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Course Description

Electrical Engineering encompasses a broad spectrum of knowledge areas including Electronics (Digital and Analogue), Signal Processing and Communication Systems, Controls Systems and Robotics, Electromagnetic & Electro-optics, Electrical Energy Generation and Distribution.

The Electrical Engineering department at SEECS prepares the students to become professional electrical engineers who are proficient in applying the knowledge acquired at SEECS in core electrical engineering disciplines to solve practical engineering problems.

Why join this programme?

In the contemporary world, applications of electronics and electrical engineering are both diverse and pervasive. By joining the Electrical Engineering programme you take the first step in becoming a member of an elite group of specialists who will always have a niche area of knowledge which shall never get redundant. The programme is especially prominent for the following reasons:

  • Strong focus on teaching excellence
  • Strong focus on incorporating practical skills in lab work and on fostering research and innovation
  • Increased job opportunities for SEECS graduates due to greater market acceptance

    Associated Careers

    Electrical and electronic engineering graduates are in demand in a number of industries-broadcast communications, mobile communications, optical communications, integrated circuit design, instrumentation, medical engineering, avionics, consumer electronics and computer networking, to name but a few. Graduates can also pursue research, as PhD students, or join industrial laboratories. The Electrical Engineering (EE) department at NUST SEECS currently offers an undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering with various specializations and a strong post-graduate program 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 .