Vision and Mission


The Control and Instrumentation Engineering (CIE) program at the Control and Instrumentation Engineering Department has multidisciplinary objectives in engineering education. CIE builds on a judicious integration of various scientific and engineering fields so as to achieve its global objective of accomplishing optimum productivity through an optimal use of the available resources. The CIE department’s CIE program aims to prepare students to use their problem-solving skills to tackle technological issues in a variety of engineering systems and to be a lifelong learner up-to-date with the latest scientific and technological advances in the field.

The main thrust of this revision is to keep up with the main objective of graduating engineers who can carry out analysis, design, evaluation, and implementation of modern control and instrumentation systems for key local/regional industries.


  • To become a well-recognized worldwide center of excellence in education, research, and community service in the area of Control and Instrumentation Engineering.


The mission of the Control and Instrumentation Engineering program is to provide high-quality education, research and community services in the areas of Control and Instrumentation. Specific components of the mission are:

  • To provide a high-quality, state-of-the-art education in Control, Automation, and Instrumentation Engineering that produces professionals capable of performing jobs in their fields of specialization at the highest level of quality, competitiveness and professionalism.
  • To conduct research that expands knowledge in the areas of Control, Automation, and Instrumentation and to provide a high-quality graduate program that gives students a solid foundation in their areas of specialty.
  • To provide industry with a high-quality professional training, applied projects, and consultation services in the area of Control, Automation, and Instrumentation that is up-to-date and competitive worldwide.