide range of career opportunities, in which the graduate can have a leading role, that include: Communications Systems Industrial Control Electronic Systems Design Aviation Industry Computer Systems Military and Police Power & Energy Systems Information Security Transportation Systems Software Development Autonomous Systems Research and Development Health-Care Systems Multimedia and Entertainment Oil and Gas Industry kustar_graduate brochure_ indd 11

12 ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS The university general graduate studies admission requirements apply for admission to the MSc by Research in Engineering program. Bachelor degrees relevant for admission to the Electrical and Computer Engineering concentration of the program are Electrical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Communication Engineering, Computer engineering, Computer science, or Information Technology. Candidates with degrees in other pertinent specializations may also be considered. In such cases, candidates will be asked to submit course descriptions along with their transcripts. Conditionally admitted students must produce by the end of the first semester of registration satisfactory evidence that they have the ability to carry out research effectively. This will be assessed as follows: The student must submit a satisfactory initial progress report three months after the first registration before the end of the first semester of registration. This report will be evaluated by the supervisor, the Graduate Studies and Research Advisory Panel, and the Graduate Studies Committee. The student must achieve a minimum TOEFL score of 79 ibt or its equivalent (e.g. a minimum IELTS score of 6.0) by the end of the first semester of registration. If the student fails to satisfy the above conditions, then his/her registration will be terminated. DURATION OF STUDY The minimum period of study will be 18 months from the date of first registration in the case of full-time registration and 30 months from the date of first registration in the case of part-time registration. This study period includes the time taken to write-up the thesis. The maximum period of study will be 30 months from the date of first registration in the case of full-time registration and 50 months from the date of first registration in the case of part-time registration. This study period includes the time taken to write-up the thesis. In exceptional cases, an extension of registration may be granted. PROGRAM STRUCTURE The MSc by Research in Engineering is conducted nearly entirely by research. However, it is compulsory for all students to attend a full semester one credit Research Seminar course provided by the University. The course covers the various aspects of conducting research. In addition, the students are required to attend the various seminars that are arranged by the Programme Chair and/or other entities within the University. The seminars are an important opportunity for the students to broaden their horizon, learn about the latest advances in various engineering fields and establish contacts. It is also compulsory for students to attend any technical courses or training programs deemed necessary by their supervisor. Since the requirements of each research project are different, such technical courses will be tailored to the needs of each student. Courses may comprise material from other programs offered by the University, short specialist courses delivered by experts from outside the University, the supervisor or other members of the faculty or staff of the University. If appropriate, other students may also be recommended to attend such technical courses or training programs. kustar_graduate brochure_ indd 12

13 For projects requiring special skills, a relevant faculty or staff at the University can provide tutorials and seminars to the student concerned at the request of the supervisor or student. If appropriate, other students may also be recommended to attend such tutorials and seminars. Depending on the student requirements, this activity may take place at any point during the project. The candidate conducts focused research on a topic of interest within the broad fields of Communication, Electronic, and Computer engineering. This gives the candidate the opportunity to develop expertise in that research area. The expertise in conducting research and the technical knowledge accumulated will be highly valuable for candidates who wish to go to industry or continue their studies at the PhD level. The overall structure of the MSc by Research in Engineering program is illustrated below. All MSc by Research in Engineering students are required to give a seminar to the University faculty, staff, other graduate students and other invited guests on at least one occasion each year. 2 nd Progress Report Details of progress achieved Description of major obstacles Refine research plan 3 rd Progress Report Details of progress achieved Develop thesis outline Refine research plan Final Thesis Appointment of examiners Conduct thesis examination Approve examination outcome Program Induction & Project Selection 1 st Progress Report Review state of the art literature Define the research topic Develop the research plan Start 3 months 6 months 12 months 18 months kustar_graduate brochure_ indd 13

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15 MSc in Information Security Program Msc in Information Security Program kustar_graduate brochure_ indd 15

16 ABOUT THE PROGRAM The M.Sc. in Information Security degree is awarded for candidates who successfully complete the taught courses and project requirements of the program. The program is targeted for students with various backgrounds such as graduates of Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electronic engineering, Communication engineering, Information Technology, Mathematics, or other pertinent specializations. Hence the program starts with common core courses that cover essential Information Security topics. Afterwards, there are three themes that allow the students to choose an area of specialisation. Subsequently, there are electives which cover extra topics to broaden the student s knowledge in areas not covered in the core. Finally, the candidates work on a M.Sc. project on their chosen area. The project may be undertaken in several topics corresponding to the focus areas identified by the relevant supervisors. Alternatively, where applicable, students may propose project topics of their own or work on solving problems of their respective sponsoring organisations. kustar_graduate brochure_ indd 16

17 PROGRAM GOALS The goals of the program are: To provide graduates with deep knowledge and specialization in information security. To enable graduates to relate information security theory to practice. To equip graduates with design, problem solving, and research skills in information security. To prepare graduates for careers as information security professionals. To encourage graduates to pursue self-learning and personal development experiences. To produce graduates who will be able to contribute substantially to academia, industry, and the community. PROGRAM OUTCOMES A student graduating with a M.Sc. in Information Security will be able to: Demonstrate a high level of understanding and specialization in information security. Detect and defend against network and system security threats. Analyse and characterise existing security systems. Design an information security system, component, or process to meet desired needs. Use the techniques, skills and modern tools necessary for information security practice. Conduct independent investigation in the field of information security with rigour and discrimination. Communicate and write appropriately in the area of information security. Understand legal, regulatory and ethical issues and professional responsibility related to information security. Realize the impact of information security in a global and societal context. Recognize the need for, and engage in, life-long learning. kustar_graduate brochure_ indd 17

18 CAREER OPPORTUNITIES The M.Sc. in Information Security program is mainly targeted to meet the workforce need of Information Security professionals in the country and the region. The Program offers strong employment and career development prospects for graduates in the aforementioned areas and many others. The skills developed in graduates are particularly attractive to entities where information security is crucial such as financial institutions, telecom operators, law enforcement agencies, and software development houses ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS The university general graduate studies admission requirements apply for admission to the MSc in Information Security program. Bachelor degrees relevant for admission to the program are Electrical engineering, Electronic engineering, Communication engineering, Computer engineering, Computer science, Information Technology, or Mathematics. Candidates with degrees in other pertinent specializations may also be considered. In such cases, candidates will be asked to submit course descriptions along with their transcripts. Conditionally admitted students must produce by the end of the first semester of registration satisfactory evidence that they have the ability to carry out the program of work effectively. This will be assessed as follows: The student must pass all first semester courses, with a minimum pass grade of C in every course, and achieve a semester GPA of at least 3.0. The student must achieve a minimum TOEFL score of 79 ibt or its equivalent (e.g. a minimum IELTS score of 6.0) by the end of the first semester of registration. If the student fails to satisfy the above conditions, then his/her registration will be terminated. DURATION OF STUDY The minimum period of study will be 1.5 years (3 regular semesters) from the date of first registration in the case of full-time registration and 2.5 years (5 regular semesters) from the date of first registration in the case of part-time registration. The maximum period of study will be 2 years (4 regular semesters) from the date of first registration in the case of full-time registration and 3 years (6 regular semesters) from the date of first registration in the case of part-time registration. In exceptional cases, an extension of registration may be granted. PROGRAM STRUCTURE Program Components The M.Sc. in Information Security is equivalent to 36 credit-hours. The program consists of two main components: Taught Courses Component: in this component the student is required to complete a program of advanced study in information security. This component is equivalent to 24 credit-hours and consists of 8 courses, with 3 credit-hours each. The 8 courses (24 credit-hours) are: 4 core courses (12 credit-hours), 2 theme courses (6 credit-hours) and 2 optional courses (6 credit-hours) selected from a list of electives. The taught courses component contributes 2/3 of the overall graduation grade point average. Project Component: in this component the student is required to carry out an independent project in information security. This component is equivalent to 12 credit-hours (4 courses) and as such contributes 1/3 of the overall graduation grade point average. kustar_graduate brochure_ indd 18

19 Number of Courses and Curricular Offerings As already discussed, the taught courses component of the program is equivalent to 24 credit-hours and contributes 2/3 of the overall graduation grade point average. It consists of 8 courses, with 3 credit-hours each, as follows: 4 core courses (12 credit-hours). These are: Course Code Course Name Credits ISEC 614 Mathematics for Information Security 3 ISEC 602 Introduction to Cryptography 3 ISEC 615 Computer and Network Security 3 ISEC 601 Information Security Management (for E-Business Security and Digital Forensics themes) 3 or ISEC 616 Algebra for Cryptology (for the Cryptology theme) 3 2 theme courses (6 credit-hours) that belong to one of the following themes: Theme Course Code Course Name Credits E-Business Security ISEC 605 Web and E-Business Security 3 ISEC 606 Software and Database Security 3 Digital Forensics ISEC 607 Advanced Operating Systems 3 ISEC 608 E-Forensics and Computer Crime 3 Cryptology ISEC 611 Advanced Cryptography 3 ISEC 617 Cryptanalysis 3 2 optional courses (6 credit-hours) selected from the following list of electives: Course Code Course Name Credits ISEC 609 Wireless Networks and Mobile Security 3 ISEC 610 Identity Management 3 ISEC 612 Trusted Computing 3 ISEC 618 Cryptographic Algorithm Design 3 ISEC 619 Information and Coding Theory 3 ISEC 620 Cryptographic Hardware and Embedding 3 ISEC 621 Hardware and System Architecture Security 3 kustar_graduate brochure_ indd 19

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21 MSc in Nuclear Engineering Program MSc in Nuclear Engineering Program kustar_graduate brochure_ indd 21

22 ABOUT THE PROGRAM The M.Sc. in Nuclear Engineering degree is awarded for candidates who successfully complete the taught courses, field trips, and project requirements of the program. The program is targeted for students with various backgrounds such as graduates of Mechanical Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, Material Science, Mathematics or other pertinent specializations. Hence the program starts with common core courses that cover essential Nuclear Engineering topics. Afterwards, there are two themes that allow the students to choose an area of specialisation. Subsequently, there are electives which cover extra topics to broaden the student s knowledge in areas not covered in the core. In addition to taught courses, students are required to complete a field trips component. In this component the student is required to carry out a series of experiments to consolidate theory lessons given in class as well as visit selected nuclear facilities to gain an overall appreciation of nuclear energy technology at the front and back end of the fuel cycle as well during reactor operations. Finally, the candidates work on a M.Sc. project on their chosen area. The project may be undertaken in several topics corresponding to the focus areas identified by the relevant supervisors. Alternatively, where applicable, students may propose project topics of their own or work on solving problems of their respective sponsoring organisations. kustar_graduate brochure_ indd 22

23 PROGRAM GOALS The goals of the programme are: To provide graduates with deep knowledge and specialization in nuclear engineering. To enable graduates to relate nuclear engineering theory to practice. To equip graduates with design, problem solving, and research skills in nuclear engineering. To prepare graduates for careers as nuclear engineering professionals. To encourage graduates to pursue self-learning and personal development experiences. To produce graduates who will be able to contribute substantially to academia, industry, and the community. PROGRAM OUTCOMES A student graduating with an M.Sc. in Nuclear Engineering will be able to: demonstrate a high level of understanding and specialization in nuclear engineering. practice a high level of nuclear safety awareness and culture. analyse and characterise existing nuclear engineering systems. design a nuclear engineering system, component, or process to meet desired needs. use the techniques, skills and modern tools necessary for nuclear engineering practice. conduct independent investigation in the field of nuclear engineering with rigour and discrimination. communicate and write appropriately in the area of nuclear engineering. understand legal, regulatory and ethical issues and professional responsibility related to nuclear engineering. realize the impact of nuclear engineering in a global and societal context. recognize the need for, and engage in, life-long learning. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Nuclear Engineering is of paramount importance for the safe construction, operation, maintenance and eventual decommissioning of nuclear reactors. The historic decision by the UAE Government to develop a peaceful nuclear energy program therefore places nuclear engineering education and training at the forefront of priorities for capacity building of the workforce necessary to advance the country s civil nuclear program. The M.Sc. in Nuclear Engineering programme offers strong employment and career development prospects for graduates in the aforementioned areas and many others. The skills developed in graduates are particularly attractive to entities where nuclear engineering is crucial, such as the nuclear energy implementation organisation, the nuclear safety regulator, and those entities charged with ensuring nuclear security and a multitude of contractors, subcontractors and technical support organisations. kustar_graduate brochure_ indd 23

24 ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS The university general graduate studies admission requirements apply for admission to the MSc in Nuclear Engineering program. Bachelor degrees relevant for admission to the program are Nuclear Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, Materials Science, or Mathematics. Candidates with degrees in other pertinent specializations may also be considered. In such cases, candidates will be asked to submit course descriptions along with their transcripts. Applicants with no or insufficient prior background to meet the prerequisites of the program may be admitted to the program but will be assigned undergraduate courses and/or one or more of the following specially tailored remedial courses: NUCE501 Nuclear and Radiation Science, NUCE502 Neutronics and Nuclear Systems, NUCE503 Engineering Mathematics and Computation, NUCE504 Introduction to Engineering Principles. Conditionally admitted students must produce by the end of the first semester of registration satisfactory evidence that they have the ability to carry out the program of work effectively. This will be assessed as follows: The student must pass all first semester courses, with a minimum pass grade of C in every course, and achieve a semester GPA of at least 3.0. The student must achieve a minimum TOEFL score of 79 ibt or its equivalent (e.g. a minimum IELTS score of 6.0) by the end of the first semester of registration. If the student fails to satisfy the above conditions, then his/her registration will be terminated. DURATION OF STUDY The minimum period of study will be 1.5 years (3 regular semesters) from the date of first registration in the case of full-time registration and 2.5 years (5 regular semesters) from the date of first registration in the case of part-time registration. The maximum period of study will be 2 years (4 regular semesters) from the date of first registration in the case of full-time registration and 3 years (6 regular semesters) from the date of first registration in the case of part-time registration. In exceptional cases, an extension of registration may be granted. PROGRAMME STRUCTURE Programme Components The M.Sc. in Nuclear Engineering programme is equivalent to 36 credit-hours. The programme consists of three main components: Taught Courses Component: in this component the student is required to complete a programme of advanced study in Nuclear Engineering. This component is equivalent to 24 credit-hours and consists of 8 courses, with 3 credit-hours each. The 8 courses (24 credit-hours) are: 4 core courses (12 credit-hours), 2 theme courses (6 credit-hours) and 2 optional courses (6 credit-hours) selected from a list of electives. The taught courses component contributes 2/3 of the overall graduation grade point average. Field Trips Component: in this component the student is required to carry out a series of experiments to consolidate theory lessons given in class as well as visit selected nuclear facilities to gain an overall appreciation of nuclear energy technology at the front and back end of the fuel cycle as well during reactor operations. By necessity, the field trips will be undertaken outside the UAE (e.g, in the Republic of South Korea) until such time that nuclear laboratories and facilities are available in the UAE. Project Component: in this component the student is required to carry out an independent project in Nuclear Engineering. This component is equivalent to 12 credit-hours (4 courses) and as such contributes 1/3 of the overall graduation grade point average. kustar_graduate brochure_ indd 24

25 Number of Courses and Curricular Offerings As already discussed, the taught courses component of the programme is equivalent to 24 credit-hours and contributes 2/3 of the overall graduation grade point average. It consists of 8 courses, with 3 credit-hours each, as follows: 4 core courses (12 credit-hours) These are: Course Code Course Name Credits NUCE 601 Thermal Hydraulics in Nuclear Systems 3 NUCE 602 Nuclear Materials, Structural Integrity and Chemistry 3 NUCE 603 Nuclear Reactor Theory 3 NUCE 604 Radiation Measurement and Applications 2 NUCE 605 Radiation Measurement and Applications (Laboratory) 1 2 theme courses (6 credit-hours) that belong to one of the following themes: Theme Course Code Course Name Credits Reactor Design and NUCE 611 Nuclear Systems Design and Analysis 3 Analysis NUCE 612 Nuclear Safety and Probabilistic Safety assessment 3 Nuclear Fuel Cycle NUCE 613 Nuclear Fuel Cycle 3 and Security NUCE 614 Nuclear Security and Safeguards 3 2 optional courses (6 credit-hours) selected from the following list of electives: Course Code Course Name Credits NUCE 621 Nuclear Instrumentation and Control 3 NUCE 622 Advanced Thermal Hydraulics 3 NUCE 623 Radiological Environmental Impact Assessment 3 NUCE 624 Radiation Damage and Nuclear Fuels 3 Applicants with no or insufficient prior background to meet the prerequisites of the program may be admitted to the program but will be assigned undergraduate courses and/or one or more of the following specially tailored remedial courses: Course Code Course Name Credits NUCE 501 Nuclear and Radiation Science 3 NUCE 502 Neutronics and Nuclear Systems 3 NUCE 503 Engineering Mathematics and Computation 3 NUCE 504 Introduction to Engineering Principles 3 kustar_graduate brochure_ indd 25

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27 PhD in Engineering Program PhD in Engineering Program kustar_graduate brochure_ indd 27

28 ABOUT THE PROGRAM The PhD in Engineering degree is awarded for candidates who successfully complete the taught courses and research components of the program. The students are required to complete a program of advanced courses in engineering. The students are also required to carry out an independent investigation of a specialized area of engineering. Candidates for this degree are supervised by experienced researchers and are expected to demonstrate initiative in their approach and innovation in their work. Ph.D. Candidates prepare and present a thesis on their chosen area. Research may be undertaken in several topics corresponding to the areas of focus identified by the University. A candidate applying to the program may opt to apply for a generic PhD in Engineering (i.e., with no one specialization) or for a PhD in Engineering with a specialization in one of the following areas: Aerospace Engineering Biomedical Engineering Electrical and Computer Engineering PROGRAM GOALS Mechanical Engineering Nuclear Engineering Robotics The aim of the Ph.D. in Engineering program is to produce graduates able to conduct research independently at the highest level of originality and quality. The goals of the program are: To provide graduates with high specialization in their field of study To equip graduates with research skills and techniques To equip graduates with research communication skills kustar_graduate brochure_ indd 28

29 To equip graduates with research management skills To provide graduates with good understanding of the research environment and its requirements To equip graduates with personal effectiveness skills To produce graduates who will make substantial contributions to academia, industry, business, and the community. To undertake and publish research that is relevant to industry and business, and is highly regarded by the international community. PROGRAM OUTCOMES A student graduating with a Ph.D. in Engineering degree will be able to: demonstrate a high level of understanding and specialization in his/her field of study conduct independent investigation with rigour and discrimination acquire and collate information through the effective use of appropriate sources and equipment show an appreciation of the relationship of the area of his/her research to a wider field of knowledge demonstrate a critical appreciation of the literature in his/her area of research demonstrate an ability to recognise and validate research problems demonstrate an understanding of relevant research methodologies and techniques and their appropriate application to his/her research apply effective research project management techniques make a significant and original contribution to the body of knowledge in his/her field of study demonstrate an ability to appraise critically his/her contribution in the context of his/her overall investigation constructively defend his/her research outcomes write clearly, accurately, cogently, and in a style appropriate to purpose construct coherent arguments and articulate ideas clearly to a range of audiences show awareness of relevant research issues including environmental, political, economical, social, copyright, ethical, health and safety, exploitation of results, and intellectual property rights demonstrate personal effectiveness attributes including initiative, motivation, flexibility, self-discipline, self-reliance, and the capacity to work independently. kustar_graduate brochure_ indd 29

30 CAREER OPPORTUNITIES A PhD in Engineering opens a wide range of career opportunities in academia and industry. A PhD in Engineering graduate can pursue an academic career in an educational institution or a research career in an academic/industrial research lab or a Research & Development center. PhD in Engineering graduates can also find excellent opportunities in government organizations, science/engineering policy and funding agencies, and in institutions that deal with Technology Transfer, Patents, and Intellectual Property management. In addition, a PhD in Engineering opens many opportunities in consultancy services and entrepreneurship. In particular, the disciplines of Aerospace, Biomedical, Electrical and Computer, Mechanical, Nuclear, and Robotic engineering touch virtually every aspect of human lives. These disciplines sit at the core of most technical advances being made on daily basis ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS The university general graduate studies admission requirements apply for admission to the PhD in Engineering program. A candidate applying to the program may opt to apply for a generic PhD in Engineering (i.e., with no one specialization) or for a PhD in Engineering with a specialization in one of the following areas: Aerospace Engineering (AERO) Biomedical Engineering (BMED) Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECCE) Mechanical Engineering (MECH) Nuclear Engineering (NUCE) Robotics (ROBO) Each of the above specializations may set specific constraints to be imposed on the discipline of the candidate s Master degree to be acceptable for admission to the specialization. Disciplines acceptable for admission to each specialization are listed below: - Aerospace Engineering (AERO) Related Disciplines: Aerospace/Aeronautical Engineering, Mechanical/Mechatronics Engineering, or Electrical and Computer Engineering/Science. - Biomedical Engineering (BMED) Related Disciplines: Biomedical Engineering, Bio-engineering/Science, Mechanical/Mechatronics Engineering, Aerospace/Aeronautical Engineering, or Electrical and Computer Engineering/Science. - Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECCE) Related Disciplines: Electrical/Electronic Engineering, Communication Engineering, Computer Engineering/Science, Software Engineering, Information Technology, Biomedical Engineering, Nanotechnology and Integrated Systems, Mechatronics, or Robotics. - Mechanical Engineering (MECH) Related Disciplines: Mechanical/Mechatronics Engineering, Aerospace/Aeronautical Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Materials Engineering/Science, Nuclear Engineering, or Industrial Systems Engineering. - Nuclear Engineering (NUCE) Related Disciplines Nuclear Engineering, Mechanical/Mechatronics Engineering, Aerospace/Aeronautical Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering/Science, Chemical Engineering, Engineering/Medical Physics, or Materials Engineering/Science kustar_graduate brochure_ indd 30

31 - Robotics (ROBO) Related Disciplines Robotics, Mechanical/Mechatronics Engineering, Aerospace/Aeronautical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Nuclear Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering/Science, or Information Technology. The list of disciplines related to a given specialization is an indicative list rather than an exclusive/exhaustive list. Candidates with Master degrees in other pertinent disciplines may also be considered. In such cases, candidates will be asked to submit course descriptions along with their transcripts. A candidate applying to be considered for a generic PhD in Engineering (i.e., with no one specialization) must satisfy the admission requirements of at least one of the specializations. In addition, candidates must have sufficient prior background to meet the prerequisites of the program. In particular, candidates must have achieved a minimum level of proficiency in mathematics in the form of a grade of B or better in at least one graduate-level mathematics course or an equivalent score on a university-administered mathematics proficiency test. DURATION OF STUDY The minimum period of study will be 3 years from the date of first registration in the case of full-time registration and 5 years from the date of first registration in the case of part-time registration. This study period includes the time taken to write-up the thesis. The maximum period of study will be 5 years from the date of first registration in the case of full-time registration and 8 years from the date of first registration in the case of part-time registration. This study period includes the time taken to write-up the thesis. In exceptional cases, an extension of registration may be granted. PROGRAM STRUCTURE Program Components The Ph.D. in Engineering program consists of two main components: Taught Courses Component: in this component the student is required to complete a program of advanced study. Research Component: in this component the student is required to carry out an independent investigation of a specialized area of engineering. For the award of the Ph.D. in Engineering degree, the student must satisfy the following requirements: Courses: The student must satisfy the taught courses requirements of the program. Research Proposal: Having satisfied the taught courses requirements of the program, the student is then required to prepare a research proposal and pass a research proposal examination before being allowed to progress further on the program. Thesis: The student must then complete a thesis on original research and defend it successfully in a viva voce examination. Number of Courses and Curricular Offerings The taught courses component of the program consists of a minimum of 24 credit-hours at the doctorate level (i.e. beyond master level) distributed as follows: 4 credit-hours on Research Methods in Engineering, and 20 credit-hours of technical courses selected from an approved list of electives. For a PhD in Engineering with specialization in a given area, at least 12 credit-hours will have to be selected from the themed list of electives for that particular specialization. kustar_graduate brochure_ indd 31

32 Core Courses (4 credits) Course Code Course Name Credits ENGR 701 Research Methods in Engineering 4 Technical Courses (20 credits) Aerospace Engineering (AERO) Course Code Course Name Credits AERO 701 Nonlinear Structural Dynamics 4 AERO 702 Advanced Composite Materials and Structures 4 AERO 703 Numerical Methods in Aerofluids 4 AERO 704 Selected Topics in Aerospace Engineering 4 Biomedical Engineering (BMED) Course Code Course Name Credits BMED 701 Biomolecular and Cellular Engineering 4 BMED 702 Pathophysiology and Augmentation of Human Movement 4 BMED 703 Integrative Biosystems 4 BMED 704 Selected Topics in Biomedical Engineering 4 Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECCE) Course Code Course Name Credits ECCE 702 Advanced Digital Communication 4 ECCE 703 Network and Information Security 4 ECCE 704 Multimedia Communication and Processing 4 ECCE 705 Advanced RF Circuit and Amplifier Design 4 ECCE 707 Broadband and Wireless Communications 4 ECCE 708 Distributed Computing 4 ECCE 709 Advanced Embedded Systems Design 4 ECCE 710 Nanoelectronic Systems Technology and Design 4 ECCE 711 Selected Topics in Electrical and Computer Engineering 4 kustar_graduate brochure_ indd 32

33 Mechanical Engineering (MECH) Course Code Course Name Credits MECH 701 Advanced Solid Mechanics 4 MECH 702 Advanced Thermal Systems Design 4 MECH 703 Micromechanics of Materials 4 MECH 704 Selected Topics in Mechanical Engineering 4 Nuclear Engineering (NUCE) Course Code Course Name Credits NUCE 701 Advanced Computational Methods of Particle Transport 4 NUCE 702 Environmental Protection, Detection and Biokinetics 4 NUCE 703 Aging Management of Nuclear Materials 4 NUCE 704 Selected Topics in Nuclear Engineering 4 Robotics (ROBO) Course Code Course Name Credits ROBO 701 Control of Robotic Systems 4 ROBO 702 Cognitive Robotics 4 ROBO 703 Robotic Perception 4 ROBO 704 Selected Topics in Robotics 4 Pre-Requisite Graduate Mathematics Courses (6 credits) Mathematics (MATH) Course Code Course Name Credits MATH 601 Engineering Mathematical Analysis 3 MATH 602 Numerical Methods in Engineering 3 MATH 603 Random Variables and Stochastic Processes 3 kustar_graduate brochure_ indd 33

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35 Master of Arts in International and Civil Security Master of Arts in International and Civil Security kustar_graduate brochure_ indd 35

36 About the Program The 21st century combines the promise of great progress with the resurgence of old dangers and the emergence of new ones. Those dangers include terrorism, warfare, weapons of mass destruction, and natural disasters. Some of these dangers are rooted in technology, others in society, and still others in nature itself. Attaining the strategic vision of the UAE will require deep understanding of those threats, and the knowledge and skills to address them. This unique Masters Program is being offered by Khalifa University s Institute of International and Civil Security. The Institute s mission is to become a leading academic center for supporting research, teaching and policy analysis in the field of security studies. In addition to what takes place inside the classroom, the Institute hosts speakers, workshops, and other events, and works with other institutions within government, academia, and the private sector to advance security research, education, training, and policy-making. kustar_graduate brochure_ indd 36

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