College of Engineering
DAUST College of Engineering’s mission is to educate the next generation of engineering leaders and inventors.
Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
The mission of the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at DAUST is to offer educational programs of the highest quality that will prepare students for leadership positions in the chemical, biochemical, biomedical, and materials industries.
Students from this program develop a firm and practical grasp of engineering principles and the underlying science associated with traditional chemical engineering applications and the analysis of biological systems. Upon completion of their studies, our graduates are well equipped to work in the following fields:
- Process Design Engineer
- Environmental Engineer
- Plant Process Engineer
- Biomedical Engineer
- Quality Control Engineer
Civil & Environmental Engineering
- Transportation engineering
- Construction engineering
- Hydrology and hydraulic engineering
- Geotechnical engineering
- Energy, water, and environmental sustainability
Electrical Engineering & Computer Science
The electrical Engineering and computer Science major applies mathematical and physical principles to a wide variety of electrical, electronic, computer-based devices and systems. Computer science majors learn about computer systems. Instruction includes programming and the theory and design of software.
Graduates from this program work in areas as diverse as:
- Software applications developer
- Computer and communication networks,
- Electronic circuits and systems, Lasers and photonics
- Semiconductor and solid-state devices, nanoelectronics,
- Artificial intelligence, robotics, control and optimization, computer algorithms
- Biomedical engineering, computational biology
- Games and graphics, software engineering
- Computer architecture
- Cryptography and computer security
- Web developer & Computer programmer
Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
The mechanical engineer’s interests encompass the design of automotive and aerospace systems, bioengineering devices, and energy-related technologies.
Our Aerospace concentration prepare engineers for success and leadership in the conception, design, implementation, and operation of aerospace and related engineering systems Graduates with a Mechanical and Aerospace engineering degree find careers in:
- Energy Science and Engineering
- Controls, Instrumentation, and Robotics
- Design, Manufacturing, and Product Development
- Nano/Micro Science and Technology
- Mechanics of Materials
- Aircraft and spacecraft engineering, space exploration
- Air- and space-based telecommunication industries
Minor programs and concentrations are offered in: Data Science, Biomedical, Nanotechnology, Robotics, and Petroleum Engineering.