The Department runs a BSc. in Electrical and Electronic Engineering and BSc. in Computer Engineering programme. The pioneers of the Electrical and Electronic Engineering programme graduated in the year 2018, whilst the first batch of Computer Engineering programme will be graduating in 2019.
The Department also runs a Top-up programme designed for HND Holders to acquire a BSc. Electrical/Electronic Engineering and it has been running for the past four years. The duration for the Top-up Programme is two and halve years.
The main aim of the Department of Computer and Electrical Engineering is to develop enterprising professionals who have an innovative disposition, the confidence and abilities to assume leadership roles in engineering, technology, business sectors and in the community. The programmes are designed to give the skills essential for graduate engineers to become immediately employable in the global competitive environment.
|Name||Qualification||Designation||Area of Specialization|
|Nana Dr. K. Diawuo||PhD(Newcastle UK); MSc, BSc (KNUST)||Snr. Lecturer/ HoD||Semiconducting Devices, Linear Electronics, VLSI,|
|Kankam O. Adu||MSc (London)||Lecturer (on study leave)||Electronics|
|Mr. Samuel Osei Fobi||MEng (UK) BSc. (KNUST)||Assistant Lecturer||Electrical Machines/ Drives Control|
|Samuel T. Koduah||MPhil (Korea) BSc (KNUST)||Assistant Lecturer||Semiconductors & Nanotech.|
|Mr. Isaac Kofi Otchere||MSc. (UAE) BSc. (KNUST)||Assistant Lecturer||Electrical Power Quality Enhancement|
|Andrew Quansah||MSc, BSc (KNUST)||Assistant Lecturer||Microelectronics and Wireless Systems|
|Desmond O.i Ampofo||MPhil (KNUST), BSc (KNUST)||Assistant Lecturer||Electrical Power Engineering|
|Mr. Twum Nana Duah||MPhil (KNUST), BSc (KNUST)||Assistant Lecturer/
|Electrical Power System Eng./ Solar and Wind Energy|