Program name: English Bachelor Program of Engineering
Study Level: Undergraduate
Program leader: Tavzarashvili Kakhaber
Study language: English
Qualification: Bachelor of Engineering
Program capacity: 240
Program permission: English language B1 level (70%) and other legislative requirements, namely citizens of Georgia should successfully pass Unified National Entrance Examinations. Foreign high-school graduates who received complete general education abroad or its equivalent and the last two years of complete general education had studied abroad or students who lived abroad for the last two or more years and who are currently studying abroad in higher educational institutions recognized by the legislation of the host countries will be able to enter the program without passing Uniform National Entrance Examinations according to Order №224/N of the Minister of Education and Science of Georgia (December 29, 2011).
Program goals: The goals of the program are to provide quality general education in the engineering, well-grounded in the fundamental principles of science, mathematics and engineering; to foster innovation; to develop the ability to analyze, synthesize, and design electrical and compute systems; After graduating student will be able to write some codes for engineering problems, do some measurements and tests by using of knowledge in general physics, mathematics, statistics, will be able to design and analyse some analog and digital circuits, antennas. He will be able to design, analyse and solve problems concerning computer networks (Cisco CCNA).
Methods for Attaining Learning Outcomes:

Methods for achieving knowledge and understanding

  • Lectures and seminars
  • Working with textbooks
  • Discussion
  • Demonstration
  • Laboratory working
  • Usage of video and audio products
  • Interactive studies

Methods for developing skills or abilities for practical use in real life

  • Practical study
  • Laboratory working
  • Team work
  • Solving of a problem
  • Producing (small) more complicated research under the supervision

Methodology for developing judgment skills or abilities

  • Critical analysis
  • Presenting and defending debatable topics
  • Problem solving tasks
  • Literature analysis
  • Critical assessment of own work
  • Constrictive criticism

Methods for developing learning skills or abilities

  • Working with textbook
  • Searching required literature electronically and in library

Methods for developing communication skills or abilities

  • Writing assignments
  • Presentation
  • Verbal and oral methods
Learning outcomes:
Knowledge and understanding
Graduate will be able to:
    • Know and understand mathematics, science and engineering principles;
    • Know and understand physics, including mechanics, electromagnetism, molecular physics, optics and modern physics with quantum theory;
    • Know and understand mathematics through differential and integral calculus, typically including differential equations, linear algebra, complex variables, and discrete mathematics;
    • Know and understand basics of computer science, Office software, programming with C++, Engineering software (LabView, MathLab) ;
    • Know and understand engineering necessary to analyze and design complex electronic devices, software, and systems containing hardware and software components, as appropriate to program objectives;
    • Know and understand contemporary engineering issues.

  • Applying knowledge
    Graduate will be able to:
    • Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering principles for solving problems;
    • Identify, formulate and solve problems encountered in the practice of electrical, telecommunication and computer engineering;
    • Work individually and in team;
    • Design and conduct experiments according to pre-instructions;
    • Use the techniques, skills and modern engineering tools necessary for electrical, telecommunication and computer engineering practice;
    • Design and realize electrical components, systems, or processes to meet desired needs and realistic constraints.
    • Write simple computer programs with pre-instructions;

  • Making judgments
    Graduate will be able to:
    • Analyse theoretical and numerical results of various engineering, physical and mathematical problems;
    • Design and conduct experiments to compare the theoretical and experimental results;
    • Analyse quantitative and qualitative results of a research.

  • Communications skills
    Graduate will be able to:
    • Function on multidisciplinary teams;
    • Present own vision in writing as well as to make presentation using modern technology in subject areas;
    • Use appropriate terminology during a presentation;
    • Explain or tell appropriate information to the specialists as well as other interested individuals;
    • Participate in discussion;
    • Present detailed analysis of the result in writing;
    • Communicate fluently in Georgian and in English in subject areas;
    • Use electronical communication at academic level.
    • Find information by using modern telecommunication technologies.

  • Learning skills
    Graduate will be able to:
    • Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning;
    • Strive for continuous professional development by improving knowledge and skills appropriate to each chosen career path and by managing increasingly complex contemporary issues, products, and systems;
    • Search required literature electronically and in library for future professional development;

  • Values
    Graduate will be able to:
    • Consider engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental and societal context;
    • Consider liberal-democratic attitudes expressed by respecting individual and property;
    • Consider correct attitude towards physical and intellectual properties. Consider personal and collective responsibilities.
  • Date of approval: 10-31-2012
    Approval protocol number: 38-12
    Date of program update: 08-31-2016
    Update protocol number: 31/16
    Program details: After completing the core program (180 ECTS) the rest of credits (60 ECTS) student can choose from:
    • one of the elective program concentrations (42 ECTS) and free credits;
    • free credit from other program concentrations in accordance with preconditions or other English Language Programs.

    Program elective concentrations are:
    • Engineering physics (42 ECTS)
    • Telecommunications (42 ECTS)
    • Computing (42 ECTS)
    Teaching Process Characteristics: The length for undergraduate studies is defined as 4 years or 8 terms. University Study Day is divided in lectures (lessons).The lecture consists of several (two, three or four) parts (theoretical part, practical – seminar, lab), each of length - 60 minutes. At the University groups (classes) are formed as from 25 or 50 students. The minimum number of students per group is 10. If during the registration less than 10 students registered, the University reserves the right not to open the group.

    University Core

    CodeSubjectECTSSemester
    HIST1120EIntroduction to World History6 1
    KART1220EAcademic Writing6 1
    BUSN1210EBasics of Business and Economics6 2
    HIST1230EIntroduction to the History of Georgia6 2

    Credits sum:

    24

    Program Core

    CodeSubjectECTSSemester
    EENG1120EFundamentals of Electronicss6 1
    MATH1121EPrecalculus6 1
    EENG2213EFundamentals of Computer Engineering6 2
    MATH1115ECalculus I6 2
    EENG1103EPhysics 1 (Mechanics)6 3
    EENG2101EEngineering Mathematics I6 3
    EENG2110ECircuit Analysis6 3
    INFO1111EIntroduction in Programming (C++)6 3
    MATH1166ECalculus II6 3
    EENG1204EPhysics 2 (Electricity and Magnetism)6 4
    EENG2202EEngineering Mathematics II6 4
    EENG2212EAnalog Electronics6 4
    INFO3131EObject Oriented Programming C++6 4
    EENG2105EPhysics 3 (Thermodynamics, Waves & Optics)6 5
    EENG3113EDigital Electronics6 5
    INFO3110EComputer Network I6 5
    INFO4259EData Structures and Algorithms6 5
    EENG2211ESemiconductor Fundamentals6 6
    EENG3115EEngineering Electromagnetics6 6
    EENG4129EAntenna theory and design6 6
    EENG3114Signals and Systems6 7
    EENG3220ELabView Programming6 7

    Credits sum:

    132

    Program Elective

    CodeSubjectECTS
    ENGL1110General English I6
    KART1141Georgian, as a second language I6
    MATH1121EPrecalculus6
    ENGL1120General English II6
    KART1241Georgian, as a second language II6
    INFO1133EMS office6
    EENG3219EComputer Modeling of Engineering Problems6
    EENG4133EComputer Organization6
    EENG4134EModern Operating Systems6
    EENG3217EModern Physics6
    EENG3222ESoftware Engineering6
    INFO3210EComputer Networks II6
    EENG3216EMicroprocessors6
    EENG3218ESystem Modeling and Control6
    EENG3221EMicrowave Circuit and System Design6
    EENG4124EElectromagnetic Compatibility6
    EENG4235EComputer Security6
    EENG4236EPractice 112

    Credits sum:

    114









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    Evaluation system


    Weekly review

    36 point / 36%;

    Research Paper

    10 point/ 10%;

    Midterm exams

    24 point / 24%;

    Final exam

    30 point / 30%


    Point GPA The university assessment   The general assessment in Georgia
    97-100 4,00 A+ A Excellent
    94-96 3,75 A
    91-93 3,50 A-
    87-90 3,25 B+   Very good
    84-86 3,00 B B
    81-83 2,75 B-  
    77-80 2,50 C+   C good
    74-76 2,25 C
    71-73 2,00 C-
    67-70 1,75 D+   D Satisfactory
    64-66 1,50 D
    61-63 1,25 D-
    51-60 1,00 E E Sufficient
    Not passed
    41-50   FX FX Insufficient
    <40   F F Failed



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