Course Outline Of M.sc In Electrical And Electronic Engineering In Brac University

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Structure of the Masters Degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Courses required for the Masters Degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering with major in Telecommunication/Electronics/Power System consist mainly of electronics/telecommunication/power system core courses, elective courses and a project/thesis. Each student is required to successfully complete a minimum of 36 credit hours with a minimum CGPA of 2.65 out of 4 to graduate. A student may also complete an optional non-credit Internship course. The duration of internship will be a maximum of 8 weeks. A student may also be required to take remedial and supplementary non-credit courses to improve study skills, presentation and communication skills.

The minimum duration of the M. Sc../M.Engg. program shall normally be three semesters. Maximum duration to complete the program is five years from the date of first admission in the program. Full time students must register for a minimum of 9 credit hours and a maximum of 15 credit hours per semester. A part time student may register for a maximum of 6 credit hours of course in any semester.

Credit distributions for M.Sc./M.Engg. Degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering are as follows:

M.Sc. in Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Courses = 18 credits
Thesis = 18 credits

M.Engg. in Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Courses = 30 credits
Project = 6 credits

Students of M.Sc./M.Engg. in Electrical and Electronic Engineering with major in Telecommunication or Electronics or Power System have to take minimum three core courses from major area and three elective courses from course areas, outside the area of major.

Students intending to do major in Telecommunication will take at least three core courses from the following list of courses and will take at least three elective courses from multiple course areas outside the area of Telecommunication:

1. EEE 510: Signals, Systems and Stochastic Process (3 credits)
2. EEE 511: Cellular Mobile Communication (3 credits)
3. EEE 512: Telecommunication Transmission Technologies (3 credits)
4. EEE 513: Communication Services Networks (3 credits)
5. EEE 514: Optical Communication System (3 credits)
6. EEE 520: Advanced Digital Communications (3 credits)

Students intending to do major in Electronics will take at least three core courses from the following list of courses and will take at least three elective courses from multiple course areas outside the area of Electronics:

1. EEE 510: Signals, Systems and Stochastic Process (3 credits)
2. EEE 540: Advanced Semiconductor Devices (3 credits)
3. EEE 541: Advanced VLSI Design (3 credits)
4. EEE 542: Advanced Digital Signal Processing (3 credits)
5. EEE 543: Power Semiconductor Circuits and Drives (3 credits)
6. EEE 550: Advanced CMOS Technology (3 credits)

Students intending to do major in Power System will take at least three core courses from the following list of courses and will take at least three elective courses from multiple course areas outside the area of Power System:

1. EEE 560: Optimization of Power System Operation (3 credits)
2. EEE 561: Advanced Protective Relays (3 credits)
3. EEE 562: Power System Stability (3 credits)
4. EEE 563: Power System Planning (3 credits)
5. EEE 564: Advanced Machine Design (3 credits)
6. EEE 574: Modern Control Theory (3 credits)

Students intending to do M.Engg. degree with major in Telecommunication/Electronics/Power System will take four additional courses with their three core and three elective courses.

Thesis/Project
In addition to successful completion of course works every student shall submit a thesis/project on his/her research work, fulfilling the requirements as detailed below.

Every candidate submitting a thesis/project in partial fulfilling of the requirements of a degree, shall be required to appear at an oral examination, on a date or dates fixed by the chair of the department and must satisfy the examiners that he/she is capable of intelligently applying the results of this research to the solution of problems, of undertaking independent work, and also show evidence of satisfactory knowledge related to the theory and technique used in his/her research work.

Admission Criteria
A student must have B.Sc. in Electrical and Electronic Engineering/ Electrical Engineering/ Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering/ Electronic and Communication Engineering or equivalent degree in related areas. Students having B.Sc. degree in Computer Science /Computer Science and Engineering need to take a number of undergraduate prerequisite courses listed below. A number of courses may be waived if the candidate has already completed equivalent courses. The student must have a minimum CGPA of 2.50 out of 4 or at least a second class in B.Sc.

List of Undergraduate Prerequisite Courses

EEE 201: Electrical Circuits I (3 credits)
EEE 203 : Electrical Circuits II (3 credits)
EEE 205 : Electronic Devices and Circuits I (3 credits)
EEE 207 : Electronic Devices and Circuits II (3 credits)
EEE 209 : Semiconductor Devices and Materials (3 credits)
EEE 211 : Digital Logic Design (3 credits)
EEE 221 : Energy Conversion I (3 credits)
EEE 223 : Energy Conversion II (3 credits)
EEE 241 : Electromagnetic Waves and Fields (3 credits)
EEE 243 : Signals and Systems (3 credits)
EEE 301 : Digital Electronics and Pulse Techniques (3 credits)
EEE 321 : Power System I (3 credits)
EEE 341: Introduction to Communication Engineering (3 credits)

List of M.Sc./M.Engg. Courses

EEE 500: Thesis (18 credits)
EEE 501: Project (6 credits)
EEE 502: Internship (non-credit)
EEE 510: Signals, Systems and Stochastic Process (3 credits)
EEE 511: Cellular Mobile Communication (3 credits)
EEE 512: Telecommunication Transmission Technologies (3 credits)
EEE 513: Communication Services Networks (3 credits)
EEE 514: Optical Communication System (3 credits)
EEE 520: Advanced Digital Communications (3 credits)
EEE 521: Digital Wireless Communications and Networks (3 credits)
EEE 522: Telecommunications Business Environment (3 credits)
EEE 523: Network and Services Management (3 credits)
EEE 524: Mobile Communication System Planning (3 credits)
EEE 525: Communications Systems Modeling (3 credits)
EEE 530: Broadband Networks (3 credits)
EEE 531: Data Network Protocols (3 credits)
EEE 532: Network Security (3 credits)
EEE 533: Wavelets and Applications (3 credits)
EEE 534: Advanced Data Communication (3 credits)
EEE 535: Information Theory, Coding, and Detection (3 credits)
EEE 540: Advanced Semiconductor Devices (3 credits)
EEE 541: Advanced VLSI Design (3 credits)
EEE 542: Advanced Digital Signal Processing (3 credits)
EEE 543: Power Semiconductor Circuits and Drives (3 credits)
EEE 550: Advanced CMOS Technology (3 credits)
EEE 552: Laser Theory (3 credits)
EEE 554: Application Specific Integrated Circuit Design (3 credits)
EEE 555: Fundamentals of Nanoelectronics Technology (3 credits)
EEE 560: Optimization of Power System Operation (3 credits)
EEE 561: Advanced Protective Relays (3 credits)
EEE 562: Power System Stability (3 credits)
EEE 563: Power System Planning (3 credits)
EEE 564: Advanced Machine Design (3 credits)
EEE 570: Transients in Power System (3 credits)
EEE 571: Reliability of Power System (3 credits)
EEE 572: Modern Power System Modeling (3 credits)
EEE 573: Generalized Machine Theory (3 credits)
EEE 574: Modern Control Theory (3 credits)
EEE 580: Computer and Machine Vision (3 credits)
EEE 581: Speech Recognition (3 credits)
EEE 582: Image and Video Compression (3 credits)
EEE 590: Special Topics (3 credits)
EEE 591: Independent Study (3 credits)

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