The Electrical Power and Mechatronics Engineering Department offers high-quality undergraduate and graduate programs through innovative teaching, imaginative research, and fellowships.
The following programs are offered by our Department:
- Associate Diploma Bachelor (B.Sc.)
- Master degrees (M.Sc.)
- Associate diploma degree in the following majors:
- Energy technology
- Electrical Installations and Equipment
The diploma degree is awarded after the successful completion of 72 credit hours in addition to practical training and successfully pass the comprehensive exam.
- Bachelor of Science degree in the following majors:
- Electrical Power Engineering
- Mechatronics engineering
- Integrated renewable energy engineering
The B.Sc. The degree is awarded after the successful completion of 160 credit hours in addition to practical training.
- Master’s degree in Power and Control Engineering
Teaching for the master’s degree in the Power and Control Engineering program began in 2015 in response to the market needs and as a result of the success of the bachelor’s programs. The department awards a master’s degree after the successful completion of (33) credit hours and the preparation and discussion of the thesis.