At initial Registration, students are advised
by a full-time faculty member.
After the initial Registration each student is
assigned a member of the full-time faculty staff as an Academic Adviser.
Students meet with their advisers to review their academic progress, choose
courses for the following semester and plan their course study.
Advisers welcome the opportunity to help
students to gain maximum benefit from their educational experience.
The adviser’s opinion is only consultative and
not an obligation.
Office of the Registrar:
The office of the Registrar at Faculty of
Engineering provides a number of significant services to MTI students. The
office is responsible for Registration, scheduling, issuing Transcripts and
enrolment Verification Certificates, maintaining student records, and
certifying students for graduation.
Students register for classes before the
beginning of each semester. Registration forms are available at the office of
Registration information and other relevant
class announcements are published in the schedule of classes printed for each
Only students who are officially enrolled may
attend classes and receive academic credit for instruction.
A student is registered for a course upon the
recommendation of the academic adviser. Only the courses for which assigned
fees are paid will be registered for the student.
Course Load Limitations:
The maximum course load is 18-20 credit hours,
the minimum is 12 credit hours.
The maximum and minimum course load may be
waived for the purpose of a student’s graduation.
The maximum course load in summer semester is 9
Change of program of study- add / Drop:
A student who change a program of study (by
adding or dropping a course during the period designated for add/drop) must
fill a request to add/drop from the registrar and approved by the academic
adviser to secure computer entry of course adjustment.
Students officially dropping/adding credit
hours during the designated period of add/drop are entitled to receive a refund
if such a change results in reduction of tuition charged.
Changes made after the designated period of
add/drop may not qualify for refund.
Declaration and change of major:
Declaration of major starts are defined after
the preparatory phase (the third semester) students have to choose civil,
electrical, mechanical, or architecture engineering. After the fourth semester
before he may select the minor; construction, construction management,
mechatronics, production, tele-communications, computer engineering, control
Students wishing to change the major of study
must obtain the approval of the new major department and the release of the former
department such official approvals must be filed with the office the registrar.
Students should be aware that the time required
to secure a degree may be lengthened as the result of a change of major and
should make such changes only after consultation with an academic adviser.
Withdrawal from a course:
Students may officially withdraw from a course
without penalty during the period assigned by the faculty. When such a
withdrawal is processed officially and field with the office of the registrar a
grade of W will be entered on the student’s transcript.
If the student stops attending classes, or
fails to file the withdraw form on time, a failing grade may be given.
Withdrawal from the course does not secure
refund of the tuition of that course