I am delighted to welcome you to the website of the College of Engineering, and we invite you to join our diverse and purposeful educational programs. Our aim is to prepare proficient graduates in various engineering disciplines who are capable of competing in local and regional job markets, leading comprehensive and sustainable development, and driving innovation and creativity forward

The College of Engineering was established in 1984, initially beginning with the military wing. However, in 1991, the main campus of the college was established in the civilian wing and the college expanded its admission to include civilian students.

The College of Engineering has witnessed significant and continuous development in terms of introducing new programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Currently, the College of Engineering has seven academic departments. All these departments offer a Bachelor's degree in various fields of engineering in addition to that it offers a Master's degree programs. The following table illustrates the current departments of the college and the programs included at the Bachelor's and Master's levels:


Students enrolled in all engineering programs will study a total of (163 CHs) as a minimum limit to fulfill the requirements of a BSc. The requirements for the Master's degree program at Mutah University are determined by a total of 33 credit hours.

The College of Engineering at Mutah University has become one of the largest colleges within the university, comprising a total of 79 faculty members with various academic ranks, as well as 43 staff, engineers, and technicians. Faculty members possess extensive experience to elevate the college to be among the top engineering colleges in the region.

Currently, the number of students in the college of engineering reaching a total of 1893 students, including 1793 undergraduate students and 100 students enrolled in postgraduate studies across different departments.

The College of Engineering Deanship works towards advancing research excellence, innovation, and scholarly contributions in the field of engineering. The deanship of the college emphasizes the importance of establishing new international cooperation opportunities that have a positive impact on the college's progress. At our college we already established partnerships with numerous donor and supporting entities for scientific research, including such as: USAID, GIZ, JICA, Erasmus+, Scientific Research and Innovation Funding (MOHE - Jordan).

Engineering students have access to various support services aimed at enhancing their academic success, personal development, and career readiness. Some of the support services available to engineering students at Mutah University include: Student Chapters: (The IEEE student chapter, American Concrete Institute (ACI-Mu) student chapter, Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) student chapter), Engineering Labs, Study Zones and Facilities, Academic Advising services, Disability Support Services.  

The college granted an excellent reputation among Jordanian and Arab engineering colleges by graduating qualified engineers who have proven their competence in the local, regional, and international job markets.

The college of Engineering is working on a strategic plan for its academic programs to be accredited by the international accreditation committee (ABET), in order to maintain its excellence in engineering education in Jordan and the region. Now, we are in the final process of seeking ABET accreditation for two of our programs Electrical Engineering and Chemical Engineering. Simultaneously, we are actively working towards achieving ABET accreditation for the remaining programs offered by our college. We have already started preparing for this goal and will continue our efforts in the coming year.



Dean of the Faculty of Engineering:

Prof. Jamal Bani Salameh

E-mail:     jbanisal@mutah.edu.jo      

Tel.  0096232372380, ext. 6125, 6126