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.
(a) Completion of 140.0 credit hours
(b) Successful completion of the “Capstone Project”
(c) Passing of all courses individually and maintaining a minimum CGPA of 2.00