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Electrical & Electronics Engineering

Elektrical and Electronics Engineering

The Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE) programme provides a strong background in electrical and electronics theory, which is reinforced through practical laboratory work. Emphasis throughout the programme is on understanding the fundamental principles underlying the electronics across a wide spectrum of industrial and consumer applications. The programme provides preparation for our graduates to succeed in their chosen field of interest. The ultimate aim of the Department is to raise competent, innovative and creative engineers.

Specializations are offered in the key areas, such as industrial electronics, control systems, computer hardware and communication systems. Courses in EEE cover a wide range of topics, such as electrical circuits and systems, electronics, telecommunications, digital system design, and microcomputer system design. The curriculum and the syllabi are prepared with equal emphasis on EEE. Apart from providing the student with the necessary theoretical background, emphasis is on practical experience gained through laboratory work and experimentation. Students have access to several up-to-date and well-resourced facilities, such as our Physics Laboratory, General Computer Laboratories, Electronics Laboratory, Digital Electronics and Microprocessor Laboratory, Computer-Aided Design Laboratory and Computer Networks Laboratory.

All students must complete a design project in the final year of their study. With the support of our dedicated academic staff, students are encouraged to get involved in all stages of product development, from conception to product delivery, in their project. Students are also encouraged to actively participate in on-going research projects. This allows our students to follow the latest developments in their field of interest.

To acknowledge the worldwide importance of EEE, the department has established high-quality links and collaborations with universities and industries in Turkey and the UK, so as to give practical orientation to the academic studies. Experts in the field are invited regularly to give seminars and lectures to EUL students. Visits to industry are arranged periodically in order to familiarize the students with the practical side of the branch. EUL graduates in EEE are highly sought after in industry with rewarding career opportunities.

The Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering seeks to bring up students who have a wide knowledge of practical and theoretical information, the skills to solve problems analytically, to  be able to learn or acquire knowledge through research and who adopt a lifetime process of learning as their motto.

Once students successfully graduate from the undergraduate programme, they will be able to be inquisitive when solving problems, will have an in-depth knowledge of mathematics, physics and sciences, the skills required to determine mistakes analytically and criticize and to successfully design or test electrical and electronics equipment.

Education Objectives:

Students who are graduating from Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department are expected:

EO1: to be developing a professional career in a private or government organisation in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.

EO2: to be working on or have completed graduate studies.

EO3: To be participating in several courses, symposiums or certificate programs in an effort to self-improve.

EO4: To be leading or be involved with partnerships in commercial ventures.

EO5: To have assumed responsibility at different levels in various organisations.

Programme Outcomes

PO1: To have sufficient accumulation of theoretical and practical knowledge in mathematics and science topics and be able to apply this knowledge to model and solve engineering problems.

PO2: Should be able to apply fundamental engineering knowledge to work as a part of a team and individually in disciplinary and multi-disciplinary topics.

PO3: To have gained the ability to simulate and experimentally validate, gather data, analyse, critique, document and present results in the area of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.

PO4: To be able to effectively communicate, both verbally and in writing, in Turkish, whilst working on projects and in professional venues: knowledge of at least one foreign language.

PO5: To have gained the ability to recognise, identify formulate and solve complex engineering problems and to choose and apply the appropriate analysis and modelling tools.

PO6: To have knowledge of project management and risk management methods,  awareness about entrepreneurship, inventiveness and sustainable improvement in the area of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.

PO7: The ability to design a complex system, process or product according to given specifications, considering criteria and conditions such as economics, environmental problems, sustainability, manufacturability, ethics, health, safety, socio-political problems and the ability to apply modern design methods to achieve the above.

PO8: To be aware of the professional and ethical responsibilities imparted on the intended engineering applications.

PO9: The ability to access information with the knowledge of the necessity of life-long-learning, to self-improve and to follow the latest innovations in science and technology.

PO10: The ability to develop, choose and apply the modern techniques and tools, in the applications of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, to effectively use information technologies.

PO11: To have knowledge and awareness about the problems of the era, the universal and communal impact of Electrical Engineering applications on health, environment and safety.

Curriculum

Contact Details

Tel: +90 392 660 2000 – 2501

Fax: +90 392 660 2503

Postal Address: European University of Lefke

Lefke, Northern Cyprus TR-10 Mersin, Turkey

E-mail: engineering@eul.edu.tr

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