The Institute's mission is to produce excellent, innovative and nationalistic engineers and to advance the field of electrical and electronics engineering.
The undergraduate programs of the Institute are research-oriented and strongly emphasize the thorough and scholarly understanding of fundamental concepts. The programs were designed to fully develop engineering design and analytical skills, provide extensive practical experience, encourage creativity and resourcefulness, expose the students to new and emerging technologies, promote self-learning, sharpen the student's proficiency in communication, and instill a proper sense of values, a healthy philosophical outlook, and a strong set of ethical principles.
The graduate programs of the Institute provide advanced training in several areas of specialization. These programs will provide the country with a pool of highly qualified electrical and electronics engineers who are able to carry out creative and challenging work in research, development, high-level design, technology management and university instruction, and who are capable of using existing and emerging technologies in solving today's problems.
The Institute has a number of facilities with a substantial collection of instruments, equipment, software and hardware for instruction and research in the different areas of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.
The EEE building houses a majority of the laboratories of the Institute. A second building is envisioned in the future, where the remaining laboratories of the Institute that are in German Yia Hall will be relocated.