Graduate engineers have a way of thinking, currency, and outlook on engineering work. Research on the ability of universities to graduate qualified architects for the professional market has become necessary to bring about changes in teaching methods and link them to digital programs. This paper considers if there is a consensus between the opinion of professionals and academics about digital skills, trying to integrate urgent digital skills needed by the labor market architecture education study plans. By mixed between quantitative and qualitative research methods, researchers analyze the study plan of 12 universities, using the CMM method, and conduct a questionnaire for academics and professionals. Accordingly, we prove the gap between the profession and academic world in the discipline. There is no agreement between them about the digital programs needed. We provide a matrix expressing the relationship between the digital courses and the AE courses in a way to connect the two.
Student, PhD Candidate, Alexandria University, Al Iskandariyah, Egypt
ARCHITECTURE ENGINEERING EDUCATION, DIGITAL COMPETENCE,STUDY PLAN, CURRICULUM MAPPING
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