Generations of competent and versatile engineers
BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING
Preparing students for the workforce is important but so is the need to groom students into well-rounded talents so they can enjoy the flexibility of career choices.
Characterising the EEE curriculum is broad-based training, which focuses on three aspects:
- Solid foundation in the physical sciences
- Comprehensive training in electrical engineering
- Broad coverage of non-technical areas
The non-technical courses offered to EEE students include the following:
- Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
- Business and Management
- Science, Technology and Society
- Communication Skills
- Human Resource Management
- Engineers and Society
Referred to as “General Education Requirement Prescribed Electives” (GER-PE), these non-engineering courses contribute about 23% of the overall curriculum workload. Students will take these courses throughout their four years at the School.