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DAUST’s program is designed following top Universities in America while meeting the LMD requirements. Curriculum puts emphasis on hands-on learning while exposing students to emerging technologies.


American-style education with an international reputation for excellence
DAUST’s 2-year PREPA program consists of two intensive years of preparatory courses in mathematics, physics, chemical, and biological sciences. These courses are complemented with introductory engineering courses. Students who complete the 2-year PREPA program can choose to either continue their undergraduate degree at DAUST or elect to enroll in one of the top universities abroad.
DAUST undergraduate curriculum consists of both a sequence of courses that encompasses the full five years of a student’s time in the programs and an extensive set of related co-curricular activities. DAUST undergraduate curriculum is designed following the same standard as in top American universities such as Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), California Institute of Technology, Georgia Institute of Technology, Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), and Stanford while putting significant emphasis on teaching laboratories.

Degree Programs

Computer Science

The 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: Artificial Intelligence, Data Science, Software Development, Web Technology, Games and graphics, etc.

Electrical Engineering

The Electrical Engineering major applies mathematical and physical principles to a wide variety of electrical, electronic, computer-based devices and systems. Graduates from this program work in areas as diverse as: Microelectronics, Robotics, Communication, Power & Transmission, etc.

Mechanical Engineering

The mechanical engineer’s interests encompass the design of automotive and aerospace systems, bioengineering devices, and energy-related technologies.. Graduates from this program work in areas as diverse as: Aerospace, Energy, Robotics, Material Engineering, Advanced Manufacturing, etc.


Fall 2021 Academic Calendar

06 - 10 September 2021

Move-in Week

Student Orientation & Registration

06 - 10 September 2021

13 September 2021

First day of classes

01 November 2021

Fall Semester Break

Student Holiday - DAUST offices open

01 November 2021

10 - 14 January 2022

Final Exams Week

All National Holidays are observed by DAUST

Course Catalog

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