Control engineering focuses on the modeling of a diverse range of dynamic systems and the design of controllers that will cause these systems to behave in the desired manner. To implement such controllers, electrical engineers may use electronic circuits, digital signal processors, microcontrollers, and programmable logic controllers (PLCs).
Control engineering has a wide range of applications from the flight and propulsion systems of commercial airliners to the cruise control present in many modern automobiles. It also plays an important role in industrial automation.
5-Years (10 Levels)
The mission of the Electrical Engineering and Control Program is to qualify students for successful and outstanding careers in Electrical Engineering and Control fields. This is based upon: applying knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering concepts to analysis and design of systems, component or process needs within realistic constrains. Also, identify, formulate and solve fundamental engineering problems and to use the advanced techniques, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.
They can work efficiently within teams with high communication skills and display professional and ethical responsibilities.
They can able to engage in self- and life-long learning necessary to meet the technical and social challenges of the future.
In pursuit of this mission, the educational objectives of the Industrial Engineering Program can be summarized as follows:
The program requirements can be classified according to the courses area as follows: