Electrical engineering is concerned with the
basic forms of energy that run our world. Whether it's gas, hydro, turbine, fuel
cell, solar, geothermal, or wind energy, electrical engineers deal with
distributing these energies from their sources to our homes, factories, offices,
hospitals, and schools.
Electrical engineering is a huge and well established engineering field, with hundreds of career paths. For example, as an electrical engineer, you might:
1. plan and design power stations and equipment for generators,
2. design the integrated circuits for the next generation of computers,
3. design an aircraft control system, in reality any process control system,
4. design telecommunications equipment and networks.
Electrical engineering also involves the
exciting field of electronics and information technology. Do you have a cellular
phone or a computer? Wireless communication and the Internet are just a few
areas electrical engineering has helped flourish, by developing better phones,
more powerful computers, and high-speed modems. As we enter the 21st century,
the technology that surrounds us will continue to expand and electrical
engineers are leading the way.
The electrical engineering program, including
the computer option, consists of several curricular components that give the
student the opportunity to build a solid foundation of basic physical principles
and obtain experience in design as well as insight into the profession and
practice of electrical engineering.
The lecture sequence consists mostly of
required core courses through which the student learns about and acquires
problem solving and/or design skills in circuit analysis, analog and digital
electronics, microprocessors, signals and systems, and electromagnetic
Furthermore, the student can specialize in
areas such as applied electromagnetic, communications, controls, digital signal
processing, digital and computer systems, electromechanical systems, embedded
systems, medical imaging, and wireless components and systems.
The student’s design experience in these
courses includes synthesis to meet specifications, analysis, construction,
testing, and evaluation with respect to specifications. Furthermore, the
sophomore and junior design projects associated with these courses are
particularly valuable and establish the foundation of the design project
sequence. In addition to the implementation steps described above, the projects
also require the formulation of design problem statements and criteria, the
consideration of alternative solutions, and system descriptions.
is a challenging but rewarding and exciting field in which to study. It is a
fast advancing area, which is having an important impact on shaping the modern
By studying electrical engineering you will be
enabled to understand the significant advancements and developments in modern
technology and you will also be prepared to play a role in shaping the
future of the world.
Who study our MBA of Electrical Engineering
have gone on to work in a vast range of
fields. These fields include but are not limited to engineering areas such the
fabrication and design of microprocessors and computers, the design and research
of integrated circuits and optoelectronics, the management and designing of communication
systems, and image processing and
advanced signal for environmental surveying.
It is also used in data transmission across the internet and medical imaging.
A very large percentage of graduates of
electrical engineering have discovered that an electrical engineering background
can be the basis of a career in business, law, government, finance,
In short, electrical engineering is a fast
growing and very lucrative field.
If you show to a future employer your Diploma
& Transcript of our MBA of Electrical Engineering (and also the lectures of the
studied 107 lessons!), you will have a bigger possibility of being employed by that
company than your job competitor.
Electrical Engineering Program
Our Electrical Engineering course
covers the following matters:
01. General Control Theory
02. Feedback Control System
03. Management by Exception
After the imperative General Control Theory,
our MBA of Electrical Engineering are divided into more 15 sub disciplines:
04. Electromechanical Systems
05. Communication Theory
06. Information Theory
07. Digital Image Processing
08. Engineering Applications of Neural Networks
09. Electromagnetic Theory
10. Radio Frequency Circuits and Systems
11. Optical Fiber Communication
12. Digital Systems
13. VHDL: Digital System Design
14. Medical Imaging
15, Object Oriented Design and Algorithms for Embedded Systems
16. Linear Circuit Theory
17. Solid State Devices
18. Probability and Statistics