Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs)

Knowledge and understanding (ILOs):

§  Mastering knowledge of scientific methods for research and development tasks in the field of water technology and understand and know how to resolve multidisciplinary issues of desalination, treatment, and management.

§  Providing students with a deep understanding of the principles and terms/concepts of all water fields, e. g. widening their backgrounds with the necessary prerequisites.

§  Providing students with up-to-date foundations and advanced methods in various domains of Water Technology.

§  Giving the students the opportunity to get experience from the study of water technology to be implemented in different fields.

§  Giving the students the opportunity to get experience from theoretical description and creating appropriate models to study water desalination and treatment technologies and aspects.

§  Allowing students to get practical experience and high skills to study various technologies and methods of synthesis.

§  Providing students with modern techniques and analytical methods in all fields of water technology.

§  Providing students with practical and theoretical application skills in different fields.

Cognitive skills (ILOs)

§  Fostering the university’s mission and vision and working towards their realization.

§  Teaching the importance and significance of water technology for serving safe human life.

§  Enabling students to analyze and identify requirements necessary to work accurately.

§  Assisting students to gain experience in selecting appropriate ways and methods in water technology and help them to obtain essential skills.

§  Teaching the students the knowledge of modern concepts of Water Technology and applications.

§  Deepening the understanding of different, theories, laws, principles, and various systems.

Professional and practical skills (ILOs)

§  Understanding of professional, sustainability and ethical issues.

§  Enabling students to communicate effectively at a personal level and through written reports and oral presentations which utilize professional-quality visual aids.

§  Enabling students to take into consideration contemporary issues and environmental impact of Water Technology.

§  Improving researchers and academics capacities towards dealing with water scarcity, aquifer over abstraction, and water reuse.

§  Enhancing water research innovation towards developing alternatives and creative solutions.

§  Teaching the students to be distinctive in work management successfully and appropriately.

§  Teaching students how to use modern methods and techniques in water technology.

§  Developing of professional skills and appropriate evaluation methods at work.

§  Keeping awareness of scientific development in all areas of water technology.

§  Increasing the ability of using/dealing with water software and simulation methods and modeling.