The fundamental principles and techniques of mathematics and science enable our graduates to contribute to an engineering effort. The graduated student will have:
- 1. Knowledge of mathematics (including differential equations), science, and engineering fundamentals.
- 2. An ability to identify formulates and solves engineering problems.
- 3. An ability to perform Practicals related to theoretical knowledge
- 4. An ability to design and conduct experiments, and analyze and interpret data.
- 5. An ability to effectively communicate technical material.
- 6. An ability to function as a member of a multidisciplinary team.
An in-depth knowledge of electrical engineering enables our graduates to contribute in their area of expertise. The graduated electrical engineering student will have:
- 1. Knowledge of the electrical engineering fundamental topics in circuits, fields, and digital logic.
- 2. Knowledge of advanced topics in mathematics including vector calculus, transform calculus, complex variables and probability and statistics.
- 3. To design systems containing both hardware and software elements.
- 4. The ability to specify, design, analyzes and tests an electrical/electronic system to meet a set of desired goals, within the context of a broader system application.
- 5. An understanding and awareness of technological advances in electronic devices, materials, computational and communications techniques.
- 6. Specialized knowledge in one or more of the topical areas of electrical engineering: controls, communications, digital electronics, or microelectronics, and Power.
- 7. Preparation for graduate-level and advanced studies in electrical engineering. Ethical awareness and professionalism enable successful careers and responsible engineering practice.