Electrical Engineering has secured a central part in all modern day industries as a factor technology. Its core function is especially noted in newly emerging areas relevant to green source technologies such as electric automobiles, solar power generation, wind power generation, fuel cell power generation and smart grids. The focus of this program is to help students acquire basic engineering theories, while engaging in intensive learning from their areas of major in both theory and practice and promoting the ability to find creative solutions to given problems. The curriculum covers fundamental magnetism, circuit theory, armature circuits, control engineering, power engineering, microprocessor as the first stage, to be followed by courses in specific areas of interest such as electric machinery, power electronics, control systems, smart grid engineering, electrical and electronic material engineering, among others. The objective of the program is to develop professionals capable of designing/development/management of power generation machinery and power generation systems.
The Electronics Engineering Program emphasizes the fostering of creativity and pragmatic ability to settle given problems based on engineering theories and technical training in the field of electronics engineering across the board so as to educate future leaders of the electronic system in various industrial, educational and other fields. The program offers a curriculum composed of basic circuit theory, electro-magnetics, electric circuits, control engineering, semiconductor device, microprocessors, followed by learning of signal processing, semiconductors, control systems, CAD, electromagnetic waves, among other areas of specific interest, aimed at nurturing designers and developers of various systems.
The goal of the Information and Communication Engineering is to produce experts with the fundamental knowledge and skills in relevant science and engineering fields, with a well-balanced character and sound set of values as a healthy, productive member of society. The program places emphasis on producing the practical capabilities required at industrial sites as well as design and analytical skills based on theories in wired and wireless communication technologies. The curriculum comprises courses in basic theory courses in digital engineering, integrated circuits, electromagnetism, communications engineering, electronic circuits, data organization, microprocessors as fundamental courses for major students followed by courses in data communications, computer architecture, network programs, operation systems, wireless communications, computer network, embedded systems, information communication coding theory, digital broadcasting, mobile communications, wireless networks, multimedia networking, network security, and broadband communication network, as major courses.