We offer a 4-year engineering degree program leading to Bachelor of Science in Engineering Sciences which encompasses some of the most modern fields of engineering, split into three streams. The curriculum has considerable overlap with Electronics Engineering (~64%) and Computer Engineering (~47%) with additional specialization courses.
A student majoring in Engineering Sciences must complete the following courses:
|Computing||CS101, CS101L, CS 102||4|
|Sciences||PH101, PH102, PH101L, PH102L||8|
|Basic Engineering||MM101, MM141, MM102, ME101, ME102||10|
|Humanities||HM211, HM321, HM322||9|
|Circuit Analysis I||ES211/EE211||3|
|Circuit Analysis II||ES214/EE212||3|
|Data Structures & Algorithms||ES221/CS221||3|
|Signals & Systems||CS341/ES332||3|
|Semiconductor Materials and Devices||ES462||3|
|Senior Design Project Part-I & II||ES481/ES482||6|
|Circuit Analysis Lab||ES211L/EE211L||1|
|Logic Design Lab||ES212L/ES221L||1|
|Computer Architecture Lab||ES213L/EE222L||1|
|Electronics I Lab||ES231L||1|
|Operating Systems Lab||ES222L/CS211L||1|
|Microprocessor Interfacing Lab||ES314L||1|
|Signals & Systems Lab||ES332L||1|
|Semiconductor Material and Devices Lab||ES462L||1|
|Lasers and Applications||ES472||3|
|Optical Communication and Computing||ES475/EE473||3|
|Solid State Electronics||ES361/EE333||3|
|Electronic and Magnetic Materials||ES463/MM463||3|
|Characterization of Materials||ES464||3|
|Semiconductor Devices and Applications||ES465||3|
|Computer Simulation Methods||ES444||3|
|Heat Transfer and Modelling||ES445||3|
MS492-Operations Management, MS493-Industrial Safety, MS494- Total Quality Management, MS-495 Maintenance Management, MS496- Project Management.
These electives have to be chosen from faculties other than that of Engineering Sciences with the consultation of the advisor.
Every student is required to participate in a program of practical training in industry or an R&D organization and submit a formal written report during the summer of Junior Year.
For the BS degree in Engineering Sciences a student is required to complete 135 credit hours.