Programs Goals and Objectives
The academic programs at DEEE should develop three main goals, which are:
- Technical Capabilities
- Engineering Work Place Skills
- Professional Outlook.
Each of these goals includes a number of objectives, a brief summary of these objectives are listed below:
- To provide students with a strong foundation in the core and the fundamental knowledge of the traditional and evolving areas of electrical, electronics and computer engineering.
- To provide student with a strong foundation in mathematics and basic sciences, which is necessary for the understanding, application, and development of engineering principles.
- To develop the student ability to mathematically model, analyze engineering systems, conduct experiments; analyze data, and statistical analysis.
- To develop the student ability to use computers as tools in solving engineering problems
- To develop the students' skills for devising and evaluating solutions to close-ended and open-ended design problem systematically,
- To provide a suitable environment to encourages creativity and an excitement-driven outlook among students,
- To provide a suitable environment to develop the students' capabilities in professional attributes, including: communication skills, the art of self-learning, team work, ethics, and the essentials of quality management.
- To provide students with reasonable appreciation for other disciplines, (technical and non-technical), as well as local cultural issues, in order to deal with the impact of technology in a global and societal context.