Programme Philosophy and Objectives

The name of the programme is Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.) in Electrical and Electronics Engineering. It aims at producing graduates with sound knowledge in Electrical and Electronics Engineering and Technology.

HISTORY OF THE PROGRAMME

The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering came into being on the 25th of July, 2012 (2011/2012 academic session). The department is one of the seven (7) departments of the Faculty of Engineering, Federal University Oye Ekiti.

Philosophy and Aim of the Programme

The philosophy of the department is to build national capacity that can help the country to move from its status of a third world and developing nation to that of an advanced and developed nation. Specifically, the department will achieve this through developing human capital to the highest level possible in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.

Our vision is to;

Reposition the Department of Electrical/Electronic Engineering to becoming a leading department and an academic centre of excellence in the near future.

Our Mission is to:

Produce graduates who are grounded in all aspects of Electrical and Electronics Engineering through teaching and research thereby, contributing immensely to the need and demand of the society.

Aim:

The aim is to become one of the best Universities, where Electrical and Electronics Engineering skills, are acquired, in the nearest future.

 Objectives

The Objectives of the five-year, full-time degree programme is to produce graduates who:

  • Are capable of developing new and novel products and processes.
  • Have an understanding of the nature, uses and limitations of engineering materials.
  • Have a practical understanding of the development of products and processes and related commercial issues.
  • Are able to relate the principles of Engineering to develop an understanding of their limitations for engineering practice.
  • Are able to apply experimental, analytical and numerical methods appropriate to product and process development.
  • Have the ability to communicate engineering concepts and ideas by oral, written and graphic means.