Electrical Engineering

A reflection to the city’s development and needs

About Engineering

The Department of Electrical Engineering is a dynamic and forward-looking field that combines tradition with innovation. Our academic programs are continuously evolving to meet the ever-changing needs of the city and its industries. As students in our department, you will be the driving force behind tomorrow’s innovations, eagerly embracing new knowledge and ready to tackle the challenges that lie ahead.

Many of our graduates have gone on to make significant contributions to the local industry, working in large factories and leading development companies. Their expertise and skills have helped shape the technological landscape of our region.

Established in 1974, the Electrical Engineering department has a rich history, although it experienced a temporary closure in 1981 due to political reasons. However, in 2004, we proudly reopened the department and began accepting students once again. Our undergraduate program leads to a Bachelor of Science (BSc.) degree in Electrical Engineering, which is completed over four years of intensive study. The program is designed to provide students with a well-rounded education in all areas of electrical engineering, rather than specializing in a specific field. However, for those interested in specialization, we offer postgraduate studies in power, communications, and control.

To support our students’ learning journey, our department boasts 11 well-equipped laboratories covering various areas such as power, machines, communications, electronics, computers, and control. These laboratories are integral to our curriculum, offering hands-on experiences and practical applications of the theoretical concepts learned in class. In total, we offer 21 laboratory courses, providing extensive opportunities for experimentation and skill development.

As part of our commitment to international standards, all courses, textbooks, and lectures in our department are conducted in English. This ensures that our graduates are well-prepared to thrive in a globalized and interconnected world, with the ability to communicate and collaborate effectively in an international context.

Join us in the Department of Electrical Engineering, where tradition meets innovation, and become part of a vibrant community of learners and creators. Together, we will shape the future of the industry and make a lasting impact on our region.

Power Electronic Lab

The Department of Electrical Engineering is dedicated to delivering high-quality instruction that aligns with the latest challenges and developments in electrical engineering education. Our primary goal is to develop future leaders who will drive innovation and excel in the factories and industries of our region.

To achieve this, we leverage the expertise of our highly skilled staff and combine it with the advanced technology available in our laboratories. This dynamic combination allows us to provide students with a practical and research-oriented approach to learning.

By staying at the forefront of technological advancements and research trends, we ensure that our students receive the most relevant and up-to-date education in electrical engineering. Through hands-on experiences in our laboratories, students have the opportunity to apply their theoretical knowledge and develop practical skills that are highly valued in the industry.

By emphasizing the integration of advanced technology and research skills, we aim to equip our students with the necessary tools to become future leaders in the electrical engineering field. Our graduates are well-prepared to make significant contributions to the factories and surrounding industries, leading the way in technological advancements and driving growth and innovation.

Elec. Power Lab

The Electrical Engineering department stands as an exceptional institution for acquiring knowledge and fostering professional growth. Our department offers lectures that provide a strong theoretical foundation, equipping students with the necessary grounding in electrical engineering principles.

What sets us apart is our emphasis on practical application. We understand that real-world engineering problems require hands-on experience and innovative solutions. Our state-of-the-art laboratories serve as the perfect platform for students to tackle and solve these challenges. Through engaging lab sessions, students gain invaluable experience in applying theoretical concepts to real engineering scenarios.

By offering a blend of theoretical grounding and practical experience, we prepare our students to excel in their future careers. Our graduates are equipped with the skills and knowledge to face the complexities of the engineering world head-on, making meaningful contributions and driving innovation.
Electrical Engineering graduates from our program are well-versed in a wide range of applications and have acquired in-depth knowledge in various key areas. This comprehensive preparation equips them to effectively tackle real-world challenges in their professional careers.

Our curriculum emphasizes the practical application of knowledge, and as such, our graduates are familiarized with essential applications such as Machines, advanced analogue and digital electronics. They develop a strong foundation in Communications, Power, Control, and Computer hardware, gaining expertise in these critical areas.

With a solid understanding of Machines, our graduates are equipped to design, analyze, and optimize electrical machines and their control systems. They possess the skills necessary to work with advanced analogue and digital electronics, enabling them to design and implement complex circuits and systems.

In the field of Communications, our graduates gain a deep understanding of communication systems, including principles, protocols, and signal processing techniques. This knowledge enables them to design and analyze communication networks, ensuring efficient data transmission and reliable connectivity.

Power is another crucial aspect of our program, and our graduates receive specialized training in power generation, transmission, and distribution systems. They acquire the skills to design and optimize power systems, ensuring efficient and sustainable energy delivery.

Control systems play a vital role in modern technology, and our graduates possess the necessary expertise to design and implement control systems for various applications. They understand the principles of feedback control, instrumentation, and automation, enabling them to develop solutions for complex control challenges.

Lastly, our curriculum includes comprehensive training in computer hardware, equipping our graduates with the knowledge to design and analyze computer systems and their components. This expertise enables them to contribute to the development of advanced computing technologies.
To obtain a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering, candidates must successfully complete all four years of classes. The program is designed to provide a comprehensive and in-depth education in the field. In the first and second years, students are introduced to fundamental subjects such as Math, Electrical circuits, analogue and digital electronics, and computer skills. Specialized courses are offered in the third and fourth years, covering areas like Communications, Power, Machines, advanced electronics, and control. Graduation requirements include submitting and defending a Bachelor's thesis in one of the aforementioned fields.

The Bologna process
The department follows the Bologna process of study, ensuring a standardized and internationally recognized framework.
- Each academic year consists of 30 studying weeks.
- Divided into two semesters, with a total of 30 ECTS credits per semester.

Teaching and learning
Our program follows the Bologna process system of study. In the first year, students are equipped with the necessary tools, technologies, and foundational knowledge to adapt to the new academic environment. They enhance their skills in electricity, computers, and engineering drawing. The principles of Math, Circuits, electronics, Mechanics, and language skills are introduced through theory-based courses. In the second year, these principles are expanded upon, incorporating other electrical fields such as digital and analogue electronics, numerical analysis, and advanced mathematical and circuit theories.

The third year focuses on studying electrical engineering applications, with courses in Power, Machines, advanced analogue and digital electronics, and theoretical analysis in advanced mathematics and communications. A mandatory summer internship of at least one month is required during the third year, providing students with valuable practical experience. The fourth year is dedicated to advanced courses in Communications, Power, Control, and Computer hardware. Throughout the year, students engage in a graduation project within their preferred specialty, demonstrating their ability to apply their knowledge and skills. Upon successful completion of the fourth year, including the submission and successful defense of the graduation thesis, students are awarded their degrees.

To earn a B.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering, students must pass all four years of study. Each subject is assessed individually throughout the academic year. Regular classes include homework and quizzes, leading up to a mid-term exam. After the spring break, regular assessments continue, culminating in a final-term exam. The final grade is determined by combining the accumulated scores obtained throughout the year (approximately 40%-50% of the final assessment) with the scores from the final exams in June (60%-50% of the final assessment). Laboratory exams are held separately and are assessed at 100% weightage.

The assessment process ensures that students' knowledge and understanding of the material are evaluated comprehensively, allowing for a holistic assessment of their abilities. Practical skills and theoretical knowledge are both considered in determining the final grades.

By following this rigorous assessment process, we ensure that our graduates are well-prepared and have acquired the necessary skills and knowledge to excel in the field of Electrical Engineering.
All courses in our program are conducted in English

Ensuring a language of instruction that facilitates effective communication and prepares students for the globalized field of engineering. By offering courses in English, we provide an immersive learning environment that enhances students' language skills and prepares them for international opportunities in their future careers.
- Our program spans a total of 8 semesters
- with each academic year divided into two semesters
- Each semester comprises 15 weeks of studying

Providing ample time for in-depth exploration of the curriculum and engagement with course materials. This structured academic calendar allows for a balanced distribution of coursework, assignments, projects, and examinations throughout the program, ensuring a comprehensive learning experience. The 15-week duration of each semester offers students sufficient time to delve into course content, engage in discussions, participate in practical activities, and complete their assessments effectively.

Staff of Engineering

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