Career Opportunities

Electrical Engineering Part-Time Faculty – Byblos

School of Engineering

Campus: Byblos

Vacancy Date: Spring 2022

The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering invites applicants for a possible teaching opportunity in Electrical Engineering on the Byblos campus effective Spring 2022 (classes begin January 17, 2022). The course descriptions are as follows:

ELE 305 – Introduction to Electrical Engineering

This course introduces the concepts of resistors, capacitors and inductors, voltage and current sources, operational amplifiers, voltage and current laws, node and mesh analysis, network theorems, power and energy, three-phase circuits, logic circuits, and binary representations ..

ELE 401 – Electronics

Introduction to electronic circuits using operational amplifiers, PN junction diodes, bipolar junction transistors (BJTs), and MOS field-effect transistors (MOSFETs), including: terminal characteristics, large and small-signal models; configuration and frequency response of single-stage amplifiers with discrete biasing..

ELE 539 – Telecommunication Systems

This course covers spread spectrum and data communications, microwave and satellite links, optical fiber, mobile radio systems, the evolution of mobile radio communications including 2G, 2.5G and 3G, cellular concept, and mobile radio propagation including large-scale path loss.

ELE 593 – ELE Application

This course allows ELE graduates to acquire the technical skills that are required to match a specific industry-related need. In particular, it exposes students to the techniques, which can improve their chances of gaining employment in jobs aligned with the considered need. This exposure is reinforced by an extensive hands-on experience that is brought into classroom through small-scale projects pertaining to problems inspired from the identified need.

The Lebanese American University is an Equal Opportunity Employer operating in Lebanon under a charter from the Regents of the State University of New York. Information about the University can be found on this website (

Applicants must have obtained a PhD degree in Electrical Engineering by the time of appointment. For the ELE 593 (ELE Application) course, candidates with a Masters in Electrical Engineering and relevant work experience will also be considered. For all courses, preference will be given to applicants whose area of expertise is related to the course descriptions or to those with prior teaching experience.

To apply, please send the following documents via email to Ms. Jessy Hajji ( no later than November 15, 2021:

Use the following subject in the email: ELE Part-Time Spring 2022 Application