The following programs were accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET http://www.abet.org
USJ is a teaching and research institution. It promotes excellence and aims to mold its students into the best of the country and region, thereby opening wide the doors of opportunity for them. Not only that, but it also seeks to promote dialogue through biculturalism and plurilingualism, all while remaining a safe haven for reflection and character building.
The Charter requires that all members of the university community be committed to advocating personal freedom while still being open to spiritual engagement. Members of all religious denominations, whose very plurality is idiosyncratic to Lebanese society, are called upon to take part in this advocacy, which implies an underlying theme of mutual respect and knowledge. The Charter also states that USJ serves all members of the community, regardless of social and ethnic distinctions, which explains the importance it accords to maintaining diversity in its faculty and student body. USJ refuses to follow one ideology, opting instead to make it's campuses an open space for dialogue and exchange of information so as long as no freedoms are infringed and no academic activities are disrupted. It hopes to act as leaven to the society it belongs to.
USJ also accords great importance to its “third mission” mentioned earlier: civic engagement. The university is a pioneer in this field, having taken exemplary initiatives such as but not limited to the following:
The « Ecole Supérieure d’Ingénieurs de Beyrouth » (ESIB) of Saint Joseph University is a French-speaking engineering institution of higher education and research serving Lebanon and the region. ESIB provides students with a solid education to acquire high-level scientific and technical skills in several areas of the engineering profession, allowing them to become operational both in design and research as well as on site and in industry. The academic experience of the students goes beyond the acquisition of knowledge in the courses to skill-based learning involving creativity, innovation, cooperation, collaboration with peers and tolerance.
The objectives of the Computer and Communications Engineering program are to graduate students able to:
To graduate, a student must have passed all required courses and must have met the following requirements:
6.1 Preparatory Engineering Classes: (120 ECTS credits)
- Citizen Training
- Philosophy and Religions
6.2 Major Engineering Classes: (180 ECTS credits)
Option: Software Engineering
Option: Telecommunication Networks
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