The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering at TED University, which started its education and teaching in the 2012-2013 academic year, aims to train our students as engineers showing successful performance in international and national platforms related to their professions. We endeavor our alumni to be respectful and honest individuals who can think analytically, follow scientific innovations, produce practical solutions, and work in harmony within a group.
The language of instruction in our department is English. Our curriculum is inspired by the world's prestigious universities' curriculums. Our department consists of 11 full-time teaching staff in total, where we have 1 Professor, 3 Associate Professors, 3 Assistant Professors, and 4 Research & Teaching Assistants. TED University adopts the "Liberal Arts Education" philosophy, where our students can take "Common Core" courses and "Secondary Field" courses from other faculties besides the technical courses that our department offers.
Our department offers a wide range of courses such as Circuit Theory, Digital Design, Microelectronic Devices, Signal Processing, Electromagnetic Theory, Analog Electronics, Electrical Machines, Control Systems, Telecommunications, Microwave, Photonics, Optoelectronics, and Power Systems. We have 3 education and 1 research laboratory in our department for developing our students' practical skills. Senior projects and summer internship courses are managed via a pre-determined process. Our alumni find employment in national or international companies, universities, research & development institutions, and design & production factories. In particular, our alumni find jobs in critical defense industry companies; and developing sectors such as electricity, electronics, computers, software, and telecommunications. Our department, which gave its first graduates in 2016, has already graduated more than 150 students. You can find detailed information about our department on our website.
On behalf of the TED University Electrical and Electronics Engineering family, I wish you all success in your education and engineering life; and I congratulate you in advance for your achievements.
Chair of the Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department
IEEE Senior Member