To be able to cope with technological advances and complexities of industrial systems, graduates need to understand electrical, electronics and automation engineering along with good communication skills, health and safety issues.

Graduates can acquire and maintain a wide range of engineering products and processes. It aims to meet the increasing demand for technicians with cross-disciplinary skills, particularly in the field of control systems, electrical machines, networks, power systems and instrumentation.

BEng (Hons) Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Faculty of Sustainable Development and Engineering

BEng (Hons) Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Course Overview

To be able to cope with technological advances and complexities of industrial systems, graduates need to understand electrical, electronics and automation engineering along with good communication skills, health and safety issues.

Graduates can acquire and maintain a wide range of engineering products and processes. It aims to meet the increasing demand for technicians with cross-disciplinary skills, particularly in the field of control systems, electrical machines, networks, power systems and instrumentation.

Career Prospects

The activities of BEng graduates depend largely on the type of firm they work in. In a larger firm, they tend to be more specialized while in a smaller one more varied tasks are demanded of them, also a feature of a research laboratory. Their work in sectors of the technology labour market is undertaken in educational settings, development, industry, and manufacturing, maintenance, quality assurance, and services, even in trade.
Electronics engineer, electrical engineer, automation engineer or maintenance engineer are traditional job categories, which cover a large range of more specific job titles such as research manager, test manager, manufacturing team manager, maintenance coordinator, developer, planner, production/design engineering, automation electronics specialist, process specialist, industrial computing, etc.

Teaching Methods

Practical and experimental skills are developed through project work and laboratory exercises. Design skills are developed through course work exercises supported by the use of the relevant computational packages. Practical skills are tested and assessed throughout the programme using a combination of coursework assignments, design studies, laboratory logbooks and project reports and/or papers.

Entry
Requirements

In order to match the diversity of applicants, several avenues are offered.
(i) The eight semester full-time program
HSC or equivalent with at least 2 ‘A Levels’ that include Maths and a science subject. Other equivalent qualifications are: BT (Brevet de Technicien), Baccalauréat Scientifique etc.
The admission is decided by a jury, in charge of examining their application, interviews and exams.

Course Structure

Semestre 1

  • English
  • Communication skills
  • Fundamentals of Algebra and Trigonometry
  • Fundamental of analytical Mathematics
  • Mechanics – Electromagnetism
  • Basic functions and components of electronics
  • Research and implementation
  • Inductors and transformers
  • Linear circuits and components
  • Control and command of industrial systems
  • Analysis and synthesis of logical systems
  • Algorithms, Programming

Semestre 2

  • General and professional English communication
  • Research and documentation
  • Human, economic and social science
  • Professional project
  • Integral calculus and differential equations
  • Elements of applied mathematics
  • Optoelectronics / Thermal Physics
  • Sensors / EMC
  • Fundamental functions of electronics
  • Information processing and transmission
  • Research and implementation
  • DC machines and rectification
  • Converters
  • Architecture of processing systems

Semestre 3

  • General and professional English communication
  • Communication skills
  • Research and implementation
  • Professional project
  • Mathematical tools for Fourier analysis
  • Mathematical tools for discrete signals
  • AC machines
  • Electrical distribution
  • Distribution and security
  • Second order systems, filters
  • Networks
  • Process supervision and control
  • Control systems, Regulation
  • Data base

Semestre 4

  • Analytical Mathematics
  • Linear algebra and applications
  • Probability and Inferential Statistics
  • Semiconductor
  • Analog Telecommunications
  • Digital Telecommunications
  • Modeling and control of linear digital systems
  • Corrections of continuous linear and digital systems
  • End of second year Project
  • Industrial internship (6 weeks minimum)

Semestre 5

  • Mathematical Tool for Signal Processing
  • Power Systems
  • Written and oral skills
  • Introduction to Finance
  • Engineering Management
  • Introduction to wave propagation
  • Wave propagation
  • Data Acquisition
  • Power electronics

Semestre 6

  • Securing Enterprise Network
  • Renewable Energies
  • SCADA
  • Personal Project
  • End of third year Project
  • Industrial internship (10 weeks minimum)

Semestre 7

  • Maths for electrical engineer
  • Electromagnetic Field and Waves and Antenna Theory
  • Wireless and mobile communication
  • Power System
  • Control systems
  • Research and implementation

Semestre 8

  • Communications Systems
  • Overvoltages and Insulation
  • Fieldbus Networks and Industrial Ethernet
  • End of fourth year Project
  • Industrial internship (10 weeks minimum)

Mode & Fees

Mode: Full Time (4 years)
Part time-top up (2 yrs)
Fees:
Full Time: Rs 5,500 per year
Part Time top up: Rs 30,000 per semester
Delivery Plan & Intake:
The course is run over 8 semesters (four academic years) on a full time basis and 6 semesters (2 academic years) on a part time basis top up).

How
to Apply

In addition to a completed application form:
– A letter of motivation
– Academic Results
– Copy of your CV detailing your work history if any

Location

Available at Rose Hill Campus

Any further inquiries?

Please contact on the following email: [email protected]