The Mission

The Department of Electrical power and Machines Engineering strives to educate highly skilled engineers capable of meeting the emerging demands of both international and domestic markets while also conducting practical research.


In a world suffering from a severe shortage of one of the most important elements of civilization: energy, the program of Electrical power and Machines is paramount.

The Electrical Power and  Machines Program prepares an electrical engineer with a high level of knowledge in the fields of power and traditional electrical machines, as well as modern systems and generation methods from new and renewable energy resources.

The program aims to provide high-quality education in the field of electrical power and machines engineering, which contributes in providing a graduate with skills that enable him to effectively practice the profession of power and electrical machines engineering, deal with real problems in this field, and allow him to quickly integrate into the labor market and provide specialized services to the community.

A total of 900 students are studying in the program.



Our students should be able to:

  • Think in a creative and innovative way to analyze and solve engineering problems.
  • Use the state-of-the-art techniques, skills, and tools necessary to analyze and design the electrical power system components. This is including electrical power generation, transmission and distribution.
  • Apply different techniques to ensure power quality supplies to different loads.
  • Design and implement different control techniques for different components of the electric power systems at low and high voltage levels.

Areas of Study

The EPM department teaches courses in four main areas: Power System, High Voltage, Electrical Machines, and Power Electronics.

Scientific Degrees

  • Bachelor of Science in Electrical Power & Machines.
  • Postgraduate Diplomas.
  • Master of Science in Electrical Power & Machines.
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Electrical Power & Machines.

Faculty Members and Staff

EPM Department currently has:

  • 38 Professors.
  • 12  Associate Professors .
  • 16 Assistant Professors.
  • 22 Teaching Assistants.
  • 24 Demonstrator.

Facilities and Laboratories

  • High Voltage laboratory.
  • Power  system laboratory.
  • Electrical machines laboratory.
  • Power electronics laboratory.
  • Computer laboratory for virtual  experiments.
  • Programmable logic controller laboratory.
  • Advanced control laboratory.
  • Two laboratories for basic and fundamental courses.
  • Seminar room.
  • A Library of Textbooks, Journals, M.Sc. and Ph.D. Thesis.

Heads of ُElectrical Power and Machines Engineering Department