BSc in Electrical Engineering

General

Program Description

The Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering is a four-year program offered to male and female students.

Through its solid structure, the program strikes a balance between theory, practical knowledge, and hardware and software skills. Also, the program fosters a broad awareness of social, cultural, and ethical issues together with a good understanding of the role of engineering in the community. In addition to the core electrical engineering courses, students are allowed to choose from a large number of major elective courses that cover several electrical engineering areas such as Signal Processing & Communications, Biomedical Engineering, Power Systems & Machines, and Industrial Electronics & Control. All areas are strengthened by the project-based learning experience.

The Electrical Engineering program offered by the department is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET. Electrical engineers play a vital role in any modern society.

In Qatar, the need for highly qualified electrical engineering graduates has been stressed by the huge economic growth and social development the country is witnessing through its 2030 National Vision. 

Admission

Admission requirements vary based on the application type (new, transfer, visiting or non-degree applicants). Please contact us for further information about admission requirements.

Last updated Apr 2020

About the School

QU is committed to providing high-quality education in areas of national priority. Underpinning this commitment is the goal to align its colleges, programs, and courses with established international ... Read More

QU is committed to providing high-quality education in areas of national priority. Underpinning this commitment is the goal to align its colleges, programs, and courses with established international standards and best practices. As a result, QU has been successful in its accreditation initiatives, earning the endorsement of numerous leading international accrediting bodies. Read less