The Department’s vision is more of a “learning institution’’ than a mere “teaching institution. It is not a “teaching shop”; obviously the focus is more on knowledge than mere skills. The faculty is individuals who are deep researchers qualified to write and critique contemporary textbooks in the area they teach; obviously they do not teach to a “fixed syllabus”. They “design” the courses taking into account current trends and the student background so as to blend what is collectively taught across different courses into a cohesive body of knowledge that prepares the students not just for to day but to take on the developments that are likely to take place years ahead. What is laid in the courses is a solid foundation that prepares the individual student to pursue academic or industrial career with rigor and innovation which is the prime mission of the program. The lectures are supplemented by tutorials and self-reading (both individually and in groups) as well as projects. It is not sufficient to pick up what is taught in the class or written in the textbooks; it is important to understand, assimilate and demonstrate the individual and collective ability to apply the knowledge to a research / application environment. This is what sets apart our University from the rest of the institutions.
- Provide a basic knowledge of electrical engineering principles along with the required supporting knowledge of mathematics, science, computing, and engineering fundamentals.
- Develop the basic skills needed to perform and design experimental projects. Develop the ability to formulate problems and projects and to plan a process for solution taking advantage of diverse technical knowledge and skills.
- Develop the ability to organize and present information and to have operational skill in writing and speaking English.
- Provide sufficient breadth and depth for successful subsequent graduate study, post-graduate study, or lifelong learning programs.
- Provide an appreciation for the broad spectrum of issues arising in professional practice, including teamwork, leadership, safety, ethics, service, economics, and professional organizations.
There is a lot of job opportunity in the field of electrical and electronics engineering.
- An electrical & electronics engineer designs, develops and maintains the electrical, electronics and computer control system to the required specifications, and focusing on economy, reliability, safety, sustainability and quality.
- Telecom industries, transportation network, IT industries, airplane & airspace manufacturing industries, and production and the distribution of power are some of the specific fields of career development.
- An electrical & electronics engineer can work any kind of power sector. Nuclear power plant is under construction in Bangladesh. An electrical & electronics engineer has also huge scopes in this sector.
- An electrical & electronics engineer can work with the industries deals in product development, control system, system management, product design, sales, consumer’s electronics, transportation, wireless communication, manufacturing, chemical, automotive, defense and space research organizations.
- The Electrical and Electronic Engineers are also applicable for maximum types of Govt. jobs.
- Interested candidates can also build their career in teaching field. They can join prestigious institutions for lecturer job after earning Master of Technology (M.Tech) degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering. One can also do research work after earning doctoral degree.
The B.Sc. in EEE program consists of dual semesters in every year. A student will have to successfully complete total of 169.00 credits comprising of 33.00 credits Basic Science and Mathematics courses, 85.00 Electrical core courses, 16.50 Elective courses, 25.00 Language and General Education courses and 9.50 credits by other Engineering departments. In the final dual semester, students would be required to give a presentation on their thesis. Moreover, for practical orientation, students will be given the opportunity of industrial training.
Each Academic Year is divided into dual semesters (Odd and Even)) of equal interval and all programs operate on this dual semester’s system. There will be total 22 weeks of active classes within the total 26 weeks in a dual semesters. In each semester, there will be 3 periods per week for a 3 credits course. The Odd semester spans from January to June, the Even from July to December. In each semester, the classes usually start in the second week of the beginning month and final exams in the third week of the last month of the dual semester. The academic calendar provides the deadlines for advising, registration, adding/dropping of courses, exam dates, holidays and other information.
- Social responsibility: Social responsibility is a key component of our work in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering – evidenced by the social and economic impact of our research.
- Research with impact: Research throughout the Department is helping to support social and economic change.
- Environmental sustainability: Electrical engineering aims to provide technical solutions for climate change via the research and development of renewables, energy storage systems and clean technology. Our Department centered on these challenges, specifically electrical energy and power systems.
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