The School of Electrical System Engineering was established in 2003 to meet the growing needs of professionals in the electric power industry, power electronic systems, and electricity generation. The school currently offers:
- Bachelor of Electrical Engineering with Honours.
- M.Sc (Electrical Systems Engineering) by Research Mode
- M.Sc in Electrical Power Engineering by Mixed Mode
- Doctor of Philosophy
This programme consist of fundamental courses in electrical and power engineering until the third year of studies, which provides a broad background in mathematics and computing, electric circuits and systems, analogue electronic circuits and components, digital systems, instrumentations, communications, electromagnetic, control, electrical system (generation, transmission & distribution) and power electronic. Students will undergo industrial training during the third year of study to gain practical knowledge from industries. This programme also emphasizes on the major fields of power engineering, which includes electrical machines, power systems, and high voltage engineering. Students will enhance practical skills and promotes innovative and creative ideas through the final year project during the fourth year of study. The final year project focuses mainly on the power system, high voltage, and electrical machine design.