Bachelor in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering( ETE)

21 Oct 2022

Expected learning outcome

TA. Knowledge and Understanding
At the end of the programme students should be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of:

At the end of the programme students should be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of:
A1. Appropriate mathematical techniques to help model and analyse systems, and use mathematics as a tool for communicating results and concepts
A2. Science Underlying Electronic Engineering Systems
A3. Information Technology
A4. Principles of design of electronic engineering systems
A5. Management and business practices, including finance, law, marketing and quality control
A6. Electronic Engineering practice

B. Cognitive/Intellectual skills/Application of Knowledge
At the end of the programme students should be able to:

B1. Select and apply appropriate scientific principles, mathematical and computer based methods for analysing general Electronics and Telecommunications engineering systems
B2. Analyse and solve Electronics and Telecommunications engineering problems
B3. Apply and appreciate the state of knowledge in a rapidly developing area
B4. Transfer appropriate knowledge and methods from one topic in cybernetics to another
B5. Apply engineering principles to create new products and systems
B6. Apply technical knowledge to produce a technical risk assessment
B7. Apply professional knowledge to produce a commercial risk assessment
B8. Apply technical and professional knowledge to assess environmental and social impact of electronics and telecommunication engineering activities
C. Communication/ICT/Numeracy/Analytic Techniques/Practical Skills
At the end of the programme students should be able to:

C1. Organise Electronic and Telecommunications engineering tasks into a structured form
C2. Plan, conduct and write a report on a technical project or assignment
C3. Use appropriate mathematical methods or IT tools
C4. Program a computer to solve engineering problems
C5. Use relevant laboratory equipment and analyse the results critically
C6. Design, build and test an Electronics and Telecommunications system
C7. Conduct Research into Electronic and Telecommunications engineering problems
C8. Present technical work both in written and oral form, using appropriate technology
D. General transferable skills
At the end of the programme students should be able to:

D1. Use IT tools competently
D2. Acquire, manipulate and process data
D3. Be creative and innovative
D4. Communicate scientific ideas
D5. Write reports and give oral presentations
D6. Work in team both as a member and as a leader
D7. Use time and resources efficiently
D8. Have the capacity for self-learning in familiar and unfamiliar situations
D9. Undertake lifelong learning

Modules to be covered per level

Year 1:
● English for General Purpose
● Mathematics for Engineers I
● ICT- Skills
● Analogue Electronic Circuits I
● Engineering Drawing and CAD
● Physics for Engineers –I
● Workshop Technology
● English for Special Purposes II
● Mathematics for Engineers II
● Physics for Engineers II
● Computer Programming
● Electrical Circuits Analysis
● Analogue Electronic Circuits II
● Introduction to Matlab Programming
● Workshop Technology

● Year 2:
● English for Special Purposes
● Mathematics for Engineers III
● Fluids Mechanics & Thermodynamics
● Engineering Electromagnetics
● Advanced Computer Programming (C++)
● Signals and Systems
● Measurements and Instrumentation
● Mathematics for Engineers IV
● Digital Electronic Circuits
● Control Systems
● Electrical Machines
● Microprocessor and Its Applications
● Analogue Communication Systems
Year 3:
● English for Academic Purpose
● Power Electronics
● Analogue Filters
● Advanced Control Systems
● Digital Communications
● Linear Integrated Circuits and Applications
● Research Methodology
● Microcontroller and Embedded Systems
● Image Processing
● Telecommunication Networks
● Antenna and Propagation
● Digital Signal Processing
● Entrepreneurship Development
● Year 4:
● Fibre –Optic Communications
● Mobile Communications
● Microwave Engineering
● Cryptography& Network Security
● Computer Networks
● Final year Project I

● Engineering Ethics and Professional conduct
● Economics and Finance for Engineers
● Environmental Management
● Satellite Communications
● Mobile Applications
● Radar Systems and Navigational Aids
● Final year Project II


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