Introduction

The Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) Electrical Engineering (EE242) is a 4-Year Degree programme in Electrical Engineering with a specific focus on Power Engineering. The programme exposes to the students the generation, transmission and utilization of electrical power. It also offers a comprehensive view into the basic principles and applications in the field of electrical engineering. It covers a range of subjects including Power Engineering, Power Electronics, Power Systems, Electrical Machines, Electric Drives, High Voltage,Economic Planning and Renewable Energy.

Programme Educational Objective (PEO) for Bachelor Of Engineering (Hons) Electrical Engineering

  • PEO 1: Demonstrate competency in their professional career and contribute towards engineering profession in related field of electrical engineering practices
  • PEO 2: Engage in multidisciplinary professional field within a global and societal context
  • PEO 3: Engage in professional development through advanced degree, research, consultancy and/or professional studies

Programme Outcomes (PO)

Students after the completion of Bachelor Of Engineering (Hons) Electrical Engineering are expected to know and be able to perform or attain the following:

  • PO 1: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals to the solution of complex electrical engineering problems.
  • PO 2: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyse complex electrical engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions.
  • PO 3: Ability to design solutions for complex electrical engineering problems with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, culture, society, and environment.
  • PO 4: Ability to conduct investigation into complex electrical problems using research based knowledge and research methods.
  • PO 5: Ability to create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools, including prediction and modelling, involving complex electrical engineering activities.
  • PO 6: Ability to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice.
  • PO 7: Identify the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development.
  • PO 8: Ability to apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice.
  • PO 9: Ability to communicate effectively on complex electrical engineering activities and write effective reports including design documentation and presentations.
  • PO 10: Function effectively as an individual, and as member or leader in diverse teams and in multi-disciplinary settings.
  • PO 11: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning.
  • PO 12: 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

CODE

COURSES

CREDIT HOUR

TOTAL CREDIT

HEP1

CO-CURICULUM I

1

15

MAT435

CALCULUS II FOR ENGINEERS

3

ELE412

CIRCUIT ANALYSIS

3

EPO413

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY I

1

EPO400

ELECTRICAL PRACTICES

1

ELE422

ANALOGUE ELECTRONICS

3

ECE422

DIGITAL ELECTRONIC FUNDAMENTALS

3

First Year, Semester 2

CODE

COURSES

CREDIT HOUR

TOTAL CREDIT

HEP2

CO-CURRICULUM II

1

16

CTU551

ISLAMIC AND ASIAN CIVILISATION

2

ESE461

SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS

3

ECE431

COMPUTER PROGRAMMING

3

ECM412

COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING FUNDAMENTALS

3

EPO460

POWER ENGINEERING

3

EPO423

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY II

1

Second Year, Semester 1 

CODE

COURSES

CREDIT HOUR

TOTAL CREDIT

HEP3

CO-CURRICULUM III

1

17

ELC590

ENGLISH FOR ORAL PRESENTATIONS

2

CTU555

MALAYSIAN HISTORY

2

MAT455

CALCULUS III FOR ENGINEERS

3

ECE521

MICROPPROCESSOR SYSTEM

3

ESE439

INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL SYSTEMS

3

KJM442

HEAT AND FLUID

3

Second Year, Semester 2

CODE

COURSES

CREDIT HOUR

TOTAL CREDIT

APB1

THIRD LANGUAGE I

2

16

MAT575

INTRODUCTION TO NUMERICAL ANALYSIS

3

EPO525

ELECTROMAGNETIC THEORY FOR POWER ENGINEERING

3

EPO540

ELECTRICAL MACHINES

3

EPO520

POWER SYSTEM I

3

EPO562

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY III

2

Third Year, Semester 1

CODE

COURSES

CREDIT HOUR

TOTAL CREDIT

APB2

THIRD LANGUAGE II

2

17

STA408

STATISTICS FOR SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

3

EPO510

POWER ELECTRONICS

3

EPO522

POWER SYSTEM II

3

ESE559

MODERN CONTROL SYSTEM IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

3

 

ELECTIVE  I

3

Third Year, Semester 2

CODE

COURSES

CREDIT HOUR

TOTAL CREDIT

APB3

THIRD LANGUAGE III

2

16

ENT600

TECHNOPRENEURSHIP

3

EPO563

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY IV

2

EPO640

ELECTRIC DRIVES

3

EPO630

HIGH VOLTAGE

3

 

ELECTIVE II

3

Fourth Year, Semester 1 

CODE

COURSES

CREDIT HOUR

TOTAL CREDIT

EEE610

ENGINEER IN SOCIETY

3

17

EPO667

INDUSTRIAL TRAINING

4

EPO661

POWER ENGINEERING PROJECT I

2

EPO662

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY V

2

EPO521

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING UTILIZATION AND PRACTICE

3

 

ELECTIVE III

3

Fourth Year, Semester 2

 

CODE

COURSES

CREDIT HOUR

TOTAL CREDIT

ELC640

ENGLISH FOR JOB APPLICATIONS

2

13

EPO663

POWER ENGINEERING PROJECT II

5

EPO666

SELECTED TOPICS FOR POWER ENGINEERING

3

 

ELECTIVE IV

3

 

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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