The program aims to provide the students with advanced and comprehensive coverage of specialist skills required by an engineer working in electronic instrumentation, electronic systems, telecommunications (both wireless and wired), and computer hardware and software aspects of computer engineering. Recognizing the need for well-rounded engineers, the program also emphasizes strong communication and interpersonal skills. The enrolled students develop these skills not only through required courses in the humanities and social sciences but also during team projects in design classes.
To provide students with educational experiences which give them a sound basis in computer and communication systems and to prepare the qualified graduates to be professionals capable of being leaders in their chosen careers, committed to life-long learning, innovation, critical thinking, integrity, and civic responsibility.
The undergraduate education in the NU Computer and Communication Engineering Department prepares students to achieve our Program Education Objectives (POE):
Goal1: Use basic science and engineering concepts and skills in interpretation, analysis, and design situations.
Goal2: Engage in successful careers in industry, academia, and public service.
Goal3: Continue their professional development through continuing education and personal development experiences.
Goal4: Communicate with teamwork skills as well as an appreciation for ethical behavior.
The program mission and educational objectives are consistent with those of the University. The key sentence of the University of Nawroz’s mission statement is:
“Meet the cultural needs of Kurdistan through commitment to the educational, technological, and economic development of the society.”
These correspond to CCEN’s mission:
“Provide students with educational experiences which give them a sound basis in computer and communication systems and to prepare the qualified graduates to be professionals capable of being leaders in their chosen careers”
Students graduating from the Computer and Communication Engineering Department at NU will be expected and prepared to exercise the skills and abilities (a) through (k) listed in the Program Learning Outcomes below:
An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.