Information and Electronics technology is the state of the art field with an increasing international market demand. The bachelor program of Electronics engineering qualifies students to have comprehensive knowledge and experience in the concepts and design of electrical and electronic devices, circuits, and communication systems. In addition, they effectively understand, use, and develop modern electronic engineering technologies and concepts. Graduates of the program will have excellent opportunities to pursue their postgraduate studies and research at GUC, in Germany or Europe.
A degree in electronics engineering from the faculty of IET represents the top qualification for those interested in careers as diverse as industry, research and commerce. Electronics graduates have excellent chances in development and research, design, testing and verification of electronic circuits, or in automation engineering areas.
The Faculty of Information Engineering and Technology is offering an International Bachelor program in Electronics. This program consists of 8 semesters which take 4 years to complete. The degree that will be issued is a Bachelor of Science in Information Engineering and Technology. The international bachelor enables the students to enter an International Master Program. The International Master program is at the present time only open to graduates of the GUC. The Master programs consists of three semesters and the degree that will be issued is a Master of Science in Information Engineering and Technology.
According to the law in Egypt demanding at least 10 semesters as requirement for the Egyptian Bachelor in Engineering, a student can get the Egyptian Bachelor after another year of his/her study after the International Bachelor program. This year is considered to be the first year (2 terms) in the study program towards getting the International Master.
As for international accreditation, the Faculty of Information Engineering and Technology at the GUC received the accreditation from the Accreditation Certification and Quality Assurance Institute (ACQUIN) for both Bachelor and Master programs on the 19th of September, 2006.