Electrical Engineering (EE) department at NUST SEECS currently offers
an undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering with various
specialisations and a strong post-graduate programme leading to PhD in Electrical Engineering. The EE department offers a broad range of EE
courses, both elementary and advanced, spanning the whole gamut of EE
disciplines including areas such as electronics, electrical machines,
power engineering, control systems, computer systems, communication
systems and networks.
The EE department aims to achieve academic and research
leadership in its subject area through its well-designed curriculum
(that emphasises conceptual understanding and fosters creativity)
coupled with its strong focus on research, innovation, and
industry-liaison. NUST SEECS also strongly emphasises on imbibing the
graduates with sound professional ethics.
Summarising, the broad objectives of EE department are as follows:
To develop EE graduates having a concrete knowledge-base spanning the broad range of basic EE disciplines through a strong focus on teaching excellence.
To develop practically skilled EE graduates who can contribute significantly immediately after graduation through a strong focus on incorporating practical skills in lab work.
- To imbibe graduates with analytical, critical reasoning, and problem-solving skills through a strong focus on fostering research and innovation.
To acquire prominence at
national and international level as a unique source of quality
education and distinguished research which stimulates all to excel in
their respective endeavours to emerge as winners.
To prepare Electrical Engineering graduates having a concrete knowledge-base and analytical/soft/problem solving skills through its qualified faculty, state-of-the-art facilities and enabling environment, that shall empower them to undertake innovative research and entrepreneurship.
Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)
The EE programme of SEECS
is based on four program education objectives (PEOs) that are given
below and published yearly in the program handbook .
produce employable graduates with core mathematical, scientific and
engineering concepts in the domain of Electrical Engineering
PEO-2: To produce creative engineers equipped with sound analytical and problem solving skills to undertake real world challenges
PEO-3: To produce responsible and ethical professionals with leadership qualities and effective soft skills.
PEO-4: To produce enterprising professionals with a motivation for innovation and life-long learning
Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs)
- Engineering Knowledge
- Problem Analysis
- Design/Development of Solutions
- Modern Tools Usage
- The Engineer and Society
- Environment and Sustainability
- Individual and Team Work
- Project Management
- Lifelong Learning