Electrical Engineering

TEMPORARY FULL TIME DEMONSTRATOR-ELECTRICAL/ ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

VACANCY NO: FET/EE 04/2019

TEMPORARY FULL TIME DEMONSTRATOR-ELECTRICAL/ ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
 
Duties: The successful applicant will be expected to: (i) Demonstrate during laboratory sessions in the respective subjects; (ii) mark laboratory reports; (iii) perform any other responsibilities as may be assigned by the Head of Department.
 

PART-TIME TEACHING ASSISTANTS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

VACANCY NO: FET/ EE 3/ 2019

TEACHING ASSISTANTS

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (2 positions)    ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING (2 positions)

Teaching Assistants for the academic year 2019/2020 in the following areas:

Electrical Engineering (2 positions)

Electronic Engineering (2 positions)

Combined Bachelor of Engineering (B-Eng Minor)

Degree Structure

The Minor shall be a minimum of 23 credits over 8 semesters of full-time study. The minor may be combined with a major or minor. The curriculum for Level 100 shall be as stipulated in the Faculty Special Regulations 21.30.

Level 200

Semester 3

Core Courses

EEB216 Electrical Principles (2)
MMB211 Engineering Drawing (2Level 200

Semester 4

Core Courses

EEB 226 AC Circuit Principles, (2)

Combined Bachelor of Engineering (B-Eng Major)

Degree Structure

The Major shall be a minimum of 53 credits over 10 semesters of full-time study. The major may be combined with a second major or minor. The curriculum for Level 100 and 200 shall be as stipulated in the Faculty Special Regulations 21.30.

Level 300

Semester 5

Core Courses

MAT391 Engineering Mathematics III (3, pre-req MAT 291)
EEB311 Network Theory (4) (pre-req. EEB221 & MAT292)
EEB316 Electrical Measurements a Instrumentation I, (3) (pre-req. EEB221)

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.

Bachelor of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Entrance Requirements

Admission to the B.Eng. (Electrical and Electronic) shall be as stipulated in Faculty Special Regulations 21.20. Applicants in possession of a Diploma in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, or its equivalent, with a minimum of Credit including a Credit in Mathematics, may be admitted directly into Level 200. Applicants in possession of a Higher Diploma in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, or its equivalent, with a minimum of Credit including a Credit in Mathematics, may be admitted directly into Level 300.

Electrical Engineering

Electrical and Electronic Engineering is perhaps the most rapidly expanding discipline in the world to-day. It is so ubiquitous that there is hardly any aspect of our lives that has not been touched by it. 

The discovery of the transistor and advances in semiconductor technology coupled with the development of integrated circuit have revolutionized the way we live and carry-on our daily activities. The often mentioned phrase of the world being ‘a global village’ has come about because of the advances in the electronic technology. 

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