Department of Mechanical, Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Control Systems Engineering
Instrumentation Systems Engineering
Electrical and Electronic Systems Engineering
Electronic Devices Engineering

The department offers education and research related to the areas of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and electronic engineering. Three undergraduate courses are provided. In these, students study a wide range of basic theories related to the areas of this department during their first two years. They then select one of three courses:
A : Control systems and engineering mechanics,
B : Power, communication and instrumentation engineering,
C : Electronic devices and solid-state physics.

These courses include a sub-curriculum related to computer literacy and programming, utilizing a comprehensive computer system for educational purposes.

The department aims to produce graduates who have prepared for professional engineering practice in either mechanical, electrical, or electronic engineering, but with fundamental knowledge in all three fields.