Communication Engineering Department.
The Department of communication engineering will provide programs of the highest quality to produce world class engineers who can address challenges of the new millennium. The Department has initiated an B.Sc. program in 2003 in response to the market needs. The B.Sc. degree is awarded after successful completion of 160 credit hours in addition to practical training of not less than 8 weeks.
The Department of Communication Engineering will dedicate it to providing its students with the skills, knowledge and attitudes that will allow its graduates to succeed as engineers and leaders, maintaining a vital state-of-the-art research, which provides its students and faculty with opportunities to create, interpret, apply and disseminate knowledge. Prepare its graduates for life-long learning to meet intellectual, ethical and career challenges.
The goals of the Communication Engineering Department are to offer an innovative, design-oriented, accredited undergraduate program with concentrations in computer, communication, and electronics and signal processing engineering, to educate and train students in the principles and methods of communication engineering, including the mathematics and science required to analyze and solve problems in different applications, to develop skills pertinent to design, including the ability to formulate problems, work in teams, and communicate effectively both orally and in writing with those inside and outside of Communication Engineering. Providing abroad based education in communication engineering covering analysis, design, and application of modern communication technologies to be responsive to the needs of industry and society, particularly in the south Jordan region, Lead in fostering a close relationship between AHU and the local technology community, Aspire to introduce our student to the values, principles, morals, and vision that will prepare them for lifelong learning experience together with the ability to deal with broad spectrum of commercial, legal, and ethical issues.
Ahmad A. Salah (Assistant Professor)
Chair of Electrical and Communication Engineering Department