Electrical engineering is a professional education to develop young engineers with many career opportunities. Electrical Engineering is a base engineering discipline to support all power and energy sector engineers. It serves as input in many cases to electronics, computer, telecommunication, robotics, aeronautics and even in space power systems.
The qualified young engineers will be able to further their career in PTCL, WAPDA, Electric Companies, Energy Production or even Electrical Goods manufacturing. They can further study Electronics, Computer Engineering, Robotics, and Solar Systems and nanotechnologies. They can design and manufacture electrical cars etc. Electrical engineering also has a major role other sub fields like control & automation and signal processing. It is also vital in new and emerging fields such as Controls, Robotics and Smart renewable energy systems etc.
At Grafton College, we follow the UET Lahore Standard curriculum and regulations while complying with PEC regulations for curriculum coverage, skill development and laboratory conduction etc. In addition, the department arranges collaboration with local and international experts in IEEE in order to provide implement updated / innovative ideas in the international market. PEC registration will now allow them to apply for appropriate international professional licenses as well.
Program code: B.Sc. Electrical Engineering
Duration: Full time (4 years)
Start Date: Fall
Awarding Body: UET Lahore
The Program Educational Objectives of Electrical Engineering program are to produce Electrical Engineering graduates who:
PEO - 01: Demonstrate excellence in profession through in-depth knowledge and skills in the field of electrical engineering.
PEO - 02: Engage in continuous professional development and exhibit a quest of learning.
PEO - 03: Show professional integrity and commitment to social and ethical responsibilities.
“The Grafton College Bachelors of Electrical Engineering program endeavours to prepare lifelong learners to succeed with in the rapidly changing engineering environment and who are committed to becoming leaders in the industry as well as academic and research institutes”
“The mission of the Grafton College Bachelors of Electrical Engineering program is to produce professional engineers that demonstrates competency necessary to function and deliver solutions in diverse engineering situations and scenarios. The program develops critical thinkers committed to professionalism, team work and community service”
a. Engineering Knowledge
Apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals to the solution of complex engineering problems.
b. Problem Analysis
Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyse complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences.
c. Design / Development of Solutions
Design solutions for complex engineering problems. Design systems, components, or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, ethics and efficiency.
Investigate complex engineering problems in a methodical way including literature survey, design and conduct of experiments, analysis and interpretation of experimental data, and synthesis of information to derive valid conclusions.
e. Modern Tool Usage
Select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools, for prediction, modeling, simulation of complex engineering activities, and understanding of the limitations.
f. The Engineer and Society
Apply reasoning informed by contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practices in order to find an optimum solution to complex engineering problems.
g. Environment and Sustainability
Describe the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate the importance of sustainable development.
Apply ethical principles and demonstrate professional ethics, responsibilities and norms of engineering practice.
i. Individual and Teamwork
Work effectively, as an individual or in a team, on multifaceted and/or multidisciplinary settings.
Communicate effectively, orally as well as in writing on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentations, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
k. Project Management
Demonstrate management skills and apply engineering principles to one’s own work, as a member and/or leader in a team to manage projects in a multidisciplinary environment.
l. Lifelong Learning
Recognize importance of life-long learning in the broader context of innovation and technological developments.
Semester 1, 16 Cr. Hrs
Introduction to Computing
Semester 2, 16 Cr. Hrs
Electrical & Electronics Workshop
Islamic & Pakistan Studies-I/Ethics
Semester 3, 18 Cr. Hrs
Circuit Analysis & Design
Technical Writing & Presentation Skills
Semester 4, 18 Cr. Hrs
Analog and Digital Electronic Circuits
Signals and Systems
Electric Machinery Fundamentals
Data Structures and Algorithms
Semester 5, 18 Cr. Hrs
Power System Analysis
Semester 6, 18 Cr. Hrs
Analog & Digital Communications
Digital Signal Processing
Embedded Systems Laboratory
Power Distribution Systems
Social & Ethical Aspects in Engineering
Semester 7, 17 Cr. Hrs
Islamic & Pakistan Studies II/Ethics
Principles of Management
Semester 8, 14 Cr. Hrs
Restricted Elective (Management)
Electives for Specialization
Industrial Control Systems (L)
Integrated Electronic Circuits (L)
Wireless Communications (L) - Pre-Req: EE 384
Digital Image Processing (L)
Operating Systems (L)
Computer Networks (L)
Database Engineering (L)
Introduction to Machine Learning
High Voltage Engineering (L)
Renewable Electrical Energy Systems
Power System Operation and Control (L) - Pre-Requisite: EE 357
Power System Protection (L) - Pre-Requisite: EE 357
Introduction to Smart Grids
Electrical Drives (L)
Design of Electrical Machines (L)
Computer Architecture (L)
Introduction to VLSI Systems (L)
Optical Circuits and Systems
Microwave Engineering - Passive Devices (L)
Antenna Systems (L)
Microwave Engineering - Active Devices (L) - Pre-Req: EE 482
Electrical Instruments and Measurements (L)
Biomedical Instrumentation (L) - Pre - Req: EE 213
Clinical Laboratory Instrumentation (L) - Pre-Req: EE 492
Biomedical Imaging (L)
Medical Robotics(L) - Pre - Req: EE 340
Electrical engineers are in constant demand across a wide range of industries both nationally and internationally. Graduates have the potential to work in areas as diverse as renewable energy, electronics, robotics, industrial automation, control, electrical drives, power and energy systems, telecommunications and biomedical instrumentation.
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