BS Electrical Engineering

About The Program

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Capital University of Science & Technology provides a strong foundation for those wishing to pursue a career in Electrical Engineering through a diverse range of theoretical skills and practical experience. Strong partnerships with industry and funded research provide great opportunities for undergraduate students to carry their research, projects and internships. Other pragmatic learning programs provide opportunities for students to gain relevant real-world experience during their program of study. In addition to the professional development of the students, a conducive environment is provided to enhance their personality and ethical values. This enables our Engineering graduates to positively contribute in their professional engineering career as well as in society. Faculty at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Capital University of Science and Technology, is highly qualified and vastly experienced. Most of the Faculty members are qualified from abroad and they are actively involved in teaching, research and industrial R&D. Our main areas of interest are:

  • Telecommunications
  • Control and Automation
  • Industrial and Power Electronics
  • Signal and Image Processing
  • Microwave Engineering
  • Computer Networks
  • Microelectronics.
  • Power Systems

Admission Requirements

  • Higher Secondary School Certificate (F.Sc. Pre-Engineering) or Equivalent with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics securing at least 60% marks in aggregate
    OR
    Intermediate of Computer Science (ICS) or Equivalent with Physics, Computer Science and Mathematics securing at least 60% marks in aggregate
    OR
    Diploma of Associate Engineering in relevant disciplines securing at least 60% marks in aggregate.
  • CUST Admission Test or HEC Approved Test.

Degree Requirements

 

AREA Cr. Hrs.
General Education 38

Major (Disciplinary Requirements)

  1. Foundation Courses
  2. Breadth Courses
  3. Depth Courses
  4. Computer and Information Sciences
23
24
22
07
Multidisciplinary Engineering Courses 06
Flexible Engineering/ Non-Engineering Courses 08
Final Year Design Project (FYDP) /Capstone 06
Industrial Internship 00
Community Service 00

General Education Courses (38 Cr. Hrs.)

Course Title Code Cr. Hrs.
Pakistan Studies EEG1022 2
Functional English EEG1133 3
Calculus and Analytical Geometry EEG1513 3
Technical Report Writing EEG2153 3
Islamic Studies EEG2012 2
Personal Grooming EEG1212 2
Sociology EEG1412 2
Probability and Statistics EEG2523 3
Applied Physics EEG1312 2
Applied Physics Lab EEG1311 1
Information and Communication Technologies EEG1612 2
Information and Communication Technologies Lab EEG1611 1
Civics and Professional Ethics EEG2812 2
Entrepreneurship EEG2712 2
Applied Differential Equations MTEE1043 3
Complex Variables and Transforms MTEE2053 3
MTEE2053 MGTE4062 2

Foundation Courses (23 Cr. Hrs.)

Course Title Code Cr. Hrs.
Workshop Practice EE1021 1
Linear Circuit Analysis EE1213 3
Linear Circuit Analysis Lab EE1211 1
Basic Electronics EE2223 3
Basic Electronics Lab EE2221 1
Signals & Systems EE2613 3
Signals & Systems Lab EE2611 1
Electrical Network Analysis EE2253 3
Electromagnetic Fields & Waves EE2513 3
Digital Logic Design EE2313 3
Digital Logic Design Lab EE2311 1

 

Breadth Courses (24 Cr. Hrs.)

Course Title Code Cr. Hrs.
Micro-processor and Comp. Arch EE3323 3
Micro-processor and Comp. Arch Lab EE3321 1
Communication Systems EE3713 3
Communication Systems Lab EE3711 1
Electrical Machines EE3283 3
Electrical Machines Lab EE3281 1
Linear Control System EE4813 3
Linear Control System Lab EE4811 1
Power Generation Transmission and Distribution EE3123 3
Power Generation Transmission and Distribution Lab EE3121 1
Instrumentation and Measurements EE3263 3
Instrumentation and Measurements Lab EE3261 1

Depth Courses (22 Cr. Hrs.)

Course Title Code Cr. Hrs.
Electronics Circuit Design EE2233 3
Electronics Circuit Design Lab EE2231 1
Power System Analysis and Protection EE4193 3
Power System Analysis and Protection Lab EE4191 1
ASIC Design and FPGA EE4273 3
ASIC Design and FPGA Lab EE4271 1
Power Electronics EE4293 3
Power Electronics Lab EE4291 1
Technical Elective-I EE4xx3 3
Technical Elective-II EE4xx3 3

Computer and Information Systems – C & I (07 Cr. Hrs.)

Course Title Code Cr. Hrs.
Artificial Intelligence EE4693 3
Artificial Intelligence Lab EE4691 1
Computer Programming CSEE1122 2
Computer Programming Lab CSEE1121 1
Basic Mechanical Engineering MEEE2023 3
Basic Mechanical Engineering Lab MEEE2021 1
Geoinformatics CEEE2133 3
Occupational Health & Safety HMEE1071 1

Flexible Engineering/ Non-Engineering Courses-F-E/NE (8 Cr. Hrs)

Course Title Code Cr. Hrs.
Engineering Drawing (CAD) EE1011 1
OOP and Data Structures CSEE2123 3
OOP and Data Structures Lab CSEE2121 1
Linear Algebra MTEE1033 3

Final Year Design Project (FYDP) / Capstone (06 Cr. Hrs.)

After the completion of 90 Cr. Hrs., the students are required to register for Design Project (Part-I) of 3 Cr. Hrs. in the 7th semester of their degree program. Design Project (Part-II) of 3 Cr. Hrs. can be taken in the next i.e. 8th semester provided Design Project (Part-I) is passed.

Course Title Code Cr. Hrs.
Design Project (Part-I) EE4912 2
Design Project (Part-II) EE4914 4

Industrial Internship (EE4000)

Each student is required to complete 8 weeks industrial internship training usually after 6th semesters or on the completion of 90 Cr. Hrs. The internship shall be graded as pass / fail.

Community Service (VIS3000)

Each student is required to complete 65 hours community work, usually after 1st semester which would be a prerequisite for the award of degree. It will be assessed as satisfactory (S) / unsatisfactory (US). In case of unsatisfactory, it will be done from scratch.

Technical Elective Courses

Students are required to take 06 Cr. Hrs. as technical elective courses. A list of technical elective courses is given below:

Course Title Code Cr. Hrs.
Electric Vehicles EE4413 3
Embedded Systems EE3333 3
Digital Signal Processing EE4623 3
Computer Vision EE4683 3
Digital Image Processing EE4633 3
High Voltage Engineering EE4813 3
Internet of Things EE4423 3
Network Design & Management EE4763 3
Industrial Electronics EE4263 3
Smart Grid & Renewable Energy Systems EE4433 3
Microwave Engineering EE4523 3
Antenna Theory & Design EE4533 3
Numerical Analysis EE2403 3
Computer Communication Networks EE4713 3
Wireless Communication EE4733 3

CGPA Requirement

A student is required to earn a minimum 2.00 / 4.00 CGPA on the completion of his/her degree requirements.

Program Duration

This is a four-year degree program comprising of 8 semesters. There will be a Fall and a Spring semester in each year. The summer semester will be utilized for internship or deficiency courses. The maximum duration to complete BS Electrical Engineering degree is 07 years.

Semester - 1

 

Course Code Course Title Lec. Hrs Lab. Hrs Cr. Hrs.
EEG 1022 Pakistan Studies 2 0 2
EEG 1133 Functional English 3 0 3
EEG 1612 Information and Communication Technologies 2 0 2
EEG 1611 Information and Communication Technologies Lab 0 3 1
EEG 1513 Calculus and Analytical Geometry 3 0 3
EEG 1312 Applied Physics 2 0 2
EEG 1011 Applied Physics Lab 0 3 1
EE 1011 Engineering Drawing (CAD) 0 3 1
HMEE 1071 Occupational Health & Safety 1 0 1

 

Semester - 2

Course Code Course Title Lec. Hrs Lab. Hrs Cr. Hrs.
HMEE 1023 English – II (Communications Skills) 3 0 3
CSEE 1123 Computer Programming 3 3 3
CSEE 1121 Computer Programming Lab 3 3 1
MTEE 1033 Linear Algebra 3 0 3
MTEE 1043 Applied Differential Equation 3 0 3
EE 1213 Linear Circuit Analysis 3 0 3
EE 1211 Linear Circuit Analysis Lab 3 3 1
EE 1021 Workshop Practice 3 3 1

Semester - 3

 

 

Course Code Course Title Lec. Hrs Lab. Hrs Cr. Hrs.
CSEE 2123 OOP and Data Structures 3 0 3
CSEE 2121 OOP and Data Structures Lab 0 3 1
EE 2253 Electrical Network Analysis 3 0 3
EEG 2012 Islamic Studies 2 0 2
EEG 2712 Entrepreneurship 2 0 2
EEG 2153 Technical Report Writing 3 0 3
EEG 2523 Probability and Statistics 3 0 3

Semester - 4

 

 

Course Code Course Title Lec. Hrs Lab. Hrs Cr. Hrs.
MTEE 2053 Complex Variables and Transforms 3 0 3
EE 2223 Basic Electronics 3 0 3
EE 2221 Basic Electronics Lab 0 3 1
EE 2313 Digital Logic Design 3 0 3
EE 2311 Digital Logic Design Lab 0 3 1
EE 2223 Electrical Machines 3 0 3
EE 2221 Electrical Machines Lab 0 3 1
EEG 2812 Civics and Professional Ethics 2 0 2

Semester - 5

 

Course Code Course Title Lec. Hrs Lab. Hrs Cr. Hrs.
EE 3333 Microprocessor & Computer Architecture 3 0 3
EE 3323 Microprocessor & Computer Architecture Lab 0 3 1
EE 2613 Signals & Systems 3 0 3
EE 2611 Signals & Systems Lab 0 3 1
EE 2233 Electronics Circuit Design 3 0 3
EE 2231 Electronics Circuit Design Lab 0 3 1
EE 2513 Electromagnetic Fields & Waves 3 0 3
MTEE 4062 Project Management 3 0 3

Semester - 6

Course Code Course Title Lec. Hrs Lab. Hrs Cr. Hrs.
EE 3713 Communication Systems 3 0 3
EE 3711 Communication Systems Lab 0 3 1
MEEE 3023 Basic Mechanical Engineering 3 0 3
MEEE 3031 Basic Mechanical Engineering Lab 0 3 1
EE 3263 Instrumentation & Measurement 3 0 3
EE 3261 Instrumentation and Measurement Lab 0 3 1
EE 3123 Power Generation Transmission and Distribution 3 0 3
EE 3121 Power Generation Transmission and Distribution Lab 0 3 1

Semester - 7

Course Code Course Title Lec. Hrs Lab. Hrs Cr. Hrs.
MGT 4xx3 Technical Elective-I 3 0 3
EE 4193 Power System Analysis and Protection 3 0 3
EE 4191 Power System Analysis and Protection Lab 0 3 1
EE 4273 ASIC Design and FPGA 3 0 3
EE 4271 ASIC Design and FPGA Lab 0 3 1
EE 4693 Artificial Intelligence 3 0 3
EE 4691 Artificial Intelligence Lab 0 3 1
EE 4912 Design Project Part – I 0 6 2

Semester - 8

Course Code Course Title Lec. Hrs Lab. Hrs Cr. Hrs.
CEEE 2133 Geoinformatics 1 0 1
EE 4813 Linear Control Systems 3 0 3
EE 4811 Linear Control Systems Lab 0 3 1
EE 4xx3 Technical Elective -II 3 0 3
EE 4293 Power Electronics 3 0 3
EE 4291 Power Electronics Lab 0 3 1
EE 4924 Design Project Part – II 0 12 4

 

Sr. # Statement
  PEO-1 Serve competently in national and international industry or academia by showing requisite knowledge and skills in the field of Electrical Engineering.
  PEO-2 Exhibit quest for learning and initiative through elevation in education or growth in professional status.
  PEO-3 Demonstrate commitment to ethical practices, community service and societal contribution.
Sr. # Learning Objective Statement
  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 & 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 Ethics

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

  PLO-9 Individual and Team Work

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.