The School of Engineering, Applied Science & Technology offers three Bachelor of Science degree programs in specialized fields that are experiencing significant growth: Network Engineering, Telecommunications Engineering, and Computer and Networking Engineering Technology. These programs deliver a combination of theoretical and practical learning, set in world class laboratories equipped with the latest technologies mirroring engineering schools in North America. Faculty are also involved in delivering the CISCO Networking Academy program.
Senior students from the School of Engineering, Applied Science & Technology have the opportunity to conduct research within the Canadian University Dubai Office of Research Services, which partners with engineering research centers in Canada. This allows students to work on active research projects with Canadian academics and also paves the way for graduate level study in the field of engineering in a network of the top universities in Canada.
Queen's University 2+2 program
The School has a unique collaboration arrangement with Ontario-based Queen's University to enable CUD students to transfer their studies to the Queen’s Bachelor of Computing (Honours) degree in the Faculty of Arts and Science. The initiative is based on a 2+2 pathway program, where qualified students will move to Queen’s after completing the second year of their degree at CUD.