American University of Technology (AUT): Majors

AUT Since traditional methods of education are no longer compatible with today’s requirements for success in professional life, AUT has adopted the student-centered active learning method of education which includes cooperative, team-based, problem-based and other innovative techniques of learning. This type of learning serves one of the goals stated in the Mission of the University as it promotes such skills as data search and analysis, critical and creative thinking, decision making and team work.

AUT graduates who have studied under such methods of learning will not only acquire knowledge but will also work in a way that ensures a continued growth in knowledge and ability to apply what they know in order to gain a successful entry to the third millennium professional world.

The programs offered by The AUT University are meant to provide students with an in-depth knowledge of the concentration studied as well as a solid foundation in English and communication skills essential to function efficiently in today’s world. 

The Undergraduate programs require the students to have earned the Baccalaureate certificate or its equivalence. Each program of undergraduate studies is divided into the following components:

University Requirements

Core Requirements

Concentration Requirements

The Faculties that exist at AUT are the following:

Faculty of Business(Details)
Undergraduate programs in :

- Accounting
- Finance
- Marketing and Advertising
- Business Management
- Business Computing
- Hospitality Management
- Transport and Logistics Management

Graduate programs in:

- MBA -
- MS in Finance -
- Master of Economics of International Tourism

Faculty of Arts and Humanities(Details)
Undergraduate programs in :

- Graphic Design -
- Interior Design -
- Communication Arts:
Audio Visual Arts *
Radio TV *
Journalism *
Public Relations *

Faculty of Applied Sciences(Details)
Undergraduate programs in :

- Computer Science
- Information Technology
- Computer and Communication Science
- Water Resources and Geo-environmental Sicence
- Nutrition
- Environmental Health
- Mechanical Engineering ( University of Dayton )
- Electrical Engineering (University of Dayton )
- Civil Engineering (University of Dayton)