The Faculty of Engineering at Notre Dame University-Louaize endeavors to graduate engineers who understand the ethical, social, economic and environmental contexts of their profession at local, regional and international levels and who apply their knowledge with judgment and responsibility in order to develop ways to utilize the materials and forces of nature in a sustainable manner for the benefit of mankind. The Faculty of Engineering is committed to the education of the whole person according to the University’s model of liberal arts education and through its applied curricula, quality research and extra-curricular activities. Students are encouraged to pursue lives of global citizenship, community service, life-long learning and exemplary leadership. In keeping with the University mission, the Faculty of Engineering aims to graduate students who are rooted in their faith of God.
To be recognized as a regional center of excellence for engineering education where highly qualified faculty and outstanding students pursue knowledge in a context of ethical and social values. This distinguished education will enable students to contribute in a socially responsible manner to the development of Lebanon and the region.
Excellence in education and scholarship: highly qualified faculty educate students through theory and hands-on instruction using the latest available technologies. High quality research addresses problems of relevance to the community and enhances classroom instruction.
Life-long learning: Our students will be equipped with the tools and skills that enable them to keep up to date in their field.
Service: our students will be encouraged to use their knowledge for the service of the community through engineering projects and extra-curricular activities.
Faith and integrity: In keeping with the tradition of the Maronite Mariamite order, we aim to graduate students that are rooted in their faith in God. This faith expresses itself in respect for God’s creation and integrity in their daily professional and social interactions