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Electrical Engineering

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  Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering  
 


The electrical engineer studies, designs and monitors systems and / or equipment in the areas of power, communications, controls, and computers to make community engineering works to meet its needs in an ethical, sustainable, and cost-effective manner. The courses include an educational program of technical depth and breadth as well as a broad liberal education.

 
 


The Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering has four areas of emphasis:

  • Power systems
  • Communications
  • Control systems
  • Computers
 
  Mission
 

Electrical Engineering joins the mission of the university, which is committed to the principle of accessibility with the most disadvantaged, comprehensiveness in its offerings, and adaptability to satisfy the needs of the community served. The Institution is also committed to the development of intellect and social ethics. In addition, it accepts the responsibility of fostering among its students respect for human dignity and their personal commitment towards improving society.

 
     
  Program Educational Objectives:  
 


A few years after graduation, graduates of the bachelor of sciences in Electrical Engineering from Caribbean University will:

  1. Demonstrate their knowledge and depth of understanding for the analysis and design principles of electrical and electronic systems.

  2. Analyze, design and manage EE projects by considering, safety standards, codes, regulations, resource optimization, costs, available modern technology within environmental, economic, social and political constraints.

  3. Communicate effectively, oral and written, in both English and Spanish, and work in diverse, global and multidisciplinary environments.

  4. Able to adapt to technological and social changes to remain relevant to their EE profession.
 
     
  Student Outcomes  
 


It is expected that by the time of graduation, our students will have:

  1. an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering

  2. an ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data

  3. an ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired need within realistic constrains such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability

  4. an ability to function on multidisciplinary teams

  5. an ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems

  6. an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility

  7. an ability to communicate effectively

  8. the broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context

  9. a recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning

  10. a knowledge of contemporary issues

  11. an ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice
 
   
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Once finishing the bachelor degree of science in Electrical Engineering, the graduate can get a job in a utility company, a design companies, a service agencies and/or pursuing a graduate degree. In addition, after getting the professional engineer license (PE), graduates can develop their own design or consulting company.

 
     
  Faculty  
 


The Faculty from the electrical engineering program is compromised with the education of their students. The priority of the program is to provide the best tools to our students in order to prepare then to solve the typical problems that an engineer will face during their firsts working years and to continuous learning through their professional career.


 
 

Prof. Diego Aponte (Coordinator)
Field of interest: Electronics and Communications
diaponte@caribbean.edu

 

Prof. Miguel Rivera
Field of interest: Power and Control Systems
mrivera@caribbean.edu

     

Prof. Miguel Muñiz
Field of interest: Circuits
mimuniz@caribbean.edu

 

Prof. Cesar Cabrera
Field of interest: Control Systems
ccabrera@caribbean.edu

     

Prof. José Rodriguez
Field of interest: Communications
jorodriguez@caribbean.edu

 

Prof. Angie Cordoba (Coordinator)
Field of interest: Computers
acordoba@caribbean.edu

     

Prof. Joed Rodriguez
Field of interest: Electronics
jbatiz@caribbean.edu

 

Prof. Carlos Ramos
Field of interest: Circuits
cramos@caribbean.edu

     

Prof. Marcos Acosta
Field of interest: Power Systems
maacosta@caribbean.edu

 

Prof. Oscar García
Field of interest: Communications
ogarcia@caribbean.edu

     

Dr. Ramón Vásquez
Field of interest: Communications and Control Systems
ravazquez@caribbean.edu

   
     
 
     
  Contacts  
 


Dr. Hermes E. Calderón
hcalderon@caribbean.edu
787 780 0070 x1200
Director – Department of Engineering and Informatics Technology

 
     
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