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Scheme “A”
Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering (Full Time)
Discipline Eligibility Conditions Applicability
Control, Automation & Instrumentation Eligible This programme is eligible for Scheme “A” in Control, Automation & Instrumentation (CAI) Discipline on condition that the graduates have completed the Electrical and Computer Engineering Elective Courses (total 27 Credits) from the list of Appendix From 2011 Intake
Up to 2019 Intake
Eligible N/A From 2020 Intake
Up to 2024 Intake
Electrical Eligible subject to condition(s) This programme is eligible for Scheme “A” in Electrical (ELL) Discipline on condition that the graduates have completed:
(1) an electrical engineering related project* comprising not less than 200 project work hours (declaration by students is required), and
(2) “Engineering in Society” with not less than 30 contact hours * Project details such as the topic and abstract should be submitted with the trainee registration (Form TD2). Each case shall be referred to the Panel for final review and decision.
From 2011 Intake
Up to 2019 Intake
Eligible subject to condition(s) This programme is eligible for Scheme “A” in Electrical (ELL) Discipline on condition that the graduates have completed:
(1) an electrical engineering related project* comprising not less than 200 project work hours (declaration by students is required), and
(2) at least one course from each of the following Groups:
Group I: “ECEN4006 (ECEB 454) –
Renewable Energy Conversion”, “ECEN 4007” (ECEB 455) – Power System Design and Implementation”; and
Group II : “ECEN 3007 (ECEB354) – Power Electronics”, “ECEN 3010 (ECEB 357) – Power Electronics Design and Implementation”, “ECEN 3011 (ECEB 358) – Electric Drive” * Project details such as the topic and abstract should be submitted with the trainee registration (Form TD2). Each case shall be referred to the Panel for final review and decision.
From 2020 Intake
Up to 2024 Intake
Appendix

Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering (Full Time)
Condition: The students MUST select the Electrical and Computer Engineering Elective Courses (total 27 Credits) from the below list.

Codes Courses  Credits
ECEB250 Electromagnetism 3
ECEB251 Numerical Method and Computation 3
ECEB252 Probability and Statistics 3
ECEB253 Linear Algebra 3
ECEB255 Semiconductor Device Physics 3
ECEB256 Computer Systems and Network Fundamentals 3
ECEB257 Introduction to Electro-robot Design 3
ECEB258 Internship 3
ECEB259 Internship I 1.5
ECEB260 Internship II 1.5
ECEB450 Digital Control 3
ECEB451 Special Topic in ECE 3
ECEB350 Introduction to Biomedical Engineering 3
ECEB352 Biomedical Electronics 3
ECEB353 Introduction to Biomedical Signal Analysis 3
ECEB354 Power Electronics 3
ECEB355 Power Systems Analysis 3
ECEB356 Power Quality and Energy Saving 3
ECEB357 Power Electronics Design and Implementation 3
ECEB358 Electric Drive 3
ECEB364 Advanced Topics in Analog & Mixed-signal Integrated Circuit Design 3
ECEB365 Introduction to Data Converters 3
ECEB366 Introduction to Radio-frequency  Circuits and Systems 3
ECEB368 Analog Integrated Circuit Design 3
ECEB359 Principles of Communication Systems 3
ECEB360 RF and Microwave Techniques for Wireless Systems 3
ECEB361 Antenna Theory and Applications in Wireless Communications 3
ECEB362 Cellular Communication  Network design and Optimization 3
ECEB363 Introduction to Wireless Technology for Digital Game 3
ECEB457 Introduction to Wireless Sensing Network 3
ECEB458 Microwave and Millimeter Wave System Design 3

 

Graduate Scheme “A” Training Programme is developed by the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE). It aims at providing registered graduate trainees with the opportunity to achieve necessary reinforcement of theory with practice to become a Professional Engineer. Upon the completion of this programme, graduates from accredited programmes will be eligible to become Corporate Member as a HKIE Graduate Member. The Corporate Member can enjoy recognition under international engineering agreements such as the International Professional Engineers Agreement and the APEC Engineer Agreement as well as recognition of various qualification accreditation agreements.

Upon receiving HKIE/Washington Accord Recognition, University of Macau graduates can participate Scheme “A” Training. The list of Scheme “A” Companies available in Macau (as at July 2015) is below:

 

The following four Macau companies are approved to provide Scheme “A” Training:

Company Approved Scheme “A” Discipline(s)
Galaxy Macau MCL
HCCG Building and Civil Engineering (Macau) Ltd. CVL
Parsons Brinckerhoff Engineering Management Co., Ltd. CVL, ELL & MCL
MGM Grand Paradise Limited BSS

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