Electrical Power Engineering
Department of Electrical Power Engineering
The Electrical Power Engineering Department is responsible for the teaching of such field of study as: • Renewable Energy • Industrial Management • Control System • Power System • Safety
The Programme Educational Objectives are formulated in such a way as to describe and target probable and possible professional and career growth accomplishments for the graduates of the Electrical Power Engineering programme that are achievable and measurable a few years after graduation. Each of the PEOs has direct Assessment Indicators (AIs) to measure the graduates' achievement of PEOs respectively, as listed below:
Programme Educational Objectives(PEOs)
Description of the PEOs in terms of specific assessment indicators (AI) allows measurement of the graduates’ accomplishments mainly through alumni survey data collection by the Department of Alumni Relations and Placement (DARP) on yearly basis.
PEO 1 - Technical Competence
PEO 2 - Communication Skills / Leadership
PEO 3 - Professional Ethics / Life-long Learning
The analyzed alumni survey data are shared with the respective department and Programme. Moreover, the achievement of the programme’s PEOs by the graduates is made feasible through the successful attainment and measurement of the Graduate Attributes (GAs) which are formulated to ensure full coverage of all measurable attributes pertaining to the electrical power engineering programme students’ abilities and skills acquired during their study period at the University.
Graduate Attributes (GA)
Upon completion of the programme, students will be able to:
1. Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of Mathematics, Science, Engineering Fundamentals, Power Electronic Drives and Electrical Engineering to the solution of complex problems in engineering.
2. Problem Analysis: Identify, Formulate and analyze the complex problems in Electrical Engineering problems using first principles of mathematics, science and Engineering to derive conclusions.
3. Design / Development of solutions: Design and development of Electrical and Electronic drives that meet specified needs with the considerations for the societal and environmental issues.
4. Investigations of complex problems: Analyse complex problems in electrical apparatus and energy systems using research based knowledge and research methods to provide valid solutions.
5. Modern tool usage: Apply appropriate tools and techniques for the modeling and analysis of Electrical and Electronic devices and systems.
6. The Engineer and Society: Apply Knowledge gained to assess societal, safety and cultural issues relevant to the professional engineering practice.
7. Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of solutions in electrical engineering field in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate the importance of sustainable development.
8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and professional responsibilities in electrical engineering practice.
9. Individual and teamwork: Function as an individual and teams in the multi-disciplinary environment.
10. Communication: Communicate effectively with the engineering community and society on complex engineering activities.
11. Project Management and Finance: Apply the knowledge of engineering and management principles to implant the projects in multidisciplinary environment.
12. Life-Long learning: Recognize the need for and get skills to engage in life-long learning.