Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE), now offers undergraduate in Electronics Engineering. It is the pioneer of all higher education centers in the field of electrical and computer engineering Worldwide. Electrical and Electronics Engineering is consistently rated as the leading programs in the country. Our students associate with world-class faculty who are actively engaged in research. The Department of EEE earns teaching ratings that are among the best in the Faculty of Engineering, and in the Cyprus West University. Undergraduate students have a variety of opportunities to practice research in different research laboratories in the department.
Students will have access to excellent teaching facilities, including electronics laboratories and teaching space, supplemented by extensive computing equipment. Our specialist facilities include laboratory space for a wide range of electronics projects, experimental rigs for renewable and smart energy systems, robotics, ultrasound, and embedded systems, providing a creative and stimulating learning environment. Cyprus West University is continually investing in the best facilities, and our students will find everything they need for their studies right here on campus.
Electrical engineers use physics, electronics, and electromagnetism to design devices that are powered by or produce electricity. Electrical engineers work on anything from small pocket devices to large aircraft electrical systems. Engineers test prototypes and evaluate and improve systems. Nearly every industry has a place for an electrical engineer, including government, transportation, communications, technology, and utilities. Most electrical engineers work in an office or lab setting, but on-site projects and short-term assignments are common. Electrical engineering jobs are expected to grow at a slower-than-average pace from 2012 to 2022, so picking the right electrical engineering degree is crucial. Engineers who keep up-to-date with industry trends will have an advantage over the competition. Electrical engineering is shifting toward computer systems design and away from traditional manufacturing. Electrical engineers work to build powerful electronics that use computer, cellular, and GPS technologies.