Bachelor of Science in Electrical & Electronic Engineering

(Course Outline)

The Department of Electrical Engineering offers Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. Electronic plays a vital and in fact, indispensable role in all fields of modem human activities. Consequently, Electrical and Electronic Engineering has established itself as one of the most important branches of engineering. The technical aspects of this branch of engineering are often categorized by terms such as power systems, power electronics, control systems, telecommunication, electronic circuits, solid state devices and computer engineering, with increasing importance of computers, the Department of Computer Science and Engineering has been opened as a separate department, but all the students of Electrical and Electronic Engineering are requested to have a balanced knowledge of digital electronics, computers, micro-processors and programming. The new generation of electrical engineers is encouraged to undertaken research and development activities in the above areas and this department is committed to the study and analysis of fundamental as well as applied problems. Problems of national importance have consequently received great emphasis in the activities of this department. Problems in the fields of electric power generation. Transmission and distribution, high voltage transients, power system stability, economic operation of power systems, system planning, design. Throughout the study programs, considerable emphasis is placed on the development of systematic procedure for analysis and design, and on the responsible use of technology.

Electrical and Electronic engineering encompasses a wide range of disciplines linked by a common thread: the use and control of electric, electronic, or electromagnetic energy. Electrical engineers are responsible for numerous areas of technology, including television, radio, and telephony; electronic appliances and entertainment systems; medical imaging; computers; radars; robotics; remote sensing; fiber-optic and photonic networks; semiconductor devices; and integrated circuits. The electrical engineering program prepares students for careers related to these critical areas of technology, and seeks to produce graduates who have:

1.a strong foundation in electrical engineering with an appropriate balance between theory and application
2.a wide repertoire of techniques and skills for the effective practice of modern electrical engineering
3.an integrated view of the sub-fields of electrical engineering
4.a broad education and ethical awareness to serve as responsible professionals
5.an ability to expand their knowledge to adapt to changes in technology etc
Duration of the Program:
The duration of the program is 4 (four) academic years.
Total Credit Hours Requirement:
Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Electronic Engineering program consists of 59 courses having 157.0 credit hours with project and thesis.
Program Structure:
Graduation:

SL Course Code Course Title Cr.Hr. Prerequisite
1 ACC 279 Financial & Managerial Accounting 3
2 BUS 217 Professional Ethics 3
3 BUS 227 Financial and Managerial Accounting 3
4 BUS 317 Industrial Management 3
5 CE 130 Engineering Drawing 1.5
6 CHM 133 Chemistry 3
7 CSE 125 Computer Programming Language 3
8 CSE 126 Computer Programming Language Sessional 1.5
9 ECO 237 Fundamentals of Economics 3
10 EEE 105 Electrical Circuits I 3
11 EEE 107 Electrical Circuits II 3
12 EEE 110 Electrical Circuits II Laboratory 1.5
13 EEE 111 Electrical Circuits I 3
14 EEE 121 Electrical Circuits II 3 EEE 111
15 EEE 122 Electrical Circuits Laboratory 1.5
16 EEE 210 Numerical Techniques Laboratory 1.5
17 EEE 211 Electronics I 3
18 EEE 212 Numerical Laboratory 1.5
19 EEE 221 Energy Conversion I 3 EEE 121
20 EEE 223 Electronics II 3 EEE 211
21 EEE 224 Electronics Laboratory 1.5
22 EEE 231 Energy Conversion II 3 EEE 221
23 EEE 232 Energy Conversion Laboratory 1.5
24 EEE 233 Engineering Electromagnetic 3 MAT 125
25 EEE 235 Continuous Signals and Linear Systems 3 EEE 121
26 EEE 301 Measurement and Instrumentation 3
27 EEE 311 Measurement and Instrumentation 3
28 EEE 313 Digital Electronics 3 EEE 223
29 EEE 314 Digital Electronics Laboratory 1.5
30 EEE 315 Electrical Properties of Materials 3 EEE 233
31 EEE 320 Electrical Services Design 1.5
32 EEE 321 Power System I 3
33 EEE 322 Power System I Laboratory 1.5
34 EEE 323 Communication Theory 3 EEE 235
35 EEE 324 Communication Laboratory 1.5
36 EEE 325 Digital Signal Processing I 3 EEE 235
37 EEE 331 Microprocessor and Interfacing 3
38 EEE 332 Microprocessor and Interfacing Laboratory 1.5
39 EEE 333 Control System 3 EEE 235
40 EEE 334 Control System Laboratory 1.5
41 EEE 335 Solid State Devices 3 EEE 223
42 EEE 400 Thesis 4.5
43 EEE 411 Digital Signal Processing 2 3
44 EEE 413 Microwave Engineering 3
45 EEE 414 Microwave Engineering Laboratory 1.5
46 EEE 415 Optical Fiber Communication 3
47 EEE 417 Digital Communication 3
48 EEE 418 Digital Communication Laboratory 1.5
49 EEE 419 Mobile Cellular Communication 3
50 EEE 421 Telecommunication Engineering 3
51 EEE 423 Random Signal and Processes 3
52 EEE 431 Processing & Fabrication Technology 3
53 EEE 433 VLSI I 3
54 EEE 434 VLSI I Laboratory 1.5
55 EEE 435 Compund Semiconductor And Heto-Junction Devices 3
56 EEE 437 VLSI II 3
57 EEE 438 VLSI II Laboratory 1.5
58 EEE 439 Optoelectronics 3
59 EEE 441 Semiconductor Device Theory 3
60 EEE 443 Analog Intergrated Circuits 3
61 EEE 445 Biomedical Electronics 3
62 EEE 451 Energy Conversion III 3
63 EEE 453 Power Electronics 3
64 EEE 454 Power Electronics Laboratory 1.5
65 EEE 455 Power Plant Engineering 3
66 EEE 457 Power System Protection 3
67 EEE 458 Power System Protection Laboratory 1.5
68 EEE 459 Power System Reliability 3
69 EEE 461 Power System Operation & Control 3
70 EEE 463 High Voltage Engineering 3
71 EEE 464 High Voltage Engineering Laboratory 1.5
72 EEE 465 Power System II 3
73 EEE 481 Multimedia Communications 3
74 EEE 487 Computer Networking 3
75 EEE 488 Computer Networking Laboratory 1.5
76 ENG 105 Technical Writing 3
77 ENGL 100 English Fundamentals 3
78 ENGL 101 Composition 3
79 ENGL 102 Public Speaking 3
80 MAT 125 Complex Variable and Vector Analysis 3
81 MAT 215 Linear Algebra 3
82 MAT 225 Probability and Statistics 3
83 MATH 131 Differential and Integral Calculas 3
84 MATH 231 Differential Equations 3
85 MATH 257 Ordinary & Partial Differential Equation 3
86 ME 213 Fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering 3
87 ORE 101 Freshman Orientation 0.5
88 ORE 102 Continuous Orientation 2
89 ORE 103 Professional Orientation 1.5
90 PHY 113 Physics 3
91 PHY 114 Physics Laboratory 1.5
92 SOC 113 Bangladesh Studies 3