Department of Electrical & Computer & Communication Engineering
Mission & Vision


Mission Statement of the ECCE Department

The mission of the Electrical, Computer, and Communication Engineering (ECCE) department is to provide students with excellent undergraduate engineering education whilst promoting ethical and spiritual values. The department is dedicated to endow students with the knowledge, technical skills, and values that prepare them to excel as engineers and leaders in their profession and to be committed to life-long learning and good citizenship.

Mission Statement of the Electrical Engineering Program

The mission of the Electrical Engineering program is to provide excellent undergraduate education which includes the theory and practice of balanced topics in electrical engineering following the liberal arts education model. Besides promoting ethical and spiritual values and serving the community, the graduates are expected to acquire quality knowledge, critical thinking, and civic responsibility in a variety of electrical engineering fields through a balance of required courses and technical electives. The program seeks to prepare qualified electrical engineering graduates for professional practice or graduate studies at the local, regional and international levels. Graduates are able to work skillfully and effectively in multidisciplinary teams and are competent to engage in lifelong learning.

Mission Statement of the Computer and Communication Engineering Program

The mission of the Computer and Communication Engineering program is to provide excellent undergraduate education which includes the theory and practice of balanced topics in computer and communication engineering following the liberal arts education model. Besides promoting ethical and spiritual values and serving the community, the graduates are expected to acquire quality knowledge, critical thinking, and civic responsibility in a variety of computer and communication engineering fields through a balance of required courses and technical electives. The program seeks to prepare qualified computer and communication engineering graduates for professional practice or graduate studies at the local, regional and international levels. Graduates are able to work skillfully and effectively in multidisciplinary teams and are competent to engage in lifelong learning.