Body of Knowledge

The bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering is designed to prepare graduates for responsible engineering positions in design, development, applications, and operation in the fields of communications, control systems, digital signal processing, electromagnetics, digital and analog electronic circuits, biomedical, computer and power systems. The curriculum is built around a strong basic core of mathematics, physics and engineering science.
The body of knowledge in electrical engineering represented in the curriculum is listed in the table below.

Code Description
EE-CAL Calculus
EE-PHY Physiscs
EE-CHE Chemistry
EE-PRS Probabilty & Statistics
EE-ENM Advanced Mathematics
EE-DSC Discrete Structures
EE-DIG Digital Systems
EE-ELE Electronics and Microelectronics
EE-CSG Circuits and Signals
EE-PRF Programming and Problem Solving
EE-ELM Electromagnetic & Optics
EE-POW Power Systems
EE-TLM Telecommunication System
EE-CAO Computer Architecture and Organization
EE-DSP Digital Signal Processing
EE-MES Microprocessor & Embedded Systems
EE-MTE Electrical Engineering Materials
EE- ICS Instrumentation and Control
EE-SYE System Engineering
EE-SPR Social and Professional Issues
EE-HWI Hardware Implementation
EE-MET Modern Engineering Tools