Programme Educational Objectives

These programme educational objectives (PEO) describe the career and professional accomplishments that we prepare our graduates to achieve after completion of the undergraduate electrical and electronics engineering program.

  1. Problem Solving: Graduates have the ability to think in a critical and evaluative manner and to consider a broad perspective, in order to solve technical and (or) nontechnical problems.
  2. Leadership and Communication: Graduates train to strengthen their leadership, act in an ethical manner and skills will include the ability to communicate well and to work successfully within diverse groups.
  3. Market Acceptance: Graduates will understand the careers in the academic environment, industrial and government organizations.
  4. Technical Competence: Graduates will be technically competent and have a thorough grounding in the fundamentals of math and science in engineering and experience in engineering design. They will be able to use modern engineering techniques, skills, and tools to fulfill societal needs.


Graduates of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Program are expected to know and demonstrate the following:

(a) an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering appropriate to the degree discipline
(b) an ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyse and interpret data
(c) an ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints, such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability and sustainability
(d) an ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams
(e) an ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems
(f) an ability to understand professional and ethical responsibility
(g) an ability to communicate effectively
(h) an ability to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context, especially the importance of health, safety and environmental considerations to both workers and the general public
(i) an ability to stay abreast of contemporary issues
(j) an ability to recognise the need for, and to engage in life-long learning
(k) an ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice appropriate to the degree discipline
(l) an ability to use the computer/IT tools relevant to the discipline along with an understanding of their processes and limitations



PROGRAMME OUTCOMES Problem Solving Leadership and Communication Market Acceptance  Technical Competence
a X   X X
b X   X X
c X   X X
d X X X  
e X   X X
f   X X X
g   X X  
h X X X  
i     X X
j   X X X
k X   X X
l X   X X

* “X” means correlated.


Problem Solving X X X X
Leadership and Communication X X X X
Market Acceptance X X X X
Technical Competence X X X X
* “X” means correlated.
 Compulsory Course Programme Outcomes
  a b c d e f g h i j k l
CHEM112 General Chemistry TP P     T   P          
ECEB110 Digital Systems TP P P P T   P       P P
ECEB110 Digital Systems T         TM* P TM* T TM* T T
ECEB111 Introduction to Electrical and Computer Engineering T         TM* P TM* TM* TM* T T
ECEB120 Information Technology Revolution and Electronics TP P P P T   P       P  
ECEB121 Embedded Systems TP P     T   P       P P
ECEB122 Circuit Analysis T           P          
MATB110 Calculus I T                      
MATB120 Calculus II T                      
ECEB112 Computer Science T                      
MATH210 Engineering Mathematics I T                      
MATH220 Engineering Mathematics II T                      
PHYS120 Physics I TP           P          
PHYS210 Physics II TP           P          
ECEB211 Measurement and Instrumentation TP P P P T   P         P
ECEB210 Signal and Systems TP P     T   P          
ECEB220 Electric Machines TP P   P T   P          
ECEB221 Fundamental Electronics TPM P P PM* TM*   PM* T T   TM* P
ECEB222 Discrete Structure T       T   P          
ECEB310 Applied Electronics TPM PM PM PM TM   P       TM PM
ECEB311 Digital Signal Processing TPM PM PM   T   PM          
ECEB320 Control Systems TPM PM PM P TM   P       TPM PM
ECEB321 ECE Seminars T         TM   TM TM PMTM    
ECEB410 Design Project I P P PM* PM* P P PM*     P P PM*
ECEB420 Design Project II P PM* P PM PM PM PM   PM PM*   PM

*   At this stage, only all compulsory courses and ECE technical related courses are being measured.

*   indicates new measurement to be implemented from next measurement cycle.

*   # indicates measurement will be suspended from next measurement cycle.

 Elective Course Programme Outcomes
  a b c d e f g h i j k l
ECEB250 Electromagnetism T P TP   P           P P
ECEB251 Numerical Method and Computation T P TP   P           P P
ECEB252 Probability and Statistics T P TP   P           P P
ECEB253 Linear Algebra T P TP   P           P P
NECEB254 Biology T P TP   P           P P
ECEB255 Semiconductor Device Physics T P TP   P           P P
ECEB256 Computer Systems and Network Fundamentals T P TP   P           P P
ECEB257 Introduction to Electro-Robot Design T P TP   P           P P
ECEB258 Internship T P TP   P P   P     P P
ECEB259 Internship I T P TP   P           P P
ECEB260 Internship II T P TP   P           P P
ECEB450 Digital Control T P TP   P           P P
ECEB451 Special Topic in ECE T P TP   P           P P
ECEB350 Introduction to Biomedical Engineering T P TP   P T   T     P P
ECEB351 Fundamental Bio-Electricity T P TP   P           P P
ECEB352 Biomedical Electronics T P TP   P           P P
ECEB353 Introduction to Biomedical Signal Analysis T P TP   P           P P
ECEB452 Biomedical Measurement and Instrumentation T P TP   P           P P
ECEB453 Introduction to Biomedical Imaging T P TP   P     T     P P
ECEB354 Power Electronics T P TP   P           P P
ECEB355 Power System Analysis T P TP   P           P P
ECEB356 Power Quality and Energy Saving T P TP   P T         P P
ECEB357 Power Electronics Design and Implementation T P TP   P           P P
ECEB358 Electric Drive T P TP   P           P P
ECEB454 Renewable Energy Conversion T P TP   P T         P P
ECEB455 Power System Design and Implementation T P TP   P           P P
ECEB364 Advanced Topics in Analog and Mixed-Signal Integrated Circuit Design T P TP   P           P P
ECEB365 Introduction to Data Converters T P TP   P T         P P
ECEB366 Introduction to Radio-Frequency Circuits and Systems T P TP   P           P P
ECEB368 Analog Integrated Circuit Design T P TP   P           P P
ECEB359 Principles of Communication Systems T P TP   P           P P
ECEB360 RF and Microwave Techniques for Wireless Systems T P TP   P T   T     P P
ECEB361 Antenna Theory and Applications in Wireless Communications T P TP   P           P P
ECEB362 Cellular Communication Network Design and Optimization T P TP   P T         P P
ECEB363 Introduction to Wireless Technology for Digital Game T P TP   P           P P
ECEB457 Introduction to Wireless Sensing Network T P TP   P           P P
ECEB458 Microwave and Millimetre Wave System Design T P TP   P           P P

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