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Bachelor of Electrical Engineering

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Admission
Fall & Spring Intake
Duration
4 Years
Semester
8
Campuses Offered
Raiwind Campus
Entry Requirements
Minimum 60% in inter or equivalent examination

Introduction

Electronics is an important discipline that finds its use in a large number of applications. Continual advances in electronics in the areas of materials, processes, devices and circuits have been leading to rapid advances in the existing applications of electronics as well as in the emergence of new applications. To harness the full potential of developments in electronics and further advance the technologies related to electronics, it is important to have strong of BSc Electrical with specialization In Electronics to educate and train individuals in this key discipline of science. Keeping in mind the overall objectives to be achieved through this program of study, the curriculum of BSc Electrical with specialization In Electronics has been developed.

Program Objectives

01

Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering.

02

Design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.

03

Function on multidisciplinary teams.

04

Identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems

Eligibility Criteria

Applicants must achieve minimum 60% marks in Intermediate (Pre-engineering) or equivalent qualification. There is a 2% quota allocated for DAE applicants.

Roadmap of the Program

Disclaimer : The Mentioned road map is for illustration purpose only. USA reserves the rights to make changes in the Road Map whenever deemed necessary or appropriate.

Year 1

Semester 1
Course Codes Course Title Pre Req. Credit Hours
EED-110 Linear Circuits Analysis - (3-1-4)
EED-112 Workshop Practice - (0-1-1)
PH-113 Applied Physics - (3-1-4)
MA-114 Applied Calculus - (3-0-3)
HU-115 Functional English - (2-0-2)
HU-116 Islamic Studies / Ethics or Pak Studies - (3-0-3)
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS (14-3-17)
Semester 2
Course Codes Course Title Pre Req. Credit Hours
EED-121 Electronic Devices & Circuits - (3-1-4)
ME-122 Basic Mechanical Engineering - (3-0-3)
EED-123 Engineering Drawing & CAD - (0-1-1)
MA-124 Differential Equations - (3-0-3)
CS-125 Computer Programming - (2-1-3)
MA-126 Linear Algebra - (3-0-3)
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS (14-3-17)

Year 2

Semester 3
Course Codes Course Title Pre Req. Credit Hours
EED-211 Electrical Network Analysis - (3-1-4)
EED-212 Analog Electronics - (3-1-4)
CS-213 Object Oriented Programming - (2-1-3)
ME-214 Applied Thermodynamics - (3-0-3)
HU-216 Communication Skills - I - (2-0-2)
MA-215 Complex Analysis & Transforms - (3-0-3)
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS (16-3-19)
Semester 4
Course Codes Course Title Pre Req. Credit Hours
EED-221 Digital Logic Design - (3-1-4)
EED-222 Power Engineering Fundamental - (3-0-3)
EED-223 Electro-Mechanical Systems - (3-1-4)
MA-224 Numerical Analysis - (3-0-3)
CS-225 Data Structures & Algorithms - (3-0-3)
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS (15-2-17)

Year 3

Semester 5
Course Codes Course Title Pre Req. Credit Hours
EED-311 Signals and Systems - (3-1-4)
EED-312 Instrumentation and Measurements - (3-1-4)
EED-313 Microprocessor Based Systems - (3-1-4)
EED-314 Probability Methods for Engineers - (3-0-3)
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS (14-3-17)
Semester 6
Course Codes Course Title Pre Req. Credit Hours
EED-321 Communication Systems - (3-1-4)
EED-322 Linear Control Systems - (3-1-4)
EED-323 Electromagnetic Field Theory - (3-0-3)
EED-324 Elective-I (Power Electronics) - (3-1-4)
MS-324 Engineering Economics - (3-0-3)
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS (15-3-18)

Year 4

Semester 7
Course Codes Course Title Pre Req. Credit Hours
EED-412 Signal Processing - (3-1-4)
MS-413 Engineering Project Management - (3-0-3)
EED-414 Elective-II (Power System Analysis) - (3-1-4)
EED-415 Elective-III (Power Distribution and Utilization) - (3-0-3)
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS (12-2-14)
Semester 8
Course Codes Course Title Pre Req. Credit Hours
SS-422 Professional Ethics & Values - (3-0-3)
HU-423 Technical Writing - (3-0-3)
EED-424 Elective-IV (Power System Protection) - (3-1-4)
EED-425 Elective-V (Renewable Energy Resources) - (3-0-3)
EED-421 Senior Design Project - (6-0-6)
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS (18-1-19)

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Degree Values

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Career Prospects

The graduates of this program servers in the following areas:

  • Academia
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Construction companies
  • Electric supply companies
  • Manufacturing companies
  • Petrochemical industries
  • Power generation and distribution
  • Research and development
  • Smart city projects
  • Telecommunications
  • Transportation
  • WASA

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