A. Knowledge - Theoretical Understanding

On the completion of this program, graduates will be able to

K1) Concepts and theories of mathematics and sciences appropriate to the renewable energy engineering discipline.

K2) Professional ethics and impacts of engineering solutions on society and environment.

K3) Business and management principles relevant to engineering

Teaching and Learning Methods

  1. Face-to-face lectures, tutorials, and discussion.
  2. Direct students to self-learning through textbooks, library, e-library, and research papers.
  3. Generate debate and dialogue in the classroom.

 

Assessment Methods

  • Quizzes, midterm, and final exams.
  • Assignments, reports, and presentations.
  • Students’ participation in lectures; Drills, Quizzes, Tutorial discussion.

 

B. Knowledge - Practical Application

On the completion of this program, graduates will be able to:

K4) Design and evaluate manufacturing of components and equipment related to electrical power and machines

K5) Use and test renewable energy equipment based systems in terms of general quality attributes

Teaching and Learning Methods

  1. Face-to-face lectures, tutorials, and discussion.
  2. Using illustrative examples in the lectures.
  3. Learning through laboratory work and assignments.
  4. Imitate real-world practices during lectures and labs and practice role playing.

 

Assessment Methods

  • Lab tests, quizzes, midterm, and final exams.
  • Assignments, reports, and projects.
  • Problems solving discussion and activities.

C. Skills - Generic Problem Solving and Analytical Skills

On the completion of this program, graduates will be able to:

S1) Analyze the performance of electric power generation, control and distribution systems

S2) Analyze the performance of the basic types of internal combustion engines and

hydraulic machines

 

Teaching and Learning Methods

  1. Face-to-face lectures, tutorials, and discussion.
  2. Offering case studies according to the nature of the offered course, and offer them opportunities for presenting solutions that deem appropriate to solve a specific problem.
  3. Use brainstorming to discuss several scenarios.

 

Assessment Methods

  • Unseen written quizzes, midterm, and final exam.
  • Case studies.
  • Coursework, assignments, and projects.
  • Group discussion and presentations

 

D. Skills - Communication, ICT, and Numeracy

On the completion of this program, graduates will be able to:

S3) Communicate effectively as an individual, in teams and in multi-disciplinary settings together with the capacity to undertake lifelong learning.

 

Teaching and Learning Methods

  1. Face-to-face lectures, tutorials, and discussion.
  2. Offering case studies according to the nature of the offered course, and offer them opportunities for presenting solutions that deem appropriate to solve a specific problem.
  3. Use brainstorming to discuss several scenarios.

 

Assessment Methods

  • Unseen written quizzes, midterm, and final exam.
  • Case studies.
  • Coursework, assignments, and projects.
  • Group discussion and presentations

 

E. Competence: Autonomy, Responsibility, and Context

On the completion of this program, graduates will be able to:

C1) Demonstrate the ability to communicate findings to peers, senior colleagues and general audiences through formal methods

 

Teaching and Learning Methods

  1. By using case studies in the areas of specialization.
  2. Student’s assignment to study the real field and providing reports.
  3. Through encouraging class dialog during lectures.
  4. Small group (teamwork) with presentation.

 

Assessment Methods

  • Assignments, report and presentation.
  • Internship Jury.
  • Group work activities.
  • Final year project Jury.

 

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