B.E (Electrical Engineering)

BE Electrical Engineering is a 4-year degree that develops in you solid technical expertise in power engineering, control systems, electronics, signal & image processing, electronics, and engineering management. The curriculum caters to the needs of the 21st century and provides you with hands-on experience to prepare you for real-world applications.

Our highly-experienced faculty will teach you how to be innovative, creative, and flexible in creating state-of-the-art engineering solutions by combining analytical, computational, numerical, and technical tools in a systematic way.

Accredited by Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC) and aligned with Washington Accord, our BE Electrical Engineering is recognized both nationally and internationally  for its quality and relevance.

Our main areas of interest are Communication & Sensors, Power Electronics & Renewable Energy Systems, Signal & Image Processing, Embedded System Design, Power Systems, Industrial Control & Automation, & Embedded System Design.

What opportunities might BE Electrical Engineering lead to?

Electrical engineers design, develop and maintain electrical control systems and components in the following sectors:

  • Transport
  • Construction
  • Power Generation
  • Manufacturing
  • Communications
  • Defense
  • Aerospace
  • Automative

Why BE Electrical Engineering with us?

Accreditation from Pakistan Engineering Council means that we equip our graduates with the skill set that is required by industry and professionals. Besides quality education, we have built an environment that develops strong problem-solving, communication, and teamwork skills that are required to excel as a person and professional.

Career Prospects

The engineering profession offers excellent career prospects, with diverse opportunities available in various sectors. Engineers are highly sought after in industries such as construction, manufacturing, energy, telecommunications, transportation, technology and even teaching as a lecturer or professor.

One of the significant advantages of an engineering profession is the high demand for engineering skills, which translates into a stable and rewarding career path. Engineers can expect to earn competitive salaries and have opportunities for career advancement and professional growth.

Additionally, engineering is a field that requires innovation and creativity, with engineers often tasked with developing new technologies and solutions to complex problems. This can be incredibly fulfilling for those who enjoy problem-solving and making a tangible impact in the world.

The engineering profession also offers flexibility in terms of career paths, with opportunities available in areas such as research and development, management, consulting, teaching, and entrepreneurship. With such a broad range of options, engineers can find a career path that aligns with their interests and strengths.

After completion of an engineering degree, there are various paths to choose from. One can opt to pursue further education or land a job, given the plentiful opportunities available.

Some of the best courses to consider are software development, machine learning, blockchain management, data science, MBA, and digital marketing. These courses are designed to meet global standards and provide students with specialized knowledge in their field of interest.

Overall, the engineering profession is an excellent choice for those who have a passion for problem-solving, innovation, and making a positive impact in the world.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

  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 by continuously broadening their abilities and enhancing their technical skills to maintain their relevance with technological change.
  PEO-3 Demonstrate commitment to ethical practices, community service and societal contribution.

Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs)

   PLO-1 Engineering Knowledge

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

  PLO-2 Problem Analysis:

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:

Design solution 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 consideration.

  PLO-4 Investigation

Investigate complex engineering problems in a methodical way including literature survey, design and conduct of experiments.

  PLO-5 Modern Tool Usage:

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:

Apply reasoning information by contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development..

  PLO-7 Environment and Sustainability:

Understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and 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:

Work effectively, as an individual or in a team, on multifaceted and/or multidisciplinary settings.

  PLO-10 Communication

Communicate effectively, orally as well in writing, on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as being able to comprehend and write effective report and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

  PLO-11 Project Management:

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:

Recognize importance of, and pursue lifelong learning in broader context of innovation and technological developments.

Admission Requirements

  • Higher Secondary School Certificate or equivalent with Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry securing at least 60% marks in aggregate OR Diploma of Associate Engineer Examination in Electrical / Electronic securing at least 70% aggregate marks.
  • Entry test and interview.

Program Duration

  • This is a four-year degree program comprising 8 regular semesters.
  • There is a Fall semester and a Spring semester each year.
  • Summer semester is utilized for internship or deficiency courses only.
  • The maximum duration to complete the BE program is 7 years.

Degree Requirements

Each candidate for the BE Electrical Engineering degree is required to successfully earn 136 credit hours as per the following detail:

Each candidate of BE (Electrical Engineering) is required to:

  • Complete at least 136 credit hours with a minimum 2.0 of 4.0 CGPA.
  • Complete a senior design project (SDP) during the fourth year of his studies.
    • The student must complete at least 90 credit hours of coursework prior to registering for the SDP.
  • Undergo a mandatory 6–8-week internship.
    • The internship is usually taken after passing 60 credit hours. The internship is closely monitored by an internship coordinator. Successful completion of internship is a mandatory requirement for graduation.

Non-Engineering Courses

Knowledge Profile Knowledge Area Subject Area Courses Theory Credit
Lab Credit Hour Total Credit Hour Total Number of Courses
(Subject Area)
Total Number of Credit Hours
(Subject Area)
WK-7 Humanities English English-I
2 0 2 3 7
English-II (Communication) 2 0 2
Technical Writing 3 0 3
Culture Pakistan Studies 2 0 2 2 4
Islamic Studies / Ethics 2 0 2
Social Sciences Professional and Social Ethics 3 0 3 1 3
WK-7 Management Sciences Entrepreneurship 3 0 3 2 6
Principles of Management 3 0 3
Natural Sciences Math Calculus and Analytical Geometry 3 0 3 5 14
Linear Algebra 2 0 2
Complex Variables and Transforms 3 0 3
Probability and Statistics 3 0 3
Numerical Analysis 3 0 3
Physics Applied Physics 3 1 4 1 4
Subtotal (Non-Engineering) 37 1 38 14 38

Engineering Courses

Knowledge Profiles Knowledge Area Courses Theory Credit
Lab Credit Hour Total Credit Hour Total Credit Hour Total Number of Courses
WK-2 Computing Introduction to Computing 3 1 4 2 8
Computer Programming 3 1 4
Foundation Object Oriented Programming 3 1 4 7 26
Discrete Structures 3 0 3
Data Structure & Algorithms 3 1 4
Database Management Systems 3 1 4
Data Communications & Networking 3 1 4
Operating Systems 3 1 4
Formal Methods in Software Engineering
Engineering Drawing
3 0 3
Breadth Software Engineering 3 1 4 8 34
Software Construction and Development 3 0 3
Design and Analysis of Algorithms 3 0 3
Software Project Management 3 0 3
Software Architecture 2 1 3
Software Quality Engineering 3 0 3
Human Computer Interaction 3 0 3
Information and Network Security 3 0 3
Software Requirement Engineering 3 0 3
Web Engineering 3 0 3
Operations Research 3 0 3
WK-1/WK-2/WK-3/WK-4 IDEE IoT 3 0 3 3 8
Introduction to Embedded System 3 0 3
Quality, Health, Safety and Environment 2 0 2
WK-5/WK-6 Depth Depth Elective – I 3 0 3 4 10
Depth Elective – II 3 0 3
Depth Elective – III 3 0 3
Depth Elective – IV 3 0 1
Project Final Year – I 0 2 2 2 6
Final Year Project – II 0 4 4
WK-6/WK-7 Industrial Training
Atleast 6-8 week internship 0 0 0 0 0
Subtotal (Engineering) 39 28 93 28 92

Curriculum/Plan of Study

Semester I

Course ID Course Title Theory Lab Prerequisite
MT1140 Calculus and Analytical Geometry 3 0
SS1420 Pakistan Studies 2 0
EE1030 Introduction to Electrical and Computer Engineering 3 0
CE1420 Computing Workshop 0 1
NS1240 Applied Physics 3 0
NS1241 Applied Physics Lab 0 1
SS1120 English – I (Comprehension) 2 0
EE1020 Engineering Workshop 0 1
Total 13 3 16

Semester II

Course ID Course Title Theory Lab Prerequisite
MT1210 Linear Algebra 2 0
EE1120 Circuit Analysis – I 3 0
EE1121 Circuit Analysis – I Lab 0 1
CE1410 Computer Programming 3 0
CE1411 Computer Programming Lab 0 1
EE1220 Basic Electronics 3 0
EE1221 Basic Electronics Lab 0 1
SS1130 English – II (Communication) 2 0 SS1120
SS1400 Islamic Studies 2 0
Total 15 3 18

Semester III

Course ID Course Title Theory Lab Prerequisite
EE2203 Digital Logic Design 3 0
EE2201 Digital Logic Design Lab 0 1
EE2220 Electronic Circuit Design 3 0 EE1220
EE2221 Electronic Circuit Design Lab 0 1 EE1220
MT2110 Complex Variables and Transforms 3 0
PM4010 Engineering Project Management 3 0
EE2020 Engineering Drawing 0 1
EE2120 Circuit Analysis – II 2 0 EE1120
EE2121 Circuit Analysis – II (Lab) 0 1 EE1120
Total 14 4 18

Semester IV

Course ID Course Title Theory Lab Prerequisite
MT2200 Differential Equations 3 0 MT1140
EE2130 Signals and Systems 3 0 MT1140
EE2131 Signals and Systems Lab 0 1 MT1140
EE3240 Instrumentation and Measurement 3 0 EE2220
EE3241 Instrumentation and Measurement (Lab) 0 1 EE2220
EE3610 Microcontroller-based Systems 3 0 EE2203
EE3611 Microcontroller-based Systems (Lab) 0 1 EE2203
MT2300 Probability and Statistics 3 0 MT1140
Total 15 3 18

Semester V

Course ID Course Title Theory Lab Prerequisite
EE2410 Electromagnetic Fields 3 0 MT2110
EE3310 Electrical Machines 3 0 EE2120
EE3311 Electrical Machines Lab 0 1 EE2120
EE3810 Linear Control Systems 3 0 EE2130
EE3811 Linear Control Systems Lab 0 1 EE2130
MT4410 Numerical Analysis 3 0 MT1210
EE4530 Digital Signal Processing 3 1 EE2130
Total 15 3 18

Semester VI

Course ID Course Title Theory Lab Prerequisite
SS3130 Technical Writing 2 0 SS1130
EE2040 Quality, Health, Safety and Environment 3 0
EE3510 Communication Systems 3 0 EE2130
EE3511 Communication Systems Lab 0 1 EE2130
EE4260 Power Electronics 3 0 EE2220
EE4261 Power Electronics Lab 0 1 EE2220
EE5107 Power System Distribution & Utilization 3 0 EE2120
EE5101 Power System Distribution & Utilization Lab 0 1 EE2120
EE6120 Seminars in Electrical and Computer Engineering 0 1
Total 14 4 18

Semester VII

Course ID Course Title Theory Lab Prerequisite
MG1100 Machine Learning 3 0
MG1101 Machine Learning Lab 0 1
EE4330 Power System Analysis 3 0 EE4260
EE4331 Power System Analysis Lab 0 1 EE4260
EE5108 Depth Elective-I 3 0
EE5108 Depth Elective-I Lab 0 1
EE4050 Final Year Project – 1 0 3 90 credit hour
Total 9 6 15

Semester VIII

Course ID Course Title Theory Lab Prerequisite
MG4700 Entrepreneurship 3 0
EE5109 Depth Elective-II 3 0
EE5101 Depth Elective-II Lab 0 1
SS1430 Professional and Social Ethics 3 0
EC3900 Engineering Economics 2 0
EE4060 Final Year Project – II 0 3 EE4050
Total 11 4 15
Total Credit 136

List of Depth Elective Courses

Code Title Credit Hours Prerequisite
EE4702 Industrial Automation 3+1 Linear Control Systems
EE4306 Power System Protection 3+1 Power Systems Analysis
EE4403 Digital Control Systems 3+1 Linear Control Systems
EE4308 Renewable Energy Systems 3+1 Power Electronics
EE4603 Digital System Design 3+1 Digital Logic Fundamentals
EE4701 Robotics 3+1 Linear Algebra
EE4602 Embedded System Design 3+1 Microcontroller Based Systems