The Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Electronics and Communications Engineering undergraduate programs produce innovative engineers committed to serve the nation through the practice of the electrical and electronics engineering profession and its allied fields.
The Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering (BSCoE) program develops engineers who design and implement a broad spectrum of computing systems and components, ranging from integrated circuits, embedded systems, computer networks, and software applications.
The Bachelor of Electronics and Communications Engineering (BSECE) program trains engineers who analyze, plan, design, measure, and operate electronic and communication devices and systems.
The Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE) program produces engineers who model, analyze, plan, design, measure, operate, and control electric power systems.
These three undergraduate programs work closely together to provide students a unique opportunity for cross-curricular learning from all of these areas while pursuing specific undergraduate degrees, enabling them to understand new, complex and hybrid systems, and allowing graduates to rapidly adapt to the continuously-changing technology landscape.
The graduate programs of the Institute provide advanced training and specialization in a broad range of areas in electrical and electronics engineering and its allied fields to prepare students to solve complex technological problems and to contribute new knowledge to the field. Our graduate programs provide the country with a pool of highly qualified electrical and electronics engineers who carry out creative and challenging work in research, development, design, technology management and university instruction.
The Master of Science (MS) in Electrical Engineering is a research-oriented degree program targeted primarily at academics and researchers. Prospective students in this program intend to undertake research towards enhancing the delivery of higher education in academic institutions or the development of new technology in government and industry research institutions. MS EE students undergo coursework and get trained in research through immersion in research laboratories, and write a thesis documenting the findings and contributions from their research work. The Master of Engineering (ME) Electrical Engineering offers an advanced professional degree targeted primarily at industry practitioners and professionals. Prospective students in this program seek enhance their skills and knowledge for career advancement and towards supporting higher value engineering activities in their respective institutions. As such, the program supports the development of local engineering industry by enhancing the capability of its workforce to undertake higher value engineering work. ME EE students may flexibly tailor their coursework based on their learning or professional objectives: they may even opt to engage in research work, directed study, or project work within their program of study.
The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)/ Doctor of Engineering (DE) in Electrical and Electronics Engineering programs produce experts capable of conducting independent investigation and study, producing original contributions to the fundamental knowledge in the field (PhD EEE), or solving engineering problems of substance and developing solutions in a creative and distinguished manner (DE EEE). Doctoral students undergo an intensive program of study and research in exciting, cutting-edge areas of technology, and write a dissertation documenting their journey and findings from their investigation. Although the typical entrance credential for admission into the doctoral programs is a master’s degree in a relevant field, admission is also possible for exceptional candidates who possess a relevant bachelor’s degree.
You may download here the UP EEEI Course Catalog, as of August 2016.