Improving Existing B.Sc. Programs in Jordan and Lebanon by Implementing or Including AI and Robotics Courses
University of Granada
The goal of work package six is to improve existing bachelor programs in Jordan and Lebanon by implementing or including AI and robotics courses into existing curricula. The work is based on the results of
the surveys conducted in WP1. The main aim of this WP is to develop syllabi and content for added and/or modified courses while taking into consideration the work conducted in WP2. All syllabi are designed and reviewed based on feedback from all involved partners.
• The BSc program in Computer Engineering at UJ added and updated mandatory and elective courses in the most recent curricula that support the Robotics track such as Computer Control Systems and Mobile Robots, as well as introduced Robot OS (ROS) as a case study in the Modern Operating Systems course.
• The BSc program in Computer Engineering at UJ introduced mandatory and elective courses in the most recent curricula that support the AI track such AI and Machine Learning, Computer Vision, Computational Intelligence, Natural Language Processing, and Data Science.
• The BSc program in mechatronics engineering at UJ added the mandatory Robotics Systems Course to their program.
• The University of Jordan of Science and Technology (JUST) updated the AI program track at the Computer Science Department.
• Tafila Technical University introduced and updated a list of AIR-related mandatory and elective courses for three BSc programs at (BSc in Intelligent Systems Engineering, BSc in Computer Engineering, and BSc in Mechatronics Engineering).
• Beirut Arab University (BAU) added Deep Learning and Machine Learning as elective courses to their BSc program and updated their Introductory Programming course.
• The Lebanese University (LU) added the Robotics, Sensors and IoT, and Computer Vision courses to their current BSc program in Electrical Engineering.