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The College offers the following programs:

First: PhD programs taught English for full time students:

1.      Civil Engineering

2.      Electrical & Computer Engineering

3.      Mechanical Engineering

4.      Industrial Engineering

5.      Petroleum Engineering

6.      Chemical and Process Engineering

For details Please contact : tasneem@squ.edu.om / karboshi@squ.edu.om


Minimum admission Requirements:

1.    The applicant should have a master's degree in Engineering from Sultan Qaboos University, or from any recognized university.

2.     A Cumulative Grade Point Average of not less than 3.00 on a 4 point scale or equivalent in any other system and the Deanship of Postgraduate Studies will make the assessment for equivalency acceptance.

3.     Applicant must be full -time student for 4 years.

4.     The applicants should submit a astatement on the objectives and goals of the research proposed.

5.    Three letters of reference , at least 2 from academics, to show competences in the discipline of interest and research capabilities

6.    Achieve Band (6) in IELTS Academic with a minimum of 5 in each of it components or (550) in the TOEFL paper-based or (213) in TOEFL through the computer or (79) in the TOEFL through the Internet.

7.     Pass the interview held by the department   (if necessary)

8.     Applicants must have completed all requirements for the Master’s degree.

9.     Applicants with a Master degree in Computer Science can apply for Electrical and Computer Engineering.



For Master's program please go to the next tab.

 
 

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Second: Master’s programs are taught in English for full-time and part-time students:

1.      Civil Engineering

2.      Civil Engineering (Water Resources)

3.      Civil Engineering (Environment)

4.      Electrical & Computer Engineering in the following specializations:

-         Power Systems & Energy

-         Electronic Instrumentation & Control

-         Communication & Signal Processing

-         Computer System & Networks

5.      Mechanical Engineering

6.      Industrial Engineering

7.      Petroleum & Natural Gas Engineering

8.      Geomatics Engineering

9.      Chemical and Process Engineering 


Minimum admission Requirements:

1.     Applicants should have a Bachelor of Science or a Bachelor of Engineering from Sultan Qaboos University or from any recognized university in the major applied for.

2.      Candidates from other disciplines in Engineering or Science may be asked to attend additional bridging courses before starting the program. Some of the courses may be offered in the morning.

3.      A Cumulative Grade Point Average of not less than 2.75 on a 4 point scale or its equivalent in another system and the Deanship of Postgraduate Studies will make the assessment for equivalency acceptance.

4.      Work experiences is a must for candidates with Cumulative Grade Point Average between 2.74 and 2.5 in the Bachelor's degree.

5.      Achieve Band (6) in IELTS Academic with a minimum of 5 in each of its components or (550) in the TOEFL paper-based or (213) in TOEFL through the computer or (79) in the TOEFL through the Internet.

6.      Pass the interview held by the department. (if necessary)

7.     Applicants, as part-time students for Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering must provide a statement from their employers approving their full-time release for at least two days per week for the duration of the Master's program.

8.      Applicants, as part-time students for Civil Engineering, Water Resources, Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Engineering and Electrical & Computer Engineering programs, must provide a statement from their employers approving their full-time release for three months during the second year for the Thesis/Project work.

8.     Applicants must have completed all requirements for the Bachelor’s degree.



 

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