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Program Intended learning outcomes (ILOs)

A- Knowledge and Understanding:

By the end of the program the student should be able to demonstrate the knowledge and understanding of:
  • Basic Sciences including classical and solid state physics, mechanics and chemistry.
  • Topics related to humanities and general knowledge including business, management,Professional ethics, legislations, environmental engineering, technical language and report writing
  • Basics of information and communication technology.
  • Topics from other engineering disciplines including engineering graphics, civil engineering, production technology, thermodynamics and fluid mechanics.
  • Mathematics including differential and integral calculus, algebra and analytical geometry, differential equations, Fourier analysis, vector analysis, numerical analysis, complex & special functions, statistics and their applications on electrical engineering.
  • Elements, theories, techniques of analysis of DC/AC circuits, electrical machines, and energy systems.
  • Fundamentals, theories and applications of electronic components, devices fabrication and electronic circuits.
  • Principles and applications of photonics.
  • Applying of the electrical, electronic, digital instrumentation, sensors and transducers in the biomedical technology.
  • Principles, theories, techniques and applications of digital circuits and systems, computer organization, microprocessors and microcontrollers.
  • Principles, theories, techniques and applications of classical and modern control systems.
  • Theories, techniques, analysis of analog and digital signals processing.
  • Theories, techniques, and technology in the field of communication links including satellite, optical fibers, and mobile communication systems.
  • Basic concepts of data transmission, data computer networks and secure communication.
  • Principles of the electromagnetic theory, applications of the microwave engineering, microwave electronic devices and antennas in the fields of the communication engineering.
  • Analysis, techniques and applications of digital integrated circuits and nanotechnology.
  • Quality assurance systems, codes of practice and standards, health and safety requirements and environmental issues.

B- Intellectual Skills:

Graduates should have ability to:
  • Think in a creative and innovative way in problem solving and design.
  • Apply appropriate mathematical and physics knowledge for modeling and analyzing electronic and communication systems problems.
  • Use software tools to develop computer programs for engineering applications.
  • Plan, conduct and write a technical report on a project or an assignment.
  • Apply different theories and techniques to analyze problems of DC/AC circuits, energy systems and DC/AC machines.
  • Apply different theories and techniques to model, evaluate the characteristics and solve problems of classical and modern control systems.
  • Perform the power budget computations for communication links and make the tradeoff between the power, bitrate, and bandwidth.
  • Analyze and design communication systems based on the knowledge acquired.
  • Combine, exchange, and assess different ideas and knowledge from range of sources for solving electronic and communication systems problems.
  • Design and integrate digital systems for certain specific function using the appropriate components.
  • Assess and evaluate the characteristics and performance of electronic components, systems and processes.
  • Investigate the failure and develop innovative solution for electronic components, systems, and processes.
  • Analyze the performance of microwave and antenna systems.
  • Develop innovative solutions considering incorporate economic, environmental dimensions and risk management in the design of practical industrial problems.
  • Analyze the performance of Photonic devices and systems.

C- Professional and Practical Skills

Graduates should have ability to:
  • Apply theories and techniques of mathematics, basic sciences and information technology to solve electronic and communication systems problems.
  • Professionally merge the knowledge of electronic and communication systems to improve design, products and services.
  • Design a process, component or system and practice the quality of electronic and communication systems.
  • Use computational facilities and related software tools, measuring instruments, workshops and/or relevant laboratory equipment to design and diagnosis experiments, collect data, analyse and interpret results.
  • Apply numerical modelling methods to microwave, antennas, electronic and communication systems.
  • Perform practical measurements of the microwave, antenna, and communication links.
  • Follow up safety requirements at work and observe the appropriate steps to manage risks.
  • Apply quality assurance and follow the appropriate codes and standards.
  • Exchange knowledge and skills with communication systems engineering community and industry.
  • Edit and present technical report.
  • Use the standard and appropriate tools to troubleshoot, maintain and repair the electronic systems.
  • Read thoroughly datasheets and identify appropriate specifications for required system or device.
  • Perform the practical measurements of the photonic devices and systems.

D- General and Transferable Skills

Graduates should have ability 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.