Electrical and Electronic Engineering (4 years, Bachelor of Science)


Through a combination of courses from both fields the BSc in Electrical and Electronic Engineering offers students a sound preparation for their role in designing, installing and maintaining electrical and electronic systems. Students are offered the possibility to specialize in a specific sector such as the production and distribution of energy focusing on renewable energy sources, electrical installations, design and maintenance of communication systems, electrical circuits, electronic systems and control boards.

Recognition by ETEK

The European University Cyprus “Electrical and Electronic Engineering” course is recognized by the Technical Chamber of Cyprus (ETEK).

Employment Opportunities

Electrical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Systems Engineering, Energy Engineering, Control Engineering, Hardware Support, Maintenance Engineering, Network Engineering, Communications Engineering, Teaching.

Program Outline

All students pursing the Bachelor of Science degree in "Electrical and Electronic Engineering" must complete the following requirements:

Degree Requirements Credits ECTS
General Education Requirements 15 25
Science Requirements 8 15
Mathematics Requirements 20 37
Major Requirements 74 148
Free Electives 9 15
Total Requirements 126 240

General Education Requirements 15 Credits 25 ECTS
Code Course Title Credits ECTS
COM101 Public Speaking 3 5
CSC135 Writing for Computer Science and Engineering 3 4
ENG103 Instruction in Expository Writing 3 6
PSY103 Introduction to Psychology 3 6
N/A General Education Elective 3 4

Science Requirements 8 Credits 15 ECTS
Code Course Title Credits ECTS
PHY101 Introductory Physics I 3 5
PHY102 Introductory Physics II 3 4
PHY161 Introductory Physics I Laboratory 1 3
PHY162 Introductory Physics II Laboratory 1 3

Mathematics Requirements 20 Credits 37 ECTS
Code Course Title Credits ECTS
MAT101 Calculus I 4 7
MAT102 Calculus II 4 7
MAT202 Differential Equations 3 6
MAT203 Multivariable Calculus 3 6
MAT206 Linear Algebra 3 5
MAT217 Probability & Statistics 3 6

Major Requirements 74 Credits 148 ECTS
Code Course Title Credits ECTS
CSC131 Programming Principles I 3 6
ECE100 Introduction to Engineering Principles and Measurements 3 6
ECE101 Electric Circuits I 3 5
ECE141 Electric Circuits I Laboratory 1 3
ECE202 Electric Circuits II 3 5
ECE211 Electronics I 3 5
ECE212 Electronics II 3 5
ECE213 Digital Logic 3 5
ECE215 Computer Organization & Architecture 3 6
ECE242 Electric Circuits II Laboratory 1 3
ECE271 Electronics I Laboratory 1 3
ECE272 Electronics II Laboratory 1 3
ECE273 Digital Logic Design Laboratory 1 3
ECE322 Data Communications and Computer Networks 3 6
ECE330 Introduction to Communication Systems 3 5
ECE338 Microprocessors and Microcomputers 3 5
ECE350 Signals and Systems Theory 3 6
ECE351 Electric and Magnetic Fields 3 6
ECE370 Power Engineering 3 6
ECE389 Microprocessors and Microcomputers Laboratory 1 3
ECE440 Control Systems and Theory 3 6
ECE441 Control Systems Laboratory 1 3
ECE473 Power Electronics 3 6
ECE482 Data Communications and Computer Networks Laboratory 1 3
ECE491 Senior Design Project 3 10
N/A Major Electives 15 25
Major Electives

Students must select any five (5) of the courses available from the list of major electives, some of which must be from the specialization areas “Electrical Engineering” and “Electronic Engineering” according to the requirements of the local professional certification body.

Code Course Title Credits ECTS
BUS360 Innovation and Entrepreneurship 3 5
CSC305 Assembly Language 3 5
CSC330 Fundamentals of Distributed Systems 3 6
ECE418 Internship Project 3 5
ECE450 Contemporary Topics 3 6
Specialization area: Electronic Engineering
Code Course Title Credits ECTS
ECE361 Network Fundamentals 3 6
ECE362 Routing Protocols and Concepts 3 6
ECE415 Embedded Systems 3 6
ECE431 Digital Signal Processing 3 5
ECE432 Parallel Computing 3 5
ECE452 Microwave and Optical Transmission 3 6
ECE462 VLSI Design 3 5
ECE463 FPGA Design Using VHDL 3 5
Specialization area: Electrical Engineering
Code Course Title Credits ECTS
ECE420 Renewable Energy Sources 3 5
ECE422 Photovoltaic Technologies 3 5
ECE423 Electrical Integration of Renewable Technologies 3 5
ECE471 Power Systems: Analysis 3 6
ECE472 Electrical Energy: Generation, Transport and Distribution 3 6
ECE474 Wiring Regulations: Explained and Illustrated 3 5
ECE475 Wiring Regulations: Design and verification of electrical installations 3 5

Free Electives 9 Credits 15 ECTS




Objectives & Outcomes

General Objectives
  • Development of student’s capacity to think, write and speak effectively and creatively
  • Development and appreciation of and respect for social, moral, and ethical values as the foundation of one’s relationship to others and one’s responsibilities to the community
  • Development of student’s analytical, decision-making and communication competencies together with those qualities of self reliance, responsibility, integrity and self-awareness which will promote personal achievement and contribution to organizations
  • Building breadth of perspective through the general education requirements and provide sufficient specialization to meet basic professional and career requirements
  • Provision of the necessary requirements for academic and/or career advancement.
Specific Objectives
  • Preparation of students for a lifetime career in Electrical and Electronic Engineering by establishing a foundation for life-long learning and development
  • Provision of a strong foundation in Engineering in general and Electrical and Electronic Engineering in particular
  • Preparation of students for careers in the industry, government and various institutions
  • Ability to target and troubleshoot engineering problems and to identify the requirements necessary for the solution
  • Ability to design and conduct experiments for problem solving and to interpret obtained experimental data
  • Ability to evaluate alternate approaches, procedures and tradeoffs in conjunction with engineering problems
  • Ability to design, implement and evaluate a system or process to meet specific requirements
  • Ability to conduct leadership and to work in teams with effective communication. Understanding of the various roles in a team and the contribution to accomplish a task
  • Provision of communication knowledge and skills both written and oral to document work in reports and present results
  • Understanding of the global need to engage in continuous technological development
Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this program, the students should be able to:

  1. Recognise essential facts, concepts, principles and theories relating to Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  2. Address a significant problem in Electrical and Electronic Engineering and deploy an appropriate selection of tools and techniques, as well as a disciplined approach, in arriving at a solution of the problem. This is achieved through the project work of the course
  3. Deploy oral and writing skills in a variety of contexts - both inside and outside of Electrical and Electronic Engineering courses
  4. Appreciate the importance of practicing as professionals and having the breadth and depth of knowledge expected of a practicing engineer
  5. Recognise the important relationship between theory and practice through their exposure to the laboratory part of the course
  6. Appreciate the relevant professional, ethical and legal issues related to the work of an Electrical and Electronic Engineer
  7. Appreciate the importance of team activity and the strengths that can be derived from this.

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