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Architectural Engineering Department

Overview

The program was established with the aim to produce graduates who are able to compete in the local market with distinct skills...

Mission

  • The mission of the Architectural Engineering (AE) Program is to offer quality education based on art, humanistic and engineering sciences; and to advance students’ critical thinking, use of technology, and concerns for community, environment, and sustainability in order to produce qualified graduates with research and leadership skills. 

Student Outcomes

  • SO 1. an ability to identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems by applying principles of engineering, science, and mathematics
  • SO 2. an ability to apply engineering design to produce solutions that meet specified needs with consideration of public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors
  • SO 3. an ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences
  • SO 4. an ability to recognize ethical and professional responsibilities in engineering situations and make informed judgments, which must consider the impact of engineering solutions in global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts
  • SO 5. an ability to function effectively on a team whose members together provide leadership, create a collaborative and inclusive environment, establish goals, plan tasks, and meet objectives
  • SO 6. an ability to develop and conduct appropriate experimentation, analyze and interpret data, and use engineering judgment to draw conclusions
  • SO 7. an ability to acquire and apply new knowledge as needed, using appropriate learning strategies

Program Educational Objective

  • PEO-1: Function successfully in the many fields of architectural engineering practice

  • PEO-2: Serve the society through providing solutions for architectural engineering problems while upholding necessary professional and social ethics.

  • PEO-3: Seek life-long professional development through self-learning, postgraduate studies, training and workshops

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Calculus I Math 101
Credit Hours 4
Requisite Math 002
Subject
General Physics I PHYS 101
Credit Hours 4
Requisite Math 002
Subject
General Chemistry CHEM 101
Credit Hours 4
Requisite
Subject
First Year Composition ENGL 101
Credit Hours 4
Requisite ENGL 005
Subject
Calculus II Math  102
Credit Hours 4
Requisite Math  101
Subject
General Physics II PHYS 102
Credit Hours 4
Requisite PHYS 101
Subject
Introduction to Report Writing ENGL 102
Credit Hours 3
Requisite ENGL 101
Subject
Introduction to Computing for Engineers CS 141
Credit Hours 3
Requisite
Subject
Introduction to Engineering Drawing ENGG 103
Credit Hours 1
Requisite
Subject
Geology GEO 144
Credit Hours 3
Requisite
Subject
Humatities, Arts and Language Elective GHAL xxx
Credit Hours 3
Requisite
Subject
Differential Equations MATH 201
Credit Hours 3
Requisite Math 002
Subject
Introduction to Architecture Design & Graphics AE 211
Credit Hours 2
Requisite ENGG 103
Subject
History of Architecture AE 213
Credit Hours 4
Requisite
Subject
Statics and Dynamics ENGG 203
Credit Hours 4
Requisite PHYS 101
Subject
Technical Writing ENGL 201
Credit Hours 4
Requisite ENGL 102
Subject
Islamic Culture GIAS 101
Credit Hours 3
Requisite
Subject
Calculus III MATH 202
Credit Hours 3
Requisite
Subject
Architectural Design I AE 212
Credit Hours 3
Requisite AE 211
Subject
Applications of CAD & BIM Systems AE 222
Credit Hours 2
Requisite AE 211
Subject
Building Construction, Materials & Technology I AE 232
Credit Hours 2
Requisite AE 211
Subject
Thermodynamics ME 201
Credit Hours 3
Requisite PHYS 102, MATH 102
Subject
Strength of Materials CE 212
Credit Hours 3
Requisite ENGG 203 or CE 201**
Subject
Summer Field Experience I (Optional) AE 294
Credit Hours 1
Requisite -
Subject -
Fluid Mechanics AE 301
Credit Hours 3
Requisite ENGG 203, ME 201
Subject
Architectural Design II AE 311
Credit Hours 3
Requisite AE 212
Subject
Building Construction, Materials & Technology II AE 331
Credit Hours 2
Requisite AE 232
Subject
Mechanical Systems in Buildings AE 343
Credit Hours 4
Requisite ENGG 203
Subject
Structural Analysis CE 311
Credit Hours 4
Requisite CE 212
Subject
Arabic Language Skills GIAS 102
Credit Hours 3
Requisite
Subject
Building Construction Documents AE 332
Credit Hours 3
Requisite AE 331
Subject
Electrical Systems & Illumination in Building AE 342
Credit Hours 3
Requisite PHYS 102
Subject
HVAC Systems AE 344
Credit Hours 3
Requisite AE 301
Subject
Reinforced Concrete Design CE 312
Credit Hours 3
Requisite CE 311
Subject
Statistical Methods for Engineers STAT 342
Credit Hours 3
Requisite MATH 102
Subject
Social Sciences Elective GSOS xxx
Credit Hours 3
Requisite -
Subject -
Summer Field Experience II AE 394
Credit Hours 1
Requisite -
Subject -
Architectural Design III AE 411
Credit Hours 3
Requisite AE 311
Subject -
Construction Economy AE 461
Credit Hours 3
Requisite AE 212
Subject -
Steel Design CE 413
Credit Hours 2
Requisite 3
Subject
Capstone Project I AE 491
Credit Hours 1
Requisite Senior Status***>= 98
Subject
Professional Elective I AE 4xx
Credit Hours 4
Requisite Depends on Topic
Subject
Diversity and Multiculturalism Elective GDMC xxx
Credit Hours 3
Requisite -
Subject
Projects Management AE 462
Credit Hours 3
Requisite -
Subject
Capstone Project II AE 492
Credit Hours 3
Requisite AE 491
Subject
Professional Elective II AE 4xx
Credit Hours 3
Requisite Depends on Topic
Subject
Professional Elective III AE 4xx
Credit Hours 3
Requisite Depends on Topic
Subject
Islamic Studies Elective GIAS xxx I
Credit Hours 3
Requisite -
Subject

Career Opportunities

  • Assistant Architectural Engineer  
  • Lead/Chief Architectural Engineer 
  • Supervising Architectural Engineer 
  • Architectural Consultant Engineer

Program Statistics

University Of Prince Mugrin - Male campus

FPH5+XV6,

Al Aqool, Medina 42241,

Saudi Arabia
Tel: 920000238

University Of Prince Mugrin - Female campus

FPH5+XV6,

Al Aqool, Medina 42241,

Saudi Arabia
Tel: 920000238