The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering was established in 2008. Over the last years, our graduates have been serving the society in key positions and have made tremendous impact to the development from an industrial-based to knowledge-based economy.
A characteristic of this Department is that we cover electrical, electronic, computer and information engineering, computer and information engineering all under one roof, which provides tremendous opportunities for and research. The Department has a wide range of reasearch activities, grouped under sever areas, namley (i) Computer Systems and Networking, (ii) Telecommunications, (iii) Microelectronics, Optoelectronics and VLSI, (iv) Electrical Energy Technologies & Systems.
To impart knowledge and excellence in engineering and technology with global perspectives to our students and to make them ethically strong engineering to build our nation.
- To produce electrical engineers of high caliber, technical skills and ethical values to serve the society and nation.
- To make the department a center of excellence in the field of electrical engineering and allied research.
- To provide knowledge base and consultancy services to the community in all areas of electrical engineering.
To promote innovative and original thinking in the minds of budding engineers to face the challenges of future.
- The following program education objectives are developed with the goal of preparing students to enter a modern electrical engineering workforce and to be successful in their career and profession. The educational objectives are consistent with the university, college and department missions as well. The objectives are:
- To ensure that graduates will have a mastery of fundamental knowledge, problem solving skills, engineering experimental abilities, and design capabilities necessary for entering electrical engineering career and/or graduate school.
- To produce graduates who have the knowledge and skills necessary for identifying and assessing design alternatives and the related social, economic, environmental, and public safety impacts.
To produce graduates who have verbal and written communication skills necessary for successful professional practice.
- To prepare graduates to function effectively in teams.
- To prepare graduates to deal with ethical and professional issues, taking into account the broader societal implications of electrical engineering.
- To prepare graduates for professional licensure, leadership roles and life-long learning.