Department of Electrical/Electronics Engineering

 Mr. John Nii-Tettey Addo  Head of Department

The Department offers five specialized options namely: Power Supply and Distribution, Computer Operating Systems/ Digital Computer Design, Telecommunications, Instrumentation and Control, and Automation Engineering. The Department currently runs the following programmes:

  • Diploma in Electrical/Electronics Engineering
  • Higher National Diploma in Electrical/Electronics Engineering
  • Bachelor of Technology in Electrical/Electronics Engineering
  • Bachelor of Technology in Automation Engineering


The vision of the Department is to produce graduates who will be capable of designing and maintaining power systems, carrying out electrical installation, motor rewinding and installation services, troubleshooting and fault diagnosis, as well as perform various computer programming tasks. Additionally, graduates from the departments will successfully carry out tasks in the automation of various industrial processes.


The objective of the Department is primarily the training students to qualify as engineers and technicians to improve the middle-level labour force in industries.

The Department expects that after successful completion of programs, students will; acquire knowledge and understanding of the concepts and principles of electricity and electronics; acquire the techniques in the use of tools and equipment; apply their knowledge in the correct use of electricity to promote safe working procedures and safety precautions; develop skills in the use of appropriate tools and electronics instruments in measurement, troubleshooting and repairs; acquire the ability to prepare layout, install and commission industrial equipment and offer electrical services; meet the present demands of creating and using software in every aspect needed in the field; and acquire knowledge in the generation, transmission and reception of telecommunication signals.

Service to Nation / Community

The Department assists second cycle schools to have their practical works at its laboratories.

Future Plans

The department is currently developing the curriculum and necessary documentation to run the following programmes:

  • HND and BTech in Telecommunication Engineering
  • MPhil and Msc. in Electrical/Electronics Engineering

The department also intends to set up a Robotics Centre. The centre will serve as a training hub for acquisition of skills in Industrial and other automation processes.







  Mr. Alhassan Mumuni

MSc. (Electrical Eng)

Senior Lecturer


  Dr. Nana K. Gerrar

PhD (Information and Communications Eng)



  Dr. Anita Antwiwaa

PhD (Electronics and     Communications Eng.) 



  Mrs. Ernestina M.  De-Graft Aubyn**

Master of Telecom Management



  Mr. George Agyare

MSc. (Control Science & Control Engineering; GM [SLAS])



  Mr. Henry F. Quainoo

MSc. (Electrical Eng.)



  Mr. Theophilus Anafo

MSc. (Telecommunication Eng.)

Asst. Lecturer


  Mr. Anthony E. Sey

MPhil (Electrical/Electronics Eng.)

Asst. Lecturer


  Mr. Patrick Fiati

MSc. (Telecommunication Eng.)

Asst. Lecturer


  Mr. Abdul Razak Sulemana

MSc. (Electrical Eng)

Asst. Lecturer


  Mr. Alexander Kissiedu*

BSc (Elect./Electronic Eng.)

Snr. Research Asst.


  Mr. Robert Kissi-Boateng

MTech (Electrical Eng.)

Chief Instructor


  Mr. Anthony Kaku

BSc (Electrical Eng.)

Principal Instructor


  Mr. Lord Yawson

HND (Electrical Eng.)

Snr. Technician



 Mrs. Vida Acquaah-Himbuah

 B.Tech. Secretaryship and Mgt. Studies


**PhD Candidate                              *MSc. Candidate


Staff Publication (s)




Mr. Alhassan Mumuni


Mumuni, A. & Gerrar, N. K. (2015). Exploring virtual laboratory technology in electrical/electronic engineering training. African Joual of Applied Research.

Mumuni, F. & Mumuni, A. (2015). Development of a state-space thermal model for high precision temperature control of a poultry incubator. IOSR Joual of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.

Mumuni, A. & Mumuni, F. (2015). Real-time reconstruction of discrete-time signals in high-performance digital control systems: Analytical evaluation of common interpolation techniques, IOSR Joual of VLSI and Signal Processing (IOSR-JVSP)

Workshops / Conferences Attended

  • 3rd Applied Research Conference in Africa (ARCA) Conference, 7th – 9th August, 2014.
  • Workshop for Deans of School and Heads of Academic Department and Directors at Cape Coast Polytechnic 27th -28th January, 2014
  • 2nd Applied Research Conference in Africa (ARCA) Conference 8th -9th August, 2013.
  • Applied Research Conference in Africa (ARCA) Research Workshop, 2013.