DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC AND ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

The undergraduate programme is designed to produce graduates that can be more readily absorbed into the various areas of the rapidly developing field of Electrical and Electronic Engineering.  Students are exposed to both basic and applied courses as well as laboratory and industrial training to enable them satisfy the manpower needs of the public and industrial sectors of the Nigerian economy.  Our graduates are expected to be able to design and supervise Engineering projects and constructions, develop new products and techniques as well as maintain Engineering Units.  Our programme also offers sufficient depth to enable the promising graduates to undertake postgraduate work in Electronic and Electrical Engineering or related disciplines in Science Engineering.

The programme is organized such that two years of basic training in Electrical Engineering Science is followed by more detailed professional training in the field of Electronic and Electrical Engineering lasting for two years.  In the final year, students are given the options to specialize in any of the following areas:

  • Communication Engineering
  • Control and Instrumentation Engineering
  • Electrical Machines and Power Engineering
  • Electronic Materials and Devices Technology

To be eligible for the degree of B.Sc. in Electronic and Electrical Engineering, a candidate must satisfactorily complete a minimum of 203 units including:

  • 12 units of Special Electives
  • 5 units of Agricultural Engineering courses comprising AGE 202 and AGE 302.
  • 9 units of Chemical Engineering courses comprising CHE 201, CHE 305 and CHE 306.
  • 2 units of Civil Engineering course CVE 401.
  • 3 units of Computer Science course comprising CSC 201.
  • 20 units of Mathematics courses comprising MTH 101, MTH 102, MTH 104, MTH 201 and MTH 202.
  • 10 units of Chemistry comprising CHM 101, CHM 102, CHM 103 and CHM 104.
  • 10 units of Physics courses comprising PHY 101, PHY 102, PHY 107 AND PHY 108.
  • 8 units of Mechanical Engineering courses comprising MEE 203, MEE 205 and MEE 206.
  • 3 units of Materials Science and Engineering course MSE 201.
  • 8 units of Technology Policy and Planning courses comprising TPD 101, TPD 401, TPD 502, and TPD 503.
  • 15 units of Industrial Training courses comprising EEE 200, EEE 300 and EEE 400.

Step Response of Resistor -Capacitor (RC) Circuit
Step Response of Resistor – Inductor (RL) Circuit:
Step Response of Resistor -Inductor – Capacitor (RLC) Circuit
Impulse Response of Resistor – Capacitor (RC) Circuit
Impulse Response of Resistor – Inductor (RL) Circuit
Impulse Response of Resistor – Inductor – Capacitor (RLC) Circuit
Sinusoidal Steady State Response of Resistor – Capacitor Circuit
Sinusoidal Steady State Response of Resistor – Inductor Circuit:
Sinusoidal Steady State Response of Resistor – Inductor – Capacitor Circuit:
Operational Amplifier Circuits
Magnetic Circuits: