The Electronics and Communications Engineering curriculum is designed to strike a balance between theoretical and laboratory experience and to impart the fundamental and practical understanding of the principles required for a successful career in electronics and communications engineering.
To obtain a degree in electronics and communications engineering requires a solid core of foundation courses in physics, mathematics, computer science, and general engineering, which is also essential for life-long learning.
The degree in electronics and communications engineering prepares students for higher-level professional practice in local and international markets, whether in private consulting practice, industry, or government activities.
The PhD program emphasizes the application of research methods and procedures to advanced areas in science and technology. Advancing applied sciences and technology must be based on fundamental comprehension of various disciplines, while being responsive to the needs of new technologies.
The department has several multidisciplinary laboratories with state-of-the-art equipment and software in the areas of circuits, electronics, digital, microcontrollers, programmable logic controllers (PLC), communications, control, microwave, photonics/optical communications and VLSI