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The School of Electrical and Computer Engineering offers undergraduate degree programs in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering and Information Technology Engineering. All programs provide students with a strong background in mathematics, basic sciences, engineering science, engineering design and complementary studies, in conformity with the requirements of the ministry of Science, Research and Technology of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
The program in Electrical Engineering gives students a broad understanding of the key principles that are responsible for the extraordinary advances in the technology of micro-electronics, control, telecommunications and power systems. This program is designed for both students who wish to pursue postgraduate work and look to a career in advanced research and development and who are going to join industries. A graduate of this program is exposed to all basic elements of electrical engineering and can function in any of our client industries.
The program in Computer Engineering provides students with greater depth and breadth of knowledge in the hardware and software aspects of computers. Students are exposed to both theoretical and practical issues of both hardware and software in well-equipped laboratories. Although the program is designed to meet the growing demands of industry for engineers with a strong background in modern computer technology, it also provides the underlying depth for graduate studies in all fields of Computer Engineering.
The Department also offers a Bachelor of Information Technology Engineering program. This program offers students the opportunity to focus their studies on the skills needed to design and develop complex information systems. This emerging field of engineering is a major component of the growing Information Technology (IT) sector of the economy, in which the demand for qualified personnel continues to outstrip supply.
In addition to technical complementary courses, students in all three programs take general complementary courses in social and Islamic sciences, administrative studies and humanities. These courses allow students to develop specific interests in areas such as Islamic ethics, psychology, economics, management or political science.