Degrees: Bachelor Civil Engineering (B.CE)
Bachelor Electrical and Electronics (B.EEE)
Bachelor Architecture (B.ARCH)
Duration of Study:
• Bachelor Civil Engineering (B.CE): Five years (10 semesters / 190 credit hours)
• Bachelor Electrical and Electronics (B. EEE): Five years (10 semesters/183 credit
The Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE) department aims to produce highly competent professionals who will excel in meeting the challenges to serve the society.
The mission of the department is to enhance the position of the EEE Department as one of the top teaching and research departments in Sudan by providing the highest quality teaching and learning environment for the students and thus producing the competent and compassionate EEE graduates fully equipped to achieve the highest personal and professional standards for the overall development of the university and of the country. Moreover, the department is dedicated to attracting and sustaining a cluster of faculty members who are, through their quality teaching, research and service, devoted to the development of compassionate EEE graduates.
The Architecture and Building Technologyd department strives to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of architectural education to provide students with knowledge and experience to enable them to design architectural projects with emphasis on local and regional contemporary architectural styles.
• Phase One: Semesters 1 and 2 in all departments (B.CE /B.EEE /B.ARCH) cover the university requirements and mathematics, physics, chemistry and computer science. • Phase Two: Semesters 3 to 5 includes in-depth studies in computer science with introductions in disciplines-specific courses (drawing, mechanics, construction, concrete, electrical systems, electronic devices and circuits, power generation and transmission, architectural design, sustainable materials, codes and standards etc..,) • Phase Three: Semesters 6-10 cover engineering technology implementation on building economics, advanced structural systems, construction safety, highway and bridge construction, quantity surveying, hydrology, environmental engineering, soil properties, digital communications, signal processing, advanced electronic circuits, artificial intelligence, automation.
A student interested in joining the Faculty of Engineering, has to:
1. Obtain pass mark in in seven subjects including: Arabic language, religious studies, English language, mathematics, physics, chemistry, computer or engineering sciences. International students who have not studied Arabic and religious studies may have more alternative subjects from an approved list of subjects published in the webpage of Ministry of Higher Education.
2. Achieve the percentage in Sudan School Certificate announced every year (International students may
have 10% less in the School Certificate scores.
3. Apply electronically though the website of the Admission and Accreditation Office, Ministry of Higher Education, or apply directly in Admission Office in the National University, and pass the health examination, aptitude tests and interview at the Faculty of Engineering .
Sudanese students…15,000 SDG
Stategy and methods
A full overview of the course outline and detailed specific objectives can be found in the Curriculum Manual and Faculty of Engineering prospectus.
Civil Engineering A Sudanese graduate of the Faculty of Engineering with BSC (CE) knows that it is the oldest and one of the most important branches of engineering profession all over the world and that is due to the fact that civil engineering is related to almost all aspects of civilization. Many of the important things in our lives that we take for granted are the product of civil engineering. Civil engineer deals with a wide variety of engineering aspects such as designing, construction, and maintenance of different structure (buildings, embankments, storage tanks, dams, roads, water and wastewater networks, irrigation and drainage networks, etc.), solving execution problems, managing engineering and construction projects, and it just does not end there. Civil engineer also has a significant role in planning and managing transportation systems, terrific safety, conservation and development of water resources, treatment and reuse of wastewater, and the list extends. The civil engineering curriculum in National University – Sudan is set to serve the broad range activities of the profession. It is designed to fulfill the student’s need of sufficient and balanced content of different civil engineering topics. The graduate can go in any one of the above areas, and be immediately enrolled in jobs. A graduate may choose to obtain masters or PhD in the subspecialties of civil engineering. International students are allowed to take engineering jobs in Sudan.
Electrical and Electronic Engineering A graduate from the Faculty of Engineering with B.Sc (EEE) will aquire a unique mix of electrical, electronics and computer related courses enabling the students to take-up a professional career / higher studies in any of these areas. Broad range of topics covered includes Electrical Circuits, Electrical Machines, Control Systems, Measurements & Instrumentation, Power Generation, Distribution & Transmission, Analog & Digital System Design, Power Electronics, Microprocessors, Computer Architecture, Data Structures, Digital Signal Processing, Communication Systems, Renewable Energy Systems and Illumination Technology etc. The curriculum will be updated periodically to reflect changes in the Electrical & Eltronic Engineering profession in consultation with experts from industries and other renowned academic institutions. The graduate can go in any one of the above areas, and be immediately enrolled in jobs. A graduate may choose to obtain masters or PhD in the subspecialties of civil engineering. International students are allowed to take engineering jobs in Sudan.
Architecture and Building Technology Architecture arises from same origins as other universal manifestations of material culture. However, the artifacts designated as architecture possess a scale, permanence and a pervasive influence unique among human endeavors. These qualities give the discipline a cultural prominence that few other professions enjoy. Therefore, the study of architecture is concerned with complex, interdisciplinary issues. Some matters are primarily individual and practical: the basic human need for shelter and the desire to contrive efficient, adequate forms for the patterns of daily life. Architecture also serves a higher purpose, expressing the living values of a culture. It gives form, order and proportion to human activities. The practice of architecture today requires coordinated contributions from a variety of fields. Consequently, the study of architecture at National University, Sudan investigates principles and applications of technology, art, humanities, engineering, physical and social sciences, business and management. The Bachelor of Science degree in Architecture & Building Technology degree is intended for students seeking a professional career in architecture. The curriculum is designed to meet the requirements to prepare the graduate for professional practice. Sudanese and international graduates enjoy the availability of jobs in public and private companies or pursue their own business. They may continue postgraduate education in masters and PhDs to teach in colleges of Architecture.