BSc in EEE
B.Sc. in EEE program curriculum consists of 148 credits. In the university core 3 courses (9 credits) are dedicated to Language and Communication development, 2 courses (6 credits) to nurture students with an understanding of business and management, and 2 courses (5 credits) in disseminating information related to arts and social science. The science core consists of 6 mathematics and statistics courses (18 credits) and 4 physical science courses (14 credits) including state of the art laboratory. The Engineering core consists of more than 30 courses (84 credits) covering a broad range of electrical, electronics, and communication topics, imparting the most updated knowledge in the relevant fields. Two courses (6 credits) from computer science core provide students with adequate computer programming knowledge for future endeavors. The curriculum consists of a final year capstone project that tests the students' culmination of the engineering knowledge over the four years. Internship is also integrated in the curriculum to provide the graduates' real-life job experience even before graduation.
Courses in the curriculum are arranged in the form of basic knowledge of engineering courses in the first two years while more advanced knowledge-based courses in the third and final year. An academic year consists of three semesters, namely Fall, Spring and Summer, of which Summer is an optional semester. The courses in each semester are locked with pre-requisites, a process to ensure students complete a required course to partake the next one with proper knowledge. Only the first semester courses are provided as a block to the freshman, while the other courses are available as open credit systems, meaning students can take the courses at their convenience.
Any change in the curriculum will be notified to students. Students will get updated content on the departmental website.Course summary of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Program
|Arts and Social Science||5|
|Computer Science Core||6|
|MAT1102||DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS & CO-ORDINATE GEOMETRY||Nil||3|
|PHY 1102||Physics 1 Lab||Nil||1|
|ENG1101||ENGLISH READING SKILLS & PUBLIC SPEAKING||Nil||3|
|EEE1102||INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING STUDIES||Nil||1|
|BAE1201||BASIC MECHANICAL ENGINEERING||PHY1101||3|
|EEE1203||ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS -1 (DC)||EEE1102 PHY1101||3|
|EEE1204||ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS -1 (DC) (LAB)||EEE1102 PHY1102||1|
|MAT1205||Integral Calculus & Ordinary Differential Equation||MAT 1102||3|
|PHY1203||PHYSICS 2||CHEM1101 PHY1101||3|
|PHY1204||PHYSICS 2 LAB||PHY1102 & CHEM1101||1|
|BBA1102||PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING||MAT1102||3|
|ENG1202||ENGLISH WRITING SKILLS & COMMUNICATIONS||ENG1101||3|
|MAT2101||COMPLEX VARIABLE,LAPLACE & Z-TRANSFORMATION||MAT1205||3|
|EEE2101||ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS 2 (AC)||EEE1203||3|
|EEE2102||ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS-2 (AC) LAB||EEE1204||1|
|EEE2105||ELECTRICAL MACHINES 1||BAE1201 & EEE2101||3|
|EEE2106||ELECTRICAL MACHINES 1 LAB||BAE1201 & EEE2102||1|
|EEE2104||ELECTRONIC DEVICES LAB||EEE2102||1|
|CSC2113||PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE 1 (STRUCTURED PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE)||MAT1205||3|
|EEE2207||ELECTRICAL MACHINES 2||EEE2105||3|
|EEE2208||ELECTRICAL MACHINES 2 LAB||EEE2106||1|
|EEE2211||ELECTRICAL POWER TRANSMISSION & DISTRIBUTION||EEE2105||3|
|MAT2202||MATRICES, VECTORS, FOURIER ANALYSIS||MAT2101||3|
|EEE2213||SIGNALS & LINEAR SYSTEMS||MAT2202||3|
|EEE2215||ENGINEERING ETHICS AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION||EEE1102||1|
|EEE2210||ANALOG ELECTRONICS LAB||EEE2104||1|
|BAE2101||COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN & DRAFTING||EEE1203||1|
|EEE3107||ELECTROMAGNETICS FIELDS AND WAVES||PHY1203 MAT2202||3|
|BBA3113||PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS||BBA1102||2|
|EEE3101||DIGITAL LOGIC AND CIRCUITS||EEE2103||3|
|EEE3102||DIGITAL LOGIC AND CIRCUITS LAB||EEE2104||1|
|EEE3105||INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS AND DRIVES||EEE2207||3|
|EEE3106||INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS AND DRIVES LAB||EEE2208||1|
|EEE3101||DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING||MAT2202 & EEE2213||3|
|EEE3213||ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS||PHY2103||3|
|CSC2213||PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE 2 (OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE)||CSC2113||3|
|EEE3211||POWER SYSTEMS ANALYSIS||EEE2211||3|
|MAT3101||NUMERICAL METHODS FOR SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING||MAT2202 & CSC2113||3|
|MAT3103||COMPUTATIONAL STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY||MAT3101||3|
|EEE3215||PRINCIPLES OF COMMUNICATION||EEE3107||3|
|EEE4105||EEE ELECTIVE 1||-||3|
|EEE4101||MODERN CONTROL SYSTEMS||EEE2213||3|
|EEE4102||MODERN CONTROL SYSTEMS LAB||EEE2213||1|
|EEE4103||MICROPROCESSOR AND EMBEDDED SYSTEM||CSC2213 & EEE3101||3|
|EEE4000||CAPSTONE PROJECT 1||105 Credits||1|
|EEE4221||EEE ELECTIVE 2||-||3|
|EEE4000||CAPSTONE PROJECT 2||ENG2103 & EEE2215||2|
|EEE4001||INTERNSHIP/ SEMINAR/ WORKSHOP||ENG2103||1|
|EEE4208||ELECTRICAL SERVICES DESIGN LAB||EEE3110||1|
|EEE4213||POWER STATIONS AND SUBSTATIONS||EEE3211||3|
|EEE4211||MEASUREMENT AND INSTRUMENTATION||EEE4101||3|
|EEE4217||VLSI CIRCUIT DESIGN||EEE3101||3|
EEE, Spring, 17-18 Elective
|CSC4219||COMPUTER SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE||EEE4103||3|
|EEE4109||COMPUTER INTERFACE DESIGN||EEE4103||3|
|EEE4227||POWER SYSTEM PROTECTION||EEE3211||3|
|EEE4223||CELLULAR MOBILE COMMUNICATION||EEE4209||3|
|EEE4233||DIGITAL DESIGN WITH SYSTEM [ VERILOG,VHDL & FPGAS ]||EEE4217||3|
|MMC4003||INTRODUCTION TO ANIMATION||CSC2213||3|
|EEE4231||RENEWABLE ENERGY TECHNOLOGY||EEE3211||3|
|EEE4229||BIOMEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION MEASUREMENT AND DESIGN||EEE4211||3|
|EEE4237||NUCLEAR POWER ENGINEERING||PHY2103||3|
|EEE4239||NANOTECHNOLOGY FOR ENGINEERS||EEE3213||3|
Admission Requirements for BSc in EEE
Academic Requirements for BSc in EEE:
(a) A total GPA of 6.00 with a minimum GPA of 2.75 in Science background. Math must be included at HSC level.
(b) Minimum GPA 2.5 (in both O and A Levels separately) with no grade lower than ‘D’ among best 5 subjects in O' level and best 2 subjects in A' level. Math must be included at A' level (Scale: A=5, B=4, C=3, D=2 & E=1)
(c) High School Diploma/International Baccalaureate with minimum grade B in Math.
(d) GED result will not be accepted.
Required Documents for Form Submission:
1. Attested Photocopy of all Board Mark Sheets and Testimonials / Certificates.
2. Three copies of Recent Colored & Clear Passport Sized Photographs.
3. For O’Level &A’Level Students, Attested Photocopy of Certificates/Hard copies (with cash in code).
4. A’ level candidates who will appear on November 2019 are required to submit photocopy of Statement of Entry and original hard copy/Mark sheets of their A’s level Exam(with cash in code).
5. Applicants in Freedom Fighter category are requested to submit attested photocopy of (i) “Provisional Certificate” from Ministry of Liberation war affairs. (ii) Mukti Barta/Indian List/PM signed Certificate (iii) Gazette (iv) “National ID” of the freedom fighter & Birth Certificate / Death Certificate of the Freedom Fighter. (vi) Attested Internet Information of FF.
***Selected applicants in FF quota are requested to bring all these original papers during their admission.
Written Exam Waiver Conditions (will be called for viva interview):
1. Minimum score of 1650 in SAT for undergraduate program out of 2400.
2. Minimum score of 1106 in SAT for undergraduate program out of 1600.
Online Admission Form Fill-up :
Step 01: Login (create a new applicant or use already created user name) at http://admission.aiub.edu
Step 02: Fill up all required fields with correct data and upload a recent color photograph and academic papers (in .JPG format)
Step 03: Take print outs of the Applicant Copy and preserve it for future references.
Step 04: Usually it requires 24 hours (72 hours for weekends) to verify the educational information. Applicants may proceed to Payment after the Verification is done.
Step 05: After the Verification is done. Applicant can download the Admit Card from the Portal before attending the Admission Examination.
Step 06: Bring the Admit Card for the Admission Examination.