American University in Dubai MissionThe American University in Dubai's mission is to meet the diverse educational needs of a multicultural student body by providing outstanding teaching and learning, which will ultimately lead to the intellectual, personal, and professional success of its graduates and the advancement of society.
Accreditation The Commission on Colleges (COC) of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) has granted the American University in Dubai accreditation to grant Bachelor's and Master's degrees (see www.sacscoc.org). At 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia, 30033, you can reach the COC. The institution is authorized and all of its programs are accredited by the UAE Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research (CAA-MOHESR).
Other accreditations include those from the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE) for programs leading to the Bachelor's and Master's degrees in business administration, the Computing Accreditation Commission (CAC) of ABET for programs leading to degrees in computer and information technology, and the International Advertising Association (IAA) for programs leading to degrees in marketing communications and advertising.
Academic YearFall Semester: September – December Spring Semester: January – May Summer I Session: May – June Summer II Session: July – August
American University in Dubai Overview:
A private, non-sectarian higher education school, The American University in Dubai was established in 1995. It benefits both UAE citizens and foreign students looking for top-notch, career-focused education. Facilities and technology that are suited for AUD's degree programs are available. In our opinion, the best indicator of how well a AUD education works is when students succeed in their chosen fields of interest.
University Programs Undergraduate programs Business Administration (B.B.A.) with majors in Accounting, Economics, Finance, Management, Marketing, and Marketing Communications; Communication and Information Studies (B.C.I.S.) with majors in Digital Production and Storytelling, and Journalism; Computer Science (B.S.C.S.) with tracks in Databases, Game Design and Development, and Network Security; Engineering (B.S.) with programs in Civil, Combustible, and Electrical
Graduate programs Business administration (M.B.A.) with emphases in finance and marketing, construction management (M.S.C.M. ), and education (M.Ed.*) with tracks in primary education and secondary education are among the graduate programs offered at AUD. The university also provides a Certificate in Middle Eastern Studies and an Intensive English Language Program (I.E.L.P.)
University Students: Overall: 2,678
UAE Nationals: 432
21 Study Abroad Students
479 Students live on Campus
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Student Life: A student must actively seek out opportunities to get involved in university activities if they want to make the most of their AUD experience. You can get active in student life at AUD in a variety of ways, including by joining clubs, founding your own, or perhaps organizing a unique event. A WOW (Week of Welcome), a AUD Desert Safari, an international night, a Ramadan tent, a AUD Gala Dinner and Award Ceremony, a winter ball, Thanksgiving Day, and UAE National Day are just a few of the annual events that feature 52 student groups.
Campus: The Palm Islands, Dubai Media City, and Dubai Internet City are all conveniently close to the American University in Dubai. The distance to Dubai International Airport is 25 minutes, and it is 15 minutes to the hub of Dubai's financial and commercial districts. The most recent technology is present in all academic buildings, which are designed to meet the demands of academic programs. The Learner, The center has a grocery, a copy shop, a barbershop, a beauty salon, a travel agency, a bank, and indoor sports facilities. food courts, too. 520 students are housed in student residences, which are situated in the northwest portion of the AUD campus. Every dorm contains a kitchen and eating space that are both fully functional, a laundry room, a study area, a TV lounge, and other amenities. Each lounge offers campus satellite television service. Each accommodation has a high-speed Internet connection as standard. Male and female gymnasiums are segregated for usage by occupants of housing. The Housing Office offers programs for its inhabitants with a variety of educational, cultural, recreational, and social activities with the help of eight Resident Assistants (RAs). With a strong emphasis on course-related information literacy, the AUD Library offers a wide range of print and electronic resources, including: 121,463 books (both print and electronic); 312 journals; and 70 online databases.