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Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs)

A- Knowledge and Understanding:

By the end of this program the graduates of the program should be able to demonstrate the knowledge and understanding of:
  • Mathematics including differential and integral calculus, algebra and analytical geometry, differential equations, numerical analysis, complex & special functions, statistics and their applications on signal analysis.
  • Basic science including classical and advanced physics, mechanics and chemistry.
  • Basics of Information and Communication Technology (ICT), and communication systems.
  • Topics related to humanitarian interests and general knowledge.
  • Principles of Business, management and legislations relevant to electrical engineering.
  • Quality assurance systems, codes of practice and standards, health and safety requirements.
  • Technical language and report writing.
  • Contemporary electrical power engineering topics.
  • Professional ethics and impacts of engineering solutions on society and environment.
  • Topics from other engineering disciplines including engineering graphics, building construction, surveying, thermodynamics, fluid mechanics.
  • Fundamentals of electrical engineering including DC/AC electrical circuits, electronic devices and circuits, electromagnetic fields, signal analysis, and electrical and electronic instrumentation.
  • Principles, theories and techniques in the field of logic circuit design, digital circuits and systems, computer organization, microprocessors and programmable logic controllers (PLC).
  • Principles, theories, and techniques of classical and modern control systems.
  • Construction, theory of operation, equivalent circuit, and performance of DC machines, transformers, synchronous machines, and induction machines.
  • Fundamentals of high voltage, power system planning, power system operation and control, power system protection, renewable energy systems, and power system stability.
  • Principles, construction and applications of electric power components including overhead lines, underground cables, insulators, switchgear, relays and instrument transformers.
  • Theories, mathematical models, and techniques necessary for analyzing the power system under both normal and fault conditions.
  • Electrical characteristics of power electronic devices, operation of power electronic converters, and control methods of electric drives systems.
  • Design methods and tools for electrical power and machines equipment and systems.

B- Intellectual Skills:

By the end of this program the graduates of the program should be able to:
  • Apply mathematics and physics knowledge to solve engineering problems.
  • Develop and implement simple computer programs for engineering applications.
  • Think in a creative and innovative way in problem solving and design.
  • Apply different theories and techniques to analyze DC/AC circuits.
  • Apply knowledge of solid state physics and electronic components on electronic circuit analysis.
  • Analyze and design logic circuits, digital circuits, computer and microprocessor systems and PLC's.
  • Apply different theories and techniques to solve problems of classical and modern control systems.
  • Apply knowledge of electromagnetic fields to solve and analyze related problems.
  • Apply knowledge of DC machines, transformers, synchronous machines, and induction machines to solve and analyze related problems.
  • Select appropriate mathematical and/or computer-based methods for analyzing: power transmission and distribution, load flow, and economic dispatch
  • Select appropriate mathematical and/or computer-based methods for analyzing short circuit, angle and voltage stability.
  • Plan and design transmission systems and protection schemes for power systems.
  • Examine the operation of power electronic converters and electric drives systems.
  • Develop innovative solutions considering incorporate economic, environmental dimensions and risk management in the design of practical industrial problems.

C- Professional and Practical Skills:

By the end of this program the graduates of the program should be able to:
  • Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, information technology, design, business context and engineering practice integrally to solve engineering problems.
  • Professionally merge the engineering knowledge and skills to design a process, component or system related to electrical engineering.
  • Use computational facilities and techniques, measuring instruments, workshops and laboratory equipment to design experiments, collect, analyze and interpret results.
  • Use a wide range of analytical tools, techniques, equipment, and software packages pertaining to the discipline and develop required computer programs.
  • Practice the techniques of graphical communications for constructing engineering graphics.
  • Apply safe systems at work and observe the appropriate steps to manage risks.
  • Apply quality assurance and follow the appropriate codes and standards.
  • Prepare and present technical report.
  • Apply project management skills and Exchange knowledge and skills with engineering community.
  • Perform experiments, collect, analyze and interpret results of DC/AC circuits, electronic components and circuits, and electrical and electronic instruments.
  • Implement and troubleshoot electronic circuits, digital circuits and microprocessor-based applications.
  • Integrate electrical, electronic and mechanical components with transducers, actuators and controllers in computer controlled systems.
  • Perform experiments, collect, analyze and interpret results of performance of DC machines, transformers, synchronous machines, and induction machines.
  • Perform experiments to evaluate the performance of transmission systems and protective relays.
  • Perform experiments related to power electronic converters and electric drives systems.
  • Apply modern techniques, skills and numerical modeling methods to electrical power engineering.

D- General and transferable skills:

By the end of this program the graduates of the program should be able to:
  • Collaborate effectively within multidisciplinary team.
  • Work in stressful environment and within constraints.
  • Communicate effectively.
  • Demonstrate efficient IT capabilities.
  • Lead and motivate individuals.
  • Effectively manage tasks, time, and resources.
  • Search for information and engage in life-long self learning discipline.
  • Acquire entrepreneurial skills.
  • Refer to relevant literatures.