Introduction

The Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) in Electronics (EE241) is a 4-year degree programme in Electronics Engineering. In this programme, students will learn about the fundamentals of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, together with a selection of subjects for different majors: Electronics, Instrumentation, Communications and Computer Engineering.

 

Programme Educational Objectives (PEO) for Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) Electronics Engineering.

The Programme Educational Objectives (PEO) of Bachelor of Engineering (Hons)  Electronics Engineering are:

  • PEO1: Demonstrate competency in their professional career and contribute towards engineering profession in related field of electronics engineering practices.
  • PEO2: Engage in multidisciplinary professional field within a global and societal context.
  • PEO3: Engage in professional development through advanced degree, research, consultancy and/or professional studies.

 

Programme Outcomes (PO)

After the completion of the Bachelor of Engineering (Hons)  Electronics Engineering programme, students are expected to know and be able to perform or attain the following:

  • PO1: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals to the solution of complex electronics engineering problems.
  • PO2: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyse complex electronics engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions.
  • PO3: Ability to design solutions for complex electronics engineering problems with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, culture, society, and environment.
  • PO4: Ability to conduct investigation into complex electronics problems using research based knowledge and research methods.
  • PO5: Ability to create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools, including prediction and modelling, involving complex electronics engineering activities.
  • PO6: Ability to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice.
  • PO7: Identify the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development.
  • PO8: Ability to apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice.
  • PO9: Ability to communicate effectively on complex electrical engineering activities and write effective reports including design documentation and presentations.
  • PO10: Function effectively as an individual, and as member or leader in diverse teams and in multi-disciplinary settings.
  • PO11: Recognise the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning.
  • PO12: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of engineering and management principles, and work as a member and leader in a team to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments. 

 

COURSE STRUCTURE

FIRST YEAR- SEMESTER 1

  1. CO-CURICULUM I
  2. CALCULUS II FOR ENGINEERS
  3. CIRCUIT ANALYSIS
  4. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY I
  5. ELECTRICAL PRACTICES
  6. ANALOGUE ELECTRONICS
  7. DIGITAL SYSTEM FUNDAMENTALS

FIRST YEAR- SEMESTER 2

  1. CO-CURRICULUM II
  2. ISLAMIC AND ASIAN CIVILISATION
  3. SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS
  4. ANALOG ELECTRONICS II
  5. COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING FUNDAMENTALS
  6. CIRCUIT ANALYSIS II
  7. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY II

SECOND YEAR- SEMESTER 1

  1. CO-CURRICULUM III
  2. ENGLISH FOR ORAL PRESENTATIONS
  3. CALCULUS III FOR ENGINEERS
  4. COMPUTER PROGRAMMING
  5. POWER ENGINEERING
  6. INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL SYSTEMS
  7. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY III

 

SECOND YEAR- SEMESTER 2

  1. THIRD LANGUAGE I
  2. ETHNIC RELATIONS
  3. INTRODUCTION TO NUMERICAL ANALYSIS
  4. ELECTROMAGNETIC THEORY 
  5. SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES
  6. MICROPROCESOR SYSTEM

 

THIRD YEAR- SEMESTER 1

  1. THIRD LANGUAGE II
  2. STATISTICS FOR  ENGINEERING
  3. DATA STRUCTURES AND ALGORITHM
  4. SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS: ANALYSIS AND APPLICATIONS
  5. APPLIED ELECTRONICS CIRCUITS
  6. ENTRANCE ELECTIVE  

 

THIRD YEAR- SEMESTER 2

  1. THIRD LANGUAGE III
  2. TECHNOPRENEURSHIP
  3. EMBEDDED SYSTEM DESIGN AND INTERFACING
  4. MULTIMEDIA SYSTEMS AND APPLICATIONS
  5. ELECTIVE I
  6. ELECTIVE II

 

FOURTH YEAR- SEMESTER 1

  1. ENGINEER IN SOCIETY
  2. INDUSTRIAL TRAINING
  3. ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING PROJECT I
  4. CORE ELECTIVE
  5. ELECTRONICS SYSTEM DESIGN
  6. ELECTIVE III

 

FOURTH YEAR- SEMESTER 2

  1. ENGLISH FOR JOB APPLICATIONS
  2. ENGLISH EXIT TEST
  3. ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING PROJECT II
  4. INDUSTRIAL TOPICS
  5. ELECTIVE IV
  6. ELECTIVE V

 

ELECTIVES

A)ENTRANCE ELECTIVES

  1. IC DESIGN AND FABRICATION
  2. CONTROL SYSTEMS DESIGN
  3. MICROWAVE ENGINEERING
  4. COMPUTER ORGANIZATION

 

B)ELECTIVE I & II

MICROELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

  1. ANALOG INTEGRATED CIRCUITS
  2. SEMICONDUCTOR MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY
  3. SENSORS AND TRANSDUCERS
  4. AUDIO SYSTEMS

SYSTEM ENGINEERING

  1. PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLER AND AUTOMATION
  2. MODERN CONTROL SYSTEMS
  3. PRACTICAL ROBOTICS
  4. DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING
  5. SPECIAL TOPIC I IN SYSTEM ENGINEERING

COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

  1. DIGITAL COMMUNICATION
  2. DATA COMMUNICATION

COMPUTER ENGINEERING

  1. DATA NETWORK I
  2. OPERATING SYSTEMS

 

C)CORE ELECTIVE 

MICROELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

  1. DIGITAL DESIGN AND COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE

SYSTEM ENGINEERING

  1. COMPUTER ORGANIZATION

COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

  1. COMPUTER ORGANIZATION

COMPUTER ENGINEERING

  1. PARALLEL COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE

 

D)ELECTIVE III

MICROELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

  1. PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEMS
  2. INTEGRATED CIRCUIT TESTING TECHNOLOGY
  3. PHOTONIC DEVICES AND SYSTEM

SYSTEM ENGINEERING

  1. PROCESS CONTROL
  2. QUALITY CONTROL MANAGEMENT

COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

  1. ANTENNAS AND PROPAGATION

COMPUTER ENGINEERING

  1. DATA NETWORK II
  2. MICROCONTROLLER SYSTEM DESIGN

 

E)ELECTIVE IV

MICROELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

  1. S[ECIAL TOPICS IN MICROELECTRONICS
  2. VLSI SYSTEM DESIGN
  3. NANOTECHNOLOGY
  4. AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRONICS
  5. ENGINEERING SYSTEM DESIGN

SYSTEM ENGINEERING

  1. MEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION
  2. ELECTRONICS MANUFACTURING
  3. SPECIAL TOPIC II IN SYSTEM ENGINEERING

COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING (WIRELESS)

  1. SPECIAL TOPIC I IN COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING
  2. MOBILE COMMUNICATION THEORY

COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING (RF)

  1. RADIO FREQUENCY SYSTEM DESIGN
  2. MICROWAVE INGRATED CIRCUIT TECHNOLOGY
  3. SPECIAL TOPIC I IN COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

COMPUTER ENGINEERING

  1. FUZZY LOGIC
  2. DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING

 

F)ELECTIVE V

MICROELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

ANY ELECTIVES FROM A DETERMINED MIXTURE OF SEMESTER AND AREA OF SPECIALIZATION THAT STUDENTS HAVE NOT TAKEN

SYSTEM ENGINEERING

  1. AUTOMATION AND ROBOTICS
  2. COMPUTER CONTROL INSTRUMENTATION
  3. AUTOMATION AND QUALITY CONTROL IN MANUFACTURING

COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING (WIRELESS)

  1. SPECIAL TOPIC II IN COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING
  2. SATELLITE COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS

COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING (RF)

  1. EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES IN RADIO COMMUNICATION
  2. ELECTROMAGNETIC SIMULATION
  3. SPECIAL TOPIC II IN COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

COMPUTER ENGINEERING

  1. FUNDAMENTALS OF NETWORK SECURITY
  2. ADVANCE INTERNET PROGRAMMING
  3. SPECIAL TOPIC IN COMPUTER ENGINEERING
  4. INTEGRATED CIRCUIT DESIGN
  5. NANOTECHNOLOGY
  6. AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRONICS
  7. ENGINEERING SYSTEM DESIGN
  8. MEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION
  9. ELECTRONICS MANUFACTURING
  10. AUTOMATION AND ROBOTICS
  11. COMPUTER CONTROL INSTRUMENTATION
  12. AUTOMATION AND QUALITY CONTROL MANUFACTURING

Students are also required to complete a capstone Project (group work) and an individual final year project. The capstone project is introduced to allow students demonstrating knowledge and understanding of engineering and management principles, and work as a member and leader in a team to manage projects in multidisciplinary environments. Meanwhile, the final year project is an initiative to polish independent learning ability and creative design skills to produced quality graduate. Moreover, Technopreneurship is introduced to equip students with good managerial skills along with technological traits. Students are also prepared for the challenging and competitive environment by following courses like Engineer in Society, Project Management and also state of the art technology in a special course named Selected Topics. Students are required to complete one semester Industrial Attachment or Training that has been scheduled in semester 7.

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