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Faculty of Engineering & Technology

History and Objectives

Vision:
Excellence and creativity in the field of academic education, scientific research and innovation locally and regionally.


Mission:

Consolidating the concepts of creativity and innovation in the field of distinguished academic education and applied scientific research to achieve sustainable development and community service through a generation of engineers armed with these concepts within an integrated university environment and in accordance with international and local standards.

Values:
The faculty adopts a set of core values to which faculty members and staff adhere to them, informed by them in their behavior and using them in making their decisions. These values are summarized as follows:
1. Governance and institutional work.
2. Virtue and belonging.
3. Leadership, creativity and innovation.
4. Team spirit.
5. Integrity and transparency.
6. Social responsibility.
7. Diversity and equality.

Main Faculty Objectives:
1. Strengthening strategic planning and governance
2. Deepening knowledge
3. Experimental scientific research
4. Integrated university environment
5. Community development and partnership development
6. Quality and excellence.

Main Strategic Objectives
1. Developing a technological university environment that suits all stakeholders.

2. Developing distinguished academic programs that keep pace with market needs.

3. Leadership in scientific research.

4. Developing community service and national and international partnerships.

5. Achieving sustainable development in various fields.

6. Attracting distinguished students.

7. Attracting distinguished teaching and administrative staff members.

8. Reaching a distinguished position in quality, classifications, and local and international accreditations.


Matrix Linking Strategic Goals to Objectives

​G​oals
​Objectives
4. Developing community service and national and international partnerships.

7. Attracting distinguished teaching and administrative staff members.

​1. Strengthening institutional work.​​​​

​1. Developing a technological university environment that suits all stakeholders.

2. Developing distinguished academic programs that keep pace with market needs.

6. Attracting distinguished students.

7. Attracting distinguished teaching and administrative staff members.
​2. Providing an ideal higher education environment.
​2. Developing distinguished academic programs that keep pace with market needs.

7. Attracting distinguished teaching and administrative staff members.

​3. Deepening science and technical knowledge.



​3. Leadership in scientific research.
​4. Applied scientific research.
​4. Developing community service and national and international partnerships.

​5. Partnerships, community service and development
​6. Attracting distinguished students.

2. Developing distinguished academic programs that keep pace with market needs

8. Reaching a distinguished position in quality, classifications, and local and international accreditations.

6. Quality, excellence and leadership​
​5. Achieving sustainable development in various fields.​
​7. Promoting the principles of sustainable development.​