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ACADEMIC FACULTIES

The mission of the Faculty of Science & Literature at AUCE is to provide outstanding education to its undergraduate and graduate students in accordance with the principles of the AUCE mission.

Objectives & Career Opportunities
The mission of the Faculty of Science & Literature at AUCE is to provide outstanding education to its undergraduate and graduate students in accordance with the principles of the AUCE mission. The Faculty aims to maintain an environment that promotes innovative thinking; values mutual respect and diversity; encourages and supports scholarship; instills ethical behavior; and engenders life-long learning. The faculty of Science and Literature has two departments: Computer Science department & Literature department.

Computer Science Department
Computer Science is the study of computers and the science of computing and algorithms. The main goal of the discipline is to build a systematic body of knowledge, theories, and models that explain the properties of computational systems, and to demonstrate how this body of knowledge can be used to produce solutions to real world Problems.

At the American University of Culture and Education, the program is oriented toward software and the languages and methods used to program the computer rather than the design and manufacture of hardware. The program is designed to ensure an adequate foundation in computer science fundamentals, science, and mathematics, and to ensure appropriate preparation in advanced computer science. 

English Literature Department
English Literature Department offers BA degrees in TEFL – Teaching English as Foreign Language & Translation. These inclusive programs are chosen under educational quality control and with a lucrative care. The focus is on crystallizing the learning standards and matching practical relevance to the curriculum. The purpose behind these degrees is to prepare students to become professional English Language instructors, to easily get started on a successful TEFL career, to prepare students become professional and well-qualified translators who are quite knowledgeable about the international standards of translation and interpretation.

  1. Computer Science
  2. Computer Communications
  3. Translation
  4. English Language (TEFL)

The Faculty of Business at AUCE offers a carefully structured Bachelor’s Degree program, designed to give our students the skills and knowledge base that will allow them to reach their goals.
Objectives & Career Opportunities

The Faculty of Business at AUCE offers a carefully structured Bachelor’s Degree program, designed to give our students the skills and knowledge base that will allow them to reach their goals. The program trains graduates for many types of organizations – everything from small to large sized businesses to government departments and international organizations. One key focus is international and intercultural business, ensuring that our graduates have the competitive edge they will need to succeed in a global marketplace.

As a student in the Faculty, you will take courses that cover all major fields of business administration including management, marketing, human resource management, communications, accounting, finance and operational research, strategic Management, Quality Management… Through this well-rounded education, you will strengthen your ability to think critically, communicate clearly, exercise sound judgment and make effective business decisions.

Majors:

  • Business Management
  • Human Resources Management
  • Marketing & Advertising
  • Banking & Finance
  • Accounting
  • Economics
  • Management Information Systems
  • International Hospitality Management
  • International Tourism Management

At no other time in history has visual communication been as omnipresent as it is at the beginning of the 21st century.

All facets of our daily life are impacted on by art and design as images, fashions, styles and symbols, carried by modern means of mass communication, move around the globe at a faster rate and greater volume than ever before.

This has increased the power of the visual and the image in culture and society. As a result, career opportunities in art and design are

increasing in number and diversity. They involve activities as diverse as designing the interior of a restaurant, building a website, creating a logo, exhibiting art, working in an art gallery or the creative department of an advertising agency or illustrating a children’s storybook to name a few.

The faculty of ARTS integrates theoretical and practical knowledge so that the skills and strategies you acquire are relevant to pursuing a career after you graduate. Our teaching methodology is based on hands-on learning where you learn by doing. Our teaching and learning activities are based on ‘real’ design problems so that you develop the skills and strategies to become successful designers. In addition, our instructors are all currently working in the fields of art and design which means what you learn is relevant and market driven.

 Majors:
Fine Arts
Interior Design
Graphic Design

MBA program

The Master in Business Management (MBA) program is geared towards students having a BBA or any equivalent diploma, and who are motivated to further pursue their specialized studies.

INTRODUCTION
The MBA curriculum at AUCE American University of Culture and Education has brought together a dynamic mix of bright students with initiative and talents to meet emerging challenges and seize business opportunities. A qualified business faculty team has contributed its professorial skills to instruct and facilitate the learning of MBA students, holding the promise to keep the AUCE American University of Culture and Education MBA on the leading edge of quality and ideas as all work hand by hand with students to accomplish their personal and professional goals.

The MBA program is geared towards students having a BBA or any equivalent diploma, and who are motivated to further pursue their specialized studies.
The program is spread over two academic years, and structured around 39 credits, 6 of which are dedicated to the Project.

GENERAL MBA OBJECTIVES
The objective of the Master in Business Management (MBA) is to graduate professionals capable of:

  • Developing and enriching knowledge of management thinking, current concepts, principles and practice,
  • Broadening and supporting participants experiences and expertise,
  • Improving skills in a range of business activities through practical achievements underpinned by academic thinking and research,
  • Improving personal effectiveness, knowledge and skills,
  • Broadening and enhancing career development,
  • Improving status,
  • Offering a stimulating and intellectual experience,
  • Meeting specific market needs.


CONCENTRATIONS
The MBA program provides the following concentrations:

  • Management Concentration
  • HRM Concentration
  • Marketing and Advertising Concentration
  • Accounting and Finance Concentration

 

MSc program

The Master of Science (MS) program is geared towards students having a BS or any equivalent diploma, and who are motivated to further pursue their specialized studies.

INTRODUCTION
The Master of Science (MSc) program in Computer Science at AUCE aims at encouraging students to explore the new trends in Software Engineering, Data Computing, Networking and IT project planning. Students are also given ample opportunity to develop their written and oral communication skills.
Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things Networks, Cyber Security and other hot topics are at the core of our MS program. Professional faculty team in addition to experts from outside AUCE aim to provide the MS students with the fundamental and technical knowledge in the computer science domains in order to make them ready for both pursuing their advanced academic degree and to be highly qualified experts who lead and develop projects.
The program is spread over two academic years, and structured around 39 credits, 6 of which are dedicated to the thesis.

The MS courses can be split into four categories:

  • Software engineering
  • Networking
  • Data Science
  • Project Management and Ethics


OBJECTIVES
The objective of the Master of Science is to graduate professionals capable of:
Demonstrating a strong knowledge of Computer Science including computer programming, data science, IT security and advanced networking.
Designing and developing computing-based solution using the principles of computer science theory and software development.
Being effective team member or leader and functioning with ethical responsibility.
Demonstrating the ability to give reasoning and write technical reports.

The Freshman Program at AUCE follows the American educational system, and is considered equivalent to the Lebanese Baccalaureate Part II. It is offered to all Lebanese or non-Lebanese students who qualify for admission into this program. Freshman students are required to complete a minimum of 30 credits in either the Freshman Arts program or the Freshman Sciences program. The Freshman programs are designed in compliance with the Ministry of Education Equivalence Committee’s specifications.

The Freshman Program requires a minimum of 30 credits distributed among the following. One course may not be used to meet two separate requirements.

Area A: Language (6 credits)
Two English courses will be assigned based on your English test scores upon admission.
ENG 140               Freshman 1        (3)
ENG 160               Freshman 2        (3)
ENG 220               Advanced Academic English       (3)
ENG 260               Advanced Writing Research       (3)

Area B: Natural Sciences (3 credits)
Choose one of the following courses:
SCI 200  Ecology & Evolution       (3)
SCI 210  Physics (3)
SCI 250  Environmental Science (3)

Area C: Social & Behavioral Sciences (9 credits)
Choose three of the following courses:
PSY 101                Introduction to Psychology         (3)
SOC 101                Introduction to Sociology            (3)
PSY 201                Social Psychology            (3)
PSY 210                Career & Life Skills         (3)

Area D: Mathematics (3 credits)
Choose one of the following courses:
MAT 100              College Algebra       (3)
MAT 101              Calculus 1                (3)

Area E:  Humanities/History (6 credits)
Choose two of the following courses:
HTY 101                World History                  (3)
HTY 252                Middle East History        (3)

Area F:  Life Skills (3 credits)
Choose two of the following courses:
PSY 210                Career & Life Skills         (3)
HED 210               Health Education             (3)

The Freshman Arts Program should be completed during the first year of admission into the university.
Upon successfully completing 30 credits as listed above, students are eligible to move to sophomore status.
It is the responsibility of the students to equate their Freshman Class.

FRESHMAN SCIENCES PROGRAM
AUCE Requirements for Freshman Sciences Program
The Freshman Program requires a minimum of 30 credits distributed among the following. One course may not be used to meet two separate requirements.

Area A: Language (6 credits)
Two English courses will be assigned based on your English test scores upon admission.
ENG 140               Freshman 1        (3)
ENG 160               Freshman 2        (3)
ENG 220               Advanced Academic English       (3)
ENG 260              Advanced Writing Research       (3)

Area B: Natural Sciences (9 credits)
Choose three of the following courses:
SCI 200  Ecology & Evolution       (3)
SCI 210  Physics (3)
SCI 250  Environmental Science (3)

Area C: Social & Behavioral Sciences (3 credits)
Choose three of the following courses:
PSY 101                Introduction to Psychology         (3)
SOC 101                Introduction to Sociology            (3)
PSY 201                Social Psychology                         (3)
PSY 210                Career & Life Skills                       (3)

Area D: Mathematics (6 credits)
Choose two of the following courses:
MAT 101              Calculus 1            (3)
MAT 102              Calculus 2            (3)

Area E:  Humanities/History (3 credits)
Choose one of the following courses:
HTY 101                World History                  (3)
HTY 252                Middle East History        (3)

Area F:  Life Skills (3 credits)
Choose one of the following courses:
PSY 210                Career & Life Skills         (3)
HED 210               Health Education             (3)

The Freshman Sciences Program should be completed during the first year of admission into the university.
Upon successfully completing 30 credits as listed above, students are eligible to move to sophomore status.
It is the responsibility of the students to equate their Freshman Class.

“The International Hospitality Academy t is committed to providing domestic and international students, with hospitality/tourism management education of superior quality at the undergraduate, graduate, vocational or continuing education levels.” 

 AUCE Hotel School /International Hospitality Academy -IHA:
“The International Hospitality Academy  is committed to providing domestic and international students, with hospitality/tourism management education of superior quality at the undergraduate, graduate, vocational or continuing education levels.” The Academy has created an industry simulated, technologically equipped learning environment where learning takes place in mock hospitality industry settings.

International Hospitality Management/International Tourism Management: 

  1. Hospitality Operations
  2. Food & Beverage Operations
  3. Culinary Arts Operations
  4. Tourism Marketing & Services
  5. Human Resources
  6. International Professional Certificate Program / One year Program-ICM, UK:
  7. Rooms Division Management
  8. Culinary Arts- Food Production
  9. Culinary Arts – Pastry
  10. Professional Chef
  11. Food & Beverage Operations
  12. Event Management
  13. Hospitality Human Resources
  14. Tourism Marketing & Services
  15. Tour Guide
  16. Tailor-made Training Programs / 2 weeks – 4 months:
  17. Chef Trainings
  18. Hospitality Operations
  19. Food & Beverage Operations
  20. Human Resources
  21. Airports
  22. Travel & Tourism Operations
  23. Customer Care & Quality Services
  24. Hospitality & Tourism Technical Languages
  25. Hospitality & Tourism Information Technology Trainings
  26. Seminars & Workshops 2 – 3 Days: Management & Human Resources
  27. Hospitality & Tourism – Culinary Arts 
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