Bachelor of Electrical Engineering (Telecom/Electronics/Power)
Last updated on March 13th, 2019

Vision Statement of Department of Electrical Engineering

A commitment to prepare students for professional and research activities with an ability to learn independently, within a diverse multi-cultural environment, and enabling them to become the global leaders in their respective fields.

Mission – Bachelor of Electrical Engineering

The mission of Bachelor Electrical Engineering program is to produce ethically sound and technically competent engineers who can serve in the diverse fields of research, design & development, teaching, system installation, support and maintenance.

Program Educational Objectives

Bachelor of Electrical Engineering has well defend Program educational objectives, which are evaluated continually for the improvement of the program.  Graduates from Bachelor of Electrical Engineering program are expected to achieve the following Program Educational Objectives and would possess the ability to:

PEO 1: Professional Employment

Find employment related to Electrical engineering in the fields of design, development, research, operations and maintenance, technical sales and marketing as well as explore entrepreneurship and find jobs in diverse areas like business, law, NGOs, media etc.

PEO 2: Technical Competence

Demonstrate technical competence in the field of electrical engineering through finding solutions to complex problems, design new products, and use their analytic, engineering and problem solving skills to provide value to their industry.

PEO 3: Professional Growth

Pursue their professional growth by taking up higher studies for advanced degrees, learn new technologies as they emerge, develop skills in the usage of new tools, undertake professional development courses and keep themselves current in their chosen specialization.

PEO 4: Social Engagement

Work in multicultural teams, provide leadership in their area; be sensitive to ethical, moral, environmental, gender and societal issues and leave an impact of their work on the society and the community.

Program Learning Outcomes

The Department of Electrical Engineering was established in 2005 at Bahia University, Islamabad Campus. Bachelor of Electrical Engineering being offered at the Department of Electrical Engineering cover the core subjects of Electrical Engineering. The twelve graduate attributes as provided by Pakistan Engineering Council are the main focus for degree program of Bachelor of Electrical Engineering. The degree program ensures that the student at time of graduation have attained a certain set of knowledge, skills and behavioral traits at least at some basic level.

Program Learning Outcomes (PLO) of Electrical Engineering Program

PLO 1 Engineering Knowledge:

An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

PLO 2 Problem Analysis:

An ability to identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences.

PLO 3 Design/Development of Solutions:

An ability to design solutions for complex engineering problems and design systems, components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

PLO 4 Investigation:

An ability to 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.

PLO 5 Modern Tool Usage:

An ability to create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools, including prediction and modeling, to complex engineering activities, with an understanding of the limitations.

PLO 6 The Engineer and Society:

An ability to apply reasoning informed by contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice and solution to complex engineering problems.

PLO 7 Environment and Sustainability:

An ability to understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development.

PLO 8 Professional Ethics:

Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice.

PLO 9 Individual and Teamwork:

An ability to work effectively, as an individual or in a team, on multifaceted and /or multidisciplinary settings.

PLO 10 Communication:

An ability to 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 documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

PLO 11 Project Management:

An ability to 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.

PLO 12 Lifelong Learning:

An ability to recognize importance of, and pursue lifelong learning in the broader context of innovation and technological developments.

Scheme of Studies:

Duration 4 years
Number of semesters 8
Number of weeks per semester 18 (16 for teaching and 2 for exams)
Total number of credit hours 138 (97 CEC + 41 NEC)
Non-engineering courses 15 Courses, 41 Cr Hrs, 30.1% of total
Engineering courses 28 Courses, 95 Cr Hrs, 69.9% of total

Road map for BEE (Electronics/ Telecommunication)

SEMESTER-1
Pre Requisite Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
None GSC-110 Calculus and Analytical Geometry 3+0
None CSC-111 Introduction to Computing 1+1
None ENG-104 Functional English 2+0
None ISL-101 Islamic Studies/ Ethical Behavior (for NM) 2+0
None IDEE-I 2+0
None GSC-113 Applied Physics 3+1
None EEL-112 Workshop Practice 0+1
                                                                                                                      Total 13+3
SEMESTER-2
Pre Requisite Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
None EEL-121 Engineering Drawing & CAD 0+1
GSC-110 (Calculus and Analytical Geometry) GSC-210 Differential Equations 3+0
CSC-111 (Introduction to Computing) CSC-112 Programming Fundamentals 2+1
None EEN-110 Linear Circuit Analysis 3+1
None CEN-120 Digital Logic Design 3+1
None PAK-101 Pakistan Studies 2+0
                                                                                                                      Total 13+4
SEMESTER-3
Pre Requisite Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
None HSS 118 Communication Skills 2+0
EEN-110 (Linear Circuit Analysis) EEN-210 Electronic Devices and Circuits 3+1
EEN-110 (Linear Circuit Analysis) EEN-211 Electrical Network Analysis 3+1
CSC-112 (Programming Fundamentals) CSC-210 Object Oriented Programming 3+1
GSC-110 (Calculus and Analytical Geometry) GSC-220 Complex Variables and Transforms 3+0
                                                                                                                      Total 14+3
SEMESTER-4
Pre Requisite Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
None  GSC 121 Linear algebra 3+0
None HSS XXX Humanities & Social Sciences Elective -1 3+0
GSC-220 (Complex Variables and Transforms) EEN-313 Signals and Systems 3+1
EEN 224 EEN 225 Electronic Circuit Design 3+1
GSC-110 (Calculus and Analytical Geometry) EEN 226 Probability Methods in Engineering 3+0
                                                                                                                      Total 15+2
SEMESTER-5
Pre Requisite Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
GSC-110 (Calculus and Analytical Geometry) EEN-311 Electromagnetic Field Theory 3+0
CEN 120 CEN 440 Embedded systems Design 3+1
XXXX XXXX Natural Science Elective 3+0
EEN-313 (Signals and Systems) EET-321 Communication Systems 3+1
EEN 211 EEN 312 Electrical Machines 3+1
                                                                                                                       Total 15+3
SEMESTER-6
Pre Requisite Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
XXX-XXX EEN-XXX Breadth Core-I 3+1
EEN-313 (Signals and Systems) EEN-412 Linear Control Systems 3+1
None MGT XXX /HSS XXX Management Science Elective 1 2+0
XXX-XXX EEX-XXX Elective-I 3+1
XXX-XXX EEX-XXX Breadth Core-2 3+1
                                                                                                                       Total 14+4
SEMESTER-7
Pre Requisite Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
None ESC-498 Project – I 0+3
None HSS-320 Tech. Writing & Present. Skills 3+0
None HSS-XXX IDEE-2 3+0
XXX-XXX EEX-XXX Elective-II 3+1
XXX-XXX EEX-XXX Elective-III 3+1
                                                                                                                     Total 12+5
SEMESTER-8
Pre Requisite Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
None ESC-499 Project – II 0+3
None HSS XXX Humanities & SS Elective-2 3+0
None MGT XXX Management sciences Elective – 2 3+0
XXX-XXX EEX-XXX Elective-IV 3+1
XXX-XXX EEX-XXX Elective-V 3+0
                                                                                                                     Total 12+4

Total Credit Hours= 138 Credit Hours

Breadth Courses

 Engineering Domain Electives

Computing Electives

Sr. No. Pre-requisite course code Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Theory Practical
1 CSC 112 CSC 210 Object Oriented Programming 3+1 3 1
2 CSC 112 CSC 221 Data structure and Algorithm 3+1 3 1

 Breadth Core Electives

Power Engineering

Sr. No. Pre-requisite course code Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Theory Practical
1 EEN 211 EEP 331 Power System Analysis (Breadth Core 1) 3+1 3 1
2 EEN 219 EEN 433 Power Distribution and Utilization (Breadth Core 2) 3+1 3 1

 Electronics Engineering

Sr. No. Pre-requisite course code Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Theory Practical
1 EEN 224 EEP 468 Power Electronics

(Breadth Core 1)

3+1 3 1
2 EEN 313 EEN 325 Digital Signal Processing (Breadth Core 2) 3+1 3 1

 Telecommunication Engineering

Sr. No. Pre-requisite course code Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Theory Practical
1 None CEN 223 Computer Communication & Networks

(Breadth Core 1)

3+1 3 1
2 EEN 313 EEN 325 Digital Signal Processing (Breadth Core 2) 3+1 3 1

Depth Electives

 Communication/ Telecommunication Engineering

Sr. No. Pre-requisite course code Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Theory Practical
1 EEN 311 EEN 431 RF and Microwave Engineering 3+1 3 1
2 None EET 463 Optical Fiber Communication 3+1 3 1
3 EEN 311 EET 447 Radar Systems 3+1 3 1
4 EET 321 EEN 436 Wireless and Mobile Communication 3+1 3 1
5 EET 321 EET 449 Satellite Communications 3+1 3 1
6 EEN 311 EET 451 Wave Propagation and Antennas 3+1 3 1
7 CEN 223 EET 452 Multimedia Communications 3+1 3 1
8 None CSC 453 Information Theory 3+1 3 1
9 CEN 223 EEN 434 Computer Networks 3+1 3 1
10 EET 321 EET 411 Digital Communications 3+1 3 1
11 None EET 456 Telecom Transmission and Switching Systems 3+0 3 0
12 CEN 223 CEN 444 Digital Image Processing 3+0 3 0
13 EEN 325 CEN 441 FPGA- Based System Design 3+1 3 1
14 CEN 120

CEN 440

EEN 469  Linear Integrated Circuits and Applications 3+1 3 1
15 EEN 224 EEN 316 Instrumentation and measurement 3+1 3 1
16 None EET 471 Emerging Wireless Technologies and RF planning 3+0 3 0
17 None EET 472 Telecommunication policies and standards 3+0 3 0

 Electronic Engineering

Sr. No. Pre-requisite course code Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Theory Practical
1 EEN 224 EEN 316 Instrumentation and measurement 3+1 3 1
2 EEN 224 EEN 462 Integrated Electronics 3+1 3 1
3 EEN 441 Industrial Process Control 3+1 3 1
4 EEN 224 EEN 442 Digital Electronics 3+1 3 1
5 EEN 224 EEN 444 Opto Electronics 3+1 3 1
6 EEN 224 CEN 452 VLSI Design 3+1 3 1
7 EEN 224 EEN 445 Industrial Electronics 3+1 3 1
8 CEN 120 CEN 442 Digital System Design 3+1 3 1
9 EEN 224 EEN 469 Linear Integrated Circuits & Applications 3+1 3 1
10 EEN 224 EEN 466 Introduction to Nano Technology 3+0 3 0
11 EEN 311 EET 451 Wave Propagation and Antennas 3+1 3 1
12 EEN 325 CEN 444 Digital Image Processing 3+0 3 0
13 EEN 224 EEN 435 Solid State Devices 3+1 3 1
14 EEN 412 EEN 437 Digital Control Systems 3+1 3 1
15 EEN 219 EEN 433 Power Distribution and Utilization 3+1 3 1
16 CEN 120 CEN 441 FPGA- Based System Design 3+1 3 1
17 EEN 219 EEN 420 Industrial Automation 3+1 3 1
18 EEN 224 EEN 471 Microelectronics Technology 3+0 3 0
19 EEN 311 EEN 431 RF and Microwave Engineering 3+1 3 1
20 EEN 325 ESC 471 Biomedical Instrumentation 3+0 3 0
21 None CEN 223 Computer Communication & Networking 3+1 3 1
22 None ESC 472 Medical Robots 3+0 3 0

 Power Engineering

Sr. No. Pre-requisite course code Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Theory Practical
1 EEN 224 EEN 316 Instrumentation and Measurements 3+1 3 1
2 EEN 219 EEP 441 Advanced Electrical Machines 3+1 3 1
3 EEN 219 EEP 442 Power Generation 3+1 3 1
4 EEN 433 EEP 443 Electrical Power Transmission 3+1 3 1
5 EEN 224 EEP 468 Power Electronics 3+1 3 1
6 EEP 331 EEP 444 Power System Protection 3+1 3 1
7 EEP 331 EEP 445 Power System Stability & Control 3+0 3 0
8 EEN 219 EEP 471 Electrical Machine Design and Maintenance 3+1 3 1
9 EEN 211 EEP 446 High Voltage Engineering 3+1 3 1
10 EEP 448 Renewable Energy Systems 3+0 3 0
11 EEN 313 EEN 325 Digital Signal Processing 3+1 3 1
12 EEN 224 EEP 472 Industrial Drives 3+1 3 1
13 EEP 331 EEP 475 FACTS and HVDC Transmission 3+0 3 0
14 None CEN 223   Computer Communication & Networking 3+1 3 1
15 None EEP 474 Smart Grid 3+0 3 0
16 EEN 412 EEN 437 Digital Control System 3+1 3 1
17 EET 321 EET 474 Digital Communication System 3+1 3 1
18 EEN 224 EEN 469 Linear Integrated Circuits and Applications 3+1 3 1
19 EEN 224 EEP 474 PLC and Industrial Drives 3+1 3 1
20 EEN 224 EEN 445 Industrial Electronics 3+1 3 1
21 None EEN 434 Computer Networks 3+1 3 1

IDEE Electives

Sr. No. Pre-requisite course code Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Theory Practical
1 None ESC111 Basic Mechanical Engineering 2+0 2 0
2 None GSC104 Surveying and Leveling 2+0 2 0
3 None GSC486 Geographical Information System 2+0 2 0
4 None ENV 440 Energy and Environment 2+0 2 0
5 None EEA 430 Introduction to Mechatronics 3+0 3 0
6 None EEN 438 Introduction to Biomedical Engineering 3+0 3 0
7 None CSC 320 Operating Systems 3+0 3 0
8 None CSC 419 Introduction to Machine Learning 3+0 3 0