- Fees / Price TBA
- Duration 33 Credit Hours
- Locations GJU Sakhr Al Ahmasi Jordan
Enterprise Systems Engineering (ESE) is a multidisciplinary approach combining systems engineering and strategic management to address methods and approaches for aligning system architectures with enterprise business rules and the underlying IT architecture. Development and implementation are consistent with enterprise strategic objectives, and enterprise system capabilities with the perse complex subsystems.
This program is designed to use the systems engineering life cycle as a framework for linking outcome-based engineering analysis and decision making with enterprise strategic objectives, addressing methods and tools for managing complexity, determining measures of effectiveness, and assessing return on investments from an engineering perspective.
The ESE master’s programme is funded by the MSC.ESE TEMPUS Joint Project, aiming at designing a comprehensive and unique curriculum. A study has been conducted by Princess Sumaya University for Technology (PSUT) and the German Jordanian University (GJU), as partners in the MSC ESE project, to investigate the needs for graduates in the field of ESE in Jordan.
The Curriculum of the programme has been designed in accordance with the results of the conducted study and covers four main fundamentals in the field of ESE: Common Knowledge, Development, Operation and Application. This conforms with the mission and vision of both universities in developing and offering quality education. As a result, the justifications of offering the Master’s degree in ESE can be summarized as follows:
- The number of engineering and Information Technology graduates in Jordan are relatively high. However, such graduates do not have direct knowledge of the business environment due to a shortage of academic courses that are related to business enterprises. As a result, they lack the ability to link technology and information systems with business processes and strategic objectives of organizations. The ESE Master’s degree programme aims at developing the knowledge and skills of engineering graduates in the field of enterprise systems technologies, decision-making and business problem solving.
- The aim of this program is producing qualified well trained in graduates in practical and theoretical knowledge of ESE and equipping them with excellent managerial skills in the design, planning, analysis and management of enterprises systems. Such knowledge and skills will contribute to the adaptation of IT in solving problems related to business processes and enhance their efficiency.
- The ESE master’s programme and course syllabi constitute a unique curriculum since they have been developed in the context of the MSC.ESE TEMPUS Joint Project. The curriculum and course syllabi have been prepared in conjunction with the project’s partners universities in Europe and the Middle East, and under the supervision of Oldenburg University in Germany.
- ESE is a multidisciplinary degree programme which combines Engineering, IT, IS and management and business processes. Therefore, it requires the participation of faculties from these disciplines and from both universities (PSUT and GJU) in the teaching process. Which will lead to the persity of teaching methods and exchange of research ideas, thus stimulating joint scientific research.
- The Master’s ESE degree, as the first joint programme between two Jordanian Universities (PSUT and GJU) will provide students with the opportunity to benefit from the research and laboratory facilities in both universities. Furthermore, it will offer the advantage of increasing intellectual persity in the delivery of course material and potentially enrich scientific research in both universities.
The German-Jordanian University (GJU) is a public university located in Mushaqar. It was founded in 2005 by a Royal Decree, in accordance with a memorandum of understanding reached betTheyen the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan and the Federal Ministry of Education and Research of the Federal Republic of Germany. In August 2004, a founding committee began up its activities in Jordan. The committee was in close cooperation with the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research. At the same time, the German planning office opened at the University of Magdeburg-Stendal in close cooperation with the Federal Ministry of Education and Research BMBF and the German Academic Exchange Services DAAD, whichfunded the university project for a period of ftheir years.
The project is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) under the category "German Study Programmes Abroad" .
The laying of the corner stone took place on April 25th, 2005 under the patronage of His Majesty King Abdullah II and in the presence of Her Excellency Ms. Edelgard Bulmahn, the German Federal Minister of Education and Research; His Excellency Dr. Khaled Touqan, the Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research in Jordan at the time; His Excellency Professor Jan-Hendrik Olbertz, the Minister of Cultural Affairs of Saxony-Anhalt; the DAAD Vice President, Professor Max Huber; and many other notables.See all German Jordanian University courses