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B.Eng. Electrical & Electronics Engineering

Course Synopsis for Electrical & Electronics Engineering (B.Eng.)

PROGRAMME COURSES


EEE 201 : Fundamentals of Electrical & Electronic Engineering I

2 Credit Units


The place of network theory in Electrical Engineering – Network problems arising in Energy distribution, value and transistor circuits, rotating machines and communication systems.Methods of analysis suitable for the problems in 1 in terms of currents, voltages energy or volt-amperes and insertion loss.Resistors, Electric fields and Capacitors: Loop and Nodal analysis, Magnetic fields & Currents, Electromagnetic induction & Magnetic forces,Self and mutual inductance, R-L-C circuits, transients & steady state.  Solution of a.c. circuits. Time and Frequency domain solution of first order equations.Resonance. Network theorems; three phase circuits.

EEE 202 : Fundamentals of Electrical & Electronic Engineering II

2 Credit Units


Transformers and their principles of operation. Motors, generators; single and poly-phase system. Introduction to instrumentation. Introduction to bionics.

EEE 207: Fundamentals of Electrical & Electronic Engineering Lab. I

1 Credit Unit


Fundamental concepts of hands-on of EEE 201. Fabrication of training modules I and other simple electrical and electronic appliances and tools.

EEE 208: Fundamentals of Electrical & Electronic Engineering Lab. II

1 Credit Unit


All hands-on exercises embedded in EEE 202. Fabrication of training

EEE 301: Electronic Devices & Circuits I

2 Credit Units


Thermionic devices: Thermionic, photo and secondary emission; characteristics, parameters and construction of vacuum diodes, triodes, tetrodes, pentodes, gas-filled devices and photocells; applications; cathodes-ray tube construction and operation. Semiconductor devices: P-N junction diodes formation, characteristics, equation, rating and uses; Description and uses of zener, photo and light emitting diodes, solar cells, formation and principles of operation of bipoles of operation of bipolar junction transistors (BJTs); Characteristics of BJTs in Common base, Common Emitter, Common Collector configurations; small signal parameters and equivalent circuits; transistor ratings, biasing and graphical analysis operation, characteristics and parameters of junction field effect transistors (JFETs) and metal oxide semiconductor field effect transistors (MOSFETs). Amplifiers: Classification of amplifiersClass A, B, C, AB and push-pull; thermal stabilization and heat sinks; methods of coupling amplifiers RC-coupled, Transformer coupled, direct coupled, etc; low frequency, mid-frequency and high frequency analysis of single and multi-stage amplifiers using h-parameters or hybrid II model. Power supplies: Types of sources; performance characteristics of half-wave and full-wave rectifier circuit’s, voltage stabilization.

EEE 302 : Electronic Devices & Circuits II

2 Credit Units


Oscillators:Feedback principles and circuits; feedback and negative resistance. Oscillators; phase-shift. Wien·bridge, Hartley, Colpitts and Crystal Oscillation conditions for oscillation; Frequency stability; Multivibrators bistable, astable and monostable; Clocked flip-flops and Schmitt trigger; Applications of multivibrators as memory devices, clocks, counters (up/down), and shift registers. Integrated Circuits: Planner structure and fabrication processes for discrete device, monolithic and hybrid Ics, thin film and thick film circuits; printed circuits design and fabrication; Typical linear and digital Ics; their properties and applications; assembly and packaging considerations.Operational amplifiers: Characteristics; Analysis and design: Thyristor: Silicon controlled rectifiers (SCRs), triacs and diacs, their theory of operation and characteristics; Applications.

EEE 303: Electrical Machines I (Electromechanical)

2 Credit Units


Magnetic circuits. Basic principles of relays and activators; Ideal transformer. Equivalent circuits and basic analysis of practical transformers. D.C. machine contraction, characteristics of D.C. generators. Excitation of D.C. machines. Torque-speed characteristics of D.C. motors. A.C. machines; production of rotating magnetic fields. Simple theory of three-phase induction motors; Torque speed characteristics, three-phase induction motors Single-phase motors-applications. Selection of motors, for practical applications. Synchronous machines.

EEE 305: Digital Systems & Logic Designs

3 Credit Units


Digital representation of information and binary arithmetic. Position number system, binary coding of alpha numeric characters in the computer, simple error detecting and correcting codes. (parity bits, Hamming codes). Arithmetic in various radio systems, binary arithmetic in combination logic. Boolean algebra, switching function, truth tables, Karnaugh maps etc; Properties of switching functions; canonical forms, N and Nar designs; “don’t cares” minimization of multiple output switching functions; introductory minimization of multiple output switching functions; simple combinational circuit design; encoders, decoders, multiplexer, serial and parallel half and full adders, etc. Hazards in combinational circuit and other design problems. Notion of feedback state and delay in logic circuit; basic difference synchronous sequential circuits; illustration of the use of state transition equations, diagrams, tables etc. in sequential logic by their use in defining the operation of synchronized or clocked flip flops (such as r.s, JKT etc. flip flops). Edge triggered and master flip-flops

EEE 306: Computer Architecture

2 Credit Units


Fundamentals of Computing; Programmable Architecture; Instruction Set Architecture; Machine Model; Machine Language Programming; Computer System Communication Issues;Memory hierarchy; Operating System Issues.

EEE 307: Signals & Systems

2 Credit Units


System modelling. Analog signals. Convolution and correlation. Fourier and Laplace Transforms. Random Processes. Sampled signals and systems. Discrete Fourier transforms. Z transforms, Analog and Digital filters. Control strategies; Open-loop, feed forward and feedback control systems. Stability, performance and sensitivity analyses. Lag and Lead compensation. Frequency domain design. PID controllers. Elements of nonlinear control.

EEE 308: Measurements & Instrumentation

3 Credit Units


General Instrumentation, Basic Meter in DC measurement. Basic meter in AC measurements; rectifier voltmeter, electro-dynamometer and Wattmeter, instrument transformers; DC and AC bridges and their applications; general form of AC bridge universal impedance bridge; Electronic instruments for the measurement of voltage, current resistance and other circuit parameter, electronic voltmeters, AC voltmeters using rectifiers, electronic multimeter, digital voltmeters; oscilloscope: vertical deflection system, horizontal deflection system, probes, sampling CRO, Instruments for generating and analyzing waveforms; square-wave and pulse generator, signal generators, function generators, wave analysers, Electronic counters and their applications: time base circuitry, universal counter measurement modes; Analog and digital data acquisition systems: tape recorders, D/A and A/D conversions, sample and hold circuits.

EEE 309 : Electromagnetic Fields & Waves Theory I

2 Credit Units


Review of vector analysis techniques. Electromagnetic laws in integral forms. Gauss’s law. Ampere’s law. Electromagnetic fields. Magnetic fields in and around current carrying conductors. Varying magnetic fields. Conduction and displacement current. Maxwell’s equation. Ponyting vector.

EEE 310: Principles of Communication Engineering

3 Credit Units


Amplitude modulation; double sideband, single sideband and vestigial sideband modulation schemes; simple modulators, power and bandwidth performance. Angle modulation; frequency modulation, phase modulation, band width requirements, clippers and limiters. Amplitude modulated signal reception; discrimination, frequency tracking loop, phase locked loop and noise performance. Commercial radio systems. Transmission media; attenuation in open space, air, cable and fibre channels; construction of cables and fibres, sampling theorem, pulse amplitude modulation, pulse width modulation, multiplexing, quantization systems and pulse code modulation, delta modulation, courses and correction of errors in PCM and DM.

EEE 311: Electric Circuit Theory I

2 Credit Units


Circuit elements, circuit theorems, applications. Network response to steps, ramp, impulses. Network functions, response to exponential, sinusoidal sources. Laplace transform, polezero analysis, network synthesis, resonance, two-point analysis, ladder network. Star-Delta transformation, T, P Networks.

EEE 312: Electro-technique Laboratory II

2 Credit Units


Telecommunication Laboratory

A laboratory work on telecommunication designed to illustrate topics covered in Communication Principles as well as topics such as passive filters, turned circuits and active analogue filters.

Electronic Circuits Laboratory

A laboratory work on electronic circuits designed to illustrate topics covered in Electronic Circuits.

EEE 313: Data Communication and Networks

2 Credit Units


Introduction to Data communications, LAN topology, access methods, signaling methods.WAN systems. Protocols: Introduction to network protocol. Seven Layer ISO-OSI standard protocols and network architecture. Peer-to-peer, Client Server; and Client-Server Requirements. Information Network Software. Features and benefits of major recovery mechanisms. Network Operating Systems. Internet protocol, IPv4, IPv6. Internet programming, Intranet. System administration, and security issues.

EEE 315: Electro-techniques Laboratory I

2 Credit Units


Electrical Machines Lab. A laboratory work on electrical machines designed to illustrate topics covered in Electromechanical  Devices and Machines. Electronic Circuits Lab. A laboratory work on electronic circuits designed to illustrate topics covered in Electronic Circuits.Digital Electronic Lab. A laboratory work on digital electronics designed to illustrate topics covered in Electronic circuits.

EEE 300: Students’ Industrial Training Programme

3 Credit Units


On the job experience in industry at inductuctory and orientation level of responsibility

EEE 400 : Students’ Industrial Training Programme

3 Credit Units


On the job experience in industry at higher level of responsibility than EEE 300

EEE 401: Electric Power Principles

3 Credit Units


Types of power station, operation, auxiliaries, economics of operation – stations, substations power supply economics, tariffs. Power factor correction. Polyphase theory. DC, AC power distribution, network calculations, Overhead line conductors. Corona effect, voltage control, circuit breakers, load forecast, sitting of generating plants.

EEE 403: Control Engineering I

2 Credit Units


Modeling of physical systems, Dynamic equations of Mechanical, Electrical, Thermal and Fluid flow systems.  Transfer function for mechanical, electrical, and electromechanical control components.  Block diagrams, Signal flow graphs characteristic equations, S-plane roots, and stability.  Performance criteria.  Root locus, Polar and Bode plots.  M-and-N-circuits.  Inverse Nyquist plots.  State space description of control systems. Analogue computer simulation of control systems.

EEE 405: Electric Circuit Theory II

2 Credit Units


Foster-Cauer synthesis. 1-port network-synthesis. Active filters. Approximation to nonlinear characteristics of non-linear resistive circuits. Harmonic analysis techniques. Sensitivity analysis. Use of computer simulation packages is strongly recommended. Introduction to CAD.

EEE 407: Microprocessor Systems & Applications

2 Credit Units


Hardwired logic contrasted with program logic. Microcomputer applications. Elements of microcomputer architecture; bus, microprocessor, memory, input-output, peripherals. Single chip and multichip microcomputers. Overview of available microcomputer systems. Internal architecture; 3-bus concept, microprocessor operation. Microprocessor instruction set; instruction format, addressing modes; instructions execution. Comparison of available microprocessors. Machine language, assembly language and high level language programming. Synthesis of combinational logic circuits with ROMS and PLAs. Review of classical approach to sequential circuit design. The algorithmic state machine chart (ASM) method of representing sequential problems. Realization of sequential circuits using MSI and LSI. Register transfer languages.

EEE 409: Electromagnetic Fields & Waves Theory II

2 Credit Units


Propagation of electromagnetic waves in free space and in material media. Dielectric, conductors and ionized media. Transmission line theory including wave- guides and resonators, the Smith Chart. Radiating elements and antenna theory.

EEE 411: Electronic Engineering & Applications

2 Credit Units


Principles of operations, design consideration and applications of solid state devices.Diodes – PIN, varacter, zener, tunnel, Impatt, Parritt Waveshaping circuits and applications – Linear, pulse, wideband Amplifier, clipping, clamping, comparator, snitching and logic circuits. Sensors operation and applications – Physical Parameters and measurement schemes, integrating sensors in system – Public Address, Telephone, Radio Television, preserver Metrology, fibre optic, radio, medium, telemetry, automotive etc. Microwave amplifier and oscillators, frequency multipliers, switches, detector and mixer circuits. Brief treatment of electron dynamics: electron beam, space charge and klystron waves. Travelling Wave Tubes (TWT) and Traveling Wave Tube Amplifiers (TWTA) and applications. Klystrons and magnetrons etc and their applications. Trends in microwave device and sources development.

EEE 415 : Electrical & Electronic Engineering Lab. I

2 Credit Units


Combination of all Laboratory activities in the class lectures

EEE 501: Final Year Project I

3 Credit Units


Individual student project to deepen knowledge, strengthen practical experience and encourage creativity and independent work. The project ends in a comprehensive written report.

EEE 502: Final Year Project II

3 Credit Units


Second phase of investigations involving the implementation of the designed model, debugging, calibration, testing, data collection and analysis, and presentation of a comprehensive written report of the investigations.

EEE 503: Control Engineering II

3 Credit Units


Frequency analysis, Nyquist plots, criterion, relative stability, M – and N – circles, inverse Nyquist Plots. Bode diagrams, determination of transfer function from asymptotic plot. Nichols chart. Root locus plots. 3-term (PID) controllers. Series and parallel compensation design. Design using Bode, Nichols and Root locus methods.

EEE 504: Digital Signal Processing

3 Credit Units


Overview of signals, systems and signal processing; concepts of discrete-time signal processing and systems necessary for the design and analysis of advanced signal processing technology. Type and selection of ADC/DAC, sampling theorem, aliasing,quantization, noise and coding. Analysis and application of discrete-time signals and systems in transform z-domain: z-transform, properties, transfer stability, causality and difference equations. Discrete Fourier analysis and FFT. Digital time signals and systems, DTFT and IDTFT. Digital filters: definitions and types, structure and design, FIR and IIR filters. Software implementation of DSP algorithms. DSP microprocessors:  Architecture, fixed point and floating point DSP; signal segmentation effects, DSP chips. Practical application of DSP in audio and video.

EEE 505: Power Electronic Devices and Circuits.

3 Credit Units


Switching characteristics of diodes, transistors, and thyristors etc. analysis of diode circuit with Reactive Loads, analysis of circuits using transistors as switches, power control circuits, ACDC Converters, Characteristics of switching transformers, power semi-conductor device protection, examples of Power electronic circuits, solar devices.

EEE 506: Advanced Computer Programming.

2 Credit Units


Introduction to digital computer, their uses and modem programming techniques. Brief history of computers, generation of computers, structure of a general purpose computer general problem solving, systematic development of algorithms, flow diagrams, meaning of logical processes analysis of computational problems coding of programs, verification and validation of programs. Practical experience operating computers, and peripheral equipment. Extensive practice with one or more higher-level language. Emphasis on technical applications. Elementary numerical algorithms.

EEE 507: Probability & Stochastic Processes

3 Credit Units


Estimating Engineering Quantities: Estimators Methods, Confidence Limits and Tolerance. Hypothesis testing; Statistical Inference and Engineering decision situations, operating characteristics curves, parametric and non-parametric tests of engineering data. Introduction to analysis of variance, regression and correlation analysis in industrial system modelling. Statistical computer routines.

EEE 508: Current Trends in Electrical & Electronic Engineering

2 Credit Units


This one-unit course will examine the state-of-the art and topical issues in selected areas of  electrical  and electronic engineering such as communications, electric power systems, control system engineering, control engineering, computer engineering and electronics. The area(s) selected may vary from year to year.

EEE 509: Seminar Presentation II

1 Credit Unit


Weekly presentation of progress report on final project and other practical and laboratory activities

EEE 510 : Equipment Relibility & Safety Technology

2 Credit Units


Introduction to Reliability, maintainability, and metrics. Application to computer hardware systems, communication equipment, power systems and electronic components. Basic maintenance types. Fault troubleshooting techniques. Design for higher reliability, fault tolerance. Software reliability, software safety and hazard analysis. Comparison of hardware and software reliability. Software quality and assurance. Software quality metrics. Ensuring Quality and Reliability: verification and validation, measurement tracking and feedback mechanism, total quality management, risk management.

EEE 511: Radio Frequency Electronic

2 Credit Units


Introduction: Grounding, ground plane, digital ground, analogue ground, power decoupling, inductance and capacitive effects, feed through capacitors. Soldering techniques for pass-through and surface mount components, de-soldering. Bread-boarding, vero-boarding. Wire wrapping techniques. Radio Frequency design and implementation techniques. Printed Circuit Board techniques, and production of PCB. Use of PCB CAD packages. Construction exercises using different prototyping techniques.

EEE 512: Electric Energy Conversion & Storage

2 Credit Units


Electromechanical Energy Conversion, source of motive power. Waste heat recovery. Solar energy and other sources of renewable energy. Wind, geothermal, pumps energy storage, primary and secondary cells, car and heavy vehicle batteries. Testing, fault diagnosis and repairs. Effect of environmental factors on battery life.

EEE 513: Wireless Communication Systems

2 Credit Units


Theory and analysis of wireless portable communication systems. Provides a fundamental understanding of the unique characteristics of these systems. Topics include: Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA), mobile radio propagation, characterization of a Rayleigh fading multi-path channel, diversity techniques, adaptive equalization, channel coding, and modulation/demodulation techniques. Although contemporary cellular and personal communication services (PCS) standards are covered, the course stresses fundamental theoretical concepts that are not tied to a particular standard.

EEE 514: Communication Theory & Practice

2 Credit Units


Microwave frequencies and uses; microwave transmission in transmission lines and wave guides, microwave circuits; impedance transformation and matching, microwave circuits; passive microwave devices, resonant and filter circuits, active microwave devices; Klystron and magnetron tubes and semiconductor devices for microwave generation. Antennae: definitions of elementary parameters related to radiation patterns; dipole and aperture antennae and the related design parameters; introduction to antennae arrays. Radiowave propagation: propagation in the ionosphere, troposphere and in stratified media; principles of scatter propagation; applications in general broadcast, television and satellite communication systems. Radar systems nature of radar and radar equations; composition of a radar system; application of different types of radars.

EEE 515: Digital Communications Systems

2 Credit Units


Digital Conversion of analogue signals: Sampling, aliasing, quantizing and coding principles and techniques. Line codes, Digital to Analogue Conversion principle and systems. Pulse and Data communication systems: analysis and response of linear and nonlinear network; switching theory; Noise immunity and regenerative circuits. Digital modulation techniques: ASK, FSK, PSK, QPSK, QAM. Digital transmission on analogue networks. Fundamentals of digital signal processing. Time and frequency domain analysis of discrete time waveforms. The Z transform and its attributes. Poles and Zeros. Discrete Fourier Transform and its fast implementation (FFT). Elements of digital filter design; introduction to image processing.

EEE 516: Telecommunication Engineering

2 Credit Units


Cable telegraphy and telephony characteristics, cross talk, equation, Poleliness, aerial and underground cables. Telegraph systems: codes, radio systems, terminal equipment (teleprinters, relays, switching systems, and repeaters). Telephone receivers, switching (crossbar, electronic switches), PBX, PABX, Transmission standards, Telephone network structure.

EEE 517: Modern Control Engineering I

2 Credit Units


Digital control; concept of sampling, z – transform, inverse zero-order-hold, stability analysis. State variables of dynamic system, formulation of state vector differential equation, solution state equation, transition matrix, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, stability. Nonlinear control, common types and effects of nonlinearities, phase-plane and describing function analysis, closed loop response and stability.

EEE 518: Computer Communication & Networking

2 Credit Units


Overview. Resource sharing principles and concepts of packet-switching. Packet-switching networks, e.g. the Arpanet, telnet, etc. Fundamental tools; – queuing and network flows.

Performance of teleprocessing systems; principles of network design network performance evaluation, and performances measurements. Deadlocks, degradations and lessons; Protocols for multi-access communications; satellite and ground radio packet switching; Local network architectures; new network services; future trends.

EEE 519: Digital computer networks

2 Credit Units


Communication within computer systems: addressing and databases. CPU – memory – I/O device communications. Communication between systems: host/host versus host/slave relationships, handshaking protocols and sychronisation. Serial versus parallel communications. Hardware elements of network design – terminals, modems, multiplexors, and concentrators. Message and control processors. Communication equipment and carriers. Software elements of computer networks: host operating systems. Message and packet switching. Structure of computer networks: star, ring, and hierarchical networks. Decentralised networks.

EEE 520: Switchgear & High Voltage Engineering

2 Credit Units


Electric field strength; Breakdown mechanisms, thermal breakdown, electro-chemical deterioration in solids, gaseous insulation, gas-gilled circuit breakers, solid insulation, high voltage, breakdown in atmosphere. Corona discharge. Switching impulse voltage, lightning protection.

EEE 521: Industrial Electronics

2 Credit Units


Characteristics and industrial applications of thyristors and other SCR devices. Transducers and their applications in sensing light, voltage pressure, motion, current temperature, etc. Mechanical relays, solid state relays and stepping motors. Real time control and remote control concepts in instrumentation. Micro-processor and micro-computer based systems. Fire alarms, burglar alarms and general home and industrial instrumentation.

EEE 522: Electrical Machines III

2 Credit Units


Transient and steady analysis of poly-phase induction motors, equivalent circuits, characteristics and speed control. Synchronous machine: steady state analysis, saliency and d-q axis analysis, Matrices equations. Synchronous machines transients: Sudden 3-phase short circuit, transformation to d axis and q axis, operational circuit impedance and time constant, model for transient analysis. Synchronous phenomena and sustained oscillators in synchronous machines. Induction machine dynamics and transients: performance during both sudden changes in load and 3-phase fault, models for dynamic analysis, effect of rotor resistance. Elements of electrical machine design. Output equation, main dimensions of AC and DC machines.

EEE 523: Electrical Machine Design

2 Credit Units


Principles of AC and DC machine design: Magnetic Materials for Electric Machines; Stator Laminations & Core Design Studies: Stator Insulation System vs Voltage & Temperature. Phase Induction Machine Design Strategy; Equivalent Circuit, Measurements and Torque vs Speed Plots; Rotor Design for Asynchronous Induction Machines; Permanent Magnet Synchronous Generator Design Principles; Thermal Design considerations for Electric Machines; Electric Machine Cooling Strategies; Mechanical Design Issues for Electrical Machines; Manufacturing Practices of Electrical Machines. Design of Transformer.

EEE 524: Electric Power Systems Engineering II

2 Credit Units


Representation of power systems, power system equation and Analysis, load flow studies, load forecasting, economic operation of power systems, symmetrical components, symmetrical and unsymmetrical faults, various types of relays used in power systems, protection systems of power transmission lines, principles of fault detection, discrimination and clearance, elements of power systems stability.

EEE 525: Power System Communication & Control

2 Credit Units


Review of transmission line theory. High frequency communication on power lines carrier systems and power line carrier applications. Multiplexing, Telemetering, Signal processing and data transmission. Control of power generation, voltage control, system stability, and automatic voltage regulators, regulating transformers.

EEE 526: Modern Control Engineering II

2 Credit Units


Frequency analysis, Nyquist plots, criterion, relative stability, M – and N – circles, inverse Nyquist Plots. Bode diagrams, determination of transfer function from asymptotic plot. Nichols chart. Root locus plots. 3 – term (PID) controllers. Series and parallel compensation design. Design using Bode, Nichols and Root locus methods.

EEE 527: Electric Power Systems Engineering I

2 Credit Units


Power system modelling load-flow analysis, static flow equations, classification of system variables, generalized n-bus system, network model formulation, use of network analyzer and digital computer, optimum operating strategies. Fault analysis. Control strategy. System protection switchgear, circuit breakers.

EEE 528: Modeling & Simulation of Dynamics Systems

2 Credit Units


Introduction to modelling and simulation. Random Number generation and testing. Introduction to special simulation languages (GPSS, SIM-SCRIPT, etc.). Multiple comparison procedure in simulation. Case studies in process design, queuing, production/inventory systems, etc.

EEE 529: Microcontroller & Embedded System’s Design

2 Credit Units


Element of digital computer design, close study of 8-bit, 16-bit and 32-bit, and 64-bit processor: microprogramming, bus organization, addressing schemes, system architecture and instruction execution. Machine code, Assembly and high level Programming. Microprocessor as state machines. Microprocessor Interfacing to analogue systems and interfacing to peripheral devices. Application to D/A and A/D converter. System development tools- simulators and emulators programming. Assemblers and loaders.

Overview of available microcomputer systems. Operating systems compilers Microprocessor applications. Design, construction, programming and testing of microprocessor, Control systems, real time clocks, functions generations.

EEE 530: Intelligent Control Systems

2 Credit Units


Introduction to search methods in AI problems. Self organising systems, information theory, rational decision making, pattern recognition, parametric and non-parametric training for developing pattern classifiers; problem solving. The Minimax and alpha-beta algorithms and heuristic approaches to state space search problems

EEE 531: Industrial Electronics Design

2 Credit Units


Characteristics and industrial applications of thyristors and other SCR devices. Transducers and their applications in sensing light, voltage pressure, motion, current temperature, etc. Mechanical relays, solid state relays and stepping motors. Real time control and remote control concepts in instrumentation. Micro-processor and micro-computer based systems. Fire alarms, burglar alarms and general home and industrial instrumentation.

EEE 532: Fundamentals of VLSI (Very Large Scale Integration) Designs

2 Credit Units


Principles of large-scale nMOS design: stick diagramming; nMOS transistors; switch and gate logics; programmable logic arrays; 2-phase dynamics design; finite state machines; scalable design rules; speed and power considerations; floor planning and communication; layout techniques.

EEE 533: Introduction to Medical Electronic

2 Credit Units


Basic physiological considerations for non-medical personnel. Patient safety and safety code electro-medical apparatus. Transducers for monitoring physiological events. Electro-medical instrumentation analysis and design; EEG; ECG and EMG amplifier design: Applications of sonic and ultrasonic in medical electronics. Applications of microprocessors in the design and analysis of medical instrumentation.

EEE 536: High Frequency & Microwave Electronic

2 Credit Units


A survey of microwave engineering, models in waveguides and resonators, passive components, reactive and resistive elements, directional couples and less ferrite isolators and circulators active components. Klystrons, magnetrons, travelling wave tubes, parametric amplifiers and solid state sources, introduction to reactor. PIN, Gunn-effect diode photodiode, phototransistor.

EEE 534: Solid State Electronic

2 Credit Units


Physics and property of semi-conductors including high field effects, carrier injection and semi-conductor surface phenomena, devices technology, bulk and epitaxial material growth and impurity control, metal-semi-conductor interface properties, stability and methods of characterization: controlled and surface controlled devices.

GENERAL COURSES


GST 001: Communication in English I

2 credit units


Effective communication and writing in English Language skills, essay writing skills (organization and logical presentation of ideas, grammar and style), comprehension, sentence construction, outlines and paragraphs.

GST 002: Communication in English II

2 Credit Units


Logical presentation of papers; Phonetics; Instruction on lexis; Art of public speaking and oral communication; Figures of speech; Précis; Report writing.

GST 003: Use of Library, Study Skills and ICT

2 Credit Units


Brief history of libraries; Library and education; University libraries and other types of libraries; Study skills (reference services); Types of library materials, using library resources including e-learning, e-materials, etc.; Understanding library catalogues (card, OPAC, etc.) and classification; Copyright and its implications; Database resources; Bibliographic citations and referencing. Development of modern ICT; Hardware technology; Software technology; Input devices; Storage devices; Output devices; Communication and internet services; Word processing skills (typing, etc.).

GST 004: Nigerian Peoples and Culture

2 Credit Units


Study of Nigerian history, culture and arts in pre-colonial times; Nigerian’s perception of his world; Culture areas of Nigeria and their characteristics; Evolution of Nigeria as a political unit; Indigene/settler phenomenon; Concepts of trade; Economic self-reliance; Social justice; Individual and national development; Norms and values; Negative attitudes and conducts (cultism and related vices); Re-orientation of moral; Environmental problems.

GST 005: Environment & Sustainable Development

2 Credit Units


Man – his origin and nature; Man and his cosmic environment; Scientific methodology, Science and technology in the society and service of man. Renewable and non-renewable resources – man and his energy resources. Environmental effects of chemical plastics, Textiles, Wastes and other materials, Chemical and radiochemical hazards, Introduction to the various areas of science and technology. Elements of environmental studies.

GST 006: Introduction to Entrepreneurship

2 Credit Units


Introductory Entrepreneurial skills: Relevant Concepts: Enterprise, Entrepreneur, Entrepreneurship, Business, Innovation, Creativity, Enterprising and Entrepreneurial Attitude and Behaviour. History of Entrepreneurship in Nigeria. Rationale for Entrepreneurship, Creativity and Innovation for Entrepreneurs. Leadership and Entrepreneurial Skills for coping with challenge. Unit Operations and Time Management, Creativity and Innovation for Self-Employment in Nigeria. Overcoming Job Creation Challenges. Opportunities for Entrepreneurship, Forms of Businesses, Staffing, Marketing and the New Enterprise. Feasibility Studies and Starting a New Business. Determining Capital Requirement and Raising Capital. Financial Planning and Management. Legal Issues, Insurance and Environmental Considerations. Also to be incorporated, on the other side of the spectrum, are employability skills – interview techniques, Oral Presentation Skills.

FRE 101: Basic Communication in French Lang. I

0 Credit Unit


Introduction to French, Alphabets and numeracy for effective communication (written and oral), Conjugation and simple sentence construction based on communication approach, Sentence construction, Comprehension and reading of simple texts.

FRE 102: Basic Communication in French Lang. II

0 Credit Unit


Furtherance to FRE 101

EVS 111: Introduction to Entrepreneurship

0 Credit Unit


Introductory Entrepreneurial skills: Relevant Concepts: Enterprise, Entrepreneur, Entrepreneurship, Business, Innovation, Creativity, Enterprising and Entrepreneurial Attitude and Behaviour. History of Entrepreneurship in Nigeria.

EVS 112: Entrepreneur Skills, Attitudes & Behaviour

0 Credit Unit


Developing entrepreneurships, building attitudes and enhancing required behaviour.

EVS 211: Entrepreneurship Opportunity Recognition

0 Credit Unit


Creativity and Innovation for Entrepreneurs. Leadership and Entrepreneurial Skills for coping with challenge. Unit Operations and Time Management. Creativity and Innovation for Self-Employment in Nigeria. Overcoming Job Creation.

EVS 212: Entrepreneurship & Self-employment Processes

0 Credit Unit


Selection and getting involved in one major Entrepreneurship skill. Why self-employment?

FRE 201: French Lang. I

0 Credit Unit


Writing composition in French language with emphasis on formal communication in French Language

FRE 202: French Lang. II

0 Credit Unit


Emersion programme in French Language I.

Visiting French village

EVS 311: Business Start Up Principle & Practice I

0 Credit Unit


Profiles of business ventures in the various business sectors such as: Soap/Detergent, Tooth brush and Tooth paste making; Photography; Brick making; Rope making; Brewing; Glassware production/ Ceramic production, Paper production; Water treatment/conditioning/packaging; Food processing / preservation / packaging; Metal fabrication; Tanning industry; Vegetable oil extraction; Farming; Fisheries/aquaculture; Plastic making; Refrigeration/Air-conditioning; Carving, Weaving; Bakery; Tailoring; Printing; Carpentry; Interior Decoration; Animal husbandry etc. Case Study Methodology applied to the development and administration of Cases that bring out key issues of business environment, start-up, pains and gains of growth of businesses, etc. with particular reference to Nigerian businesses. Experience sharing by business actors in the economy with students during Case presentations.

EVS 312: Managing & Growing Business

0 Credit Unit


Continuation of EVS 311

FRE 301: French Language III

0 Credit Unit


The course involves the study of basic elements of French language as applied to professional courses (business, engineering and environmental sciences). At the end of the end of the course, students are expected to be able to introduce themselves and greet in French sentences, write out simple sentences in French and acquire basic words that are related to their disciplines. Introduction to French sounds and spelling, Greetings, Classroom objects, Articles, prepositions, Numbers,Colours, Conjugation of verbs, Adjectives, Days, months, years, Time and weather, Tenses and simple sentence formation.

FRE 302: French Language IV

0 Credit Unit


The course involves the study of basic elements of French language as applied to professional courses (business, engineering and environmental sciences). At the end of the end of the course, students are expected to be able to introduce themselves and greet in French sentences, write out simple sentences in French and acquire basic words that are related to their disciplines. Introduction to French sounds and spelling, Greetings, Classroom objects, Articles, prepositions, Numbers,Colours, Conjugation of verbs, Adjectives, Days, months, years, Time and weather, Tenses and simple sentence formation.

EVS 411: Practical internship & exhibition

0 Credit Unit


Dispaly of real products and internship on marketing and marketing startegies

FRE 401: French language V

0 Credit Unit


Adavanced French Language immersion. Traveling on short term visit to any neighboring Francophone countries

FACULTY COURSES


FET 302: ENGINEERS-IN-SOCIETY

1 Credit Unit


Philosophy of Science and Engineering. History of Engineering and Technology. The Engineering profession – engineering – engineering literacy professional bodies and engineering societies. Engineers’ code of conduct and ethics. Engineers and nation building – economy, politics, business, safety in Engineering and introduction in Risk analysis, invited lecturers from professionals.

FET 304: ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS II

3 Credit Units


Series solution of second order linear differential equations with variable coefficients. Bessel and Legendre equations. Equations with variable coefficients. Sturn-Louville boundary value problems. Solutions of equations in two and three dimensions by separation of variables. Eigen N value problems. Use of operations in the solution of partial differential equations and Linear integral equations. Integral transforms and their inverse including Fourier, Laplace, Mellin and Handel Transforms. Convolution integrals and Hilbert Transforms. Calculus of finite differences. Interpolation formulae. Finite difference equations. RungeKutta and other methods in the solutions of ODE and PDEs. Numerical integration and differentiation.

FET 401: ENGINEERING COMMUNICATION & TECHNICAL REPORT WRITING

1 Credit Unit


Professional use of English Language for letters, specification descriptions, presentation of charts, graphs, tables, writing of proposals in reports. Case studies of major engineering designs and construction/fabrication as well industrial failures; professional presentation of reports and proposals.

FET 403: COST ENGINEERING EVALUATION AND APPRAISALS

3 Credit Units


Cost and schedule management – an engineering function. Supporting skills and knowledge. Role of cost engineer during evaluation phase. Role of cost engineer during the basic design phase. Role of cost engineer in contractor selection. Role of cost engineer during detailed engineering design phase. Role of cost engineer during construction. Cost engineering function as distinct from Design engineering function. Canon of ethics for cost engineers. Basic capital cost estimating. Basic operating cost estimating. Basic project planning and scheduling. Cost engineering terminology. Cost engineering standards. Objectives of valuation work/valuer’s primary duty and responsibility. Valuer’s obligation to his or her client, to other valuers, and to the society. Valuation methods and practices. Valuation reports. Expert witnessing. Ethics in valuation. Valuation / Appraisal standards. Price, cost and value. Depreciation and obsolescence. Valuation terminology. Appraisal reporting and review. Real property valuation. Personal property valuation. Machinery and equipment valuation. Oil and gas valuation. Mines and quarries valuation.

FET 501: ENGINEERING LAW

2 Credit Units


Common Law: Its history, definition, nature and division. Legislation codification interpretation. Equity: Definition and its main spheres. Law of contracts for Engineers: offer, acceptance, communication termination. General principles of criminal law. Law of torts: definition, classification and liabilities. Patents: requirements, application, and infringement. Registered designs: application, requirements, types and infringement. Company law. Labour law and Industrial Law.

FET 503: ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT

2 Credit Units


Principles of organization; elements of organization; management by objectives. Financial management, accounting methods, financial statements, cost planning and control, budget and budgetary control. Depreciation accounting and valuation of assets. Personnel management, selection, recruitment and training, job evaluation and merit rating. Industrial psychology. Resource management; contracts, interest formulae, rate of return. Methods of economic evaluation. Planning decision making; forecasting, scheduling. Production control. Gantt chart, CPM and PERT. Optimization, linear programming as an aid to decision making, transport and materials handling. Raw materials and equipment. Facility layout and location. Basic principles of work study. Principles of motion economy. Ergonomics in the design of equipment and process.