The Masters of Science in Electrical Engineering is a graduate level of study design to provide relevance and sustainability for the future power industry. It fully addresses the challenge of innovation, teamwork and most importantly the advantage of doing, in the context of interdisciplinary endeavor. Research and innovative works of the program are geared toward the emerging technologies useful in the fast growing power industry.

Upon graduation the Graduates of MSEE are able to:

a.) Apply advanced knowledge of mathematics, concepts of fundamental sciences and engineering to identify, formulate and solve complex electrical engineering problems

b.) Apply know ledge of theoretical electrical engineering concepts in engineering analysis, and design as well as understand the impact of their engineering solutions in global and societal context

c.) Use advanced techniques, skills, and modern scientific and engineering software tools for research and development of emerging technologies

d.) Use advanced approach of designing and conducting experiments, and analyzing and interpreting data to provide optimal and innovative solutions to complex electrical engineering problems

e.) Proficient in technical communication in written, oral, and internationally accepted Electrical Engineering codes and standards to successfully present engineering ideas

f.) Work effectively as individual and as member or leader in trans–disciplinary and multi–cultural teams recognizing the different roles within a team to accomplish a common goal

g.) Observe professional, social and ethical responsibility in research and development activities

h.) Expose on the Global Trend, practices and regulations of emerging technologies

i.) Produce new know ledge and advancement of existing knowledge, in research and development projects, and in innovative activities in the areas of electrical engineering and emerging technologies aligned to regional and national development agenda or goals

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  • Scientist
  • University Professor