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ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE IN ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

Introduction

The Bachelor of Science in Electrical & Electronics Engineering program provides students with the knowledge, skills and necessary training for designing electrical/electronics systems. The program covers topics on semiconductors, electronic devices, circuit principles, programming and feedback control systems. The program requires learners to complete a minimum of 139 credit hours. Learners must satisfy the General Education requirements by completing 42 credits hours of college-level course work that includes social science courses to help them develop the critical thinking skills necessary to fill responsible engineering and management positions. The remaining 97 credit hour are earned from the core, university orientation and concentration courses. A full-time student will take an average of one and a half month to complete 3 credits. Graduates of this course will find employment as engineers in various industries including manufacturing, telecommunication, electronics and electrical.

Learner’s can begin their course of study when they are ready and within defined parameters progress at your own pace. Learners may take more than one course at a time, however it is recommend that you do not, at least until you become entirely comfortable with your study system. The distance learning element of the program guarantees that learning takes place without any sort of disruption to learner careers.

Program Learning Outcome

Upon graduation, learners are expected to demonstrate the following skill set; 

  • creative thinking skills and sound knowledge in the field of electronics engineering;
  • demonstrate basic understanding of electronic circuits from both the design and troubleshooting aspects;
  • able to demonstrate an understanding in DC circuits that includes methods employed to analyze current, voltage and power consumption;
  • able to demonstrate an understanding of the theoretical bases of static’s and strength of materials and an ability to apply these theories to the analysis of statically determinate and indeterminate structures;
  • able to understand the factors involved in a rigid body motion, dynamic forces, energy and power, and its application in electrical machines;
  • demonstrate proficiency in management skills, technology management and programming;
  • develop design expertise in electronics, computer systems and interfacing;
  • ability to solve challenging engineering problems in electronic and digital circuitry;
  • able to demonstrate and ability to design a project, analyze and troubleshoot and rectify projects independently;
  • ability to design and conduct experiments for digital or electronic circuits using EWB simulation, as well as to analyze and interpret data;
  • able to demonstrate the importance of control feedback circuitry and define the various DC and AC motors that is used in electrical machinery;
  • able to demonstrate an understanding of the semiconductor material structure, process and design methods used to build semiconductor devices;
  • able to demonstrate a strong understanding of DC/AC circuit analysis, analog and digital electronics and microprocessor fundamentals to the design, testing, production or maintenance of electronic device or equipment and their associated components;
  • demonstrate the conceptual foundations in electronic communication and its application.

Admission Requirements

Entry Qualification an Associate Degree or its equivalent.

Degree Requirements

  • Successful completion of 139 credits hours;
  • Student must satisfy a minimum of 70 credit  hours with PUT;
  • Maintain a 2.0 grade point average

Curriculum

General Education 42 Credit Hours  
BS Electrical & Electronics Engineering - Core Courses    
ORI1101   Orientation 1 Credit Hours  
IT1101   Computer Essentials 3 Credit Hours  
MA1201   Calculus II 3 Credit Hours  
IT2102   C Programming 3 Credit Hours  
MA2101   Linear Algebra 3 Credit Hours  
ASEE1101   Modern Physics 3 Credit Hours  
MA2102   Calculus III 3 Credit Hours  
ASEE1102   College Chemistry I 3 Credit Hours  
ASEE1103   Engineering Materials 3 Credit Hours  
MA2103   Applied Differential Equations 3 Credit Hours  
ASEE1104   Circuit Analysis I 3 Credit Hours  
ASEE1105   Electronic Circuit I 3 Credit Hours  
ASEE1106   Electrical Circuits Lab 3 Credit Hours  
BSEE3201   Electronic Circuit II 3 Credit Hours  
BSBA3101   Principles of Management 3 Credit Hours  
BSEE3102   Digital Electronics I 3 Credit Hours  
BSEE3202   Circuit Analysis II 3 Credit Hours  
BSEE3103   Solid State Electronic Devices 3 Credit Hours  
BSEE3204   Digital Electronics II 3 Credit Hours  
BSEE3205   Circuit Analysis III 3 Credit Hours  
BSEE3106   Electronics Circuit Lab 3 Credit Hours  
BSEE3107   Control Theory and Systems 3 Credit Hours  
BSEE3108   Communications Systems I 3 Credit Hours  
BSEE3109   Electrical Machine 3 Credit Hours  
BSEE3111   Digital Circuit Lab 3 Credit Hours  

BS Electrical & Electronics Engineering - Elective Courses - Complete a minimum of 12 credit hours

 
IT3231   Visual Basic 2005 Programming 3 Credit Hours  
BSEE4311   Signal and Systems 3 Credit Hours  
BSEE3112   Fundamentals of Microprocessor 3 Credit Hours  
BSEE4313   Network Analysis 3 Credit Hours  
BSEE4314   Advanced Feedback Control System 3 Credit Hours  
BSEE3115   Design Project 6 Credit Hours  
BSEE4315   Electromechanical Devices 3 Credit Hours  
BSEE4107   Introduction to VLSI Design 3 Credit Hours  
BSEE4111   Microcontrollers 3 Credit Hours  
      3 Credit Hours  
    Total Credit Hours 139 Credit Hours  

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