The graduates of the Electrical and Electronics Engineering program will:
- Define and solve engineering problems using analysis, experimentation, and creativity based on mathematical and scientific knowledge,
- Design electrical and electronics systems, components, and processes by knowledge of discipline, teamwork, and communication skills,
- Be employable in industry, or government organizations, or pursue advanced academic degrees, or become innovators and entrepreneurs, in diverse fields at both national and international levels,
- Continue professional development by learning through job training, hands-on experience, self-study, advanced courses and degrees, leading and mentoring others,
- Function as contributing members of the broader society as productive engineers in practice, research, or management with commitment to ethical, societal, and ecological implications of engineering.