Electronics & Communications Engineering
The Department of Electronics and Communications Engineering was established in September 1992 to meet the market demands for qualified engineers both locally and regionally. The department offers two degrees; the Bachelor of Science in Electronics and Communications Engineering and the Master in Communications. Our efforts are focused on providing students with the necessary knowledge and experience that enable them to compete in the labor markets of the 21st century. More than 1000 engineers (Bachelor and Master Degrees) have graduated from the department and are serving their communities by working in private corporations or local governments.
The department has qualified and experienced full-time faculty members consisting of two professors, two associate professors, four assistant professors, and one lecturer. The Department of Electronics and Communications Engineering has a range of well-equipped laboratories such as Electronics, Digital Electronics, Analogue Communication and Digital Communication labs.
Our mission is to distinctively graduate qualified Engineers who are able to keep up with the emerging technologies in the field of electronics and communications engineering and to promote scientific research.