The program begins with basic theory in electrical and electronic engineering. In the early stages, students will acquire basic knowledge and skills as an engineer through core subjects such as circuit theory, analog and digital electronics, programming and computer design. Subjects related to mathematics, physics, soft skills and entrepreneurship will also be applied to produce students who are nationally aspiring, competent, competitive and innovative.
Students have the opportunity to apply knowledge gained through laboratory work, individual and group projects as well as problem -based learning. Next, students will study subjects that emphasize on the specialization of fields such as electromagnetic waves, power machines, control theory, energy and power electronics. These subjects are the key to enabling students to apply knowledge to real world problems.