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GENERAL INFORMATION
General Information
SIIT offers international programs leading to Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.) and Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in the following fields:
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering      
  • Computer Engineering      
  • Electronics and Communication Engineering  
  • Engineering Management            
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Information Technology
  • Management Technology
  • Mechanical Engineering
 
The structure and components of individual curricula of the undergraduate programs are listed below.
 
1.   General Basic Courses
      1.1    Part I
               1.1.1   Humanities
               1.1.2   Social Sciences
               1.1.3   Languages
               1.1.4   Science and Mathematics
      1.2    Part II
 
2.   Core Courses
      2.1    Compulsory Courses
      2.2    Compulsory Elective Courses
      2.3    Technical Elective Courses (Optional)
 
3.   Free Elective Courses
Pre-Mathematics and Sciences, and English I are provided to 1st year students who are required to strengthen knowledge in these subjects.
 
A practical training course is normally offered during the summer session of the third academic year of the curriculum. Students are placed at business corporations, government agencies, or industrial facilities to receive on-the-job training and to learn to adapt to the work environment.
 
Instead of the practical training course, students may be approved to enroll in an extended training program in the second semester of the fourth year, with continuation into the following summer session. During the training, students usually work on a project which addresses and solves a technical problem in industry.
 
SIIT has established student exchange programs with many foreign universities and organizations. Qualified students may take advantage of these programs. Students may request that credits of courses taken during the exchange period be transferred. In some cases, there is some financial assistance.
 
Students must successfully complete the required number of credits (set by each academic curriculum) and demonstrate their English proficiency to be eligible for graduation. Some students who do not possess sufficient background may be required to take additional courses not listed in the curriculum. Normally, it takes eight regular semesters (four years) to complete the requirements. The schedule of academic semesters is as follows: 
      
First Semester : August - December
Second Semester  : January - May
Summer Session : June – July

For additional information, students may consult the individual programs.