ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
The Electrical Engineering department is dedicated to providing quality educational opportunities at the undergraduate level in electrical engineering that prepare students for successful careers in industry, government and academia. Students graduating with a bachelor's degree will have the necessary technical, communication, and critical thinking skills as a basis for a successful, fulfilling and life-long career in electrical engineering. The Department of Electrical Engineering has the following Program Educational Objectives for our Bachelor degree students. These objectives are accomplishments that our students should achieve two to five years after earning their degrees.
Within few years of graduation, the electrical engineering program graduates would accomplish the following PEOs:
PEO 1: Graduates would apply the knowledge and skills they develop, to lead a successful engineering career and demonstrate leadership in advancing their workplace.
PEO 2: Graduates would demonstrate high degree of commitment to engineering principles including attentiveness to issues related to ethics, safety, health, and environment.
PEO 3: Graduates would demonstrate their proficiency in teamwork solving of contemporary engineering problems, employing the capabilities they gain by conducting experiments in state-of-the-art laboratories and the expertise they acquire during practical training.
PEO 4: Graduates would be engaged in continuous self-learning and progress in their career and in post-graduate studies.