The Architecture major at CIC provides a various number of courses in different architectural disciplines, that teach students to highlight and solve problems, improve the built environment, consequently, preparing them for the professional field.
What will I learn?
Architecture major teaches the students to identify the problems, understand their components, and be able to reconceptualize problems as opportunities. Specifically, architecture major teaches how to design/plan various building types (residential-educational-health care…etc.), in addition to, studying history and theory of architecture, building construction, urban design, interior design, and urban planning.
There are several diverse jobs within the architecture program that can be occupied by an architect. Acceptance in these jobs depends on student orientation as well as the years of experience gained by the architect. The following jobs can be employed by the architect: Design Architect, Site Engineer, Urban Design/Planning Architect, Landscape Architect, Procurement Engineer, Quantity Surveying and Contracting Engineer, Site Manager, Interior Design Architect, and lastly, the architect can be appointed as a teaching assistant.
The Architectural Engineering Program of the Higher Canadian Institute for Engineering, in 6th of October, is committed to preparing a distinguished architect through providing an attractive internal environment that ensures the acquisition of the knowledge and competencies necessary for a qualified graduate who is capable of competing in the architectural market with full commitment to the professional ethics and conducting scientific research, to gain the community's trust.
Ph.D in Architecture Engineering, Al-Azhar University, 2014.
M.Sc in Architecture Engineering, Al-Azhar University, 2006.
B.Sc in Architecture Engineering, Al-Azhar University, 2001.
Head of Department Message
The Architectural program at CIC-Zayed campus is based on consolidating actual architectural professional practices. Qualifying students for the job market is the challenge that we always aspire to. The relationship between professors and students in our department is a relationship based on constant and continuous communication. Moreover, the relationship between the students and the tutors is based on continuous mutual dialogues. Eventually, we hope that the students spend time full of architecture, vitality, hope, and optimism.