The purpose of the Electrical engineering undergraduate programs is to bring together the faculty members, staff, and resources to meet the following program educational objectives :
- To prepare students for successful and productive engineering careers, with emphasis on technical competency, and with attention to teamwork and effective communication.
- To prepare students for the successful pursuit of graduate studies and for life-long learning in electrical engineering and related fields.
- To endow the students with a sense of professionalism with encouragement of professional ethics, professional licensing, and active participation in the affairs of the profession.
The specific educational outcomes, which the students can expect to derive from the electrical engineering programs, are listed as following :
- The ability to apply knowledge of the physical sciences, mathematics, and engineering fundamentals to the solution of electrical engineering problems.
- The ability to design and conduct experiments in electrical engineering, and to analyze and interpret the data generated by those experiments.
- The ability to design components, devices, and systems to meet specific needs in electrical engineering.
- The ability to function effectively on multi-disciplinary teams involving people from diverse backgrounds.
- The ability to identify and define problems in electrical and computer engineering, and to generate and evaluate solutions to those problems.
- The ability to understand the professional and ethical responsibilities incumbent upon the practicing electrical engineer.
- The ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, in the field of electrical engineering.
- The ability to understand the role and impact of electrical engineering in a broader societal and global context.
- The ability to recognize and respond to the need for life-long learning for a successful career in electrical engineering.
- The ability to develop an understanding of contemporary technical and professional issues in the practice of electrical engineering.
The ability to use the techniques, skills, and tools of modern engineering, including the use of modern computer-based technologies such as the writing of programs, the use of professional software, and the use of modern electronic media, effectively in the practice of electrical engineering.