The Architecture major at CIC provides a various number of courses in different architectural disciplines, that teaches students to highlight and solve problems, and improve the built environment, consequently, preparing them for the professional field.
The major objectives of the Architecture Program are to prepare a competitive architect who has the needed skills and professional competencies to accomplish the architectural labor market needs with the ability to apply emerging concepts of design from different fields, integrate knowledge from multiple disciplines and use the critical thinking and analytical technique.
What will I learn?
Architects must have a diverse range of learning competencies, talents and skills in order to complete their education and successfully enter the career field. Although many required skills can be learned in college, some skills, such as the ability to imagine a future project and design a sustainable and eco-friendly project that compatible with the state’s future plans and its sustainable development goals.
There are basic types of architects. Within each career path there are multiple positions possible, depending on the size of the company in which you are employed. Here are types of architects, followed by specific architecture careers within each: Project Manager/ Sustainability Consultant/ Design Architect/ Technical Architect/ Interior and Spatial Designer/ Construction manager/ Higher Education Academic Staff/ Landscape Architect/ Architectural Technician.
Architecture program discipline undergoes certain limitations to have the best and unique architect, through providing an encouraging environment that enhances him to build up his skills and his competencies to gain the ability to conduct advanced scientific research. In order to be qualified in a perfect way, coping with the labor market needs, according to the nation and international norms, fulfilling the society's needs.
• Master of Science in Architecture Engineering, Cairo University, 2005.
• B.Sc. of Architectural Engineering, October High Institute for Engineering and Technology, 1999.
Head of Department Message
The department’s goals come from the institute’s goals and vision, aimed to serve the community and create a highly qualified graduate who is capable of challenging the architecture market, distinguished by his capabilities in solving problems and inventing creative designs with the possibility of preserving the surrounding environment.