The program provides a comprehensive education that prepares students for a successful engineering practice and/or advanced studies. Students learn about the basic physical laws governing our environment, about material science and technology at the micro- and nanometer level, as well as mathematics and informatics.
Students learn about the physical laws that govern our world, as well as the practical application of microelectronics and nanotechnology. They learn math and computer science, and apply this knowledge to energy systems, automation, and optical materials. In addition to basic and applied knowledge, They will be get hand-on experience in e-commerce, planning, and problem solving as well.
An electrical engineer designs, develops and maintains electrical control systems and components according to required specifications. Graduates can occupy a variety of roles in engineering consultancies, manufacturing, automotive and railway engineering, steel manufacturing, or water companies. Most electrical engineers work in multidisciplinary project teams, which are likely to include engineers from other specialist areas as well as architects, marketing and sales staff, manufacturers, technicians and customer service personnel.