Bachelor's Degrees in Kuwait

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Bachelor degrees in Kuwait are offered by universities and technical colleges and are granted upon the successful completion of a required curriculum, which normally takes about three years to complete. Notable universities and institutes of technology in Kuwait are located in Kuwait City, Adailiyah, Mishref, and in other locations around Kuwait. Several international universities have established campuses or distance learning opportunities for Bachelor students in Kuwait.

Bachelor programs in Kuwait span a range of disciplines, from the natural sciences to the social sciences, from law to engineering, from the arts to business and everything in between. A sample of business-related Bachelor programs on offer in Kuwait include Human Resource Management, Security and Risk Management, Finance, Marketing and Business Computing.

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3 Results in Bachelor, Kuwait

Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Engineering

Campus Kuwait Kuwait City
August 2014

The objectives of the ELEG and CPEG programs are to graduate students able to communicate effectively with professionals from different areas of specialization; succeed in an electrical/computer engineering career by demonstrating leadership and ability to grow professionally in competence... [+]

Bachelors in Kuwait 2014/2015. Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Engineering The objectives of the ELEG and CPEG programs are to graduate students able to: Communicate effectively with professionals from different areas of specialization Succeed in an electrical/computer engineering career by demonstrating leadership and ability to grow professionally in competence Be able to apply principles of electrical/computer engineering, exhibit critical thinking in problem-solving, and take into consideration ethical and societal impacts Student Outcomes By the time of graduation, ELEG and CPEG students possess: an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering an ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data an ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability an ability to function on multidisciplinary teams an ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility an ability to communicate effectively the broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context a recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning a knowledge of contemporary issues an ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice Admission to the Programs Admission to the Electrical or Computer Engineering program takes place in the 2nd year of the program after the student has completed all required first year program prerequisites with an overall university GPA of 2.70 (B-) or higher on the selected program prerequisites. The program prerequisites are MATH 201, MATH 203, CSIS 120, CSIS 130, PHYS 115, PHYS 116, and CHEM 101. These program prerequisites satisfy all general education requirements in the sciences, mathematics, and computer science fields. A program fee may apply upon certification of the declaration of the major. Transfer equivalencies from ABET accredited programs (http://www.abet.org ) or equivalent will be considered. We also accept transfer from non-accredited programs for the courses that do not fall under the prefixes CSIS, CPEG, ELEG or ENGR. University Degree Requirements (139 credit hours) To receive a Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Engineering, students must complete at least 139 credit hours: General Education Requirements (49 credit hours), composed of: Program Prerequisites (16 credit hours) applicable to General Education Requirements Remaining General Education Requirements (33 credit hours) Program Prerequisites (10 credit hours) not applicable to General Education Requirements Major Requirements (80 credit hours), composed of: Computer Engineering Core (47 credit hours) Computer Engineering Electives (12 credit hours) Related Field Requirements (21 credit hours), composed of: Math (12 credit hours) Entrepreneurship (9 credit hours) Students are required to complete a minimum of 36 credit hours of upper-level courses (300-level or above) at AUK of which at least 18 credits hours need to be taken in the major. Program Prerequisites (26 credit hours) MATH 201 Calculus I (3) [M] MATH 203 Calculus II (3) [M] CSIS 120 Computer Programming I (4) [T] CSIS 130 Computer Programming II (4) [T] PHYS 115 General Physics I (4) [P] PHYS 116 General Physics II (4) [P] CHEM 101 General Chemistry I (4) [P] Major Requirements Students must complete all courses (47 credit hours) listed in the Computer Engineering Core courses, three courses (12 credit hours) from the Computer Engineering course electives, and seven courses (21 credit hours) from Related Field Requirements. The Related Field Requirements component is composed of four Math courses (12 credit hours) and three Management and Entrepreneurship courses (9 credit hours). Dual Degree Program with Dartmouth's Thayer School of Engineering This initiative provides an opportunity for AUK students to go to Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth College for a summer term (preferably sophomore year), and then to return for a 5th year after completing the requirements for the AUK Bachelor of Engineering (BE) degree in Computer Engineering. Upon successful completion of their AUK BE and the 5th year at Dartmouth, students would earn an ABET-accredited BE degree at Dartmouth. The Thayer School of Engineering degree is in General Engineering, (not in Computer Engineering). Thayer is one of the top engineering schools in the United States. It is known for a distinctive curriculum, which emphasizes breadth of engineering training in a highly collaborative learning environment. AUK students admitted to this special program will study with Dartmouth faculty and students in Thayer's state of the art facilities. Admission to the summer program at Dartmouth is based on prior academic performance and recommendation letters. Admission to the 5th year program is based primarily on performance in the summer program at Dartmouth. No more than 10 students annually will be accepted into the program in its first two years; this is subject to admissions criteria. The cap may be adjusted after a trial period of two years. Incoming students will receive program-specific orientation at Dartmouth, and AUK students will have seen substantial amounts of the material for Engineering Sciences 21 (ENGS 21), which will ease their transition. ENGS 21 is essential preparation for the 190-290 sequence of courses students will take upon their return to Dartmouth for the 5th Thayer BE year. [-]

Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical Engineering

Campus Kuwait Kuwait City
August 2014

The objectives of the ELEG and CPEG programs are to graduate students able to communicate effectively with professionals from different areas of specialization; succeed in an electrical/computer engineering career by demonstrating leadership and ability to grow professionally in competence... [+]

Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical Engineering The objectives of the ELEG and CPEG programs are to graduate students able to: Communicate effectively with professionals from different areas of specialization Succeed in an electrical/computer engineering career by demonstrating leadership and ability to grow professionally in competence Be able to apply principles of electrical/computer engineering, exhibit critical thinking in problem-solving, and take into consideration ethical and societal impacts Student Outcomes By the time of graduation, ELEG and CPEG students possess: an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering an ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data an ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability an ability to function on multidisciplinary teams an ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility an ability to communicate effectively the broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context a recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning a knowledge of contemporary issues an ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice Admission to the Programs Admission to the Electrical or Computer Engineering program takes place in the 2nd year of the program after the student has completed all required first year program prerequisites with an overall university GPA of 2.70 (B-) or higher on the selected program prerequisites. The program prerequisites are MATH 201, MATH 203, CSIS 120, CSIS 130, PHYS 115, PHYS 116, and CHEM 101. These program prerequisites satisfy all general education requirements in the sciences, mathematics, and computer science fields. A program fee may apply upon certification of the declaration of the major. Transfer equivalencies from ABET accredited programs or equivalent will be considered. We also accept transfer from non-accredited programs for the courses that do not fall under the prefixes CSIS, CPEG, ELEG or ENGR. University Degree Requirements (139 credit hours) To receive a Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Engineering, students must complete at least 139 credit hours: General Education Requirements (49 credit hours), composed of: Program Prerequisites (16 credit hours) applicable to General Education Requirements Remaining General Education Requirements (33 credit hours) Program Prerequisites (10 credit hours) not applicable to General Education Requirements Major Requirements (80 credit hours), composed of: Computer Engineering Core (48 credit hours) Computer Engineering Electives (11 credit hours) Related Field Requirements (21 credit hours), composed of: Math (12 credit hours) Entrepreneurship (9 credit hours) Students are required to complete a minimum of 36 credit hours of upper-level courses (300-level or above) at AUK of which at least 18 credits hours need to be taken in the major. Program Prerequisites (26 credit hours) MATH 201 Calculus I (3) [M] MATH 203 Calculus II (3) [M] CSIS 120 Computer Programming I (4) [T] CSIS 130 Computer Programming II (4) [T] PHYS 115 General Physics I (4) [P] PHYS 116 General Physics II (4) [P] CHEM 101 General Chemistry I (4) [P] Major Requirements Students must complete all courses (48 credit hours) listed in the Electrical Engineering core courses, three courses (9 credit hours) from the Electrical Engineering course electives, two labs (2 credit hours) from the Electrical Engineering lab electives, and seven courses (21 credit hours) in Related Field Requirements. The Related Field Requirements component is composed of four Math courses (12 credit hours) and three Management and Entrepreneurship courses (9 credit hours). Electrical Engineering Core Courses (48 credit hours) ELEG 220 Electric Circuits (3) ELEG 220L Electric Circuits Laboratory (3) ELEG 270 Electronics (3) ELEG 270L Electronics Laboratory (1) ELEG 300 Engineering Electromagnetics (3) ELEG 310 Electric Machines and Power Fundamentals (3) ELEG 310L Electric Machines Laboratory (1) ELEG 320 Signals and Systems (3) ELEG 320L Signals and Systems Laboratory (1) ELEG 330 Power System Analysis (3) ELEG 330L Power Systems Laboratory (1) ELEG 421 Control Systems (3) ELEG 475 Senior Design Capstone I (3) ELEG 480 Senior Design Capstone II (3) CPEG 210 Digital Logic Design (3) CPEG 210L Digital Logic Design Laboratory (1) CPEG 220 Computer Organization and Architecture (3) CPEG 350 Data Communication and Computer Networks (3) ENGR 330 Engineering Economics (3) CSIS 210 Data Structures and Algorithms (3) Electrical Engineering Course Electives (9 credit hours) and Lab Electives (2 credit hours) The three Electrical Engineering course electives (9 credit hours) and lab electives (2 credit hours) should be selected, in consultation with the academic advisor, from 200-level or higher CPEG, ELEG, and/or ENGR courses. The electives should be chosen according to the following rules: At least two of the course electives should be an ELEG course. At least one of the lab electives should be an ELEG lab. At least two of the course electives should be 300-level or higher courses. Course electives are restricted to the following: ELEG 389 Special Topics in Electrical Engineering ELEG 400 Environmental Aspects of Energy Systems ELEG 411 Electric Drives ELEG 412 Renewable Energy Systems ELEG 423 Instrumentation ELEG 470 Internship in Electrical Engineering ELEG 471 Power Electronics ENGR 200 Engineering Design ENGR 389 Special Topics CPEG 201 Matlab Programming CPEG 330 Microprocessors & Interfacing CPEG 340 Embedded System Design CPEG 389 Special Topics in Computer Engineering CPEG 422 Digital Signal Processing CPEG 441 Hardware/Software Co-Design CPEG 450 Network Security CPEG 455 Wireless Networks and Mobile Systems CPEG 460 Robotics Lab Electives are restricted to the following: ELEG 421L Control Systems Laboratory ELEG 423L Instrumentation Laboratory ELEG 471L Power Electronics Laboratory CPEG 330L Microprocessors & Interfacing Laboratory CPEG 340L Embedded System Design Laboratory [-]

Gulf Studies Certificate Program

Campus Kuwait Kuwait City
August 2014

The Gulf Studies Certificate Program is designed for visiting students or non-degree-seeking students who wish to spend a semester at AUK focusing on regional history, politics, society, culture, and the arts. Students are required to take a total of 4 courses (12 credit hours) from the courses... [+]

Gulf Studies Certificate Program

Bachelors in Kuwait 2014/2015. The Gulf Studies Certificate Program is designed for visiting students or non-degree-seeking students who wish to spend a semester at AUK focusing on regional history, politics, society, culture, and the arts. Students are required to take a total of 4 courses (12 credit hours) from the courses recommended by the Director of the Center for Gulf Studies. Students are asked to contact the director for current course listings. All courses must be completed with a grade of "C" or better. Not all courses may be available every semester. As new courses are developed, more choices will become available for certificate electives. For students with no background in Arabic, ARAB 102 or ARAB 201 (Arabic as a Second Language I or II) is recommended. For students with a background in Arabic, ARAB 215 (Arab Composition I) or ARAB 205 (Arab-Islamic Civilization) is recommended. It is recommended that students choose courses applicable to the Gulf Studies Program in both the humanities (including the following prefixes: ARAB, ART, COMM, ENGL, and MUSC) and in the social sciences (including the following prefixes: HIST, IR, PLSC, and SBSA) in consultation with the Program Lead and/or in consultation with their academic advisor.... [-]