MS in Electrical Engineering

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • Minimum 16 years of formal Education.
  • BSc/BE Degree in Electrical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Telecom Engineering and related fields
  • Minimum CGPA of 2.0 or equivalent.
  • NTS General with minimum 50% cumulative score or University test with 60 % marks.

MS PROGRAM STRUCTURE

The MS program requirement is 32 credit hours, which includes minimum 26 credit hours of course work and 06 credit hours of thesis involving research work.

OFFERED SPECIALIZATIONS

  • Communication Systems Engineering
  • Power & Energy Engineering
  • Signal and image Processing
  • Control Engineering

STUDY PLAN – B

Applicant who has completed their 16 years education at least 3 years before the date of enrolment can opt for Plan B, where they can study 2 courses of 3 credits hours each instead of Thesis.

Key Facts

Degree Title:

MS in Electrical Engineering.

Duration:

The degree has a minimum requirement of 2 years (four regular semesters) and a maximum of 4 years.

Credit Hours:

Total number of credit hours required to complete the degree is 32 credit hours each

Award of Degree:

The degree will be awarded to students who maintain a minimum CGPA of 2.5/4.00 .

SCHEME OF STUDIES

Semester 1

Course Title
Cr. Hours
Core Course-1
3
Core Course-2
3
Area Elective Course-1
3
Total
9

 

Semester 2

Course Title
Cr. Hours
Area Elective Course-2
3
Area Elective Course-3
3
Open/ Cross Area Course-1
3
Research Methodology
2
Total
11

 

Semester 3

Course Title
Cr. Hours
Open/ Cross Area Course-2
3
Area Elective course-4
3
MS Thesis
3
Total
9

 

 

Semester 4

Course Title
Cr. Hours
MS Thesis
3
Total
3

 

List of core and compulsory courses for different specialization
Code Subject Name
Cr. Hours
EEM-601 Advanced Engineering Mathematics (Compulsory for all Specialization)
3
EEE-501 Research Methodology for Engineers (Compulsory for all Specialization)
2
ECM-501 Analog and Digital Communication (for communication / signal & image Processing)
3
EPE-501 Power Generation and Utilization (for Power System Engineering)
3
ECL-501 Advanced Linear Control Systems (for Power System Engineering)
3