Electrical Engineering Technology

The Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technology (EET) has developed a new Applied Engineering Bachelor degree program that will prepare professional engineers to adapt quickly to new technologies and knowledge. Unique to this Applied Engineering College is that all subjects are delivered in English by a team of international experts.

Coursework, department facilities, community and industry will engage students in the fundamentals of critical thinking, communication and teamwork. The program emphasizes the best of engineering theory, professional practice, cutting edge software, design and control processes while utilizing instructional method in the way people learn best. The result will be highly capable engineering professionals with both theoretical and active knowledge of engineering.

The EET curriculum aims to develop a coherent programme of study that supports student’s learning across modules and assist both staff and students to see, build and foster this coherence. That is, it would encourage students to perceive their learning as a continuous and transformative process rather than being made up of a series of discrete unconnected modular building block.

The following Big Ideas are identified as our starting points for curriculum design. These big ideas are intended to consolidate graduates opportunity to be successful in workplace and society at large and support them to achieve their full potential.

  1. Develop the ability of self-education for future coping with new technologies. Electrical engineering is the most rapidly developing discipline.
  2. Utilize academic knowledge, practices and skills  to enhance employability;
  3. Develop engineering oriented abilities of analysis, design, critical thinking and problem-solving.
  4. Develop positive graduate attributes and values: academic dignity, teamwork, honesty and trust in self.

 

Pathways in Electrical Engineering Technology

 

 

Electrical Power

 

 

 

 

Mechatronics