Diploma Degrees

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Program DescriptionThe mission of the Associate of Science program is to provide a quality education in a student-centered learning environment to the students of Engineering, Information Technology, Business and Administration, Communication, and Social Sciences by educating them in the fundamental concepts, knowledge, and skills of mathematics, physics, biology and nutrition.
Language of Instruction
  • English
Total Credit Hours
  • 60
Mode of Delivery
  • Classroom Learning
Program Objectives

The Associate of Science Program aims to produce graduate student who are able to:

  1. Understand the fundamental concepts of math, physics, chemistry and biology disciplines.
  2. Communicate effectively with math and science users.
  3. Work collaboratively in a multidisciplinary team or individually in responsible and professional manner.
  4. Engage in lifelong learning.
  5. Implement scientific skills to solve complex problems.
  6. Master the critical thinking and reflection skills.
Learning Outcomes

By the time of graduation, students will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate a solid science foundation to successfully transfer to a four-year university degree.
  2. Present and communicate academic work knowledge of the physical and life sciences clearly and effectively in different formats.
  3. Recognize and interpret the meaning of quantitative and mathematical symbols and apply appropriate logic, tools, and processes to make decisions.
  4. Use techniques, skills, and modern scientific tools necessary for sciences and engineering practice.
  5. Analyze sciences and engineering problems by incorporating critical thinking, argumentation, and analysis skills.
  6. Use technology effectively to solve scientific problems.
Career Opportunities
  1. Administrative assistance
  2. Nursing
  3. Health administration
  4. Medical assistant (physical therapist assistant)
  5. Human services (HR universities, HR governmental and privet companies)
  6. Assistant in financial management
  7. Assistant in business administration
  8. Radiologic technologist
​Program Plan
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Course Descriptions
  • View course Catalogue (PDF)
Admission Policy

1.      New Students:

2.      Must follow CCQ's admission process outlined at the New Student webpage.

3.      Current Students:

  • To be eligible for the program, a student must pass L4 of English Foundation and Math Foundation for STEM (Math 399)
  • To be eligible for following other math courses, a student must pass L2 of English Foundation and Math Foundation for Art (Math 388).
Contact Information MSE@ccq.edu.qa


Associate of Science

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