The Department of Electrical Engineering offers the following degrees:
Bachelor of Science in Electronic Engineering (since 1994)
Electrical Power and Energy Engineering (since 2011)
Master of Science in Electrical Engineering (since 2011)
The Department places a high priority on improving teaching standards and works very hard to develop curriculums to keep pace with a rapidly changing work environment. The B.Sc. degree in Electronic Engineering is accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology, Inc. (ABET). The mission of the Department of Electrical Engineering is to provide students with a high standard of education and perform quality research.
The Department prepares graduates with scientific and professional capabilities and a strong foundation in mathematics, basic sciences, and basic electrical engineering, as well as selected areas in Electronic Engineering or Electrical Power and Energy Engineering. Students are also trained in the use of the most current scientific and practical approaches to finding solutions in electrical engineering disciplines, in addition to being prepared to use sound decision-making processes to reach the appropriate solution to engineering issues.
The most important outcomes of the offered programs are a broad knowledge of basic mathematics, engineering mathematics, the basic sciences, and electrical engineering science. With this wide range of experience, students have the necessary tools to analyze electrical and electronics circuits and equipment, creating the possibility of designing experiments to meet desired results, the ability to design engineering systems or a process to provide needed engineering solutions, or to demonstrate a product. Throughout their period of study in the Department, students also learn the important skill of being able to work effectively within a group.
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