Bachelor of Automative Engineering/Co-operative

  • About

    The Automotive Engineering program gives students with a passion for motor vehicles the specialized expertise they need to become professional engineers in the fast-moving automotive industry.
    Graduates will have a broad range of automotive skills such as vehicle diagnosis and maintenance chassis design as well as future mobility concepts such as electric propulsion and hybrid systems.
    Graduates of this program will also be able to contribute to all aspects of the automotive industry and will be excellent trouble-shooters. This cooperative program combines theory with practice within its study modules as well as through extended industrial training courses in which students will do 20 credit hours around 7 months of hands-on training in the local market. In the rapidly evolving automotive industry demand for engineers with the technical and managerial skills to excel is on the rise.
    Hence this program is an excellent opportunity for those who would like to become leaders in the automotive market.

  • Objectives and Outcomes

    Upon successful completion of the curriculum students should be able to:‎
    ‎•‎ Practice automotive engineering confidently in areas such as diagnosis and maintenance design ‎manufacturing safety and other emerging areas in the automotive industry.‎
    ‎•‎ Present themselves as highly trained automotive professionals.‎
    ‎•‎ Pursue advanced education research and development and other creative efforts in science and ‎technology.‎
    ‎•‎ Participate as leaders in activities that support society and enhance the economics of the ‎region.‎
    ‎•‎ Conduct themselves in a responsible professional and ethical manner.‎
    ‎•‎ Solve and formulate complex engineering problems.‎

  • Career Opportunities

    ‎•‎ Car dealerships, and sales centers, including specialists in spare parts, service advisors, technical ‎support engineers, maintenance managers, sales engineers, and others.‎
    ‎•‎ The Ministry of Transport and Communications, Vehicle Licensing Departments, Public Transport ‎Drivers Training Centers, and others.‎
    ‎•‎ Industrial schools and universities locally offer academic opportunities in general.‎
    ‎•‎ Giving graduates the opportunity to start a business and be self-employed

    ‎•‎ Car manufacturing companies.‎
    • Research centers
    ‎•‎ Original parts manufacturers, and equipment manufacturers who manufacture automotive-related ‎products.‎
    • Academic circles
    ‎•‎ Formula teams and many others.‎

  • Campus

      • Tulkarem.