Dept of Mathematics

The aim of Mathematics education is to impart the student’s up- to-date theoretical and practical knowledge of the particular branch. The Course is designed to produce graduates who are able to practice electrical engineering in one of the following areas: communications, computers, controls, power electronic and power systems; define and diagnose problems and provide and implement engineering solutions in industry, business and government; observe engineering ethics in the practice of electrical engineering; communicate effectively with technically diverse audiences; collaborate with others as a member or as a leader in an engineering team and keep current with advancements in electrical, electronic and telecommunication engineering.

Under the present system, students have to complete the total number of credit hours under a program for all subjects. But they are not bound to complete the total credit hours within the scheduled semesters, as there is some flexibility for them. The number of credit hours a student wants to take in a semester or in different semester will depend on the capability and choice of the student following some rules and regulations of the University regarding this.