The foundation program offers a unique opportunity for high school students who wish to engage in an internationally collaborative environment centered around critical thinking research and writing, computer productivity and mathematical foundations, preparing you for direct entry into the undergraduate program of your choice at Curtin University Dubai. You will take modules based upon your targeted undergraduate major and can choose from a range of specialised topics in business, arts and media and information technology.
The foundation program offers a unique opportunity for high school students who wish to engage in an internationally collaborative environment centered around critical thinking research and writing, computer productivity and mathematical foundations, preparing you for direct entry into the undergraduate program of your choice at Curtin University Dubai. You will take modules based upon your targeted undergraduate major and can choose from a range of specialised topics in business, arts and media and information technology.[/vc_column_text]
In this course you will examine inventory management, global sourcing, purchasing, manufacturing, location planning, shipping and logistics, and the processes and systems that support these functions. If you don’t have a background in Supply Chain Management, this course will give you the information you need to work in this exciting field. If you are already experienced in Supply Chain Management, this course will sharpen your skills based on leading edge research in Supply Chain Management. As part of this course you will undertake real life case studies so that you not only know the theory but also know how to apply it in real world scenarios. Whether you are in the public or private sector, this course will help you develop and manage the most efficient and effective global supply chain.[/vc_column_text]
Develop the skills required to lead multinational businesses across the globe as you gain knowledge and expertise
needed to advance in the field of international business and management. This program focuses on strategy, management, decision making and business, providing graduates with skills needed for advanced managerial careers in global businesses. It provides insights into international organizations and their operations and also helps graduates to manage domestic teams in multicultural environments. It includes study and team projects across a range of relevant, internationally focused topics such as strategic management, partnerships and networks in a global environments.
Acquire global business knowledge and the analytical skills you need to accelerate your career. You can take the Master of Business Administration (Global) directly after completing a bachelor degree in any discipline. The one-year course* starts with an orientation program, introducing you to the faculty and industry advisors, and demonstrating the importance of effective engagement and building relationships in the global market. You will then study up to 14 units, across the areas of core business knowledge, global practice and analytical practice.
The focus on global markets and practices helps you to understand a variety of cultural business practices. You will learn to work independently and in teams, and develop your leadership skills through work-integrated
learning and mentorships. An international study trip to observe different industries in a global setting is also included in the tuition.
Modern civilisation is dependent upon electrical energy and electronics and the future of civilisation is dependent on the development of sustainable sources of electricity and advances in electronics. Electrical engineers will be needed to develop and maintain sustainable sources of electricity and the power distribution systems that will store and transmit that electricity to where it is needed worldwide. Since the 1950s the pace of growth in electronics has been accelerating. The demand for efficient and more powerful electronic devices has continued to grow and is forecasted to continue growing for the foreseeable future. Electronic engineers will be in high demand to continue to design and build computers, smartphones, and other personal electronics for consumers as well as control systems and
components for industrial systems.
The conception, design, manufacturing, maintenance and management of systems, ranging from micromechanical devices through to massive power-generating turbines, are all within the scope of mechanical engineering. Modern air and ground transport systems, and thermal power generation are a few key examples of mechanical engineering accomplishments. Mechanical engineering is one of the classic engineering disciplines, understood and recognised all around the world. It is also one of the broadest engineering disciplines, meaning that as a graduate of this course, you will have developed versatile skills that will suit many areas of employment.
This course is fundamentally oriented to provide learning and skills development opportunities with hands-on experience. You will learn how to apply your knowledge and skills to invent or develop solutions to a wide range of exciting and challenging problems in industry. In your final year you will undertake an individual design/research project. You will also complete at least 480 hours of engineering work experience in order to graduate.
This course will prepare you for a career in the exciting field of Cyber Security. In recent years, cyber-attacks have caused untold damage to businesses and governments and all projections indicate that this will be increasing for the foreseeable future.
In this course you will learn Cyber Security from many aspects including securing hardware, networks, operating systems, and data. You will learn about data encryption, cyber forensics, and network intrusion detection by working on real life case studies ensuring that you are career ready when you graduate.
This course will provide you with the skills and knowledge you need for a successful career in the rapidly evolving information and communications technology industry. In your first year, you will develop your programming skills and study the fundamental theoretical knowledge of computing. Topics covered will include C++, Java, Linux and object oriented programming. From your second year, you will specialise in the Information Technology stream. In this stream, you will learn the technological and applied aspects of computing, with less emphasis on theory. You will study system programming, software design and engineering, networking (including the internet and the web), artificial intelligence for decision support and graphics.[/vc_column_text]
This course has been designed to help you fully understand computer network design and development technologies so you can pursue career opportunities in this rapidly expanding field. The course integrates current developments in wired and wireless networking, offering a comprehensive view of the industry. You will develop skills in network design and management, the convergence of IT and telecommunications, embedded systems, computer hardware and software, real-time systems and IT technical support. Your focus will be on the design and support of distributed computer and telecommunications networks.[/vc_column_text]