The B.Sc. program in Electronics Engineering is an ABET accredited program which dates back to 1982 when it was offered by the Gulf polytechnic. The program seeks to provide a broad and solid background in the current theory and practice of electronics, communication and computer engineering, including familiarity with basic tools of math and science.

Required science courses cover basic chemistry and physics, whereas math requirements cover calculus, linear algebra, differential equations, probability and statistics and numerical analysis.

Computer programming skills is provided through an introductory course in programming and a specialized course on computer application in electrical engineering. The program offers the main components of modern electronics engineering curriculum. Core courses cover circuit theory, electronic circuits, digital systems, signals and systems, electromagnetics, communications, control systems, power systems and electrical machines.

Students are required to select elective courses from one of the following specialization areas:

  • Digital System
  • Applied Electronics
  • Communication Engineering


Detailed Study Plan

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