Electrical Engineering

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Electrical Engineering

The Department of Electrical Engineering offers a solid undergraduate program that emphasizes the fundamentals of electrical engineering and enables graduates to enter the workforce with confidence. The department’s focus areas include communications, electronics, control, power, data science, and electromagnetism. The offered program stresses the integration between electrical engineering and computer science.

We offer an undergraduate curriculum that leads to a technician certificate, a technical engineering degree, or a Bachelor of Science degree, all in electrical engineering. Pearson’s Higher National Certificate (HNC) vocational qualification forms an essential component of the offered certificate and degrees. In addition, Pearson’s Higher National Diploma (HND) vocational qualification forms an essential component of the offered degrees.

The offered program equips our graduates with excellent research and design skills through our research and capstone project courses. It also provides them with an excellent industrial experience through our eighteen-credit hour apprenticeship course.

Our mission is to provide quality education and perform research in the areas of electrical engineering to enhance the competitiveness of our graduates and contribute to economic, scientific, and social development.

Qualifications

Technical Certificate

72 CREDIT HOURS

Technical Degree

132 CREDIT HOURS

Bachelor's Degree

166 CREDIT HOURS

Our Faculty Members

  • Dr. Mohammad Abdel-Rahman

  • Prof. Lutfi Al-Sharif

  • Prof. Amjad Al-Fahoum

  • Dr. Moussa Habib

  • Dr. Emad AbdelSalam

  • Dr. Muhannad Al-Tarifi

  • Dr. AbdelRahman Al-Attili

  • Eng. Nadia AlSa'd

  • Eng. Rasha Shaheen

  • Eng. Atheer Al-Shaggah

  • Eng. Heba Jaradat

  • Eng. Zaid Haymoor

  • Eng. Mohammad Al-Fayyad

  • Eng. Tahani Ghobon

  • Eng. Dima Bader