Electronics and Communictions Engineering Department (ECE)  

Electronics and Communications Engineering is a broad professional discipline concerned with the analysis, design and management of electronic circuitry, voice, data and video systems. The complexity of modern industrial and service organizations with their emphasis on quality, increased effectiveness and higher productivity through automation and computerization, has led to an increased demand for a new breed of electronics and communications engineering graduates.

  The Role of Electronics and Communications Engineers:  

Engineers are builders, doers, and decision-makers. Today's Electronics and Communications Engineers are those who understand the design/manufacturing/inspection/management of electronics and communications systems that generate, transmit, and utilize signals. They draw upon the knowledge of mathematics, as well as physical and technical engineering sciences, to function as problem solvers, innovators, designers, coordinators and system integrators.

  Electronics and Communications Engineers practise in all phases of electronics and communications industries and government agencies. They design and coordinate the design of man-machined systems, and computer- controlled systems.  
  The department seeks to graduate engineers who are scientifically-distinct in the ability to participate in the areas of electronics and communications engineering, depending on a high-quality education compatible with regional and international standards.  

This department aims to provide high-quality education in the field of electronic and communications engineering in order to enhance the competitiveness of graduates in the labor market and contribute to economic development and relevant scientific specialization by maintaining a positive environment of academic excellence in teaching, learning and scientific research, which creates a constructive interaction between students and academic members as well as industrial society where the available resources of the technical knowledge and research capacity are used to encourage creativity and the development of mental skills, as well as develop communication skills.