Electrical and Electronics Engineering is an engineering discipline covering the issues related to the design, development, maintenance, protection, control, economics, and management of systems operating with strong (electricity) and weak (electronic) currents. This engineering discipline offers solutions and products in many areas, such as communication, energy, the defense industry, and the health sector. Therefore, we always encounter an application of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, wherever energy is used. Electrical and Electronics Engineering, which can form a common interdisciplinary platform with various areas, is not a part of technical but also social and economic development and progress. Due to the developing and changing nature of the sector, engineers need to keep themselves up to date on new technologies. Electrical and Electronics engineers and researchers have critical duties and responsibilities so that we can be a society that not only uses the existing knowledge and technology but can think for itself, produce and keep up with the technological advances in the world.
Our department aims to implement a "student-centered" and an "interactive" program that adopts new teaching-learning techniques while adapting to the modern world in cooperation with other disciplines. With our flexible and multi-choice curriculum based on students' preferences, we aim to create a solid professional background for students and help students learn the interaction between this profession and complementary social and global issues. Thanks to the "Liberal Arts Education" philosophy adopted by TED University, our students can take "Common Core" courses and "Secondary Field" courses from other faculties. In addition, "Minor" and "Double Major" programs are also offered for our students.
7 full-time faculty members and 4 teaching & research assistants work in our department. There are 3 education laboratories and 1 research laboratory in our department. Our department gave its first graduates in 2016, and currently, more than 150 students have graduated from our department. Our alumni work in national or international companies in rapidly developing sectors such as electricity, electronics, computers, software, and telecommunication, especially in critical defense industry companies.
Our Mission: To train engineers to have critical thinking and lifelong learning skills, work collaboratively, adopt and apply professional behavior and ethical rules, adapt to new situations and approaches, and have strong communication power and broad vision.
Our Vision: To train new researchers using novel teaching techniques for producing, applying, and disseminating knowledge by conducting high-impact research.