DAUST undergraduate curriculum consists of both a sequence of courses that encompasses the full five years of a student’s time in the program and an extensive set of related co-curricular activities.
5 Year Engineering Degree
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.
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.
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.
2 + 2 Joint Bachelor Degree with the University of Nebraska
DAUST’s 2-year PREPA program consists of two intensive years of preparatory courses in Sciences & Foundation of Engineering. After completion, student elect to complete their degree at DAUST or enroll in one of the top universities abroad.