Bachelor of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Bachelor’s Degree Program in Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Program at a Glance

The mission of the Electrical and Electronic Engineering program is to prepare our students for careers in their chosen area of specialization. As such, the program aims to provide quality instruction, advisory services and student support to ensure students achieve their goals and gain the knowledge and experience required to succeed in the demanding field of Electrical and Electronic Engineering.

Besides focusing on providing necessary professional skills to the graduate, the program delivers several courses to endow graduates with broad insight that would prepare them to function efficiently and live in harmony, in society, in general. Some of these courses will enhance the critical thinking of the aspirants, and some will give a basic education in the field of natural sciences. With such broad backgrounds, graduates will be well-positioned to fill in the growing demand for problem solvers and leaders in the electrical engineering fields of microelectronics, signal processing, telecommunications, electronics, control and power engineering. To advance their job-oriented skills, students will have an opportunity to develop their managerial skills that are instrumental to a successful professional career.


Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) are:

  • Graduates successfully apply their solid knowledge, skills and experience in a competitive professional environment, have a successful Electrical Engineering career and serve the increasing needs of the professional and civil society;
  • Graduates are equipped with appropriate skills to be efficient team leaders as well as team members;
  • Graduates pursue lifelong learning in order to stay current with contemporary issues and recent advances in the field for sustained success in their professional careers.


Career opportunities

Graduate students of the Electrical and Electronic Engineering bachelor program can work in a variety of industries. Below is a non-comprehensive list:

  • Automotive industry;
  • Built environment industry;
  • Defense industry;
  • Oil and gas industry;
  • Power generation industry;
  • Rail industry.


The Curriculum at a Glance

The curriculum of Electrical and Electronic Engineering is divided into 8 semesters and takes 4 years to complete.

8 Semesters, 240 ECTS (1 ECTS: 25 hours)

  • General Education – 72 ECTS (including 6 ECTS electives);
  • Major Program - 168 ECTS (including 24 ECTS electives).

Academic Degree: The Degree of Bachelor of Electrical and Electronic Engineering


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