About CEAS

The College of Engineering and Applied Sciences (CEAS) is committed to cultivating an inspiring and innovative learning environment that contributes to a culture of lifelong learning driven by the core values of liberal arts education. In its pursuit of excellence in teaching, research and community engagement, the College offers high quality programs in Engineering and Computing.

As Dean of the College of Engineering & Applied Sciences (CEAS), it is my pleasure to welcome you to this innovative environment, where the skills you acquire will help pave the future of a world advancing exponentially with science. Our faculty members combine their excellence in teaching with extracurricular opportunities to engage students beyond the classroom, exemplifying our liberal arts philosophy.
 
Whether you choose to participate in undergraduate research with our experienced faculty members or compete in global events under their mentorship, we look forward to fostering your growth and innovation here at the College of Engineering & Applied Sciences, and beyond.

Dr. Amir Zeid,
Dean, College of Engineering & Applied Sciences

The College of Engineering and Applied Sciences (CEAS) is committed to cultivating an inspiring and innovative learning environment that contributes to a culture of lifelong learning driven by the core values of liberal arts education. In its pursuit of excellence in teaching, research and community engagement, the College offers high quality programs in Engineering and Computing.

The values of the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences are:

  • Excellence: Commitment to high quality teaching and research.
  • Integrity: Commitment to professional standards and ethics.
  • Creativity: Fostering ingenuity and innovation.
  • Collaboration: Encouraging cross-discipline and cross-border partnerships.
  • Professionalism: Reflecting collegiality, leadership, and civic responsibility.

CEAS aims to establish a presence as a leading college recognized locally, regionally and internationally for offering high quality education in different fields of engineering and computing, innovative multi-disciplinary research and the positive contributions of its graduates.

ACCREDITATION BOARD FOR ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY (ABET)

The BE degree program in Computer Engineering is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, the global accreditor of college and university programs in applied science, computing, engineering, and engineering technology.

The BE degree program in Electrical Engineering is accredited by the ABET Engineering Accreditation Commission, the global accreditor of college and university programs in applied science, computing, engineering, and engineering technology.
 

COMPUTING ACCREDITATION COMMISSION (ABET)

The BSc degree program in Computer Science is accredited by the ABET Computing Accreditation Commission, the global accreditor of college and university programs in applied science, computing, engineering, and engineering technology.

Engineering Programs (CPEG/ELEG* only)
(CPEG stands for Computer Engineering Program and ELEG stands for Electrical Engineering Program)
Term: Fall 2019
Date of Report: January 16th, 2020

Enrollment and Graduation Statistics

Declared and Intended Majors AY 09-10 AY 10-11 AY 11-12 AY 12-13 AY 13-14 AY 14-15 AY 15-16 AY 16-17 AY 17-18 AY 18-19 AY 19-20
CPEG 21 77 136 242 329 348 370 357 317 311 272
ELEG 0 0 0 0 20 109 172 250 375 398 398
TOTAL 21 77 136 242 349 457 542 607 682 709 670
Number of Graduating Majors
CPEG - - - 12 40 42 47 46 41 34 48
ELEG - - - - - - - 2 21 37 33
Total - - - 12 40 42 47 48 62 71 81
    
  PERSONNEL
Faculty Members - Academic Count %
Full-time 11 84.6%
Part-time 2 15.4%
Staff – Academic Count %
Instructional Assistants (Full-time) 4 80%
Teaching Assistants (Part-time) 1 20%
Staff – Administrative Count %
Lab Technicians (Full-time)  2 67%
Administrative Assistant 1 33%
           
TEACHING
Majors/Minors Computer Engineering Electrical Engineering
Not Declared - UG Only
Intended^ (Non-Govt. Scholarship) 65 106
Govt. Scholarship 74 78
  TOTAL  139 184
Declared
Non-Govt. Scholarship 85 78
Govt. Scholarship 94 175
  TOTAL  179 253
Minors
Minors (if applicable) - -
Graduates
Awarded* 22 19
^Intended refers to students who reported upon admission an intended major, which does not guarantee major declaration.
*Awarded refers only to students who met all graduation requirements and were awarded a degree for the term indicated in this report.
     
Student Enrollment in Courses  Initial (Census Data) End of Term*
Sections Enrollment Sections Enrollment
CPEG210 4 99 4 95
CPEG220 3 82 3 81
CPEG330 2 39 2 39
CPEG340 2 38 2 38
CPEG350 3 83 3 82
CPEG390 2 50 2 49
CPEG422 1 3 1 3
CPEG430 1 9 1 9
CPEG475 2 37 2 37
CPEG480 1 20 1 20
ELEG220 4 79 4 77
ELEG270 4 87 4 87
ELEG300 1 28 1 28
ELEG310 2 55 2 55
ELEG320 3 81 3 81
ELEG323 2 61 2 60
ELEG330 2 38 2 38
ELEG389 0 0 1 1
ELEG421 1 27 1 27
ELEG470 1 1 1 1
ELEG471 1 15 1 15
ELEG475 2 41 2 41
ELEG480 1 10 1 10
ENGR210 2 54 2 54
ENGR310 3 73 3 73
ENGR330 2 46 2 46
Grand Total 52 1156 53 1147
   
Student Enrollment in Labs  Initial End of Term*
Sections Enrollment Sections Enrollment
CPEG210L 4 95 4 91
CPEG303L 1 1 1 1
CPEG330L 2 35 2 35
CPEG331L 1 28 1 28
CPEG340L 1 25 1 25
ELEG220L 4 84 4 81
ELEG270L 3 81 3 81
ELEG301L 1 18 1 18
ELEG310L 4 61 4 60
ELEG320L 3 72 3 72
ELEG330L 2 36 2 36
ELEG421L 1 13 1 13
Grand Total 27 549 27 541

*Please note that the above items provide the data available at the time the report was ran.

Computing Programs (CS/IS*)
(* CS Stands for Computer Science and IS stands for Inforamtion Systems)
Term: Fall 2019
Date of Report: February 2nd, 2020

The Computing Department was established in Fall 2004 and offered two bachelor degrees, a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BS in CS) and a Bachelor of Science in Information Systems (BS in IS). The Department also offers minors in computer science and information systems. The table below reflects the total student population of the CSIS (i.e. declared and pre-declared CS) per academic year since AY 2013-2014.

CSIS Department enrollment and graduation data.

Major[1] AY-13-14 AY-14-15 AY-15-16 AY-16-17 AY-17-18 AY-18-19 AY-19-20
BS in CS 66 70 88 91 92 81 79
BS in IS 46 44 39 40 36 33 39
Total 112 114 127 131 128 114 118
 
Minor[2] AY-13-14 AY-14-15 AY-15-16 AY-16-17 AY-17-18 AY-18-19 AY-19-20
Minor in CS 0 2 2 5 8 8 9
Minor in IS 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total 1 2 2 5 8 8 9
 
Number of Graduating Majors AY-13-14 AY-14-15 AY-15-16 AY-16-17 AY-17-18 AY-18-19 AY-19-20
BS in CS 10 3 4 7 6 2 4
BS in IS 7 6 4 8 7 0 1
Total[3] 17 9 8 15 13 2 5
[1]Represents the counts of registered students as of the fall semester of each relevant academic year, includes declared & intended (IEP & UG) in CS & IS.
[2] Represents the counts of registered students who are minoring in CS and IS as of  the fall semester of each relevant academic year.
[3] Total refers only to students who met all graduation requirements and were awarded a degree for the term indicated in this report
 
 
Majors/Minors Computer Science Information Systems
Not Declared - UG Only
Intended^ (Non-Govt. Scholarship) 16 9
Govt. Scholarship 23 10
  TOTAL 39 19
Declared
Non-Govt. Scholarship 12 12
Govt. Scholarship 28 8
TOTAL 40 20
Minors
Minors (if applicable) 9 -
Graduates    
Awarded* 4 1
^Intended refers to students who reported upon admission an intended major, which does not guarantee major declaration.
*Awarded refers only to students who met all graduation requirements and were awarded a degree for the term indicated in this report
(as of date of report).