The Word Of Head
Mision & Vision
About The Department
Curriculum map
Student Outcomes (SOs)
Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)
Student Enrollment and Graduation
Academic schedules
Statistics of the number of graduates

The Word Of Head

Head of Architectural Department : It gives me great pleasure and honor to welcome you to the Architectural Engineering Department (AED) and its high caliber staff members and teaching assistants, Throughout 8 years of excellence, the AED played a proactive role in providing the Architectural, Engineering, and Construction industries with qualified graduates who are capable to contribute significantly in building the nation. The AED is a positive, multidisciplinary and creative environment that helps to equip students with state-of-the-art knowledge and practical skills in Architectural Engineering to address global environmental and technological challenges. It brings students to the fore cutting-edge approaches to architecture, urban planning, and design, landscape architecture, building services, sustainability, construction technology, and management. Finally, I invite you to explore our website and learn more about the department, staff members, and projects.

The Head

Dr. Mona Al-Wazir

Vision & Mission

“The Architecture engineering mission is to provide a high-quality educational experience for undergraduate and graduate students in the areas of architectural, environmental, geotechnical, structural, and transportation engineering and environmental science. The educational experience is accomplished through innovative classroom instruction aided by computer and multimedia-based instruction, laboratory experiences and student mentoring. The products of this experience are engineers and scientists capable of critical thinking, devoted to a lifetime of learning, and highly sought after by employers

Architectural Engineering Department :

Architecture is the art and technique of designing, planning, and constructing buildings and facilities that man utilizes to satisfy his material or spiritual needs through using various different construction materials and methods. Thus, it serves both utilitarian and aesthetic ends. Architecture is a broad field; it includes various fields of knowledge and human sciences, such as mathematics, science, technology, history, psychology, politics, philosophy, social sciences, culture and art in its comprehensive form. Architecture has a close-knit relationship with the areas of urban planning of cities, and the development of strategic plans. It also deals with civil furnishing and interior design. During the design phase, the architect is required to creatively make use of all the available resources and techniques to analyze the contrasting data. Then, he develops a complete and detailed conception of the project, putting into consideration functional, artistic and aesthetic aspects and linking it to the nature, traditions and customs in the region. Finally, he gets an appropriate version of the design reflects the needs of the people who use the place later. He is also required to prepare drawing of various architectural and construction plans to determine the construction method, prepare schedules, cost estimation and construction management. The word "architecture" is also used to include all other designed systems, computer architecture, and software architecture (especially in the field of information technology.)

Curriculum map

The CEE faculty agreed that the BSCEE program would adopt the following seven outcomes published by ABET Inc.:

  1. An ability to identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems by applying principles of engineering, science, and mathematics (Problem Solving).
  2. An ability to apply engineering design to produce solutions that meet specified needs with consideration of public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors (Design).
  3. An ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences (Communication).
  4. An ability to recognize ethical and professional responsibilities in engineering situations and make informed judgments, which must consider the impact of engineering solutions in global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts (Ethics).
  5. An ability to function effectively on a team whose members together provide leadership, create a collaborative and inclusive environment, establish goals, plan tasks, and meet objectives (Team Work).
  6. An ability to develop and conduct appropriate experimentation, analyze and interpret data, and use engineering judgment to draw conclusions (Experimental Techniques).
  7. An ability to acquire and apply new knowledge as needed, using appropriate learning strategies (Knowledge).

The program education objectives (PEOs) for the BSCEE program are built upon the mission statements to provide a high-quality education through the engagement of students via co-op internships, practical experiences and rigorous curriculum. The BSCEE PEOs will generate graduates who:

  1. Succeed in a broad range of careers in industry and graduate/professional school. (Career Opportunities).
  2. Demonstrate leadership, communication and team-building skills. (Leadership and Communication).
  3. Comply with professional ethics codes, understand societal issues and engage in life-long learning for continued professional development. (Life-long Learning) The program educational objectives are discussed with constituents every three years and reviewed and modified, if necessary, during the annual departmental retreat. These constituents include employers, alumni and students.


The registration policy at NHIET relies on academic advisors to check the particular needs of each students and make sure that the appropriate set and sequence of courses are followed. This is supported by a special Academic Advising Module in the web-based student information system (Ibn al-haytham) http://nile.mans.edu.eg/ The academic advisor interface allows the display of the academic plan for the student with the status of each course in order to properly select the courses to be registered. The system checks meeting the prerequisites and the constraints of the maximum number of credit hours that can be registered in a single term. If the student needs to take an out of plan course, then a proper justification should be offered that is checked and approved by the academic advisor then the department chairman before it can be registered using a special paper form. A Table from the Ibn al-haytham academic advising student plan status and registration interface and curriculum chart are shown as follows.

  • Second term schedule
  • Statistical numbers graduate for this section:

    Graduation Year:
    2016/2017 36
    2017/2018 51
    2018/2019 44
    2019/2020 39
    Total section so far:
    Architecture engineering 210 graduates

    Academic teaching staff :

    Name Degree Scientific Department Critical Major
    Dr. Mona Awad Abu Al-Anin Al-Wazir Assistant Professor Architecture Engineering Architecture
    Dr. Mohi El-din Ahmed Mohamed Lecturer Architecture Engineering Architecture
    Dr. Mahmoud Ahmed Desouky Lecturer Architecture Engineering Architecture
    Dr. Abdullah Ali Ismail Garmad Lecturer Architecture Engineering Architecture
    Dr. Sherine El-Shahat Abdel-Baqi Lecturer Architecture Engineering Architecture
    Dr.Ahmed Mohamed Thabet Ali El Din Lecturer Architecture Engineering Architecture
    Dr. Asim Abdul Hamid Muhammad Al-Turki Lecturer Architecture Engineering Architecture
    Dr. Dalia Ali Awad Al-Tramsi Lecturer Architecture Engineering Architecture

    Teaching Associate Staff :

    Name Degree
    Eng. Walaa Abdo Abdel Razek Ali Associate lecturer
    Eng. Ziad Magdy Yahya Ahmed Associate lecturer
    Eng. Mohamed Salah Al-Ashry Associate lecturer
    Eng. Esraa Taher Ahmed Mashali Associate lecturer
    Eng. Marwa El-Sayed Ali El-Sayed Associate lecturer
    Eng. Esraa Barakat Al-Sayed Associate lecturer
    Eng. Samar Ibrahim Abdel Fattah Al-Najjar Demonstrator
    Eng. Basma Majed Ibrahim Demonstrator
    Eng. Rawan Nasser El-Desouky Demonstrator
    Eng. Fatima Ahmed Shaaban Demonstrator
    Eng. Kholoud Reda El-Sayed Demonstrator
    Eng. Sarah Saad Abdel Hamid Demonstrator