Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology
The mission of the Electrical Engineering Department is to provide students with a supportive environment that facilitates learning to solve problems in electrical engineering and to provide high quality and diversified education to produce world-class engineers who will be successful in their professional careers and/or graduate studies.
This program is accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET).
The objectives of the program:
Graduates of the Electrical Engineering Program are expected to:
1.Demonstrate competency in the design, analysis, optimization, and implementation of modern electrical systems.
2.Compete effectively in a world of rapid technological changes, and become leaders, entrepreneurs, and innovative managers or educators in the broad context of electrical engineering.
3.Adapt to different roles and responsibilities in multicultural working environment by respecting diversity, professionalism within the organization and society at national and international levels.
4.Successfully pursue graduate degrees and become consultants in their respective fields.
Students of this program are able to use computer lab with different software such as: Matlab, Etap, power world simulator, Orcad and PsPice. All the laboratories of the Electrical and Telecommunication Engineering Departments, in addition to Digital Circuit design Lab and Microprocessor Lab from computer engineering department and the faculty workshop, libraries and other facilities.
The program has a cooperation agreement with the Northern Electric Distribution Company. This agreement allows students to visit different sites of the company and use different facilities. In addition, there are relationships according to internship period with Electric Distribution Companies, telecommunication companies, engineering offices and other companies. And also some joined graduation projects are usually held out in cooperation with local industrial companies.
Teaching and Learning
Teaching and learning methods adopted in this program include lectures, seminars, course projects, student presentations, and home works. All of these include modern technology facilities such as modern software, powerpoint, etc.
Coursework and Assessment
Assessment criteria include: Exams (first, second and final), course projects by using modern software, home works and presentations.
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Last updated February 5, 2018