The Computing and Engineering Division in the Tunisia Campus of Broward College assembles all the Associate degrees, Bachelor’s degrees, Master’s degrees, and professional certificates in Computing and Engineering that are made available to our international students in Tunisia. Those students have a choice to pursue those degrees in Tunisia or can travel to Florida and complete their studies in the USA. For the same study programs, students pay considerably less if they complete those studies in Tunisia. These same studies will cost more than 5 times the tuition rates adopted in Tunisia.

Please note that due to technological requirements needed to deliver some of the computing and engineering studies, only the first few years may be available to complete in the Tunisia Campus. The rest of the years will be available to our international students in Florida Atlantic University and other universities that share collaberative agreements with Broward College, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Some of the collebarative agreements that Broward College signed with sister State universities are available for consultation.

Our Faculty of Engineering


The Faculty of Engineering and Technology at Broward College of Tunisia, are all SACS-qualified instructors with American degrees or have been approved by our accreditation bodies.
We offer a premier educational experience with American curricula designed to prepare our students for success in competitive careers in computer science, information technology, and engineering. Our programs have been devised by leading experts from the United States to respond to the demand to develop the best professionals in these areas.

Our faculty in Broward College of Tunisia are waiting to serve you and are committed to building a greater STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) competence. Our approach fosters qualities of adaptability, collaboration, creativity and strong communication skills. Our approach, according to industry experts, makes our graduates the most competitive in Tunisia.

The American University of Tunisia has started as the Broward College of Tunisia with the purpose of bringing American Higher Education to Tunisia in an affordable manner. We were always concerned about our Tunisian youth and how to advance them in a rapidly changing knowledge and technology-driven world. The American University of Tunisia represents a first opportunity for Tunisian students to pursue an authentic American higher education while they stay in their home country without the need to travel to the USA and pay higher tuition fees.

Our Tunisian students will be ready to compete and succeed in a complex and changing global world. We are seeking students who can rise for this challenge and who share our drive and ambition. We need your passion, your creativity, and your dreams so we can together plan, for you, a good future.

General Education Curriculum Components:
The General Education core courses provide our students with a multidisciplinary education framework based on U.S. higher education requirements. The General Education subject areas include Communications, Humanities, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Natural Sciences, and Mathematics. The American University of Tunisia targets six college level competencies, based on the VALUE rubrics developed by the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AACU) that represents the foundation of the general education and core courses. The AACU is a national association headquartered in Washington, D.C., United States that focuses on improving undergraduate education and advancing liberal education.

Our AUT students will achieve competency in:


-Critical Problem solving
-Planning information for decision support
-Collect, analyze, design, action and review decisional information
-Apply sound reasoning to solve real-world problems
-Conduct post-evaluation audits to achieve a better position
-Advance in a competitive manner


-Become a great listener while applying the LAIR method to improve communication skills.
-Minimize communication differences and misapprehensions
-Plan non-Verbal communication through focused, clear and concise Communication 
-Plan and write clearly and coherently
-Plan and speak and listen interactively


-Recognize ethical and legal issues
-Embed ethical reasoning in modeling your activities
-Understand ethical thinking and modeling
-Evaluate and adopt different ethical models as needed


-Develop global self-awareness
-Demonstrate an understanding of operational and social feasibility
-Demonstrate an appreciation to cultural diversity
-Recognize personal and social responsibilities
-Develop global thinking and planning
-Apply knowledge to contemporary global contexts


-Understand the differences between noise, data, information, and knowledge
-Understand how to collect intelligence data and information
-Understand how Simon’s model works (Intelligence, Design, Choice, and Review)
-Understand to convert and information into useful decision support
-Organize, process, and communicate information ethically and legally


-Model information in a quantitative manner
-Present information in mathematical forms
-Convert information in its fittest mathematical forms
-Carry out mathematical computation with precision
-Adopt approximate mathematical forms to improve performance
-Design and implement analytical procedures as needed
-Make judgments and draw appropriate conclusions based on the quantitative analysis
-Understand error factors and all limitations that apply to your analytical models
-Use numerical examples to demonstrate the work of your analytical models
-Use simulations to demonstrate the work of your analytical models



The following Associate degrees are required to pursue an Engineering degree

The Associate of Arts (A.A.) and Associate of Science (A.S.) degrees are general transfer degrees. Completion of either program indicates the student has completed a course of study equivalent to the first two years of a bachelor’s degree. Associate of Arts and Associate of Science degrees do not officially include a major or minor course of study; nevertheless, students do complete a 24 credit program of study option for either an A.A. or A.S. degree.

Minimum Requirements for A.A. and A.S.

  • Completion of 60 semester credit hours, 15 credits of which are at the 200 level.
  • Completion of 36 credits in General Education and 24 Credits in a Program of Study.
  • An overall GPA of 2.25 upon completion of the degree.
  • A grade of “C-” or higher in each course in the program of study.




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