Department of Electrical/Electronic Engineering

Overview of the Department

Electrical/Electronic Engineering is a multilayered field that teaches systems control, power systems, microelectronics and nanoelectronics, embedded systems and computer networks, wireless communications, telecommunication, etc. The strong demand for electrical engineers in all sectors of the economy makes the programme all the more desired.

In the department of Electrical/Electronic Engineering, our focus is giving training to students about the concepts and principles of electronics and to bridge the gap between theory and practice to help students excel in their chosen careers.

Students in this department go through rigorous and practical learning in installation and commissioning of industrial equipment, troubleshooting and repairs, and engineering services.

Due to the broad nature of the field, students are engaged in a wide range of electrical/electronic engineering projects to employ knowledge from other engineering disciplines in electrical engineering design.

Programme Structure of the Department

The department currently runs the following programmes:

1. Bachelor of Technology (BTech) Electrical/Electronic Engineering (Power and Automation) (2-Year HND Top-Up)

This is a two-year top-up program designed to produce graduates with sufficient theoretical knowledge, design skills and high-level management skills to meet new trend technologies in the Power and Automation industry.

2. Bachelor of Technology (BTech) Electrical and Electronic Engineering (Telecommunication) (2-Year HND Top-Up)

This is a two-year top-up programme designed to produce graduates with sufficient theoretical knowledge, design skills and high-level management skills to meet new trend technologies in the Telecommunications industry.

1. Higher National Diploma (HND) in Electrical/Electronic Engineering

This is a three-year diploma program with three (3) options in:

  • Power Engineering
  • Control Engineering
  • Telecommunications Engineering

The program is to provide graduates with necessary hands-on skills and knowledge to act as middle-level manpower for electrical/electronic engineering industry.

  1. Electrical Engineering Technician (EET) Part I & II

Electrical Engineering Technician (EET) courses are ten-month programs aimed at providing a strong foundation in the fundamental of engineering practices together with a sound knowledge of the underlying scientific principles.

4-YEAR BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY (BTECH) ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

YEAR 1

Semester 1

Course Code Course Title T P C
BEE 101 COMMUNICATION SKILLS I 2 0 2
BEE 103 APPLIED ELECTRICITY 3 0 3
BEE 105 INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY 2 3 3
BEE 107 MATHEMATICS FOR ENGINEERS I (ALGEBRA) 3 0 3
BEE 109 INSTRUMENTATION AND MEASUREMENT 2 2 3
BEE 111 BASIC MECHANICS 2 0 2
BEE 113 TECHINCAL DRAWING 1 2 2
BEE 115 ENGINEERING ETHICS I 1 0 1
TOTAL   16 5 21


Semester 2

Course Code Course Title T P C
BEE 102 COMMUNICATION SKILLS II 3 0 2
BEE 104 THERMODYNAMICS 3 0 3
BEE 106 ENGINEERING COMPUTATIONAL TOOLS 2 3 3
BEE 108 MATHEMATICS FOR ENGINEERS II (CALCULUS I) 3 0 3
BEE 110 GENERAL PHYSICS 2 3 2
BEE 112 CIRCUIT THEORY I 1 6 3
BEE 114 ELECTRONICS I 2 3 3
BEE 116 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LAB I 0 2 2
TOTAL   15 14 21

 

YEAR 2

Semester 1

Course Code

Course Title

T

P

C

BEE 201 MATHEMATICS FOR ENGINEERS III (ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQNS AND APPLICATIONS)

3

0

3

BEE 203 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LAB II

1

6

3

BEE 205 CIRCUIT THEORY II

2

3

3

BEE 207 COMPUTER-AIDED ELECTRICAL DESIGN

2

3

3

BEE 209 ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVE THEORY

3

0

3

BEE 213

POWER SYSTEM I (POWER SYSTEM OVERVIEW)

2 3

3

BEE 215 ELECTRICAL MACHINES

2

3

3

TOTAL

 

15 18

21

Semester 2

Course Code Course Title T P C
BEE 202 CONTROL ENGINEERING, I 2 3 3
BEE 204 MATHEMATICS FOR ENGINEERS IV (PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS AND APPLICATIONS)

3

0

3

BEE 206 POWER SYSTEM II (POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS)

2

3

3

BEE 208 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER PROGRAMMING (C++ OR JAVA) I

2

3

3

BEE 210 BASIC TELECOMMUNICATION (TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS)

2

3

3

BEE 212

ANALOG ELECTRONICS

2 3

3

TOTAL  

13

15

18

 

YEAR 3

Semester 1

Course Code Course Title

T

P

C

BEE 301 PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

3

0

3

BEE 303 POWER ELECTRONICS I

2

3

3

BEE 305 MICROPROCESSORS AND MICROCONTROLLERS, I

2

3

3

BEE 307 DIGITAL ELECTRONICS

2

3

3

BEE 317 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LAB III

1

3

3

Sub-Total Credit for Core Courses

10

12

15

       
Power Option      
BEE 309 POWER SYSTEMS III (HV EQUIPMENT) 2 3 3
         
Control Option      
BEE 311 CONTROL ENGINEERING II 2 3 3
         
Telecommunication Option      
BEE 315 DATA COMMUNICATIONS AND COMPUTER NETWORKS 2 3 3
TOTAL   13 15 18

 

YEAR 3 SEMESTER 2

Course Code Course Title T P C
BEE 302 ENTREPRENEURSHIP 3 0 3
BEE 304 MICROPROCESSORS AND MICROCONTROLLERS II 2 3 3
BEE 306 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 3 0 3
BEE 308 ELECTRONICS MODELLING SND DESIGN LAB (CIRCUIT DESIGN SOFTWARE FOR SIMULATION AND PCB DESIGN) 2 3 3
Sub-Total Credit for Core Courses 10 6 12
       
Power Option (Choose two only)      
BEE 310 POWER ELECTRONICS II 2 3 3
BEE 312 POWER SYSTEMS IV (HV SYSTEMS) 2 3 3
         
Control Option (Choose two only)      
BEE 314 INTRODUCTION TO VLSI 2 3 3
BEE 316 PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS I 2 3 3
         
Telecommunication Option (Choose two only)      
BEE 318 DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING 2 3 3
BEE 320 OPTOELECTRONICS  2 1 3
TOTAL   14 15 18

 

YEAR 4

Semester 1

Course Code Course Title

T

P

C

BEE 401 ENGINEERING ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT

3

0

3

BEE 403 FINAL YEAR PROJECT I

0

6

3

BEE 405 PROJECT MANAGEMENT

3

0

3

BEE 423 RENEWABLE ENERGY TECHNOLOGY

3

0

3

Sub-Total Credit for Core Courses

9

6

12

       
Power Option (Choose two only)      
BEE 407 POWER SYSTEMS V (Operation and Control)

3

0

3

BEE 409 POWER SYSTEMS VI (ELECTRICAL ENG. SERVICES)

3

0

3

         
Control Option (Choose two only)      
BEE 411 PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS II

3

0

3

BEE 413 CONTROL ENGINEERING V (PLC AND DRIVES)

3

0

3

         
Telecommunication Option (Choose two only)      
BEE 415 MOBILE AND SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS

3

0

3

BEE 421 OPTICAL COMMUNICATIONS

2

3

3

BEE 419 ANTENNA AND PROPAGATIONS

3

2

3

TOTAL  

13

9

18

Semester 2

Course Code Course Title

T

P

C

BEE 402 INDUSTRIAL ATTACHMENT

0

36

12

BEE 404 FINAL YEAR PROJECT II

0

9

6

TOTAL  

0

45

18