The Electrical Engineering Career seeks academic and scientific quality in undergraduate and graduate degrees; integrated into the national and international academic community; Committed to the urban and rural Equatoguinean society in order to satisfy its need for electricity, with solidarity, recognition of diversity, search for continuous improvement, creativity and innovation.
The career’s mission is to transmit knowledge and train future Electrical Engineers of recognized quality and academic excellence at undergraduate and postgraduate levels; innovators with capacity for research, creation and application of knowledge, both in generation, transmission, distribution and final use of electric energy; with a vocation for intellectual and social leadership; with the capacity to respond to the needs of energy development at a national and international level; with a social conscience and an active defender of natural resources, within the framework of the principles established by the AAUCA and with projection to international prominence.
A graduate of this career may work in:
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Degree in Electrical Engineering
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