Graduates from the SWE program are expected to attain or achieve the following Program Educational Objectives within a few years of their graduation:

PEO1 Achieving successful careers in Software Engineering or related professional fields as engineers, consultants, and entrepreneurs as well as continuing advanced studies as researchers, experts, and educators.

PEO2 Being an effective member in a development team and involved in the whole life cycle of computer software.

PEO3 Demonstrating an ability to adopt advanced engineering methods with their lifelong learning skills and remain current in the dynamic field of software engineering.

PEO4 Participating actively to the professional/community development activities and contributing to the advancement of society by having leadership roles, mentoring/ outreach activities as well as public and volunteer services.

On successful completion of the SWE program, the student will be able to:

Knowledge and Understanding

SO1: Apply knowledge of mathematics, computer science, and software engineering.

SO2: Understand software engineering approaches that integrate ethical, social, legal and economic concerns.

SO3: Understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context.

SO4: Acquire emerging knowledge and technologies in software engineering.

Skills and Abilities

SO5: Design and conduct experiments, as well as analyze and interpret data.

SO6: Design software systems, define architectures and adapt process to produce solutions that meet specified needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability.

SO7: Function on multi-disciplinary teams to develop and deliver quality software.

SO8: Communicate effectively.

Judgement and Approach

SO9: Identify and elicit functional and non-functional requirements using appropriate methods.

SO10: Engage in independent learning and recognize the need for continual professional development.

SO11: Use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.


Student testimony

I had my Baccalaureate with Honors from the" Pères Blancs "high school. I did not originally plan to join a private university, but because I did not get the choice of university I was hoping for, I decided to explore other opportunities. I heard about MedTech as the only English Speaking Engineering school in Tunisia. When I visited the campus, I was fascinated by the Laboratories and infrastructure.
That is how I decided to join MedTech and I do not regret it! I benefit from a unique study experience especially that it will allow me to enroll in the Renewable Energies specialization.


Etudiant MedTech

Professor testimony

We are proud to have the 3+2 partnership program with MedTech. It is a graduate master’s cooperation degree between MedTech and the University of Michigan. We offer at the University of Michigan multiple options for MedTech students (such as Computer Information Science, Industrial Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering), so they could choose and pursue their Master degree at the specialization that they want. Moreover, they are offered the possibility to continue a Ph.D program at the University of Michigan.

Bill Grosky

Chair of the Computer Information Science Department
University of Michigan Dearborn

Professor testimony

The collaboration between MedTech and the University of Michigan Dearborn offers new opportunities and perspectives for MedTech students.
The University of Michigan is known to be a top ranked university and we chose MedTech for the quality of its engineering programs and its teaching faculty and environment.
This partnership will be beneficial for both institutions and I’m positive that this program will host very brilliant MedTech students.

Marouane Kessentini

Assistant Professor at the Computer Information Science Department
University of Michigan Dearborn

Professor testimony

Basically, at Medtech, our engineering programs are inspired from the Anglo-Saxon/American approach to higher education, which allows an international exposure to our students.
Thanks to this partnership agreement, we are giving our students the option to continue their engineering experience in the United States so that they extend their chances for a brilliant future career.

Firas Jabloun

Associate professor in Electrical Engineering
at the Mediterranean Institute of Technology

Studies oriented to the trades of tomorrow
I am interested

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