Generic Learning Outcoms
Program learning outcomes 
The Architectural engineering department at HU implements the students-center learning approach. The objectives of the Bachelor Program in Architectural Engineering at HU are to integrate knowledge-based and skill-based pedagogies in a balanced manner to graduate responsive architects. Therefore, the objectives of the Bachelor of Architectural engineering program are translated into number of learning outcomes and competences based on T-MEDA program. These outcomes are directly related to the profession of architecture, the way in which it is practiced, and the knowledge components necessary for such a practice. The competence according to Tuning is a broad concept that represents a dynamic combination of knowledge and understanding at different levels, skills and abilities, attitudes and values. Two types of competences that every graduate of an architecture program should attain are developed by T-MEDA. The generic list of competences, which are competences that should be obtained by every university graduate, and the second, was called the specific list of competences these are competences related to the particular field of study. Students are expected to acquire all these competences in order to achieve acceptable proficiency in their field of study.
T–MEDA Generic Competences
Ability to:
1. Manage time effectively.
2. Communicate orally and in writing with different audiences.
3. Maintain continuous education.
4. Have critical thinking, analysis and synthesis.
5. Identify and resolve problems.
6. Make logical decisions.
7. Work in an interdisciplinary team.
8. Lead effectively.
9. Work autonomously.
10. Maintain quality of work.
11. Act ethically with social responsibility.
12. Apply knowledge in practical situations.
13. Communicate in a second language.
14. Be innovative and creative.
15. Be flexible and adapt to different situations.
16. Empower others.
17. Search for information from a variety sources.
Commitment to:
18. The protection and preservation of the environment.
19. Human rights.
20. Health and safety procedures.
21. The preservation of cultural heritage and values.
22. Organizational skills.
23. Sense of dedication.
24. Respect for diversity and multiculturalism.
25. Skills in the use of information and communication technologies.
26. Initiative.
27. Self-motivated.
28. Assertive.