B.Sc. Degree in Electrical Engineering
Electrical Engineering and Electronics are directly and indirectly an integral part of the industrial process and production, and the industry depends on the use of modern electro-technical systems. Innovations and new products in the field of electrical engineering are the key to overcoming challenges facing the Palestinian economy. Electrical engineering can develop into HiTech technology when the study, training, and application of the field becomes more profound, specialized and relevant to the private sector and society, satisfying current and future markets. This program takes part in supplying highly qualified engineers capable of leading the advancement in Palestine.
Credit Hours 165
Theory credits 140
Practice Hours 25
Goals & Outcomes
The DSEE program aims at preparing highly qualified engineers capable of leading the electro-technical advancement in Palestine, and supplying the students with the knowledge to have a key role in shaping the power and energy industry in order to solve the energy problems in Palestine, and ultimately lead the technological advancement in Palestine.
The DSEE program will enable students with the following:
- Understanding how electrical utilities provide power, and the necessary equipment to generate, transmit, and distribute it
- Improving the reliability, security and safety of the electric power grid
- Designing and conducting experiments to analyze and interpret data
- Designing a system, component or process to meet desired needs
- Ability to function, formulate and solve engineering problems
- Understanding the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context
- Ability to use and transfer the theoretical knowledge into practical application
DSEE graduates can be employed in various fields and in numerous positions. Graduates are able to work in design, construction, automation and operation of various systems, and are usually able to work as planning, executive, and maintenance engineers, technical officers, electrical system designers, system programmers, and automation engineers.