The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has entered the space exploration race with the announcement of the Emirates Mars Mission (EMM), considered to be the first Arabian Mars mission. Throughout this mission, UAE is going to send an unmanned probe called "Hope", which will be launched in summer 2020 to reach Mars by 2021. EMM will explore Mars' atmospheric dynamics on a global and sub-seasonal scale, providing measurements necessary to understand atmospheric properties aligned with the following science objectives: • Characterize the state of Mars' middle and lower atmosphere (<50 km) on global scales and its geographic, diurnal, and seasonal variability. • Correlate rates of thermal photochemical atmospheric escape with conditions in the collisional atmosphere (<200 km). • Characterize the spatial structure and variability of Mars' exosphere. EMM will collect information on Mars' atmospheric layers and circulation through a combination of three independent instruments that take measurements of Mars in the visible, thermal infrared and ultraviolet wavelengths. These instruments are the Emirates Exploration Imager (EXI), the Emirates Mars InfraRed Spectrometer (EMIRS), and the Emirates Mars Ultraviolet Spectrometer (EMUS). This paper will describe the instruments' current designs, the operation scenarios, and expected results from this mission.