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Undergraduate Program

Currently the EEE department offers B.Sc. degree in the following two areas: 1. Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE)
2. Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering (ETE) 
 
Bachelor of Science in
Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE)
 
Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Electronic Engineering involves primarily the study of a number of core courses as well as some courses from a number of specialized areas. Core courses build the foundation of Electrical and Electronic Engineering. UIU has set forth four areas of specialization, namely, Electronics, Communication, Computer and Power. Students should take at least three courses from a specializing area in order to make that area his/ her major concentration. Students should also take courses from areas other than their chosen major area of concentration to ensure that their knowledge is not confined to a particular major area of concentration. To understand the underpinning theory of the courses of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, a number of courses on Mathematics and basic science, e.g., Physics, Chemistry, etc., have been felt mandatory to include in the syllabus. In addition, social science, management, accounting, economics and communication skills development related courses have been incorporated to make the syllabus a balance one and reasonably complete.
 
DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
 
Each student has to fulfill the following requirements for the completion of the B.Sc. in EEE:
(a) Completion of 143.5 credit hours
(b) Completion of the project with at least a 'C' grade
(c) Passing of all courses individually and maintaining a minimum CGPA of 2.25
   
Bachelor of Science in
Electronic  and Telecommunication Engineering (ETE)

Rapid development in the fields of electronics and communication over the last decade has made Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering an emerging field of specialization. Bachelor of Science in Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering primarily involves the study of a number of core courses as well as significant number of courses from specialized areas which every electronic and telecommunication engineer should know. Although this program is a specialized one, still there is a scope of optional courses in the final year for the students to choose other subjects of further interest. Core courses build the foundation whereas specialized courses prepare the students for the specific areas of electronic and communication. To understand the underpinning theory of the courses of electronic and Telecommunication Engineering, a number of courses of Mathematics and basic science, e.g. Physics, Chemistry etc. have been felt mandatory to include in the syllabus. In addition social science, management, accounting, economics and communication-skills development related courses have been incorporated to make the syllabus balanced and reasonably complete one. The objective of the undergraduate program in Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering is to develop skilled and competent graduates to meet the current and future needs at home and abroad. After the completion of the telecommunication, semiconductor processing, circuit design etc. and can also pursue higher studies to involve in the state-of-the-art research.
 
DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
  
The requirements for the B.Sc. in ETE are:
(a) Completion of 140.5 credit hours
(b) Completion of the the project with at least a 'C' grade
(c) Passing of all courses individually and maintaining a minimum CGPA of 2.25

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