The following programs were accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET http://www.abet.org
The mission of the University articulates on three dimensions: the creation of new knowledge (research), the transmission of this knowledge (teaching) and putting this knowledge at the service of the society (service). In order to put this mission into execution, the University positions itself as an establishment of francophone language and culture, which privileges multiculturalism and trilingualism (French, Arabic and English) and adopts innovation and digital transformation. Being accessible to all social classes and communities, and at the service of the nation and the region, it fulfills its social responsibility, advocates for social inclusion and refutes any discrimination. In teaching and research, it promotes issues of sustainable development, primacy of human rights, justice, democracy, dialogue of civilizations as well as issues of meaning. Being open to the international sphere, it is determined to benefit from the extraordinary potentiality that the network of Jesuit and catholic universities present throughout the world.
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 Electrical 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:
Option: Electromechanical Engineering
Option: Industrial Systems
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