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1 Master s of Science in Civil Engineering College of Engineering Department of Civil Engineering 1. Introduction Civil Engineering is a vital profession in the development of cities and societies. Civil Engineers are involved in the planning, analysis, design and problem solving of a variety of projects that directly serve the needs of societies for buildings, bridges, roads, water supply systems, dams, canals, sanitation systems, environmental protection systems, and risk management systems. Civil engineering includes a variety of sub-disciplines, including environmental engineering, geotechnical engineering, structural engineering, transportation engineering, municipal or urban engineering, water resources engineering, materials engineering, coastal engineering, surveying, and construction engineering. To meet the demands of rapid developments in the field, civil engineers must be up to date in their knowledge, motivated self educators and involved in life long learning. The Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at the University of Sharjah offers a Master of Science in Civil Engineering program that prepares graduates to confidently confront current and future challenges in an exciting profession and equip them with advanced knowledge, practical skills, and knowledge discovery and application skills. The program achieved the official accreditation-eligible status from the UAE Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research. The Department has well qualified faculty and lecturers with many years of academic and practical experience both regionally and internationally. The expertise of the academic staff spans the main disciplines of modern civil & environmental engineering. In addition, the department has laboratory facilities that are furnished with state-of-the-art equipment and analytical instruments in support of advanced experimental work for teaching, research and community service. The laboratories are also staffed with qualified and well-trained laboratory assistants, technicians, and engineers. 2. Specializations and Concentration Areas The MSc. program offers two broad specialization streams (areas) with optional concentration areas within the streams, as follows. A- Structural Systems Engineering Stream, with the following concentration areas: 1- Structural Engineering. Graduate Catalog

2 2- Materials and Construction. - Geotechnical Engineering. B- Infrastructure Systems Engineering Stream, with the following concentration areas: 1- Environmental and Water Resources Engineering. 2- Transportation Engineering. - Materials and Construction. 4- Geotechnical Engineering. Completing the requirements of a concentration in a particular stream requires the following: 1- For the Thesis Option: Completing at least two (2) Courses in the concentration area + completing the Thesis course in the concentration area appropriate to the chosen stream. 2- For the Non-Thesis Option: Completing at least three () Courses in the concentration area + completing the Research Project course in the concentration area appropriate to the chosen stream. Students who wish to have a particular concentration area recognized in their transcripts need to make a request in writing to the Department during the final semester of their studies.. Program Objectives The overall objective of the Master s Program is to provide the opportunity for qualified engineers to advance their knowledge and knowledge discovery skills in the modern civil engineering specializations. The program is also intended to support the development of quality and relevant research, especially applied research. The program helps satisfy the demand for highly educated professionals who can contribute to and lead the scientific and technological development of the UAE and the region. The specific objectives of the program are to: 1- Provide graduate students with an advanced grasp of theories, principles and the insight required to enhance their professional careers and/or to pursue further higher education in their field of study. 2- Contribute to fulfilling the specialized needs of the various industries and establishments in the UAE and the region. - Allow graduate students to undertake an area of specialization that matches their abilities and aspirations and conduct research in that area. 4- Promote a sense of leadership, scholarship and service to the community. 186 College of Graduate Studies & Research

3 4. Admission Criteria The Department Research & Graduate Studies Committee may grant regular or conditional enrolment for graduate study leading toward a Master degree to applicants who satisfy the following academic qualifications and criteria: 1- Have a bachelor s degree in Civil Engineering (or a closely-related field*) from a recognized college or university with an overall undergraduate grade point average of.00 (out of 4.0) or higher. The following is the list of transitional undergraduate courses as required for entry into intended specialization. 2- The graduate admission committee may grant conditional admittance to applicants whose GPA is 2.5 or higher and may require a GPA of at least.00 in the last 0 credits of their major courses, including courses that are related to their desired specialization. Conditionally-accepted applicants must attain a grade point average of.00 or higher during their first semester with at least 9 credit hours before being fully admitted into the program. - Applicants must provide certified transcripts from the institution where they received their B.Sc. degree, along with course descriptions, and must provide letter(s) of reference. 4- Meet the applicable University admission criteria. Applicants are required to attain a minimum TOFEL score (paper test) of 550 (or equivalent). Applicants with TOFEL score of 50 (or equivalent) may be provisionally admitted to the program provided that they achieve a TOFEL score of 550 (or equivalent) by the end of their first semester in the program 5- Have been reviewed and recommended for acceptance by the Research & Graduate Studies Committee in the Department and approved by the Department Council. Full-time candidates of the Master degree must complete their requirements within a minimum of semesters and a maximum of 8 semesters from the date they are admitted into the program. Specialization Structural Engineering Transportation Engineering Materials and Construction Required basic courses (or equivalent) Dynamics Structural Analysis Reinforced Concrete Surveying Transportation Engineering Materials for Civil Engineering Reinforced Concrete Foundation Engineering Graduate Catalog

4 Water Resources & Environmental Engineering Geotechnical Engineering Intro. to Environmental Engineering Fluid Mechanics Geotechnical Engineering Foundation Engineering * These candidates are required to enrol in prerequisite courses, which they have not taken in their prior studies, as deemed necessary by the Department s Research & Graduate Studies Committee and approved by the College and University. These prerequisite courses should be completed within no more than two semesters (full time) and will not be considered as part of the required credit load for the graduate degree. 5. Program Structure and Requirements The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Sharjah offered the Master Program starting Fall 2004/2005. The department received Eligibility Accreditation Status from the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research. The degree is titled: Master of Science in Civil Engineering. The program of study offers two options: 1- Research thesis track, catering for the needs of research oriented students who can devote adequate time to complete high quality research thesis; and 2- Non-thesis track, catering for the needs of professionals, especially those who work full-time. As part of the requirements, students complete a high quality research project. The thesis track consists of 24 credit hours of course work in addition to 9 credit hours of thesis and the non-thesis track consists of 0 credit hours of course work, credit hours of research project and a final comprehensive exam. The program is subject to all applicable regulations regarding graduate studies at the University of Sharjah. The program is offered in two modes: 1- Full-time basis, suitable for engineers wishing to devote their time on their studies and research work; and 2- Part-time, may be more suitable for working professionals. The minimum degree requirement is credit hours distributed as follows for the thesis and the non-thesis tracks: 188 College of Graduate Studies & Research

5 DEGREE REQUIREMENT FOR THE THESIS OPTION DEGREE REQUIREMENT FOR THE NON-THESIS OPTION Requirements Credits Requirements Credits Compulsory General Courses Compulsory Specialized Courses 9 9 Compulsory General Courses Compulsory Specialized Courses Elective Courses 6 Elective Courses 9 Graduate Seminar 0 Graduate Seminar 0 Thesis 9 Research Project 9 12 Comprehensive Examination 0 Total Total Curricula The curricula requirements are classified into the following categories: (I) General Compulsory Courses; (II) Specialized Compulsory Courses; (III) Elective Courses; (IV) Graduate Seminar; (V) Thesis or Research Project; and (VI) Comprehensive Exam (I) General Compulsory Courses Students must take the following three general courses: Course No. Course Title Credits Prerequisite* Environmental Impact Assessment and Risk Analysis Grad Standing Advanced Numerical Methods Grad Standing Applied Engineering Statistics Grad Standing II Specialized Compulsory Courses The students must select from the following two lists of courses listed under the Structural Systems Engineering and Infrastructure Systems Engineering general specializations. The number of courses to be taken from these lists is as follows: 1- Thesis Track: a Set of Three () courses. 2- Non-Thesis Track: a Set of Four (4) Courses. Graduate Catalog

6 Structural Systems Engineering Stream Structural Engineering Concentration Courses Course No. Course Title Credits Advanced Structural Mechanics Structural Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering Advanced Behaviour & Design of Concrete Structures Advanced Structural Steel Design Materials and Construction Engineering Concentration Courses Course No. Course Title Credits Advanced Concrete Technology Advanced Materials in Construction Cost Analysis for Construction Projects Management & Scheduling of Construction Projects Geotechnical Engineering Courses Course No. Course Title Credits Environmental Geotechnology Advanced Geotechnical Engineering Soil Improvement Soil Dynamics Infrastructure Systems Engineering Stream Environmental and Water Resources Engineering Concentration Courses Course No. Course Title Credits Fluvial Hydraulics Mathematical Hydrology Water Resources Planning & Management Hydraulic Structures Environmental Geotechnology Water Quality Engineering Wastewater Treatment and Reuse 190 College of Graduate Studies & Research

7 Unit Operations in Environmental Engineering Geotechnical Engineering Courses Course No. Course Title Credits Traffic Flow Theory Applied Traffic Operations Urban Transportation Planning Intelligent Transportation Systems Materials and Construction Engineering Concentration Courses Course No. Course Title Credits Advanced Concrete Technology Advanced Materials in Construction Cost Analysis for Construction Projects Management & Scheduling of Construction Projects Geotechnical Engineering Concentration Courses Course No. Course Title Credits Environmental Geotechnology Advanced Geotechnical Engineering Soil Improvement Soil Dynamics III Elective Courses Courses in this category are selected by the student in coordination with the supervisor from any one (or combination) of the following: 1- Graduate course(s) offered by the department. 2- Up to two graduate level courses from outside the department subject to department approval (i.e., department approval based on recommendation of advisor and graduate studies committee). - Courses selected from the list, below. The minimum number of elective courses to be completed is as follows: 1- Thesis Track: Two (2) Courses. 2- Non-Thesis Track: Three () Courses. Graduate Catalog

8 List of Electives Course No. Course Title Credits Prerequisite Advanced Applied Engineering Mathematics Buildings, Energy & Health Graduate Standing Finite Element Methods IV Graduate Seminar Advanced Topics in Structural Engineering Advanced Topics in Transportation Engineering Advanced Topics in Construction and Materials Advanced Topics in Environmental & Water Resources Engineering Advanced Topics in Geotechnical Engineering Independent Studies in Civil Engineering Depends on Topic All students enrolled in the Thesis or Non-Thesis program must successfully complete a Zero Credits graduate seminar course, as follows: Course No. Course Title Credits Prerequisite Graduate Seminar 0 Grad Standing V Thesis or Research Project All students must complete one of the following tracks depending on their program: 1. Thesis Track: Nine (9) Credits Research-Based Thesis. 2. Non-Thesis Track: Three () Credits Research Project. Course No. Course Title Credits Prerequisite Master Thesis 9 Completion of at least 12 credits Research Project Taken During Final Semester 192 College of Graduate Studies & Research

9 VI Comprehensive Exam All students enrolled in the Non-Thesis program must successfully complete a Zero-Credits Comprehensive Examination, as follows: Course No. Course Title Credits Prerequisite Comprehensive Examination 0 Completion of all course requirements Typical Study Plan for the Thesis Track Fall Semester Year 1 Spring Semester 1. Advanced Numerical Methods 1. Applied Engineering Statistics ( ) credits ( ) credits 2. Compulsory Specialized 2. Compulsory Specialized course credits course credits. Elective Course credits. Elective Course credits Year 2 Fall Semester 1. Env. Impact Assessment and Risk Analysis ( ) credits 2. Compulsory Specialized course credits. Thesis ( ) credits Spring Semester 1. Thesis ( ) 6 credits. Graduate Seminar ( ) 0 credits Typical Study Plan for the Non-Thesis Track Fall Semester 1. Advanced Numerical Methods ( ) credits 2. Compulsory Specialized course credits. Elective Course credits Year 1 Spring Semester 1. Applied Engineering Statistics ( ) credits 2. Compulsory Specialized course credits. Elective Course credits Fall Semester Year 2 Spring Semester Graduate Catalog

10 1. Environmental Impact Assessment and Risk Analysis ( ) credits 2. Compulsory Specialized course credits. Elective Course credits 1. Compulsory Specialized course credits 2. Research Project ( ) credits. Graduate Seminar ( ) 0 credits 4. Final Comprehensive Examination 0 Credits ( ) 6. Courses Descriptions Advanced Applied Engineering Mathematics (-0:) Prerequisite: Differential Equations for Engineers (or equivalent) Complex functions, application of conformal mapping, Fourier series and integrations, special functions, Legendre polynomials, Bessel functions, Laplace Transforms and its application to ODE s in engineering practice, Partial Differential Equations Applied Engineering Statistics (-0:) Prerequisite: Introduction to Probability and Statistics (or equivalent) Moments and expectations of functions of single and multiple random variables. Taylor series expansion for approximating mean and variance of functions. Common probability distributions. Extreme Value Theory. Verification of distribution models. Linear and non-linear multiple regression analysis. Nomographs. Design of experiments and analysis of variance. Computer Simulation Buildings, Energy and Health (-0:) Prerequisite: Graduate Standing Solar Radiation, Shading Control, Daylight and Building Design, Human Comfort, Properties of Moist Air, Heat Transfer in Building Structures and Air Change and Natural Ventilation in Buildings Finite Element Methods (-0:) Prerequisite: Structural Analysis 2 (or equivalent) Theoretical basis of the finite element method. Finite element discretization, Formulation of Finite Elements for use in the solution of two-and three-dimensional problems. Plate-bending problems and shell problems. Computer implementations and Applications Advanced Numerical Methods (-0:) Prerequisite: Numerical Methods (or equivalent) Numerical differentiation and integration, Solution of linear and differential 194 College of Graduate Studies & Research

11 equations related to structural engineering, problems in structural dynamics, Initial value problems. Newmark s method. Series methods, finite method and energy methods applied to problems in Civil Engineering Advanced Structural Mechanics (-0:) Prerequisite: Structural Analysis 2 (or equivalent) Studies of stress and strain, failure theories, and yield criterion, flexure and torsion theories for solid and thin-walled members and energy methods Structural Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering (-0:) Prerequisite: Dynamics & Structural Analysis 2 (or their equivalents) Dynamic behaviour of structural systems of one or more degree of freedom; transient, steady state, and modal responses; nonlinear structural response, distributed-parameter systems; analysis and design of earthquake-resistant structures, including simplified seismic code procedures Advanced Behaviour & Design of Concrete Structures (- 0:) Prerequisite: Reinforced Concrete 1 (or equivalent) Study of flexural, shear, torsion, combined forces, creep, shrinkage, deflection, limit analysis and design applied to beams and frames; moment redistribution; yield-line theory of slabs; deflection of two-way edge supported and flat slabs; behaviour and design of brackets, corbels, bearing walls, shear walls and beam-column joints Advanced Structural Steel Design (-0:) Prerequisite: Steel Design (or equivalent) Bolted and welded connections, Building Connections, Rigid Steel frames, elastic and plastic design methods, supports of rigid frames, composite design Advanced Topics in Structural Engineering (-0:) Prerequisite: Graduate Standing and Consent of the instructor Subject matter varies from semester to semester, depending on the interest of the students and the importance of the topic to the region as well as depending on the specialties of the instructor Traffic Flow Theory (-0:) Prerequisite: Transportation Engineering (or equivalent) Introduction to elements of traffic flow theory including principles of traffic stream characteristics, capacity, queuing theory, and shock waves; application of traffic flow theory to freeway and arterial traffic flow problems. Graduate Catalog

12 Applied Traffic Operations (-0:) Prerequisite: Transportation Engineering (or equivalent) Application of traffic simulation models to the design and operations of traffic facilities, including intersection, arterials, and freeways; assessment of traffic signal timing strategies and freeway management and control strategies Urban Transportation Planning (-0:) Prerequisite: Transportation Engineering (or equivalent) Concepts and methods of transportation planning, including network modelling, travel demand forecasting, systems evaluation of multi-modal transportation systems and operations of public transportation systems Intelligent Transportation Systems (-0:) Prerequisite: Transportation Engineering (or equivalent) Concept and implementation of ITS; integrated ITS infrastructure; technical and institutional components of integrated ITS infrastructure; system architecture, instrumentation, communications, and implementation Advanced Topics in Transportation Engineering (-0:) Prerequisite: Depends on Topic Subject matter varies from semester to semester, depending on the interest of the students and the importance of the topic to the region as well as depending on the specialties of the instructor Advanced Concrete Technology (-0:) Prerequisite: Materials for Civil Engineers (or equivalent) Hydration of Portland Cement, Gel formation, Cement paste microstructure, Relationship between pore structure and concrete strength, Curing, Concreting in cold and hot weathers, Introduction to fracture mechanics and failure mechanism, Shrinkage and creep of concrete, Quality control, Underwater concreting Advanced Materials in Construction (-0:) Prerequisite: Materials for Civil Engineers (or equivalent) Advancement in highway and Civil Engineering Materials: light weight aggregates, high performance concrete, modified asphalt mixes (SUPERPAVE), and corrosion protection of metallic structures. Application of composites materials in civil engineering. Mechanical properties, durability and method of testing and compliance with the specifications (AASHTO, ASTM, and BS). Environmental and economical considerations for materials selection Cost Analysis for Construction Projects (-0:) Prerequisite: Graduate Standing Detailed aspects of financial management skills needed by the construction managers. Understanding of costs control and communication with accountants or bookkeepers. Features include explanations of financial documents and cost reports and an overview of bookkeeping fundamentals. 196 College of Graduate Studies & Research

13 Management and Scheduling of Construction Projects (-0:) Prerequisite: Graduate Standing Construction management process; estimating, scheduling, control and administrative functions of construction activities and their relations to project duration; collaboration among the different project participants to ensure project success; safety management and quality control Advanced Topics in Construction and Materials (-0:) Prerequisite: Depends on Topic Subject matter varies from semester to semester, depending on the interest of the students and the importance of the topic to the region as well as depending on the specialties of the instructor Fluvial Hydraulics (-0:) Prerequisite: Fluid Mechanics (or equivalent) Equations of open channel flow; Hydraulics of ephemeral channels flow; Flood routing; Diffusion and dispersion in open channel flow; Bed and suspended sediment transport; Measuring devices; Hydraulic models; Methods of computation Mathematical Hydrology (-0:) Prerequisite: Fluid Mechanics (or equivalent) Classification of hydrologic processes; Analysis of hydrologic data; Modelling of hydrologic data; Simulation and forecasting of hydrologic series; Surface & ground water interactions; Floods & droughts; Use of computer packages Water Resources Planning & Management (-0:) Prerequisite: Fluid Mechanics (or equivalent) Characteristics of water resources systems; Probability concepts in planning; Water resources planning objectives and identification. Water resources planning under uncertainty; Water quantity and quality management; Applications Hydraulic Structures (-0:) Prerequisite: Fluid Mechanics (or equivalent) Dam engineering; River engineering; Diversion works; Pump stations; Coastal engineering Advanced Topics in Environmental & Water Resources Engineering (-0:) Prerequisite: Depends on Topic Subject matter varies from semester to semester, depending on the interest of the students and the importance of the topic to the region as well as depending on the specialties of the instructor. Graduate Catalog

14 Environmental Geotechnology (-0:) Prerequisite: Geotechnical Engineering (or equivalent) Environmental Engineering (or equivalent) General overview of groundwater hydrology, contamination and quality, physical & chemical aspects of fine-grained soils, contaminant transport, sorption, diffusion, hydraulic conductivity, soil-waste interaction, investigation of contaminated sites, remedial techniques and evaluation, flexible membrane, landfill & cap design, slurry walls Advanced Geotechnical Engineering (-0:) Prerequisite: Geotechnical Engineering (or equivalent) Normal Stress and shear resistance between soil particles; soil structure and clay ineralogy; elastic theory; stresses, strains and rheological concepts; stress calculation within soil mass; static and dynamic stress-strain characteristics; drained and undrained shear strength of soils; soil hydraulics; permeability; capillarity and shrinkage; seepage in multi-layered soil; consolidation; dynamic loading of soils Soil Improvement (-0:) Prerequisite: Geotechnical Engineering (or equivalent) Methods of soil stabilization, compaction, dynamic compaction, chemical treatment, compaction piling, stone columns, dewatering, soil reinforcement with stirrups, geomembranes and geogrids, ground freezing, stabilization of industrial wastes Soil Dynamics (-0:) Prerequisite: Geotechnical Engineering (or equivalent) Problems in dynamic loading of soils, dynamic soil properties, liquefaction, dynamic earth pressure, foundations for earthquake and other dynamic loads Advanced Topics in Geotechnical Engineering (-0:) Prerequisite: Depends of Topic Subject matter varies from semester to semester, depending on the interest of the students and the importance of the topic to the region as well as depending on the specialties of the instructor Water Quality Engineering (-0:) Prerequisite: Fluid Mechanics (or equivalent) This unit covers the fundamental principles of water quality and water quality modelling. Applications include surface water and groundwater water quality problems and engineering solutions Wastewater Treatment and Reuse (-0:) Prerequisite: Fluid Mechanics (or equivalent) This course covers the conventional and advanced wastewater treatment processes, including biological nitrogen and phosphorus removal. The course emphasizes water conservation and wastewater reuse in rural and 198 College of Graduate Studies & Research

15 urban areas especially in arid regions. The topics cover the current professional practice and latest developments in the field Unit Operations in Environmental Engineering (-0:) Prerequisite: Wastewater Treatment and Reuse This course is designed to provide students with hands-on experience in environmental sampling and analysis, and building and operating laboratory or field demonstration models for contaminated water, soil and air treatment and pollution control. The models are based on biological treatment technology, physiochemical treatment technology, waste containment and stabilization technology; and water treatment membrane technology Environmental Impact Assessment and Risk Analysis (-0:) Prerequisite: Environmental Engineering (or equivalent) Introduction to environmental law local, regional and international requirements. Environmental planning and policy. Introduction to risk analysis human and environmental health. Concept of the environment and project impacts. Environmental quality and pollution. Evaluation of alternative project proposals. Framework for environmental impact assessment. Impact assessment and analysis. Practical examples and case studies Advanced Topics in Environmental Engineering (-0:) Prerequisite: Depends of Topic Subject matter varies from semester to semester, depending on the interest of the students and the importance of the topic to the region as well as depending on the specialties of the instructor Independent Studies in Civil Engineering (-0:) Prerequisite: Graduate Standing and Departmental Approval The student is expected to carry out an independent study on a current issue in a selected area of Civil Engineering. This study is to be supervised by a faculty member and requires the approval of the department. The student is required to produce a formal report, which will be evaluated by his instructor Graduate Seminar (0-0:0) Prerequisite: Graduate Standing Students are required to attend a minimum of eight seminars by faculty members, visitors and fellow students and submit a summary report after every seminar to their corresponding advisor/supervisor. Each student is required to present at least one seminar (after their first semester in the program) on a timely research topic Research Project (0-0:) Prerequisite: Completion of at least 9 specialized credits The student has to undertake and complete a research topic under the supervision of a faculty member. The project work should provide the student with in-depth perceptive of a particular research problem in his chosen field Graduate Catalog

16 of specialization. It is anticipated that the student be able to carry out his research fairly independently under the direction of his supervisor. The student is required to submit a final report documenting his research Comprehensive Examination (0-0:0) Prerequisite: Completion of all course requirements The comprehensive exam is required from all students who chose to pursue the non-thesis MSc program option and is conducted according to applicable Department, College and University requirements Master Thesis (0-0:9) Prerequisite: Completion of at least 12 credits The student has to undertake and complete a research topic under the supervision of a faculty member. The thesis work should provide the student with in-depth perceptive of a particular research problem in his chosen field of specialization. It is anticipated that the student be able to carry out his research fairly independently under the direction of his supervisor. The student is required to submit a final thesis documenting his research and defend his work in front of a committee. 200 College of Graduate Studies & Research

17 Appendix A Minimum University Admission Requirements for Master s Program A. GPA Requirements: A minimum CGPA of.0 (out of 4.0 point scale or its established equivalent) is required for admission to graduate programs. Probationary admittance may be grated to: A student with CGPA of 2.5 or higher and TOEFL score of 50, or its equivalent using a standardized test approved by the MHESR, may be provisionally admitted to as Master s program provided the following: A student achieves a TOEFL score of 550 by the end of the first semester. The student takes maximum of six (6) credit hours in the first semester during which he/she also takes intensive English whereby they must achieve an average score of B in the credit courses taken. If either provision is not met, the student is dismissed. A student with CGPA between 2.5 and 2.99 and a TOEFL score of 550, or its equivalent using a standardized test approved by the MHESR, can take a maximum of 9 credit hours in the first semester. He/she must achieve a semester average score of B in the credit courses taken to continue in the program. If not the student is dismissed. B. English Proficiency requirement: A TOEFL score of 550, ILETS score of 6.0, or the equivalent of another standardized test approved by the MHESR, is required of all students admitted to a Master s program with the following exceptions: A native speaker of English who has completed his/her undergraduate education in an English medium institution in a country where English is the official language. A student admitted to and graduated from an English medium institution that can provide evidence of acquiring a TOEFL score of 500, or its standardized equivalent approved by the MHESR, upon admission to the undergraduate program. Graduate Catalog

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