The College of Engineering
Welcome To the Faculty
It is of my great pleasure to welcome you to the Faculty of Engineering at Mutah University. Our Faculty is one of the oldest engineering faculties in Jordan. It was established in 1984 with four faculty members. The Faculty has grown since that time to become one of the largest faculties in the university. Currently, a total of 67 faculty members and about 50 of supporting and technician staff with a wide spectrum of research and industrial experience who are involved in well-structured undergraduate and postgraduate programs. Since that time, the number of students increased sharply year by year to reach 3000 students enrolled in six different departments.
The Faculty offers Bachelor Degree of Science (B.Sc.) in Electrical, Mechanical, Civil, Chemical, Computer and Industrial Systems Engineering with the completion of 163 credit hours of multidisciplinary subjects, and eight weeks of field training. In addition, the Faculty offers Masters Degree (M.Sc) in five programs: MSc in Engineering Management, MSc in Telecommunications Engineering, MSc in Renewable Energy, MSc in Mechanical Engineering, and MSc in Water and Environmental Engineering. Additionally, the Faculty provides short courses, workshops, and consulting services in different fields of engineering through the University Southern Center for Studies and Continuing Education (SCSCE) to extend its services to community by participating in meetings, councils, committees, and conferences in both public and private sectors.
Moreover, our Faculty has excellent reputation among Arabic and Jordanian Engineering Faculties through graduating qualified engineers who proved themselves in local, regional and international job markets. Nowadays, the Faculty is working on strategic plan for its academic programs to be accredit by the Qٍ Quality assurance and by the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of ABET of the United States of America in order to maintain its excellence in engineering education in Jordan and the region.