BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

Program Title: BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

 

Program Duration: 4 years (8 Semesters)

 

 

 

 

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

The Program Educational Objectives of Electrical Engineering are:

 

PEO-1: Leading their professional development to address societal and economical challenges.

PEO-2: Enhancing research and innovation to enable them to provide industrial solutions for engineering problems.

PEO-3: Have strong competence in the field of Electrical Engineering resulting in continuing education and successful careers.

PEO-4: Practice ethics social responsibility, teamwork, and leadership in their professional career.

 

PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES (PLOs)

On successful completion of degree, the students of department of electrical engineering are able to demonstrate 12 graduate attributes (GAs) as PLOs.

 

1. Engineering Knowledge

2. Problem Analysis

3. Design/Development of Solutions

4. Investigation

5. Modern Tool Usage

6. The Engineer and Society

7. Environment and Sustainability

8. Ethics

9. Individual and Team Work

10. Communication

11. Project Management

12. Lifelong Learning

 

CAREER PROSPECTS

Electrical engineering is a practical discipline with a wide range of applications and diverse career opportunities. These ranges from basic circuit theory to the management skills required for a project manager. With the fourth industrial revolution (Industry 4.0) that involves smart devices and increased automation, electrical engineers are going to be in high demand. From solar-energy systems to mobile phones, electrical engineers innovate to meet society’s communication, technology and energy needs. Our graduates are expected to work on a variety of projects with research and development, artificial intelligence, machine learning, robotics, communication systems, nanotechnology, control systems, instrumentation, microelectronics, electric power networks and many more through problem-solving techniques.

 

LIST OF LABORATORIES

  • Electronics Lab
  • Digital Logic Design Lab
  • Circuit Lab
  • AC Machines Lab
  • DC Machines Lab
  • Signal Processing & Communication Lab
  • Control & Instrumentation Lab
  • R&D and Project Lab
  • Computer Lab

 

 

 

ROAD MAP

Total Semesters 08   Total Credit Hours 136

 

Semester 1

Cr. Hr.

Semester 2

Cr. Hr.

Semester 3

Cr. Hr.

Semester 4

Cr. Hr.

Functional English

2

Differential Equations

3

Complex Variables and Transforms

3

Sociology for Engineers

3

Calculus and Analytical  Geometry

3

Linear Algebra

3

Multivariable Calculus

3

Electrical Network Analysis

3

Linear Circuit Analysis

3

Pakistan Studies

2

Communication Skills

2

Electrical Network Analysis Lab

1

Linear Circuit Analysis Lab

1

Programming Fundamentals

3

Digital Logic Design

3

Introduction to Embedded Systems

3

Introduction to Computing

1

Programming Fundamentals Lab

1

Digital Logic Design Lab

1

Introduction to Embedded Systems Lab

1

Introduction to Computing Lab

1

Electronic Devices and Circuits

3

Data Structures and Algorithms

3

Probability methods in Engineering

3

Islamic Studies

2

Electronic Devices and Circuits Lab

1

Data Structures and Algorithms Lab

1

Signals and Systems

3

Applied Physics

3

Computer Aided Drawing Lab

1

Community Services

1 (NC)

Signals and Systems Lab

1

Applied Physics Lab

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

Workshop Practice

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

Semester 5

Cr. Hr.

Semester 6

Cr. Hr.

Semester 7

Cr. Hr.

Semester 8

Cr. Hr.

Electrical Machines

3

Technical Report Writing

3

Depth Elective I

3

Depth Elective III

3

Electrical Machines Lab

1

Professional Ethics

3

Depth Elective I Lab

1

Depth Elective III Lab

1

Electromagnetic Field Theory

3

Breadth Core I

3

Depth Elective II

3

Depth Elective IV

3

Communication Systems

3

Breadth Core I Lab

1

Depth Elective II Lab

1

Depth Elective IV Lab

1

Communication Systems Lab

1

Breadth Core II

3

Entrepreneurship

3

Depth Elective V

3

Linear Control Systems

3

Breadth Core II Lab

1

Applied Thermodynamics

3

Final Year Design Project II

3

Linear Control Systems Lab

1

Engineering Economic & Management

3

Final Year Design Project I

3

Health Safety and Environment

1

Basic Mechanical Engineering

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

Basic Mechanical Engineering Lab

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note: Supervised internship of at least 6 – 8 weeks is mandatory part of degree requirements. NC: Non-credit

 

 

 

List of Electives

·        Power system Analysis (Breadth Core-I Power)

·        Power system Analysis Lab (Breadth Core-I Power)

·        Computer Communication Networks (Breadth Core-I Electronics & Communication)

·        Computer Communication Networks Lab (Breadth Core-I Electronics & Communication)

·        Power distribution and Utilization (Breadth Core-II Power)

·        Power distribution and Utilization Lab (Breadth Core-II Power)

·        Electronic Circuit Design (Breadth Core-I Electronics & Communication)

·        Electronic Circuit Design Lab (Breadth Core-I Electronics & Communication)

·        Instrumentation and Measurements

·        Instrumentation and Measurements Lab

·        Power Electronics

·        Power Electronics Lab

·        Advanced Electrical Machines

·        Advanced Electrical Machines Lab

·        Electrical Power Transmission

·        Electrical Power Transmission Lab

·        Power System Protection

·        Power System Protection Lab

·        Digital Signal Processing

·        Digital Signal Processing Lab

·        Digital System Design

·        Digital System Design Lab

·        Digital Communication

·        Digital Communication Lab

·        Wireless and Mobile Communications

·        Wireless and Mobile Communications Lab

·        Industrial Electronics

·        Industrial Electronics Lab

·        Integrated Electronic Circuits

·        Integrated Electronic Circuits Lab

·        Digital Image Processing

·        Digital Image Processing Lab

·        Power System Operation and Control

·        Control of AC and DC Drives

·        Power Generation

·        Renewable Energy Systems

·        Medical Electronics

·        Information Theory and Coding

·        Satellite Communication

·        Data Communication