The department of Electrical Engineering/ Power and Control (PCE) Engineering offers an undergraduate program leading to Bachelor of Science degree after completing 160 credit hours. This program covers fields of power system analysis, protection, renewable energy systems, electrical machines, power electronics, electrical driving systems, control theory, computer control systems, process control, simulation and emulation of control and power systems, PLC and SCADA systems, and robotics. Laboratories are fundamental part of the PCE program as they provide the necessary practical experience to the students. PCE program combines the fundamentals of electrical engineering and in-depth knowledge of power and control reflected by the curriculum.
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