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Overview

The mission of the EET department at CTS is to provide a quality education for its students and conduct basic and applied research. The department provides students with a quality education that will prepare them to pursue careers as engineering technicians in a range of related industrial and electrical utilities industries. Graduates will be equipped with skills in power generation and distribution, and electrical machines. The education experience is designed to meet the market’s electrical technician positions and allows students to pursue further education. The department is committed to the principle of continuous improvement to the programs we offer to meet current demand and advances in technology.

Majors

The department awards the Diploma degree in two majors:



  • Electrical machines technology program

    This program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.”



    Program Educational Objectives


    • Demonstrate broad knowledge of electrical engineering technology practices to support installation, manufacturing, operation, and maintenance of electrical machines,
    • Apply basic mathematical and scientific principles for technical problem solving in areas that may include circuit analysis of both analog and digital electronics, microprocessors, programmable logic controls, and electrical machines,
    • Use computers and software in a technical environment,
    • Demonstrate competence in written and oral communication,
    • Work effectively as an individual and as a member of a multidisciplinary team,
    • Show awareness of social concerns and professional responsibilities in the workplace, and
    • Continue their professional training and adapt to changes in the workplace, through additional formal or informal education.

    Student Outcomes


    • Demonstrate broad knowledge of electrical engineering technology practices to support design, application, installation, manufacturing, operation, and maintenance of electrical machines,
    • Apply basic mathematical and scientific principles for technical problem solving in areas that may include circuit analysis of both analog and digital electronics, microprocessors, programmable logic controls, and electrical machines,
    • Use computers and software in a technical environment,
    • Demonstrate competence in written and oral communication,
    • Work effectively as an individual and as a member of a multidisciplinary team,
    • Show awareness of social concerns and professional responsibilities in the workplace, and
    • Continue their professional training and adapt to changes in the workplace, through additional formal or informal education.


  • Electric power transmission and distribution technology program

    Program Educational Objectives


    • Demonstrate broad knowledge of electrical engineering technology practices to support design, application, installation, manufacturing, operation, and maintenance of electric power transmission & distribution equipment,
    • Apply basic mathematical and scientific principles for technical problem solving in areas that may include circuit analysis of both analog and digital electronics, microprocessors, programmable logic controls, and electrical machines,
    • Use computers and software in a technical environment,
    • Demonstrate competence in written and oral communication,
    • Work effectively as an individual and as a member of a multidisciplinary team,
    • Show awareness of social concerns and professional responsibilities in the workplace, and
    • Continue their professional training and adapt to changes in the workplace, through additional formal or informal education.


    Student Outcomes


    • Demonstrate broad knowledge of electrical engineering technology practices to support design, application, installation, manufacturing, operation, and maintenance of electric power transmission and distribution,
    • Apply basic mathematical and scientific principles for technical problem solving in areas that may include circuit analysis of both analog and digital electronics, microprocessors, programmable logic controls, and electrical machines,
    • Use computers and software in a technical environment,
    • Demonstrate competence in written and oral communication,
    • Work effectively as an individual and as a member of a multidisciplinary team,
    • Show awareness of social concerns and professional responsibilities in the workplace, and
    • Continue their professional training and adapt to changes in the workplace, through additional formal or informal education.

The Electrical Engineering Technology Department combines engineering knowledge with technical skills to emphasize practical application 'rather' than theory and design. The department offers specialization in Electrical Energy Transmission & Distribution and Electrical Machinery Technology. The two programs will impart a basic understanding of electrical generation and conversion built on a foundation of electrical theory and technology. Areas of concentration focus on power generation, transmission and distribution, electric machinery and drive systems, test operations, industrial control, instrumentation, analog circuits, and power electronics. Graduates may work within the engineering team in applied design production, manufacturing, or technical operation.

Laboratories

The department has the following laboratories and workshops:

  • Electric power simulation laboratory
  • High-voltage laboratory
  • Two Low rating electrical machines laboratories
  • High rating electrical machines laboratories
  • Two wiring and installation laboratories
  • Electrical instruments and measurements laboratory
  • Electrical circuits laboratory
  • Power electronics laboratory
  • Installation workshop
  • Transformer workshop
  • Electrical cables and circuit breakers workshop.
  • DC machines workshop
  • AC machines workshop
  • Two computer laboratories
Courses Offered

The department offers the following courses:


Major : Electrical Energy Transmission and Distribution


Course Number Course Name Pre-req. Credit Hours Type
70-110 Electrical Eng. Fund.   3 4 Major Compulsary
70-115 Electrical circuits 70-110 3 4 Major Compulsary
70-147 Power And Electric Installation Workshop   3 7 Major Compulsary
70-161 Fundamentals of Electric Power   4 4 General Core Course
70-245 Electric Installation (1)   3 4 General Core Course
70-345 Electric Installation (2)   3 4  
70-259 Power Systems and Protection   3 3 General Core Course
70-262 Transmission of Electric Power   3 4 General Core Course
70-263 Distribution of Electric Power   3 4 General Core Course
70-264 Power Cables Workshop   3 1 General Core Course
70-265 Operation and Control of Power Systems   3 4 General Core Course
70-266 Transformer workshop 52-220 3 1 General Core Course
70-283 Computer application   2 2 Major elective ourse
70-292 Electrical Calculations   3 4 Major elective ourse
70-300 Field Training   4 25 Major Compulsary
70-345 Electric Installation (1)   3 4  
70-362 Power Systems Protection   3 4  
70-363 High Voltage Engineering   4 4  
70-B221 Electrical circuits   3 4

Major : Electrical Machine


Course Number Course Name Pre-req. Credit Hours Type
52-123 Electrical Machines (1)   3 4 Major Compulsary
52-125 DC and Synchronous Machines   3 3 Major Compulsary
52-126 Training of DC and Synchronous Machines 52-125 3 4 Major Compulsary
52-175 Electrical Machines and Instalation Workshop   3 7 Major Compulsary
52-147 Power and Machines Workshop   3 7 Major Compulsary
52-220 Transformers   3 4 Major Compulsary
52-231 Electrical measurements   2 3 Major elective course
52-235 Induction machines   3 3 Major Compulsary
52-236 Induction machine lab 52-235 1 2  
52-250 Automatic Control   3 4 Major elective ourse
52-260 Power Electronics 70-110 3 4 Major Compulsary
52-270 Electrical Drives 52-260 3 4 Major Compulsary
52-285 Control of Electrical Machines 52-125 3 5 Major elective ourse
52-001 Field Trainging (1) 52-127 4 16 Major Compulsary
52-330 Programable Logic Controllers 52-285 3 4 Major Compulsary
52-337 Maintenance of Electrical Machines   3 7  
52-340 Special Machines   3 4 Major elective course
52-300 Field Training (2) 52-001 4 16

Faculty Members

Name Job Title Room Building Tel Number PAAET Email
Khaled Mohamed ElNaggar
Professor 16 22 22314303 km.elnaggar@paaet.edu.kw
AbdulRahman Khaled AlOthman Associate professor 20 22 22314323 ak.alothman@paaet.edu.kw
Mohammed Rasheed Alrashidi Associate professor 37 22   mr.alrashidi@paaet.edu.kw
Mustafa Ahmed AlSaffar Associate professor 27 22 22314317 ma.alsaffar@paaet.edu.kw
Ahmad Jasem Sabzali Associate professor
35 22 22314312 aj.sabzali@paaet.edu.kw
Mohamad Fahad Alhajri Associate professor 36  22  22314321 mf.alhajri@paaet.edu.kw
Nabil A. Ahmed
Associate professor
34 22 22314316 na.ahmed@paaet.edu.kw
Ahmad Mohamad Alkandari Associate professor 19 22   am.alkandari@paaet.edu.kw
Wael Mohammed Alhasawi Associate professor 21 22   wm.alhasawi@paaet.edu.kw
Hussain Mohammed Behbehani Assistant professor 40 22   hm.behbehani@paaet.edu.kw
Jamal Yousif Madouh
Assistant professor
18 22 22314302 jy.madouh@paaet.edu.kw
Jamal Saud Alsumait
Assistant professor
38 22
j.alsumait@paaet.edu.kw
Michel Ebrahim AlSharidah Assistant professor 41 22 22314311 me.alsharidah@paaet.edu.kw 
Faisal Bader AlHasawi Assistant professor 33 22   f.alhasawi@paaet.edu.kw
Ahmad Saad Aladsani Assistant professor 30  22   asy.aladsani@paaet.edu.kw
Faisal Alenezi Assistant professor
21 22   fq.alenezi@paaet.edu.kw
Bader Altawail Assistant professor 36  22   bn.altawail@paaet.edu.kw 
Naser Salem Zamanan Assistant professor 31   22   ns.zamanan@paaet.edu.kw
Ayedh Hamad Alqahtani  Assistant professor 39  22  22314347 a.alqahtani@paaet.edu.kw
Abdulaziz Naser Almutairi
Assistant professor
30 22
an.almutairi@paaet.edu.kw
Salem Mahmoud Alshibani
Assistant professor
39 22 223314347
sm.alshibani@paaet.edu.kw
Fayez Bader AlRifai Assistant professor 26 22
fb.alrifai@paaet.edu.kw
Mohammed Bou Rabee Assistant professor 17  22    m.rabee@paaet.edu.kw
Khaled Ali Alrumaih Lecturer
28 22 22314314 ka.alrumaih@paaet.edu.kw
Hanan AbdulAziz Almukhaizeem
Lecturer
31 22 ha.almukhaizeem@paaet.edu.kw
Mesaad Waleed AlBader Assistant Lecturer   22   mw.albader@paaet.edu.kw
Meshal Saleh Alarrouj
Assistant Lecturer
17 22   m.alarrouj@paaet.edu.kw
Sami Mutar
Assistant Lecturer
29 22 22314315
Fahad Mohammad Alhuwaishel
Assistant Lecturer
32 22
fm.alhuwaishel@paaet.edu.kw
Awus Alnesf Trainer B 30 22    
Ahmed Alsayeq
Trainer B
22 22

Overview

The mission of the EET department at CTS is to provide a quality education for its students and conduct basic and applied research. The department provides students with a quality education that will prepare them to pursue careers as engineering technicians in a range of related industrial and electrical utilities industries. Graduates will be equipped with skills in power generation and distribution, and electrical machines. The education experience is designed to meet the market’s electrical technician positions and allows students to pursue further education. The department is committed to the principle of continuous improvement to the programs we offer to meet current demand and advances in technology.

Majors

The department awards the Diploma degree in two majors:



  • Electrical machines technology program

    This program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.”



    Program Educational Objectives


    • Demonstrate broad knowledge of electrical engineering technology practices to support installation, manufacturing, operation, and maintenance of electrical machines,
    • Apply basic mathematical and scientific principles for technical problem solving in areas that may include circuit analysis of both analog and digital electronics, microprocessors, programmable logic controls, and electrical machines,
    • Use computers and software in a technical environment,
    • Demonstrate competence in written and oral communication,
    • Work effectively as an individual and as a member of a multidisciplinary team,
    • Show awareness of social concerns and professional responsibilities in the workplace, and
    • Continue their professional training and adapt to changes in the workplace, through additional formal or informal education.

    Student Outcomes


    • Demonstrate broad knowledge of electrical engineering technology practices to support design, application, installation, manufacturing, operation, and maintenance of electrical machines,
    • Apply basic mathematical and scientific principles for technical problem solving in areas that may include circuit analysis of both analog and digital electronics, microprocessors, programmable logic controls, and electrical machines,
    • Use computers and software in a technical environment,
    • Demonstrate competence in written and oral communication,
    • Work effectively as an individual and as a member of a multidisciplinary team,
    • Show awareness of social concerns and professional responsibilities in the workplace, and
    • Continue their professional training and adapt to changes in the workplace, through additional formal or informal education.


  • Electric power transmission and distribution technology program

    Program Educational Objectives


    • Demonstrate broad knowledge of electrical engineering technology practices to support design, application, installation, manufacturing, operation, and maintenance of electric power transmission & distribution equipment,
    • Apply basic mathematical and scientific principles for technical problem solving in areas that may include circuit analysis of both analog and digital electronics, microprocessors, programmable logic controls, and electrical machines,
    • Use computers and software in a technical environment,
    • Demonstrate competence in written and oral communication,
    • Work effectively as an individual and as a member of a multidisciplinary team,
    • Show awareness of social concerns and professional responsibilities in the workplace, and
    • Continue their professional training and adapt to changes in the workplace, through additional formal or informal education.


    Student Outcomes


    • Demonstrate broad knowledge of electrical engineering technology practices to support design, application, installation, manufacturing, operation, and maintenance of electric power transmission and distribution,
    • Apply basic mathematical and scientific principles for technical problem solving in areas that may include circuit analysis of both analog and digital electronics, microprocessors, programmable logic controls, and electrical machines,
    • Use computers and software in a technical environment,
    • Demonstrate competence in written and oral communication,
    • Work effectively as an individual and as a member of a multidisciplinary team,
    • Show awareness of social concerns and professional responsibilities in the workplace, and
    • Continue their professional training and adapt to changes in the workplace, through additional formal or informal education.

The Electrical Engineering Technology Department combines engineering knowledge with technical skills to emphasize practical application 'rather' than theory and design. The department offers specialization in Electrical Energy Transmission & Distribution and Electrical Machinery Technology. The two programs will impart a basic understanding of electrical generation and conversion built on a foundation of electrical theory and technology. Areas of concentration focus on power generation, transmission and distribution, electric machinery and drive systems, test operations, industrial control, instrumentation, analog circuits, and power electronics. Graduates may work within the engineering team in applied design production, manufacturing, or technical operation.

Laboratories

The department has the following laboratories and workshops:

  • Electric power simulation laboratory
  • High-voltage laboratory
  • Two Low rating electrical machines laboratories
  • High rating electrical machines laboratories
  • Two wiring and installation laboratories
  • Electrical instruments and measurements laboratory
  • Electrical circuits laboratory
  • Power electronics laboratory
  • Installation workshop
  • Transformer workshop
  • Electrical cables and circuit breakers workshop.
  • DC machines workshop
  • AC machines workshop
  • Two computer laboratories
Courses Offered

The department offers the following courses:


Major : Electrical Energy Transmission and Distribution


Course Number Course Name Pre-req. Credit Hours Type
70-110 Electrical Eng. Fund.   3 4 Major Compulsary
70-115 Electrical circuits 70-110 3 4 Major Compulsary
70-147 Power And Electric Installation Workshop   3 7 Major Compulsary
70-161 Fundamentals of Electric Power   4 4 General Core Course
70-245 Electric Installation (1)   3 4 General Core Course
70-345 Electric Installation (2)   3 4  
70-259 Power Systems and Protection   3 3 General Core Course
70-262 Transmission of Electric Power   3 4 General Core Course
70-263 Distribution of Electric Power   3 4 General Core Course
70-264 Power Cables Workshop   3 1 General Core Course
70-265 Operation and Control of Power Systems   3 4 General Core Course
70-266 Transformer workshop 52-220 3 1 General Core Course
70-283 Computer application   2 2 Major elective ourse
70-292 Electrical Calculations   3 4 Major elective ourse
70-300 Field Training   4 25 Major Compulsary
70-345 Electric Installation (1)   3 4  
70-362 Power Systems Protection   3 4  
70-363 High Voltage Engineering   4 4  
70-B221 Electrical circuits   3 4

Major : Electrical Machine


Course Number Course Name Pre-req. Credit Hours Type
52-123 Electrical Machines (1)   3 4 Major Compulsary
52-125 DC and Synchronous Machines   3 3 Major Compulsary
52-126 Training of DC and Synchronous Machines 52-125 3 4 Major Compulsary
52-175 Electrical Machines and Instalation Workshop   3 7 Major Compulsary
52-147 Power and Machines Workshop   3 7 Major Compulsary
52-220 Transformers   3 4 Major Compulsary
52-231 Electrical measurements   2 3 Major elective course
52-235 Induction machines   3 3 Major Compulsary
52-236 Induction machine lab 52-235 1 2  
52-250 Automatic Control   3 4 Major elective ourse
52-260 Power Electronics 70-110 3 4 Major Compulsary
52-270 Electrical Drives 52-260 3 4 Major Compulsary
52-285 Control of Electrical Machines 52-125 3 5 Major elective ourse
52-001 Field Trainging (1) 52-127 4 16 Major Compulsary
52-330 Programable Logic Controllers 52-285 3 4 Major Compulsary
52-337 Maintenance of Electrical Machines   3 7  
52-340 Special Machines   3 4 Major elective course
52-300 Field Training (2) 52-001 4 16

Faculty Members

Name Job Title Room Building Tel Number PAAET Email
Khaled Mohamed ElNaggar
Professor 16 22 22314303 km.elnaggar@paaet.edu.kw
AbdulRahman Khaled AlOthman Associate professor 20 22 22314323 ak.alothman@paaet.edu.kw
Mohammed Rasheed Alrashidi Associate professor 37 22   mr.alrashidi@paaet.edu.kw
Mustafa Ahmed AlSaffar Associate professor 27 22 22314317 ma.alsaffar@paaet.edu.kw
Ahmad Jasem Sabzali Associate professor
35 22 22314312 aj.sabzali@paaet.edu.kw
Mohamad Fahad Alhajri Associate professor 36  22  22314321 mf.alhajri@paaet.edu.kw
Nabil A. Ahmed
Associate professor
34 22 22314316 na.ahmed@paaet.edu.kw
Ahmad Mohamad Alkandari Associate professor 19 22   am.alkandari@paaet.edu.kw
Wael Mohammed Alhasawi Associate professor 21 22   wm.alhasawi@paaet.edu.kw
Hussain Mohammed Behbehani Assistant professor 40 22   hm.behbehani@paaet.edu.kw
Jamal Yousif Madouh
Assistant professor
18 22 22314302 jy.madouh@paaet.edu.kw
Jamal Saud Alsumait
Assistant professor
38 22
j.alsumait@paaet.edu.kw
Michel Ebrahim AlSharidah Assistant professor 41 22 22314311 me.alsharidah@paaet.edu.kw 
Faisal Bader AlHasawi Assistant professor 33 22   f.alhasawi@paaet.edu.kw
Ahmad Saad Aladsani Assistant professor 30  22   asy.aladsani@paaet.edu.kw
Faisal Alenezi Assistant professor
21 22   fq.alenezi@paaet.edu.kw
Bader Altawail Assistant professor 36  22   bn.altawail@paaet.edu.kw 
Naser Salem Zamanan Assistant professor 31   22   ns.zamanan@paaet.edu.kw
Ayedh Hamad Alqahtani  Assistant professor 39  22  22314347 a.alqahtani@paaet.edu.kw
Abdulaziz Naser Almutairi
Assistant professor
30 22
an.almutairi@paaet.edu.kw
Salem Mahmoud Alshibani
Assistant professor
39 22 223314347
sm.alshibani@paaet.edu.kw
Fayez Bader AlRifai Assistant professor 26 22
fb.alrifai@paaet.edu.kw
Mohammed Bou Rabee Assistant professor 17  22    m.rabee@paaet.edu.kw
Khaled Ali Alrumaih Lecturer
28 22 22314314 ka.alrumaih@paaet.edu.kw
Hanan AbdulAziz Almukhaizeem
Lecturer
31 22 ha.almukhaizeem@paaet.edu.kw
Mesaad Waleed AlBader Assistant Lecturer   22   mw.albader@paaet.edu.kw
Meshal Saleh Alarrouj
Assistant Lecturer
17 22   m.alarrouj@paaet.edu.kw
Sami Mutar
Assistant Lecturer
29 22 22314315
Fahad Mohammad Alhuwaishel
Assistant Lecturer
32 22
fm.alhuwaishel@paaet.edu.kw
Awus Alnesf Trainer B 30 22    
Ahmed Alsayeq
Trainer B
22 22

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