Graduate Program


The objective of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Doctor of Philosophy program is to train certificated electrical and computer engineers with the competencies stated below:


1)      Advanced technical background, research, theoretical knowledge and application skills at PhD level in electrical-electronics and computer engineering

2)      Ability make and publish PhD-level scientific research

3)      Effective communication ability, multi-dimensions approach, professional and academic ethics, social responsibility awareness

4)      Ability to conduct independent research at creative level, disciplinary and interdisciplinary study and collaboration skills

5)      Ability to adopt a scientific method, to follow and to contribute to scientific innovations


The following is the program learning outcomes of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Doctor of Philosophy Program presenting the general profile of program graduates.


1)        Ability to apply electrical-electronics and computer engineering knowledge in research and in creating new knowledge

2)        Ability to contribute at advance level to science and technology and make publications

3)        Ability to design and make new experiments, and ability to analyze and interpret their results

4)        Ability to research at PhD level in multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary projects and teams

5)        Ability to develop new methodologies and solve engineering problems

6)        Ability to understand the impact of engineering in global, economical, environmental and social context

7)        Ability to use advanced engineering methods and recent engineering tools effectively

8)        Having PhD level knowledge in computer and engineering sciences research, and by using this knowledge, ability to design and analyze electrical and electronics devices, and the systems containing hardware and software