The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering at the Federal University of Petroleum Resources has the following objectives:
+ To produce top-tier graduates who are professionally competent to work in both the private sector and the public sector of the economy.
+ To produce graduates capable of initiating and carrying out engineering design and studies.
+ To produce graduates equipped to participate in the management of Industrial production operations.
+ To produce graduates that are strongly incurred towards research and development activities.

+ Development and provision of special engineering education geared towards the achievement of national goals and objectives of industrialization and self-reliance.
+ Provision of training in the theory and practice of engineering.
+ Early introduction of Students to entrepreneurial education and training.
+ Acquisition of practical Industrial experience for Students by partnering with local Industries in the execution of the Students Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES).

The program outcomes of Electrical and Electronics Engineering curriculum are as follows:

+ Graduates will be able to design new ways to use electrical power to develop or improve products.
+ Graduates will be able to direct, manufacture, install and test electrical equipment to ensure that products meet specifications and codes.
+ Graduates will be prepared to develop maintenance and testing procedures for electronic components and equipment.
+ Graduates will be able to inspect electronic equipment, instruments and systems to make sure they meet safety standards and applicable regulations.
+ Graduates will have the ability to evaluate systems and recommend design modifications or equipment repair.
+ Graduates will understand how to analyse customer needs and determine electrical system requirements, capacity and cost to develop a system plan.
+ Graduates will have the ability to design electronic components, software, products or systems for commercial, industrial, medical, military or scientific applications.
+ Graduates will be able to investigate complaints from customers or the public, evaluate problems and recommend solutions.
+ Graduates will have the ability to plan and develop applications and modifications for electronic properties used in parts and systems to improve technical performance.