The Department of Electrical and Computer
Engineering offers high
quality engineering education
through its two undergraduate programs in computer engineering and electrical and electronic engineering as well as through its two graduate programs
in the same areas and Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering. Both undergraduate programs are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org. ABET is the most prestigious Engineering accreditation board.
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering has more than 600 students who receive a solid foundation of core electrical and computer engineering courses. These courses are delivered by highly qualified faculty members graduated from top universities worldwide.
The department strives to be recognized, within the university and worldwide, of high quality in teaching and learning, research, community and professional services and to provide highly qualified engineers who can tackle the rapid technological advances by providing innovative solutions.
The department is committed to inspire, educate and graduate electrical and computer engineers, equipped with state of the art knowledge and skills, who can contribute to the economic development of the community, and have the ability for life-long learning with the highest commitment to quality, integrity, and respect to others.