BSEEEAt present, conversion into and application optimization of electric energy and electronics devices are the preconditions for any development of any nation. Industrializations and excessive use of electric energy run tools and technologies at every sphere of life overwhelmingly address the needs for specialized and instrumental knowledge on disciplinary, sub-disciplinary and interdisciplinary aspects of electrical and electronics engineering to get the best out of these applications.

The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering offers a degree program leading to Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Electronics Engineering (BSEEE). The department strives to produce professional graduates capable of meeting future challenges of production and application of electric energy and devices through offering ample opportunity of theory, laboratory and research based specialized learning in the areas of electrical, control, power and electronics and microelectronics engineering, computer science and telecommunication engineering. Participants are given an opportunity to be trained and broaden their abilities to analyze and solve complex troubles and design new uses of technology to serve today’s civilization. This engineering program provides an integrated educational experience directed toward the development of the ability to apply pertinent knowledge to the identification and solution of practical problems in electrical, electronics and telecommunication engineering. This program also insures that the design experience is developed and integrated throughout the curriculum in a sequential development leading to advanced work and includes both analytical and experimental studies.

DEPARTMENT’S MISSION

The department’s mission is to produce outstanding, innovative and nationalistic professional engineers and to move on the field of electrical and electronics engineering upward and forward.   The purpose of the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering is to present proficient teaching and training, and at the same time to contribute enthusiastically in applied and theoretical research.

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

The department prepares the participants for electrical and electronics engineering profession through BSEEE program. The curriculum for Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Electronics Engineering (BSEEE) provides a strong background in circuits, electrical power, electromagnetic, computers, control systems, signal processing and solid devices, etc. The program also looks up at developing participants’ intellectual ability and executive personality. The objectives of this program are to prepare graduates to:

  • Enter professional employment and/or graduate study in several areas of Electrical and Electronics Engineering including, Electronics, Communications, and Electric Power
  • Identify, analyze, and solve practical problems, making use of appropriate engineering tools and techniques
  • Work with contemporary laboratory instrumentation, design and perform experiments, and analyze and interpret the results
  • Communicate effectively through speaking, writing and using graphics, functioning collaboratively within multi-disciplinary problem-solving teams
  • Use their perceptive of professional, ethical and social responsibilities and the importance of life-long learning in the conduct of their careers; and
  • Acclimatize effectively to varying technologies, and apply their skills in new contexts to meet the demands of society

Lab Facilities

Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (DEEE) of CEAT have well equipped laboratories for practice and research. Adequate number of measuring instruments such as Oscilloscope, LCR meter, variable power supply (AC. & DC), signal generator, frequency counter, trainer boards, tachometers, ammeters (AC.& DC), voltmeters (AC.& DC), microprocessor trainer kits, watt-meters, energy meter, digital multimeters, ICs, bread boards, inductors, capacitors, universal machine trainer kit, resistors and supporting accessories are available to conduct practical classes. The Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department has the following full-fledged laboratories to conduct practical classes and research.

Electrical Engineering Laboratory

eee1The following recodes show the number of Experiment conducted in Electrical Lab


Engineering Field Number of Experiments conducted
Direct Current(DC) 12 Experiments
Alternating Current(AC) 13 Experiments
Electrical Magnetism 11 Experiments
Total Experiments 36

Some Major Experiments in each of the fields are summarized as follows

Direct Current

DC Voltage Measurement, Ohm’s Law, Power in DC Circuit Measurement, Series -Parallel Network and Kirchhoff’s Law ,Superposition Theorem, Thevinin’s Theorem, Norton’s Theorem, Maximum Power transfer Theorem, DC- RC Circuit and Transient Phenomena.

Alternating Current

AC Voltage Measurement, AC Current Measurement, AC RC Circuit operation, AC RL Circuit operation, AC RLC Circuit Series operation, Power in AC Circuit Measurement, Series-Resonant Circuit, Parallel-Resonant Circuit, LC Filter Circuit, Verification of Ohm’s Law of an AC Circuit contains resistance only, Determination of unknown parameters of an RLC parallel AC Circuit, .Measurement of three phase power of a three phase star connected balanced load by wattmeter method

Electrical Magnetism

Determination of Magnetic Device, Identification of Magnetic Field ,Drawing Magnetic Curve, Magnetic Field strength, Lenz’s Law, Faraday’s Law of Electromagnetic Induction, Ampere’s, Fleming’s Rule, Self Induction, Mutual Induction, Magnetic Flux Detection

Electronics Engineering Laboratory

The following recodes show the number of Experiment conducted in Electronics Lab


Engineering Field Number of Experiments conducted
Basic Electronic Circuit 10 Experiments
Simple Electronics Device 09 Experiments
Industrial Control System 05 Experiments
Oscillator Circuit Device 05 Experiments
Diode Applications Circuits 09 Experiments
Rectifier Circuit Operation 05 Experiments
Differential &Integral Circuit 06 Experiments
Transistor Operation 07 Experiments
FET Operation 08 Experiments
Multi Stage Amplifier Operation 07 Experiments
Transistor Feedback Circuit 15 Experiments
Voltage Regulator &Constant Current Circuit Operation 06 Experiments
Modulation &Demodulation 04 Experiments
Operational Amplifier Circuits 38 Experiments
Total Experiments 134 Experiments

Some Major Experiments in each of the fields are summarized as follows

Basic Electronic Circuit Experiments:

Diode Characteristics, Rectifier Circuit, Filter Circuit Zener diode and it’s Characteristics, LED Characteristics, Transistor Characteristics, Multi-meter Functions, FET Characteristics, SCR (Silicon Controlled Rectifier) Characteristics, UJT Characteristics

Simple Electronics Device Experiments:

Simple Amplifier Circuit, Complementary Amplifier Circuit, Voltage Regulator Circuit, Push-Pull Amplifier Circuit, Wheatstone bridge Circuit, Dimmer Circuit, Multistage Cascading Amplifier Circuit, Relay and It’s Characteristics, Touch- Controlled Switch

Industrial Control System Experiments:

CDS Characteristics Experiment, Light -Controlled Circuit Experiment, Thermistor and its Characteristics Experiment, Temperature Control Circuit Experiment, Sound Control Circuit Experiment

Operational Amplifier Circuits Experiments:
Characteristics of OP Amp, Input Impedance Measurement, Output Impedance Measurement, Bandwidth Measurement, Slew Rate Measurement, Offset Voltage Measurement, Inverse Amplification Characteristics] Non-Inverse Amplification Characteristics, Voltage -Follower Circuit Characteristics, Difference Amplification Characteristics

Sum Amplification (Adder) Characteristics
Clipping Circuit Characteristics Constant Voltage Circuit Characteristics, Constant Current Circuit Characteristics, Differentiator Circuit Characteristics
Integrator Circuit Characteristics Comparator Circuit Characteristics, Schmitt Trigger Circuit Characteristics, Monostable Multivibrator Circuit Characteristics ,Astable Multivibrator Circuit Characteristics, Sine Wave  RC Oscillator Circuit Characteristics, Sine Wave  Wine’s Oscillator Circuit Characteristics, High Pass Amplification Circuit, Low Pass Amplification Circuit, Band Pass Amplification Circuit, Tone Controller Circuit, Single Power Supply Inverse Amplification Circuit

Oscillator Circuit Device Experiments:
Blocking Oscillator Device, Electronic Bridcall Circuit, Astable Multivibrator Circuit, LED Flasher Circuit, LC Resonant Circuit

Diode Applications and Operations Experiments:
Silicon Diode, Germanium Diode, Zener Diode, Light Emitting Diode, Optical Diode, Diode Clipping Circuit, Diode Clamping Circuit

Rectifier Circuit Operation:
Half Wave, Full Wave, Bridge Rectifier, Dual power supply Rectifier, Voltage Magnifying Rectifier

Transistor Operation Experiments:

PNP Transistor, NPN Transistor, Common Emitter Transistor Amplification, Common Base Transistor Amplification, Common Collector Transistor Amplification, Switch Type Transistor Amplification, Darlington’s Circuit

FET Circuit Operation Experiments:

JFET, MOSFET, Self Biased JFET Common Source, Voltage Divider Biased JFET Common Source, Voltage Divider Biased JFET Common Drain, Self Biased JFET Common Drain, MOSFET Biased

Multi Stage Amplifier Operation Experiments:

RC Coupled Amplification, Direct Coupled Amplification, Transformer Coupled Amplification, Push-Pull Amplification, OLT Amplification, OCL Amplification, IC Amplification.

Transistor Feedback Circuit Experiments:

Serial Voltage Negative Feedback, Parallel  Voltage Negative Feedback, Serial Current Negative Feedback, Parallel Current Negative Feedback, RC Phase- Shift Oscillator,Wine’s Bridge Oscillator, Hartley’s Oscillator, Colpitt’s Oscillator, Crystal Oscillator, Astable Oscillator, Bistable  Oscillator, Intermittent Oscillator, Schmitt’s Oscillator, Sawtooth Oscillator

Voltage Regulator &Constant Current Circuit Operation Experiments:

Regulated Voltage Circuit, Regulated Adjustable Voltage Circuit, Current-Limiting Regulated Voltage Circuit, Regulated Voltage circuit with IC Operation, Constant Current Circuit

Digital Electronics Engineering Laboratory

The following recodes show the number of Experiment conducted in Digital Electronics Lab


Engineering Field Number of Experiments conducted
Basic Logic Gates 21 Experiments
Combinational Logic Circuits 31 Experiments
Clock Generator Circuit 11 Experiments
Sequential Logic Circuit 17 Experiments
Memory Circuit 06 Experiments
Converter Circuit 04 Experiments
Circuit Application Experiments 14 Experiments
Total Experiments 104 Experiments

Some Major Experiments in each of the fields are summarized as follows
Basic Logic Gates Circuit Experiments:

Introduction to Logics and Switches, Diode Logic (DL) Gate, Resistor -Transistor Logic (RTL) Gate, Diode -Transistor Logic (DTL) Gate, CMOS Circuit, TTL Threshold Voltage and Current Measurement, CMOS Threshold Voltage and Current Measurement, TTL Gate Delay Time Measurement, Schmitt Gate Delay Time Measurement, CMOS Delay Time Measurement, AND Gate, OR Gate, INVERTER/NOT Gate, NAND Gate, NOR Gate, XOR Gate, TTL to CMOS Interface

Combinational Logic Circuits Experiments

Constructing XOR Gate with NAND Gate, Constructing XOR Gate with Basic Gate, Comparator Constructed with Basic Logic Gate, Comparator Constructed with TTL IC, Schmitt Gate Circuit, Truth Table Measurement, Constructing an AND Gate with  Tristate Gate, Bidirectional Transmission Circuit, Constructing HA (Half Adder), Full Adder Circuit with an IC, High Speed Adder Carry Generator, BCD Code Adder Circuit, Subs tractor Circuit, Inverter Circuit, Arithmetic Logic Unit (ALU) Circuit, Bit Parity Generator, Construction of 4-to-2 Encoder, Construction of 10-to-4 Encoder, Construction of 2-to-4 Decoder, Construction of 10-to-4 Decoder, BCD-to-7 Segment Decoder, Construction of 2-to-1 Multiplexer, Construction of 8-to-1 Multiplexer, Construction of 2-output Demultiplexer, Analog Switch Characteristics, Bidirectional Transmission with CMOS.

Clock Generator Circuit Experiments:

Construction of Oscillator circuit with Basic Logic Gate, Oscillator circuit with Schmitt Gate, Voltage Controlled Oscillator (VCO), 555 IC Oscillator Circuit, 555 IC Voltage Controlled Oscillator, Low -speed Mono stable Multi vibrator, High-speed Mono stable Multi vibrator, Mono stable Multi vibrator with 555 IC, Non-Retrigger able Circuit with TTL IC, Retrigger able Circuit with TTL IC, Constructing a Variable Duty Cycle Oscillator

Sequential Logic Circuit Experiments:

Construction of R-S Flip-Flop Circuit, Construction of D Flip-Flop Circuit with R-S  Flip-Flop, Construction of T Flip-Flop Circuit with D Flip-Flop, Construction of J Flip-Flop Circuit with R-S Flip-Flop, Shift Register Circuit with D Flip-Flop, Preset Left/Right Circuit, Construction of Noise Elimination Circuit with R-S Flip-Flop, Asynchronous Binary Up-counter, Asynchronous Decade Up-counter, Asynchronous Divide-by-N Up-counter, Synchronous Binary Up/Down-counter Presentable Binary Up/Down counters, Presentable Decimal Up/Down counters, Ring Counter, Johnson’s Counter

Memory Circuit Experiments:

Constructing Read Only Memory (ROM) with Diode Circuit, Constructing Random Access Memory (RAM) with D Flip-Flop, Constructing 64-Bit RAM circuit, Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory (EPROM), Electronic EPROM (EEPROM) Circuit, Construction of Dynamic Scanning Counter with Single-Chip Microprocessor

Converter Circuit Experiments:
Unipolar DAC Circuit, Bipolar DAC Circuit, 8-Bit Converter Circuit, 3 1/2-Digit Converter Circuit

Communication Engineering Laboratory

The following recodes show the number of Experiment conducted in Communication Lab


Engineering Field Number of Experiments conducted
Basic Communication System 45 Experiments
Fiber Optic Communication 15 Experiments
FM Transmitter and Receiver 11 Experiments
AM Transmitter and Receiver 10 Experiments
Memory Circuit 06 Experiments
Total Experiments 81 Experiments

Some Major Experiments in each of the fields are summarized as follows
Basic Communication System Experiments:

Operation and Characteristics of Radio-Frequency (RF) Oscillator, Second Order Low -pass Filter Circuit, Second Order High -pass Filter Circuit, DSB-SC and SSB Modulators Circuit, FM Demodulator Circuit Experiment, LM565 PLL Characteristics Measurement, LM565 V-F Characteristics, PLL Frequency Demodulator, FM to AM Frequency Demodulator, A/D (Analoge to Digital)Converter Circuit, D/A (  Digital to Analoge )Converter Circuit, PWM Modulators Circuit, PWM Demodulator Circuit, FSK Modulators, FSK Demodulators , Frequency Synthesizer, CVSD Modulator, CVSD Demodulator, Low pass Filter, CVSD System with various Clock rates, Manchester Encoder, Manchester Decoder, Manchester CVSD, ASK Modulator, ASK Demodulator, PSK/QPSK  Modulator, PSK/QPSK  Demodulator, Time Division Multiplexing (TDM), Pulse Amplitude Modulation(PAM), Frequency up and Frequency Down Circuit, Carrier Frequency Recovery, Frequency Converter, Manchester Clock Regeneration

Fiber Optic Communication Experiments:

Fiber Optics, Application of Fiber Optics, Light sources of Fiber Optics, Light and Optical Fiber Interaction, Fiber Optic Transmitter, Fiber Optic Receiver, Fiber Optic Network, Fiber Optic Connectors and Fiber Polishing, Data Transmission -One Module, Data Transmission Module to Module, Data Transmission PC to Module, Data Transmission Module to PC, ASK Data Transmission, PSK/QPSK Data Transmission.

FM Transmitter and Receiver Experiments:

Function and Basic Operation of FM, Phase Modulation Circuit, Frequency Multipliers, Experimental FM Transmitter, Test and Measurements of FM Transmitter, FM Stereo Radio, Monophonic FM Receiving System, Stereophonic FM Receiving System, FM Subsystem, Integrated Circuit of FM Receiver, FM Radio Experimentations

Electrical Machines Laboratory

The following recodes show the number of Experiment conducted in Machines Lab


Engineering Field Number of Experiments conducted
Electrical Transformer 07 Experiments
DC Motor 04 Experiments
DC Generator 03 Experiments
AC Motor 05 Experiments
AC Generator/Alternator 05 Experiments
Total Experiments 24 Experiments

Some Major Experiments in each of the fields are summarized as follows

Electrical Transformer Experiments:

Using Single phase transformer as step up and  step down and Ideal, Determination of transformer turn Ratio Test, No Load(Open Circuit) Characteristics Test, Resistive Load Characteristics Test, Inductive Load Characteristics Test, Capacitive Load Characteristics Test, Short Circuit Characteristics Test

DC Motor Experiments:

Speed Control of DC Shunt Motor by flux control, Speed Control of DC Shunt Motor by armature Control, Torque Armature current Characteristics of DC series motor, Speed Control of DC Shunt Motor and Observation of Back emf

DC Generator Experiments:

Characteristics of Self excited DC Shunt Generator, Open Circuit Characteristics of DC Shunt Generator, and External Characteristics of DC shunt Generator with Load, Speed Controll of DC Shunt Motor and Observation of Back emf

AC Motor Experiments:

Running Torque of a Single Phase Induction Motor, no load test of an Induction Motor, Induction Motor by Block Rotor Test, Characteristics of Synchronous Motor

AC Generator/Alternator Experiments:

No Load Characteristics, .Parallel Operation, Resistive Load, Inductive Load, Capacitive Load Characteristics of Three Phase Alternator.

Measurement and Instrumentation Laboratory

The following recodes show the number of Experiment conducted in Measurement Lab


Engineering Field Number of Experiments conducted
Measurement 13 Experiments
Instrumentation 12 Experiments
Total Experiments 25 Experiments

Some Major Experiments in each of the fields are summarized as follows

Measurements Experiments:

Measuring voltage (DC &AC), measuring Current (DC &AC), measuring Resistance, measuring Power, measuring rpm and rps, measuring Frequency and amplitude, measuring diode value, conducting short circuit test, Measuring Capacitance value, measuring torque.

 Instrumentation Experiments:

Identification of Electrical and Electronics Measuring Instruments and Function Analysis, Operation and connections of a digital and analog Ameter , Ohm Meter, Wattmeter ,RLC Meter, Tachometer, Oscilloscope, Electrodynamometer

Power System Laboratory

The following recodes show the number of Experiment conducted in Power System Lab


Engineering Field Number of Experiments conducted
Power System 8 Experiments
Total Experiments 8 Experiments

Switchgear and Protective Relay Laboratory

The following recodes show the number of Experiment conducted in Switchgear Lab


Engineering Field Number of Experiments conducted
Switchgear and Protective 11 Experiments
Total Experiments 81 Experiments

IUBAT University department of EEE has well equipped with high speed computers with power backup system to conduct feedback analysis practice. By using (matlab) software experiments expand the partial fraction, transient response analysis, root-Locus plot, plotting Bode diagram, drawing Nyquist plots, transformation of system models, solving pole-placement problems, design of state observers and solving quadratic optimal control problems.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING (BSEEE) PROGRAM

Electrical and Electronics engineering covers production, transmission and utilization of electrical power as well as the transmission and processing of information. The study of electrical and electronics engineering is grouped into academic areas like circuits, electrical power system, electronics, electromagnetic, communications, control, solid state devices and computer engineering.  Electrical energy has extensive application in day to day life and the modern civilization is unthinkable without electricity. Naturally, employment opportunities for electrical and electronics engineers encompass a wide spectrum of activities covering design, development, research, sales and management. Electrical engineers are employed by public utilities, industrial organizations, communications  related organizations, government organization, educational institutions and consulting engineering firms within the country and outside.  The electrical and electronics engineering program offers a broad education in fundamental principles and applications in laboratory and field. The electrical engineering students are also provided with a broad educational background as well as exposure to socio-economic and environmental impact of technology.

PROGRAM OF STUDY

The program of study leading to the Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Electronics Engineering (BSEEE) has been designed to meet the requirements for entry into professional practice of electrical engineering on the one hand and that of general educational requirements on the other.  The program emphasizes preparatory education and foundation courses in the initial years and professional courses in the third and fourth years.  The students are required to study subjects of different areas including subjects of other branches of engineering to undergo rigorous preparation for entry into profession.  The curriculum requires completion of 153 credit hours of study including a 9 credit hours practicum.

PROGRAM FEES

IUBAT University assesses fees for students on credit hour basis.  Per credit hour tuition fee for the Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Electronics Engineering (BSEEE) Program is Tk. 2,600 for local students.  There is an admission fee of Tk. 10,000 paid once at the point of admission to BSEEE program.  The rate of other charges such as admissions, semester fee, insurance premium Tk. 160/- per semester, other activities fees and refundable library and laboratory deposits in details have been provided in the financial information section of this bulletin. This section also provides information on financing arrangement including merit-scholarships at the point of admission, in-course fee waiver scholarship, different scholarships, on-campus work opportunities, financial assistance in the form of grants, installment payment, deferred payment student loan etc. The standing IUBAT policy to cater to needs of all qualified students who aspire for higher professional education regardless of the income level of his/her family through appropriate educational financing arrangement under the concept Knowledge Based Area Development: A Step Towards Community Self-Reliance applies to BSEEE program.

The Financial Information section also contains information on tuition fees for international students and special fees for students from SAARC countries and Least Developed Countries (LDC) of Asia and Africa.

DURATION OF STUDY

The minimum requirement for BSEEE degree is completion of 156 credit hours and usually requires 4 years to complete for a full time student. It is possible to graduate earlier with additional course load. However, most students will require 4 years to complete the requirements of the program. The curriculum is designed to give students general education background, foundation courses, exposure to basic sciences and engineering and specialization in electrical and electronics engineering. The first year courses are designed to develop the student’s language ability, mathematical ability and reasoning ability. The second year covers background courses of engineering and courses required to develop the knowledge about the need of the society and utilize these to fix personal goals. The third and fourth year courses are designed to expose students to engineering disciplines and specialize in electrical and electronics engineering.

To prepare a student for the electrical and electronics engineering profession, the curriculum for Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Electronics Engineering (BSEEE) provides a strong background in circuits, electrical power, electromagnetic field, electronics, digital electronics, micro-processor, electrical machines, computers, control systems, signal processing and solid devices, etc.

COMPREHENSIVE

The comprehensive is conducted for students who have satisfactorily completed all the courses of the program.  The objective of the comprehensive is to test the student’s capability to comprehend the entire program.  It consists of a written test of three hours and an oral examination which is conducted by a board consisting of academics and practitioners.  The comprehensive is graded and the students must obtain a passing grade to qualify.  The students must take comprehensive to fulfill the requirement of the program.  The comprehensive is a pre-requisite to practicum.

PRACTICUM

Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (DEEE) places great emphasis on the value of practical work experience in all professional degree programs. Besides, the hands-on experience gained in laboratories and workshops, BSEEE students are required to work as internees in a real life organization.  In the fourth year of study, BSEEE students will attach as interns with suitable organizations.  This internship is an integral component of BSEEE program, with 9 credit hours weight.

REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION

The BSEEE degree will be conferred only to the student who has fully complied with the graduation requirements and has applied for it. The requirements are that the student has:

  • Completed all the prescribed courses with a minimum of 153 credit hours plus such courses recommended by the department after reviewing individual background.
  • Earned at least ‘C’ grades in each of the core, specialization courses and English courses.
  • Earned at least passing grade (D) in each of the remaining courses.
  • Fulfillment of English language requirement through English Language Competency Test (ELCT)
  • Earned a cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of 2.5.
  • Earned at least a passing grade in the practicum.
  • Earned at least a passing grade in the comprehensive
  • Satisfactory behavior and discipline
  • Library and financial clearance from the college and the university

COURSE OFFERINGS


Humanities and Social Sciences
Course Code Course Name Credits
ART 102 Educational Planning 1
ART 202 Career Planning and Development-I 2
ART 203 ART 203 Career Planning and Development-II 1
ECO 101 Principles of Microeconomics 3
ENG 101 Basic English Composition 4
ENG 102 English Comprehension and Speaking 3
ENG 203 Advanced English Composition 3
ENG 250 Public Speaking 3
PHI 114 Introduction to Philosophy 3
PSY 105 General Psychology 3
ENV 101 Environmental Science 3


Physical Sciences
Course Code Course Name Credits
MAT 107 Mathematics 4
CHM 115 General Chemistry 3
CHM 116 Chemistry Lab 1
PHY 112 Physics 3
EPHY 113 Physics Lab 1
MAT 147 Applied Calculus 3
MAT 167 Calculus I 3
MAT 197 Calculus II 3
MAT 219 Linear Algebra 3
MAT 237 Calculus III 3
MAT 247 Numerical Analysis 3
STA 240 Statistics 3


Engineering Core
Course Code Course Name Credits
CSC 103 Fundamentals of Computers and Applications 3
CSC 104 Computer Applications Lab 1
CSC 183 Programming C 3
CSC 183 Programming C Lab 1
MEC 120 Mechanical Engineering Drawing I 1
MEC 173 Introduction to Mechanical Engineering 3
MEC 231 Basic Mechanics I 3
MEC 271 Basic Mechanics II 3
MEC 453 Project Evaluation, Planning and Management 3
EEN 183 Circuit Analysis I 3
EEN 184 Circuit I Lab 1
EEN 225 Circuit Analysis II 3
EEN 226 Circuit Analysis II Lab 1
EEN 257 Electrical Machines I 3
EEN 258 Electrical Machines I Practice 1
EEN 265 Electronic Analysis and Design I 3
EEN 266 Electronics I Lab 1
EEN 275 Electric and Magnetic Fields 3
EEN 287 Electrical Machines II 3
EEN 288 Electrical Machines II Practice 1
EEN 303 Linear Circuits and Systems 3
EEN 315 Electronic Analysis and Design II 3
EEN 316 Electronics II Lab 1
EEN 329 Digital Logic Design 3
EEN 330 Digital Logic Lab 1
EEN 331 Measurement and Instrumentation 3
EEN 332 Measurement and Instrumentation Lab 1
EEN 345 Electronic Analysis and Design III 3
EEN 346 Electronics III Lab 1
EEN 361 Power Transmission and Distribution 3
EEN 373 Microprocessor Systems and Interfacing 3
STA 240 Statistics 3
EEN 374 Microprocessor Interfacing Lab 1
EEN 407 Feedback System Analysis and Design 3
EEN 408 Feedback System Lab 1
EEN 431 Transmission of Information 3
EEN 432 Communications Lab 1
EEN 453 Power System Analysis 3
EEN 454 Power System Analysis Practice 1
EEN 455 Power Stations 3
EEN 490 Practicum 9


Specialization
Course Code Course Name Credits
EEN 405 Industrial Electronics 3
EEN 406 Industrial Electronics Lab 1
EEN 463 Switchgear and Protective Relays 3
EEN 464 Switchgear and Protective Relays Practice 1
EEN 469 High Voltage Engineering 3
EEN 470 High Voltage Engineering Practices 3
EEN 471 Digital and Satellite Communication Engineering 3
EEN 472 Digital and Satellite Communication Lab 3
EEN 479 Microwave Engineering 3
EEN 480 Microwave Engineering Lab 1

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE


Semester 1
Courser Code Courser Name Credits
ART 102 Educational Planning 1
ENG 101 Basic English Composition 4
MAT 107 Mathematics 3
CSC 103 Fundamentals of Computer and Applications 3
CSC 104 Computer and Applications Lab 1
Total 13


Semester 2
Courser Code Courser Name Credits
ENG 102 English Comprehension and Speaking 3
PHY 112 Physics 3
PHY 113 Physics Lab 1
PHI 114 Introduction to Philosophy 3
MEC 120 Mech. Eng. Drawing I 1
MAT 147 Applied Calculus 3
Total 14


Semester 3
Courser Code Courser Name Credits
PSY 105 General Psychology 3
CHM 115 General Chemistry 3
CHM 116 Chemistry Lab 1
MAT 167 Calculus I 3
ENG 203 Advanced English Composition 3
Total 13


Semester 4
Courser Code Courser Name Credits
ENG 250 Public Speaking 3
ECO 101 Principles of Microeconomics 3
EEN 183 Circuit Analysis I 3
EEN 184 Circuit I Lab 1
CSC 183 Programming C 3
CSC 184 Programming C Lab 1
MAT 197 Calculus II 3
Total 17


Semester 5
Courser Code Courser Name Credits
MAT 219 Linear Algebra 2
EEN 225 Circuit Analysis II 3
EEN 226 Circuit II Lab 1
MEC 173 Introductions to Mechanical Engineering 3
STA 240 Statistics 3
EEN 265 Electronic Analysis and Design I 3
EEN 266 Electronic I Lab 1
Total 16


Semester 6
Courser Code Courser Name Credits
MEC 231 Basic Mechanics I 3
ART 202 Career Planning and Development-I 1
MAT 237 Calculus III 3
EEN 257 Electrical Machine I 3
EEN 258 Electrical Machines I Lab 1
EEN 315 Electronic Analysis and Design II 3
EEN 316 Electronics II Lab 1
Total 15


Semester 7
Courser Code Courser Name Credits
MAT 247 Numerical Analysis 3
MEC 271 Basic Mechanics II 3
EEN 275 Electric and Magnetic Fields 3
EEN 287 Electrical Machines II 3
EEN 288 Electrical Machines II Lab 1
EEN 303 Linear Circuits and Systems 3
Total 16


Semester 8
Courser Code Courser Name Credits
EEN 329 Digital Logic Design 3
EEN 330 Digital Logic Lab 1
EEN 331 Measurement and Instrumentation 3
EEN 332 Measurement and Instrumentation Lab 1
EEN 345 Electronic Analysis and Design III 3
EEN 346 Electronics III Lab 1
EEN 361 Power Transmission and Distribution 3
Total 15


Semester 9
Courser Code Courser Name Credits
ART 203 Career Planning and Development-II 1
EEN 373 Microprocessor Systems and Interfacing 3
EEN 374 Microprocessor Interfacing Lab 1
EEN 407 Feedback System Analyses and Design 3
EEN 408 Feedback System Lab 1
EEN 431 Transmission of Information 3
EEN 432 Communication Lab 1
Total 13


Semester 10
Courser Code Courser Name Credits
MEC 453 Project Evaluation, Planning and Management 4
EEN 453 Power System Analysis 3
EEN 454 Power System Analysis Practice 1
EEN 455 Power Stations 3
Elective 3
Lab (Elective) 1
Total 15


Semester 11
Courser Code Courser Name Credits
EEN 490 Practicum 9
Total 9

Notes

The total credit hours requirement for the degree has been decided at 153 plus such courses as may be prescribed on the basis of review of individual backgrounds.

  • ENG 101 is a remedial course and those having proficiency in beginning English can have exemptions on the basis of earlier accomplishment on record and demonstration of competency through examination
  • MAT 167 requires a basic mathematics competency and those who cannot meet its requirements will be required to undergo one or more course(s) in mathematics such as MAT 107 Mathematics and/or MAT 147- Applied Calculus
  • CSC 103 and CSC 104 courses are introductory in nature and can be exempted on the basis of earlier accomplishment on record and demonstration of competency through examination
  • PHY 109 and PHY 110 are the beginning Physics courses and may qualify for exemption on the basis of earlier accomplishment on record and demonstration of competency through examination
  • CHM 115 and CHM 116 are the beginning Chemistry courses and may qualify for exemption on the basis of earlier accomplishment on record and demonstration of competency through examination
  • BSEEE students will have to complete any two courses among PHI 114, PSY 105 or ENV 201

Course Customization for Students with Polytechnic Diploma in Electrical Engineering

  • Students with polytechnic diploma in electrical engineering may have course waiver for 20 credit hours based on earlier accomplishment on record and through a standard test and viva. The courses that qualified for waiver are 1. ENG 101 Basic English Composition [4], 2. MAT 107 Mathematics [4], 3. PHY 109 General Physics [3], 4. PHY 110 Physics Lab [1], 5. CHM 115 General Chemistry [3], 6. CHM 116 Chemistry Lab [1], 7. CSC 103 Fundamentals of Computer and Applications [3], and 8. CSC 104 Computer Applications Lab [1]. Such waived courses will be treated as “EXEMPTED COURES” in the final Transcript.
  • Such diploma holders may also have class waiver for twelve credit hours involving 1. EEN 183 Circuit Analysis I [3], 2. EEN 184 Circuit Analysis I Lab [1], 3. EEN 265 Electronic Analysis and Designs I [3], 4. EEN 266 Electronics I Lab [1], 5. MEC 120 Mechanical Engineering and Drawing I [1] and 6. MAT 147 Applied Calculus [3]. Registration in these courses and appearing in all examinations are required but the students may have the option of not attending the classes. All these courses will be treated as “REGULAR COURES” with grades obtained recorded in the final Transcript.

In the light of the above, entry level qualification and background of an applicant as well as his/her competence, the course requirements for the concerned student in the BSEEE program will be customized.

DESCRIPTION OF COURSES

Description of electrical engineering courses are given below, while the descriptions of the courses of other areas can be found under respective colleges.

EEN 183 CIRCUIT ANALYSIS I [3]

MAT 147. A study of DC circuits, laws and theorems. Volt-ampere characteristics for circuit elements; independent and dependent sources; Kirchhoff’s laws and circuit equations. Source transformations; Thevenin’s and Norton’s theorems; superposition. Introduction to transient response of RC, RL, and RLC circuits; sinusoidal steady-state and impedance, instantaneous and average power.  Magnetic circuits. An introduction to DC and AC motors and transformers.

EEN 184 CIRCUIT I LAB [1]

Experiments based on the topics covered in EEN 183.

EEN 225 CIRCUIT ANALYSIS II [3]

Alternating current:  AC quantities, sinusoidal waveforms, phasors.  AC circuit analysis: RC, RL, RLC series and parallel circuits;  power and power factors;  network theorems;  dependent sources;  resonance and Q-factors;  polyphone systems- balanced and unbalanced;  coupled circuits.  Introduction to filters.

EEN 226 CIRCUIT II LAB [1]
Laboratory works based on the topics covered in EEN 225.
EEN 257 ELECTRICAL MACHINES I [3]

Topics include Transformer – principle, construction, cooling, vector diagrams and voltage regulation, equivalent circuits, performance and testing, special transformers usage and harmonics in polyphase transformers. DC Generator – principles, construction, classification, armature winding, voltage build up, armature reactions and commutation. performance and testing. DC Motor – operation, types, speed-torque characteristics, methods of speed control. Induction Motor – principle of operation, constructional details, equivalent circuits, speed-torque relation, losses and efficiency, circle diagram. Induction Generator.

EEN 258 ELECTRICAL MACHINES I PRACTICE [1]
Laboratory experiments based on EEN 257.
EEN 265 ELECTRONIC ANALYSIS AND Design I [3]

Introduction to semiconductors: p- and n-type semiconductors, p-n junctions under forward and reverse biases. Diodes: load lines, graphical analysis of diode circuits, equivalent circuits and frequency response. Diode applications: half- and full-wave rectifier circuits. Characteristics of different types of diodes: Zener, tunnel, Schottky and photo diodes.

Bipolar Junction Transistors (BJTs): principle of operation, I-V characteristics, transistor circuit configurations (CE, CB, CC). BJT biasing and thermal stabilization. Load life analysis. BJT at low frequencies: hybrid model, h-parameters, small-signal analysis of BJT amplifiers, high input impedance circuits. BJTs at high frequencies: hybrid pi-model, CE short circuit current gain, current gain with resistive load, Low and high frequency response of CE single-stage and RC coupled amplifiers. Distortion in amplifiers.

EEN 266 ELECTRONICS I LAB [1]
Laboratory experiments based on EEN 265.
EEN 275 ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC FIELDS [3]

MAT 237. Electrostatics: Coulomb’s law, force, electric field intensity, electrical flux density.  Gauss’s theorem with applications, electrostatic potential, boundary conditions, method of images, Laplace’s and Poission’s equations, capacitance and energy of an electrostatic system.

Magnetostatics: Concept of magnetic field. Ampere’s law, Biot-Savart law, vector magnetic potential, energy of magnetostaitc system, mechanical forces and torques in electric and magnetic fields.  Solutions to static field problems.

Maxwell’s equations for time-varying fields: concepts of displacement current, Poynting theorem, boundary conditions, potentials used with time-varying charges and currents retarded potentials.

Relation between circuit theory and field theory.  Concept of good and perfect conductors and dielectrics, skin effect, depth of penetration, internal impedance and power loss.

Plane wave propagation and reflection of electromagnetic waves, polarization, normal and oblique incidence.

EEN 287 ELECTRICAL MACHINES II [3]

EEN 257. Topics include Synchronous Generators: general outline; salient pole and non-salient pole. Armature and field cores. Winding insulation, cooling. Air gap flux and voltage expressions, armature winding, alternator regulation, determination of machine parameters from tests, vector diagrams, armature reaction, direct-and quadrature-axis reactance, losses and efficiency. Blondel’s two reaction analysis, transient conditions in alternators, interconnected system of alternators, conditions, methods and problems of parallel operation and load sharing of alternators. Synchronous motors: general constructional features, theory of operation, motor terminal characteristics, mathematical analysis, vector diagrams, V-curves, motor tests, losses, efficiency and starting.

EEN 288 ELECTRICAL MACHINES II PRACTICE [1]
Laboratory experiments based on EEN 287.
EEN 303 LINEAR CIRCUITS AND SYSTEMS [3]

MAT 219. Characteristics of linear systems, Differences between linear and nonlinear electrical circuits, Methods of transient and steady state solutions of differential and integro-differential equations, Node analysis, Analysis by Fourier Transformation, Laplace Transformation and its applications to linear circuits, Taylor series application to electrical circuits, Analogous systems, Unit step function, Impulse function, convolutions integral and their applications, Introduction to discrete signal processing−Z transform.

EEN 315 ELECTRONIC ANALYSIS AND DESIGN II [3]

EEN 265 Field effect transistors (FETs) – principles of operation and characteristic equations of JFET, MOSEET-depletion and enhancement types, n- and p-channel MOSFETs. Biasing arrangements of FETs. Low and high frequency model of FETs. Use of FET as voltage controlled switches and resistors.

Introduction to operational amplifiers (OP AMPs). Basic linear and nonlinear applications. Frequency response, bandwidth and other practical limitations of OP AMPs. Compensation techniques.

Feedback concept. Improvement of amplifier characteristics by negative feedback. Classification, general analysis and examples of negative feedback amplifiers. Sinusoidal oscillators, amplitude stabilization.

EEN 316  ELECTRONICS II LAB [1]
Laboratory experiments based on EEN 315.
EEN 329  DIGITAL LOGIC DESIGN [3]

EEN 315 The course deals with digital logic design with an emphasis on practical design techniques and circuit implementations. Topics include Boolean algebra; theory of logic functions; mapping techniques and function minimization; logic equivalent circuits and symbol transformations; TTL/MOS logic gate implementations, electrical characteristics, and propagation delay; signed number notations and arithmetic; binary and decimal arithmetic logic circuits; theory of sequential circuits; timing diagrams; analysis and synthesis of RS, D, T, and JK-based sequential circuits; clock generation circuits; Mealy and Moore models of sequential circuits; register design; top-down, bottom-up structured system design procedure.

EEN 330 DIGITAL LOGIC LAB [1]

A series of logic circuit experiments using TTL integrated circuits designed to reinforce material presented in EEN 329.

EEN 331  MEASUREMENT AND INSTRUMENTATION [3]

EEN 225 Measuring Instruments: PMMC, moving iron, electrodynamometer and electrostatic. Ammeters.  Voltmeters.  Extension of instrument range.  Current and potential transformers.  Measurement of power and energy: induction and electrodynamometer, induction type watt-hour, maximum demand indicator. Power factor meter.

Measurement of resistance: Wheatstone bridge, Kelvin bridge, Voltmeter-ammeter method, Megohmmeter, Measurement of capacitance and inductance: Maxwell, Hay, Schering bridges.  Measurement of conductivity of bulk material. Localization of cable faults: Murrya and Varley loop test, capacitance test methods.

Transducers: strain gauges, thermocouple, resistive transducer, capacitive, inductive, linear variable differential transformer, piezoelectric, optical. Selection of transducer, application of transducers for measuring temperature, pressure, flow, level and strain.  Signal conditioning: block diagram of DC and AC signal conditioning systems, data acquisition and conversion system, instrumentation amplifier.  Introduction to telemetering system.

Electronic measuring instruments: Operating principle of digital voltmeter, balanced bridge voltmeter, DMM, Q meter.  Frequency and phase measurement.  Oscilloscope.

Error in measurement and their statistical analysis: types of error, statistical treatment of measurement data, probability of errors and Gaussian error curve, limiting errors.

EEN 332  MEASUREMENT AND INSTRUMENTATION LAB [1]
Laboratory experiments based on the topics covered in EEN 331.
EEN 345 ELECTRONIC ANALYSIS AND DESIGN III [3]

EEN 315 Waveform generation using discrete devices, OP AMPs and other linear Ics. Astable and monostable multivibrators, Schmitt trigger. Pulse generators. Duty cycle modulation. Voltage controlled oscillators (VCOs) and voltage-frequency converters.

Active filter-RC. Negative impedance converters. Untuned Power amplifiers – class A, class B, class AB, push pull circuits. Tuned voltage (RF, IF) and power amplifiers (class C).

Characteristics and elementary applications of optoelectronic devices – photoconductors, photodiodes, solar cells, LEDs, phototransistors, opto-couplers, etc. Amplitude and frequency modulation and demodulation.

EEN 346 ELECTRONIC III LAB [1]
Laboratory experiments based on EEN 346.
EEN 361 POWER TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION [3]

EEN-225 The course deals with various elements of power transmission and distribution. Aspects dealt with include inductance of single & 3 phase lines, capacitance of two wires & 3 phase lines, transmission lines, transformers, line alternative, line protection and all the related design, development and maintenance issues.

The topics include: classification of transmission and distribution voltage levels and consumers.  Transmission line – conductor types, insulators and potential distribution, sag and loading, lightning and ground wire, corona and its redaction.  Transmission line resistance (DC and effective), calculation of inductance and capacitance – composite, bundled conductors and parallel circuit line, effect of earth in capacitance calculation.  Equivalent circuits of short, medium and long line,  SIL and Ferranti effect. Maximum receiving end power.  Power, voltage and power factor control: tap changing transformers, phase shifting. Booster and regulating transformers, shunt capacitor, synchronous condenser, static VAR compensators (SVC).  Insulated cables: comparison with overhead line, solid dielectric, crossed polyethylene (XPLE), oil and gas filled. Distribution systems: radial, ring mains and interconnected. Layout of a typical substations and familiarization with its protective devices.  Introduction to harmonic generating utility and consumer devices, effects, total harmonic distortion (THD), harmonic reduction.  High voltage DC transmission.

EEN 373 MICROPROCESSOR SYSTEMS AND INTERFACING [3]

EEN 329. An introduction to basic computer organization, microprocessor instruction sets, assembly language programming, the design of various types of digital as well as analog interface, and microprocessor system design considerations. Topics include design and implementation of a simple 3-bus computer; a detail study of a particular microcomputer architecture and instruction set; system control signals and I/O structure; memory system design; I/O port design and handshaking protocols; interrupt control systems; LSI parallel and serial interfaces; analog data and control interfaces.

EEN 374  MICROPROCESSOR INTERFACING LAB [1]
Laboratory works based on topics covered in EEN 373.
EEN 405 INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS [3]

Introduction to power electronics, Power MOSFETs, IGBTs, SITs, MCTs, SiC diodes, SBDs, SCRs and GTOs, Power rectifiers, DC-DC converters –Non Isolated and Isolated types, SMPS, Single phase and Three phase inverters, Cyclo-converters, Uninterruptable power supplies, Resonant converters, Soft-switching converters, Gate driver circuits, Protection of devices and circuits, Motor control and Adjustable speed drives, Power Electronics Applications−Electronic ballast, Power factor correction circuits, PLC, FACTS, Di-electric heating and Induction heating, Resistance welding, and Electric vehicle.

EEN 406 INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS PRACTICE [1]
Laboratory works based on the topics covered in EEN 405.
EEN 407  FEEDBACK SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN [3]

EEN 303. Classical concepts of feedback system analysis and associated compensation techniques are presented. In particular, the root locus, Bode diagram, and Nyquist criterion are used as determinants of stability. P, I, D, P+I, P+D, PID control. Use of concepts and techniques in real life systems, in particular, electrical and mechanical engineering systems.

EEN 408  FEEDBACK SYSTEM  LAB [1]
Practice based on the topics covered in EEN 407.
EEN 431 TRANSMISSION OF INFORMATION [3]

EEN 345 Applications of the principles of signal analysis to amplitude, phase, and frequency modulation systems. Behavior of receivers in the presence of noise. Pulse code modulation and multiplex systems. Radio wave propagation. Introduction to telephony, different types of switches. Emphasis on engineering applications of theory to communication system design.

EEN 432  COMMUNICATIONS LAB [1]

Experiments are related to modulation and detection, AM, FM, PWM, time-division multiplexing and noise analysis.

EEN 453  POWER SYSTEM  ANALYSIS [3]

EEN 361 Power network representations. per-unit system of calculations, reactance of a synchronous generator and its equivalent circuits, voltage characteristics of load, power and reactive power flow in simple systems, load flow studies of large systems using the Gauss-Seidel methods. Control of voltage, power and reactive power, use of network analyses and digital computers, symmetrical fault calculations, limitation of short-circuit currents using regulators. Symmetrical components positive, negative and zero sequence networks of generators, transformers and lines, sequence network of systems, unsymmetrical fault calculations. Power system stability involving two-machine systems, swing equation, Equal area criterion of stability and its applications, solution of swing equation factors affecting transient stability.

EEN 454 POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS PRACTICES [1]
Laboratory experiments based on EEN 453.
EEN 455 POWER STATIONS [3]

EEN 453 Power plant load curves: Determination of actual demand and capacity of various components in a system. Selection of service requirements, its effect on plant design. Cost consideration. Equations of performance for plant equipment and electric service. Selection of units. Standby units, Number and sizes of units. Considerations for site selection for different types of plants; general considerations for different types of power plants-Big, medium and small, conventional and nuclear.

Selection of ideal supply voltage. Plant performance and operation characteristics. Performance characteristics. Efficiency. Heat rate. Incremental rate method. Station performance    characteristics. Station  incremental   rate. Capacity scheduling. Base load and peak load. Load division steam and hydro stations. Bus systems, Importance of power control. Current limiting reactors. Different types of bus system lay out.

EEN 463  SWITCHGEAR AND PROTECTIVE RELAYS [3]

Circuit breakers; Speed of circuit breakers. Relays Voltage rating (high, medium, lower, low) of circuit breakers. Oil circuit breakers. Circuit breaker operating mechanism and control systems. Arc extinction. Recovery voltage. Devices to aid arc extinction in oil. Maintenance of oil circuit breakers, minimum oil circuit breakers, Air circuit breakers. Air blast circuit breakers, vacuum circuit breakers, SF6 circuit breakers. Ratings of power circuit breakers and selection of circuit breakers. Testing of circuit breakers. Protective Relays problem of high speed relaying of transmission lines. Overcurrent relays. Directional relays. Distance relays. Sequence and negative sequence relays. Ground fault relaying. Pilot relaying principles. Carrier pilot relaying. Apparatus  protection; Circuits and relay setting. Generator motor protection; Transformer protection. Bus protection; Line protection.

EEN 464  SWITCHGEAR AND PROTECTIVE RELAYS PRACTICE [1]
Laboratory experiments based on EEN 463.
EEN 469  HIGH VOLTAGE ENGINEERING [3]

High voltage supplies: AC Cascaded Transformers. Tesla coils: DC Valve rectifier Circuits. Cascaded rectifiers. Electrostatic generators: Van-de-Graff generators, Corona: Power loss calculations. Break down of solid, liquid and gaseous dielectrics. Insulation tests. Standard specifications.

Impulse generators, impulse shapes. Mathematical analysis and design consideration of impulse generators. Triggering of impulse generators. Measurement of high voltages. Transmission line design based on direct strokes, insulation coordination. Lightning arrestors and protector tubes.

EEN 470  HIGH VOLTAGE ENGINEERING PRACTICE [1]
Laboratory experiments based on EEN 469
EEN 471 DIGITAL AND SATELLITE COMMUNICATION  ENGINEERING [3]

Concept of information.  Digital binary modulation schemes: ASK, FSK, PSK, DPSK, QPSK, MSK and their spectral properties.  Coherent and non-coherent detection, correlation and matched filter receivers, phase-locked loop (PLL) system.

Satellite communication systems: communication satellite subsystems, earth station, satellite link analysis, different types of multiple access techniques – TDMA, FDMA and CDMA.

Introduction to: ISDN. B-ISDN, LAN, MAN, WAN and Multimedia communication.

EEN 472  DIGITAL AND SATELLITE COMMUNICATION LAB [1]
Laboratory experiments based on the topics covered in EEN 471.
EEN 479  MICROWAVE ENGINEERING [3]

VHF, UHF and microwave frequency ranges.

Transmission line, Smith chart, impedance transformation and matching.  Waveguides: parallel place, rectangular, co-axial. Waveguide components, cavities and resonators.

Microwave tubes: transit time and velocity modulation, Klystron, multicavity klystron, reflex klystron, oscillator, Magnetron, TWT.  Backward wave oscillators (BWO).  Introduction to solid state microwave devices.  Radiation:  dipole and its analysis, radiation pattern, description of different types of antennas.  Introduction to antenna arrays and their design.

EEN 480  MICROWAVE ENGINEERING LAB [1]
Laboratory experiments based on the topics covered in EEN 479.
EEN 490  PRACTICUM [9]

This is designed for real life experience through internship for a semester in a relevant organization for BSEEE students. An internship project report is required. The report is examined and graded. There is also a comprehensive oral examination.