The electrical power engineering program aims to graduate outstanding electrical power engineers who can compete nationally and regionally and are well acquainted with the job market professionally and ethically.
Fields of Study
Electrical Power Engineering program covers a broad spectrum of topics and areas, including: Electrical Machines: transformers, induction, dc, and synchronous machines; Power Electronics, Electric Motor Drives, and Programmable Logic Controller (PLC); Power system analysis, operation, protection and control; Power delivery: high voltage engineering, switchgear and substations, and transmission and distribution systems; Renewable Energy Systems; Industrial communication network; and Electric vehicles technologies.
Our Graduates are working in top engineering, electrical energy, and industrial companies including design & consultation offices, electrical work construction companies, industrial companies, public electric utilities, renewable energy plants, automation companies, power and energy research offices.
EPE program is equipped with modern laboratories to provide the students with the required laboratory skills needed in their engineering profession. The labs are equipped with advanced equipment controlled by computers and/or SCADA systems.
The available labs include, and not limited to:
- Basic Electrical and Electronics Lab
- Measurements and Instrumentations Lab
- Electrical Machines Lab
- Power systems Simulator Lab
- Power electronics and drives Lab
- Projects Lab
- Microprocessors, Microcontrollers and Embedded systems Lab
- Computers’ Laboratories
There are several extra-curricular activities that students can get involved in outside of their degree to enhance skills, knowledge and overall experience. The Future University student branch of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE_FUE), Women in Engineering (WIE) group and Robotic Club (Roboclub) aim to promote the career opportunities and to raise awareness and enhance the skills of new developments in the field among electrical engineering students by managing events among students, faculty, and industry.