Master of Science Degree in Electrical/Electronic Engineering

1.0 Entrance Requirements

Applicants for MSc Programme should have obtained a relevant Bachelor’s degree in Electrical/electronic Engineering with at least second class, second division (3.0 on 5.0 scale) on equivalent from a recognized university or equivalent institution of higher learning.

2.0 Assessment

Each course shall be assessed by formal examination and continuous assessment. The ratio between formal examination and continuous assessment shall be 50:50.

3.0 Award of Degree

The Degree of MSc in Electrical/Electronic Engineering (each stream) shall be awarded upon achieving a minimum of grade C in each course and upon successful completion and defence of the Research Dissertation (stream one-Electrical Engineering, Stream two-Electronics Systems Engineering)

STREAM 1 – ELECTRICAL POWER ENGINEERING

Semester 1 – Core Courses (12 Credits)

MEM 601 Mathematical Methods for Engineers

CEM 602 Introduction to Project Management

CSI 602 Computer Software Engineering

EEM 601 Electric Power Systems Analysis

Semester 2 – Core Courses (6 Credits)

EEM 611 High Voltage Transmission

EEM 612 Electrical Machines and Drives Optional Courses (Select 2 out of 5 Courses – 6 Credits)

EEM 610 Electrical Measurements and Control Engineering

EEM 613 Power Systems Economics and Management

EEM 614 Power Distribution Systems

EEM 615 Computer Control Systems

EEM 616 Electric Power System Operations

Semesters 3 and 4 – Core Courses (24 Credits)

EEM 701 Supervised Research and Dissertation

STREAM 2 – ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS ENGINEERING

Semester 1 – Core Courses (12)

MEM601 Mathematical Methods for Engineers

CEM601 Research Methodology

CSI602 Computer Software Engineering

EEM602 Digital Systems Design Using PLDs

Semester 2 – Core Courses (6 Credits)

EEM621 Digital Signal Processing

EEM622 Digital Communication

Optional Courses (Select 3 out of 5 Courses – 9 Credits)

EEM610 Electrical Measurements and Control Engineering

EEM623 Image Processing

EEM624 VLSI Circuits Design

EEM625 Mobile and Wireless Communications

EEM626 Optical and Broad band Communications

Semesters 3 and 4 – Core Courses (24 Credits)

EEM 701 Supervised Research and Dissertation