Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering

Importance of Electrical & Electronic Engineering for the development and progress of society, and the need for specialists in this field has become obvious in our daily life. The University acknowledges this importance and has therefore introduced Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering by giving all academic, financial and administrative support to the department.

Academic Activities

Currently the Department offers Bachelor of Science (Engg.) program at undergraduate level and is looking forward to offer Master of Computer Applications (MCA) program at graduate level. Besides, CSE and EEE Department is offering General Education Courses to the students enrolled in other bachelor programs at the University.

Programs Offered

Bachelor of Science (Engg.) in Electrical & Electronic Engineering

Degree Requirements (B. Sc. in Electrical & Electronic Engineering):
Total course requirements for degree program are as follows(Summary of Courses):

Types of Courses

No. Of Courses

Credit Hours

English Courses

3

9

GED courses

5

15

Basic Science Courses

3

9

Mathematics Courses

5

15

Computer Courses

6

18

Inter disciplinary Engineering Courses

2

6

Program core courses

30

55

Major elective courses

5

15

Minor Elective courses

5

15

Total

64

157

The aim of B.Sc. (Engg.) degree in Electrical & Electronic Engineering is to enable the student to be a competent computer and IT professional to meet the growing demand at home and abroad. Apart from this they will be trained to promote further research in this field.

List of courses

 

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