1. Program Objectives

The aim of the program is to provide you with a sound grounding in the fundamentals of electrical engineering. The objective of the program is to groom students in such a way that they can:

  • Excel in a career utilizing their education in Electrical Engineering;
  • Continue to enhance their knowledge;
  • Be effective in multidisciplinary and diverse professional environments;
  • Provide leadership and demonstrate professional integrity.

2. Program Learning Outcomes

To be eligible for the award of the undergraduate degree, students will be able to demonstrate following skills:

  • An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering to the solution of complex electrical engineering problems
  • An ability to design a system, component, or process and synthesize solutions to meet the desired needs
  • An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyse, interpret data and synthesize valid conclusions
  • An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice with appropriate considerations for public health and safety, cultural, societal, and environmental constraints
  • An understanding of professional, ethical and moral responsibility
  • An ability to function effectively as an individual and or in multi-disciplinary teams
  • An ability to communicate effectively
  • A knowledge of contemporary engineering issues and understand the fundamental principles of effective project management
  • An ability to engage in life-long learning
  • An understanding of necessary knowledge and skills required for entrepreneurship

3. Program Structure

The B.Sc. Electrical Engineering is offered by Namal College in line with guidelines of the Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore. It is a four-year program that comprises of eight semesters. During each semester a number of core and elective courses are offered from different knowledge areas ranging from management sciences, mathematics and humanities apart from the core electrical engineering courses.

Course Code

Course Title

Cr. Hrs

Knowledge Area

Pre-requisites

Th

Lab

Semester 1

EE 100 Electric Circuits

3

1

Electrical Engineering Fundamentals

None

CH 100 Applied Chemistry

2

1

Natural Sciences

None

ME 100L Workshop Practice

0

1

Mechanical Engineering

None

PHY 111 Applied Physics

2

1

Natural Sciences

None

MA 123 Calculus

3

0

Natural Sciences

None

HU 151 Arabic Language

1

0

Humanities

None

English

0

0

Humanities

None

Sub Total

11

4

Semester 2

EE 101 Electrical and Electronics Workshop

0

1

Electrical Engineering Practice

None

EE 110 Circuit Analysis & Design

3

1

Electrical Engineering Fundamentals

EE 100

ME 122L Engineering Drawing

0

1

Civil Engineering

None

CS 141 Introduction to Computing

3

1

Computer Science

None

ME 110 Applied Thermodynamics

3

0

Natural Sciences

None

HU 111 Communication Skills

0

1

Humanities

English

MA 228 Differential Equations

3

0

Natural Sciences

MA 123

Sub Total

12

5

 

Semester 3

EE 212 Semiconductor Devices

3

1

Microelectronics

None

EE 230 Programming Fundamentals

3

1

Computer Science

None

EE 272 Digital Systems

3

1

Digital Electronics

None

HU 221

Technical Writing & Presentation Skills

3

0

Humanities

None

MA 234 Linear Algebra

3

0

Natural Sciences

None

Sub Total

15

3

Semester 4

EE 213

Analog & Digital Electronic Circuits

3

1

Electrical Engineering Fundamentals

EE 212

EE 220 Signals & Systems

3

0

Electrical Engineering Fundamentals

None

EE 232 Data Structures & Algorithms

3

1

Computer Science

EE 230

EE 273 Microprocessor Systems

3

1

Computer Engineering

None

MA 346 Numerical Methods

3

0

Natural Sciences

None

Sub Total

15

3

Semester 5

EE 320 Applied Probability & Statistics

3

0

Natural Sciences

EE 220, MA 234

EE 340 Control Systems

3

1

Controls

None

EE 350 Electric Machinery Fundamentals

3

1

Electrical Machines

None

EE 356

Power Transmission, Distribution and Utilization

3

1

Electrical Power

None

EE 380 Electromagnetic Theory

3

0

Electromagnetism

None

Sub Total

15

3

Semester 6

EE 322

Analog & Digital Communications

3

1

Communications

None

EE 384

Digital Signal Processing

3

1

Signal Processing

EE 220

EE XXX

Restricted Elective

3

1

Misc.

None

MCT 351

Introduction to Robotics

3

1

Robotics

None

IS 101

Islamic & Pakistan Studies / Ethics

3

0

Humanities

None

Sub Total

15

4

Semester 7

EE XXX Elective

3

1

Misc.

None

EE XXX Elective

3

1

Misc.

None

MGT 460 Engineering Economics

3

0

Management

None

IS 201 Islamic & Pakistan Studies II / Ethics

3

0

Humanities

None

EE 499a Project (Phase-I)

0

3

Final Year Design Project

None

Sub Total

12

5

Semester 8

EE XXX Elective

3

1

Misc.

None

EE XXX Elective

3

1

Misc.

None

MGT 414

Entrepreneurship & Business Management

3

0

Management

None

EE 499b

Project (Phase-II)

0

3

Final Year Design Project

None

Sub Total

9

5

Total Credit Hours: 134

Possible Electives

Course Code

Course Title

Cr. Hrs

Knowledge Area

Pre-requisites

Th

Lab

EE 412 Integrated Electronic Circuits

3

1

Microelectronics

None

EE 413 Industrial Electronics

3

1

Industrial Electronics

None

EE 424 Satellite Engineering

3

0

Communications

None

EE 425 Wireless Communications

3

1

Communications

EE 384

EE 426 Digital Image Processing

3

1

Signal Processing

EE 384

EE 432 Computer Networks

3

1

Communications

None

EE 436 Database Engineering

3

1

Computer Science

None

EE 439 Introduction to Machine Learning

3

0

Computer Science

MA 234

EE 450 High Voltage Engineering

3

1

Electrical Power

None

EE 452 Renewable Electrical Energy Systems

3

0

Electrical Power

None

EE 461 Design of Electrical Machines

3

0

Electrical Machines

EE 350

EE 453 Power System Operation & Control

3

1

Electrical Power

EE 451

EE 454 Power System Protection

3

1

Electrical Power

EE 451

EE 456 Introduction to Smart Grids

3

0

Interdisciplinary

None

EE 475 Computer Architecture

3

1

Computer Engineering

EE 272

EE 476 Introduction to VLSI Systems

3

1

Microelectronics

None

EE 477 Software Construction

3

0

Computer Science

None

EE 481 Optical Circuits & Systems

3

0

Optics

None

EE 482 Microwave Engineering – Passive Devices

3

1

Communications

EE 380

EE 484 Microwave Engineering – Active Devices

3

1

Communications

EE 482

EE 485 Electromagnetic Compatibility

3

0

Electromagnetism

EE 380

EE 491 Electrical Instrumentation and Measurement

3

1

Electrical Machines

None

Disclaimer

The details of the program specification and information contained therein are subject to change in accordance with the policies, rules and regulations of the University of Engineering and Technology. Such changes will be notified to the enrolled students through email. Course offerings also depend on the availability of faculty of the subject area. The information given above has been adapted from the University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore.