Master of Science in

Electrical Engineering (MSEE)

The program is structured around a core of knowledge related to analytical and management tools, supplemented by advanced technical electives in the area of microwave engineering, power engineering, electronics engineering and communication engineering. The students will have to study eight subjects of 3 credit hours each. In addition he will submit research thesis of 6 credit hours. The detail of the program is given in the curriculum.

Degree

Requirements

BS (Electrical Engg, Electronics Engg,Telecom Engg, Computer Engg, Communication Engg) from PEC recognized University with min 2.5 CGPA (Semester Sys) or 60% (Annual Sys). Interview & Entry test & GAT arranged by NTS

Why this

Degree

The program has been designed for professionals working under the umbrella of Electrical Engineering who wish to enhance their technical skills for career advancement. Students will gain an ability to use Advance Mathematics and Stochastic Processes for the analysis of engineering problems, an understanding and appreciation of concepts related to quality, information management and ability to synthesize knowledge, gained in course work, to a research project. This program not only enhances strength of the students in the area of their own choice but also makes them feel better prepared to compete in higher academic pursuits, like PhD programs

Courses Offered

Sr# Course Code Course Title Cr.Hrs
1 MA6110 MATHEMATICAL METHODS FOR ENGINEERS 3
2 EE6717 POWER SYSTEM QUALITY ,RELIABILITY AND PLANNING 3
3 EE6370 STOCHASTIC PROCESS 3
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SrNo. Course Code Course Title Cr.Hrs
1 ECE6720 ADVANCE POWER SYSTEM PROTECTION 3
2 CS521 ADVANCE COMPUTER NETWORKS 3
3 XXXX TECHNICAL ELECTIVE I 3
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Sr# Course Code Course Title Cr.Hrs
1 ECE6710 POWER CIRCUIT BERAKER AND SUBSTATION 3
2 ECE5343 DIGITAL COMMUNICATION SYSTEM 3
3 XXXX TECHNICAL ELECTIVE II 3
4
 
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SrNo. Course Code Course Title Cr.Hrs
1 EE6715 ADVANCE HIGH VOLTAGE ENGINEERING 3
2 EE6410 ADVANCE DIGITAL SIGNALS PROCESSING 3
3 XXXX TECHNICAL ELECTIVE III
3
4 XXXX FINAL THESIS 6
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