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Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering


Program Description

The field of Electrical Engineering deals with the generation,

transmission, distribution and utilization of electricity. It also deals with the
design, operation and protection, maintenance and economics of electrical
systems with emphasis on ethical values to harness economically and safely
the materials, and forces of nature for the benefit of society and the

Program Educational Objectives (PEO)

The BSEE program prepares its graduates so that within five years after graduation
they become highly successful in their chosen professional careers related to the
practice of electrical engineering. Graduates of this program have:
1. Become innovative practicing electrical engineers engage in the analysis, design,
and implementation of electrical and control systems and in the operation, control,
and maintenance of electrical machines, equipment, and devices.
2. Obtained excellent communication, interpersonal, management skills needed to
meet the demands of their work.
3. Developed a sense of responsibility and social awareness and commitment to the
continuous development of the electrical engineering profession.

Program Outcomes (PO)

After the 5-year program, the students shall be able to:
1. Apply knowledge of mathematics and sciences to solve engineering problems.
2. Conduct appropriate experimentation, analyze and interpret data, and use
engineering judgment to draw conclusions.
3. Apply both analysis and synthesis in the engineering design process, resulting in
designs that meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic,
environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and
sustainability, in accordance with standards.
4. Function effectively on multi-disciplinary teams that establish goals, plan tasks,
meet deadlines, and analyze risk and uncertainty.
5. Identify, formulate, and solve complex problems in electrical engineering.
6. Recognize ethical and professional responsibilities in engineering situations.
7. Communicate effectively with a range of audiences.
8. Understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic,
environmental, and societal context.
9. Recognize the need for additional for additional knowledge and locate, evaluate,
integrate, and apply this knowledge appropriately.
10. Articulate and discuss the latest developments in the field of electrical
11. Apply techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering
12. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of engineering and management
principles as a member and/or leader in a team to manage projects in
multidisciplinary environments.
Electrical Engineering

First Year
First Semester Lec Lab Units
CHM1E General Chemistry (Lec) 4 0 4
CHM1EL General Chemistry (Lab) 0 3 1
ENG1B Study and Thinking Skills in English 3 0 3
FIL1A Komunikasyon sa
Akademikong Filipino 3 0 3
GE1 Engineering Drawing 1 0 3 1
GG1 Group Guidance 1 1.5 0 1.5
MATH1EN College Algebra 3 2 3
MATH2EN Plane & Spherical Trigonometry 3 2 3
PE1 Gymnastics & Physical Fitness 2 0 2
RS1B Human Person‘s Relationship
with God 3 0 3
NSTP1 National Service Training Program 1 3 0 3
Total 27.5

Second Semester Lec Lab Units

PHIL2 Philosophy of Man 3 0 3
FIL2B Pagbasa at Pagsulat Tungo sa Pananaliksik 3 0 3
GG2 Group Guidance 2 1.5 0 1.5
MA10 Analytic Geometry 3 0 3
MATH3E Advanced Algegra 3 0 3
MATH4E Solid Mensuration 2 0 2
PE2 Rhythmics and Team Sports 2 0 2
RS2A Church and Sacraments 3 0 3
NSTP2 National Service Training Program 2 3 0 3
PSYCH1 Gen. Psych with Drug Abuse Education 3 0 3
Total 26.5

Second Year
First Semester Lec Lab Units
CFP1 Computer Fundamentals and Programming 1 0 3 1
PHIL1 Logic 3 0 3
ENG2B Writing in the Discipline 3 0 3
MA11E Differential Calculus 4 0 4
PE3 Individual & Dual Sports 2 0 2
PHY1E College Physics 1 (Lec) 4 0 4
PHY1EL College Physics 1 (Lab) 0 3 1
POLSCI1 Phil. Gov’t & the Constitution 3 0 3
ECON1A Intro to Econ with Agrarian Ref & Tax 3 0 3
RS3A Christian Morality 3 0 3
Total 27

Second Semester Lec Lab Units

MA12E Integral Calculus 4 0 4
MATH15E Probability and Statistics 3 0 3
CFP2 Computer Fundamentals and Programming 2 0 3 1
PE4 Recreation Games & Water Safety 2 0 2
PHY2E College Physics 2 (Lec) 4 0 4
PHY2EL College Physics 2 (lab) 0 3 1
SOCIO1 Gen. Sociology with Filipino,
Family & Community Life 3 0 3
HUM Art/Music Appreciation 3 0 3
RS4A Vocation and Mission 3 0 3
Total 24
Third Year
First Semester Lec Lab Units
ECE31 Electronics 1 (Lec) 3 0 3
ECE31L Electronics 1 (Lab) 0 3 1
EE31 Circuits 1 (Lec) 3 0 3
EE31L Circuits 1 (Lab) 0 3 1
GE2 Computer Aided Drafting 0 3 1
GE13 Fundamentals of Material Science
And Engineering 3 0 3
GE10 Engineering Economy 3 0 3
GE3 Statics of Rigid Bodies 3 0 3
MATH13E Differential Equations 3 0 3
EE33 Vector Analysis 3 0 3
RIZAL Life and Works of Rizal 3 0 3
Total 27

Second Semester Lec Lab Units

GE6B Environmental Engineering with GIS 3 0 3
ECE32 Electronics 2 (Lec) 3 0 3
ECE32L Electronics 2 (Lab) 0 3 1
EE32 Circuits 2 (Lec) 3 0 3
EE32L Circuits 2 (Lab) 0 3 1
GE4 Dynamics of Rigid Bodies 2 0 2
GE8E Basic Thermodynamics 3 0 3
GE7A Safety Management 1 0 1
GE5 Mechanics of Deformable Bodies 3 0 3
EE34 Electromagnetics 3 0 3
MATH17 Advanced Engineering Mathematics EE 3 0 3
Total 26

Fourth Year
First Semester Lec Lab Units
ECE46 Logic Circuits and Switching Theory (Lec) 3 0 3
ECE46L Logic Circuits and Switching Theory (Lab) 0 3 1
ECE41 Principles of Communications (Lec) 3 0 3
ECE41L Principles of Communications (Lab) 0 3 1
MATH18 Numerical Methods (Lec) 3 0 3
MATH18L Numerical Methods (Lab) 0 3 1
EE41 DC Machinery (Lec) 2 0 2
EE41L DC Machinery (Lab) 0 3 1
EE42 Electrical Circuits 3 (Lec) 3 0 3
EE42L Electrical Circuits 3 (Lab) 0 3 1
GE16 Mechanics of Fluid 3 0 3
GE17 Control Systems Analysis 3 0 3
EER1 EE Review 1 0 3 1
Total 26

Second Semester Lec Lab Units

ECE53 Microprocessor Systems (Lec) 3 0 3
ECE53L Microprocessor Systems (Lab) 0 3 1
ECE45 Industrial Electronics (Lec) 3 0 3
ECE45L Industrial Electronics (Lab) 0 3 1
EE44 AC Machinery (Lec) 3 0 3
EE44L AC Machinery (Lab) 0 3 1
EELEC1 Professional Elective 1 3 0 3
EE48 AC Apparatus & Devices (Lec) 2 0 2
EE48L AC Apparatus & Devices (Lab) 0 3 1
EE46 Research Methods for EE 0 3 1
EE45 EE Laws, Contracts and Ethics 2 0 2
ENG6E Eng for Special Purposes & Tech. Wrtg 3 0 3
EER2 EE Review 2 0 3 1
Total 25
Summer Units
EE47 OJT 3
Total 3

Fifth Year
First Semester Lec Lab Units
EE53 Instrumentation and Controls (Lec) 2 0 2
EE53L Instrumentation and Controls (Lab) 0 3 1
EE51 Elec. Transmission & Distribution Systems (Lec) 3 0 3
EE51L Elec. Transmission & Distribution Systems (Lab) 0 3 1
EE52 Illumination Engineering Design (Lec) 2 0 2
EE52L Illumination Engineering Design (Lab) 0 3 1
EE50 Electrical System Design (Lec) 2 0 2
EE50L Electrical System Design (Lab) 0 3 1
EE55 Seminars and Field Trips 0 3 1
EE54 Thesis/Research/Project 0 3 1
EELEC2 Professional Elective 2 3 0 3
GE15 Information Technology (Lec) 2 0 2
GE15L Information Technology (Lab) 0 3 1
EER3 EE Review 3 0 3 1
Total 22

Second Semester Lec Lab Units

EELEC3 Professional Elective 3 3 0 3
EELEC4 Professional Elective 4 3 0 3
EE56 EE Safety 1 0 1
EE57 Electrical Equipment Operation
And Maintenance 3 0 3
EE58 Power Plant Engineering (Lec) 2 0 2
EE58L Power Plant Engineering (Lab) 0 3 1
EE59 Power Sys. Analysis & Design (Lec) 3 0 3
EE59L Power Sys. Analysis & Design (Lab) 0 3 1
GE11 Engineering Management 3 0 3
EER4 EE Review 4 0 3 1
Total 21
BS Electrical Engineering

No. of Unit Total

Courses Equivalent Units
Technical Course
College Algebra 1 3
Advanced Algebra 1 3
Plane Trigonometry 1 3
Analytic Geometry 1 3
Solid Mensuration 1 2
Differential Calculus 1 4
Integral Calculus 1 4
Differential Equations 1 3
Probability and Statistics 1 3 28
Natural/ Physical Science
General Chemistry 1 5
Physics 1 - 2 2 10 15
General Engineering Sciences
Statics of Rigid Bodies 1 3
Computer Fundamentals and Programming 2 2
Engineering Drawing 1 1
Computer Aided Drafting 1 1
Mechanics of Deformable Bodies 1 3
Engineering Economy 1 3
Engineering Management 1 3
Dynamics of Rigid Bodies 1 2
Safety Management 1 1
Environmental Engineering with GIS 1 3 22
Allied Courses
Advanced Engineering Mathematics for EE 1 3
Numerical Methods with Computer Application 2 4
Basic Thermodynamics 1 3
Fundamentals of Material Science and Engineering 1 3
Electronic Circuits and Devices 2 4
Electronic Circuits Analysis and Design 2 4
Industrial Electronics 2 4
Electromagnetics 1 3
Mechanics of Fluid 1 3
Vector Analysis 1 3
Principles of Communications 2 4
Logic Circuits and Switching Theory 2 4
Microprocessor System 2 4
Control Systems Analysis 1 3
Information Technology 2 3 52
Professional Courses
EE Laws, Contracts, and Ethics 1 2
Electrical Circuits 1-3 6 12
DC Machinery 2 3
AC Machinery 2 4
AC Apparatus and Devices 2 3
Research Methods for EE 1 1
Electrical Transmission and Distribution System 2 4
Illumination Engineering Design 2 3
Electrical System Design 2 3
Electrical Equipment: Operation and Maintenance 1 3
Electrical Engineering Safety 1 1
Power System Analysis and Design 2 4
Power Plant Engineering 2 3
Research Project 1 1
On-the Job Training 1 3
Instrumentation and Control 2 3
Seminars and Field Trips 1 1
EE Review 1-4 4 4 58
Technical Electives
Professional Electives 1-4 4 12 12

Non Technical Courses

Languages, Humanities and Social Science
English 1-2, 6 3 9
Filipino 1 - 2 2 6
Humanities 1 1 3
Logic 1 1 3
Religious Studies 1-4 4 12
Group Guidance 1-2 2 3
Philippine Government and Constitution 1 3
General Psychology 1 3
Economics w/ Taxation and Land Reform 1 3
Sociology 1 3
Philosophy 1 3
Rizal’s Life, Works, and Writings 1 3 54
PE 1 - 4 4 8
NSTP 1 - 2 2 6 14
Total 255
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
MATH17 3 units to dc excitation of RL, RC, and RLC circuits, and uses
ADVANCED ENGINEERING MATH FOR EE laplace transform method in determining the complete
Synopsis: response of complex networks.
A study of selected topics in mathematics and their Learning Outcome:
applications in advanced courses in engineering and It develops students ability to comprehend difficult
other allied sciences. It covers the study of Complex problems, practice honesty, develops students
numbers and complex variables, Laplace and confidence and determination to solve complicated
Inverse Laplace Transforms, Power series, Fourier dc circuit problems. This prepares students to
series, Fourier Transforms, z-transforms, power become competitive in the specific field of work and
series solution of ordinary differential equations, and a better person concerning what is not harmful in
partial differential equations. the environment and develops God fearing attitude.
Learning Outcome: Prerequisite: PHY2E, MA12E
At the end of the course the student is able to solve
differential equations using Laplace transforms, EE32 4 units
decompose a periodic function as a Fourier series, AC CIRCUITS ANALYSIS / ELECTRICAL
recognize the advantages and pitfalls of each CIRCUITS 2
of the numerical methods and be able to apply Synopsis:
with the aid of computer programming, the most Covers complex algebra and phasor analysis,
appropriate method to solve single equations or simple AC circuits, impedance and admittance;
systems of linear and non-linear equations, with mesh and nodal analysis for AC circuits; AC network
the aid of computer software. The student will be theorems; power in AC circuits; resonance; three-
able to analyze physical systems through the use phase circuits; transformers; two-port network
of partial differential equations, and interpret the parameters and transfer function.
mathematical and physical consequences of the Learning Outcome:
solutions obtained. The student must be able to apply the knowledge
Prerequisites: MATH13E of different AC circuit parameters and components
in solving problems involving single phase and
MATH18 4 units three- phase system; develop analytical skills in
NUMERICAL METHODS W/ COMP. APP. AC electric circuit analysis; able to conduct and
Synopsis: interpret experiments in AC circuits analysis and
Deals with the study of direct and interactive able to design an AC circuit that is useful to the
numerical methods in engineering, determination of society and helpful in the community. It also
error bounds in calculations, computation of series develops a sense of confidence and competent to
expansions, roots of algebraic and transcendental the field of this engineering field.
equations, numerical differentiation and integration, Prerequisite: EE31
solution to simultaneous linear and non-linear
equations, function approximation and interpolation, EE33 3 units
differential equations, optimization, and their VECTOR ANALYSIS
applications. Synopsis:
Learning Outcome: Deals with the algebra, and the differential and integral
Upon completion of the course, the students shall calculus of vectors, Stokes’ theorem, the divergence
have acquired the knowledge and skills in estimating theorem and other integral theorems together with
errors in numerical calculations, evaluate series many applications vector algebra, vector analysis,
expansions, solve differential equations, perform vector calculation and their applications in physics,
interpolation of functions, find the roots of equations, mechanics, and electromagnetic theory.
solve simultaneous linear and nonlinear equations, Learning Outcome:
and prepare algorithms, write computer programs, The students are expected to differentiate vectors
use computer softwares and applying these to the and scalars. Enable the students obtain the
solution of practical engineering problems. scalar , vector and triple products of vectors and
Prerequisite: MATH17 appreciate their geometric significance. Obtain
combinations of div, grad and curl acting on scalar
EE31 4 units and vector fields as appropriate. Evaluate the line
DC CIRCUITS ANALYSIS / ELECTRICAL integral, surface integral and volume integral of
CIRCUITS 1 a scalar and vector field in cartesian, cylindrical
Synopsis: and spherical coordinate. Apply Gauss’ divergence
Deals with fundamental relationship in circuit theory, theorem, stokes’ and Green’s theorems.
mesh and node equations, resistive networks, Prerequisite: MA12E
theorems, solution of network problems using laplace
transforms, transient analysis, methods of analysis EE34 3 units
for special circuits. Identify the different fundamental ELECTROMAGNETICS
quantities, relationships, and circuit elements. It Synopsis:
describes the general properties of resistive networks, Deals with electric and magnetic fields, resistive,
network laws and theorems in the analysis of complex dielectric and magnetic materials, coupled
networks, determines the natural and forced response
perform analysis and troubleshooting on such.
circuits, magnetic circuits and fields, time-
Prerequisite: EE41, EE42
varying electromagnetic fields, and Maxwell’s
equations. The basic objective of this course EE45 2 units
is to introduce the students to the fundamental EE LAWS, CONTRACTS, AND ETHICS
concepts of electromagnetics and relate them to Synopsis:
the performance of devices, circuits and systems. This course deals with the study of existing laws,
The course also aims to develop the students’ codes, ethics and standards in the practice of the
critical thinking and oral, graphical, and written electrical engineering profession.
communication skills through active participation Learning
in class discussion which they can relate to Outcome:
social issues affecting the community and the At the end of the course the students will be able
environment. to discuss the laws of the electrical engineering
Learning profession. They will be able to draft, as well as
Outcome: understand, contracts between the professional
Upon successful completion of this course, students and the customer. They are expected to always
should be able to solve problems pertaining to electric act ethically and morally in the practice of their
field, electric flux density, potential, stored energy, profession.
and capacitance associated with simple distribution of Prerequisite: 4th yr. standing
charge and also problems about the magnetic field,
stored energy, and inductance for simple current EE46 3 units
distribution applying the principles learned to practical RESEARCH METHODS FOR EE
situations. Synopsis:
Prerequisite: PHY2E, MA12E Deals with research preparation methods, research
tools, research proposals, and the implementation,
EE41 3 units preparation and publication of research work.
DC MACHINERY Learning Outcome:
Synopsis: At the end of the course the students will have
Covers the basic principles of electromechanical a good understanding of the mechanics of doing
energy conversion, generalized machine model, and research. They are expected to have formulated,
the operating characteristics of DC machines and proposed and defended a thesis title.
synchronous machines. Prerequisite: 4th yr. standing
Outcome: EE48 3 units
At the end of the course, the student will have a AC APPARATUS AND DEVICES
thorough knowledge of the basic concepts of DC Synopsis:
machines. They will be able to discuss the operations Covers theory, principle of operation, engineering
of DC machines, as well as analyze and troubleshoot aspects and applications of three phase
such. alternators, three-phase induction motors,
Prerequisite: EE32 synchronous motors and single-phase motors.
Learning Outcome:
EE42 4 units At the end of the course the students will have
ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS 3 the ability to identify, classify and describe various
Synopsis: AC apparatus and devices. They will be able to
Covers the analysis of balanced three-phase demonstrate knowledge and understanding such
systems, with balanced and unbalanced loading; devices. They will also be able to do analysis and
analysis of circuits with magnetically-coupled coils; troubleshooting on such.
symmetrical components; per unit calculations. Co-requisite: EE44
Learning Outcome:
At the end of the course the student will have an EE50 3 units
understanding of the engineering principles and ELECTRICAL SYSTEM DESIGN
the ability to apply them to analyze problems in Synopsis:
electrical circuits. They will be able to analyze and This course deals with the study of electrical
perform calculations on various electrical circuits. system design, installation, and cost estimation for
Prerequisite: EE32 commercial and Industrial establishments, guided
by the provisions of the Philippine Electrical Code
EE44 4 units (PEC) and other relevant laws and standards.
AC MACHINERY Learning Outcome:
Synopsis: At the end of the course, the student is expected
Covers theory, principle of operation, engineering to produce a design study that follows code, laws
aspects and applications of three phase alternators, and standards.
three-phase induction motors, synchronous motors Prerequisite: EE48
and single-phase motors.
Learning EE51 4 units
At the end of the course, the student will have DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS
a thorough knowledge of the basic concepts of Synopsis:
AC machines. They will be able to discuss the This course deals with the study and design of
operations of AC machines. They will be able to primary and secondary distribution networks, load
characteristics, voltage regulation, metering techniques Analysis and Design
and systems, and protection of distribution systems.
• Development of software for Electrical Circuit
Learning Outcome: Analysis
At the end of the course the students will be • Development of software for Illumination
able to describe the components, construction Engineering Design
and protection of the service providers of the • Design of means of transportation using
distribution system. They will be able to specify electricity
and select components for electrical energy • Development of low-cost sustainable
distribution. They will be able to use standard ecomaterials for electrical installations
techniques to calculate the operating conditions • Other projects related to the practice of the
and efficiency of electrical installations. They Electrical Engineering profession
will be able to analyze the operating parameters of Learning Outcome:
an electrical energy distribution system. They will At the end of the course the students will be able
also be able to compare and contrast the to produce and successfully defend a thesis in the
efficiency, reliability and cost of alternate energy areas indicated.
distribution strategies. Prerequisite: EE46
Prerequisites: EE42, EE44
EE55 1 unit
Synopsis: Includes specialized seminars related to Electrical
This course deals with the study, design, Engineering that are not covered in classes; also
application, maintenance, cost estimate of includes field trips and industrial tours to expose
electrical system design and use of energy efficient students to work involved in their field.
lighting systems in residential, commercial, and Learning Outcome:
industrial establishments. At the end of the course the students will be
Learning Outcome: able to discuss new technologies, standards and
At the end of the course the students will have regulations in their field. They will have gained this
acquired the fundamental knowledge and analytical from seminars and from actual plant visitations/
techniques of lighting systems. They will be able to field trips.
identify, analyze, and solve technical problems to Prerequisite: 5th yr. standing
lighting system design, planning, and operation,
making use of mathematics and engineering EE56 1 unit
Co-requisite: EE50 Synopsis:
Deals with the industrial accident prevention and
EE53 3 units safety organization, accident analysis, selection
INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL and application of remedy/corrective actions,
Synopsis: industrial health and environmental concerns,
Control and Testing; Electromechanical, analog, and first-aid and CPR.
digital measuring and testing instruments; R, L and Learning Outcome:
C measurements: calibration; graphic and At the end of the course the students will be able
waveform analyzing instruments; and detectors to exhibit knowledge of workplace safety and
for the measurements of process variables; analysis electrical emergency procedures. They will have
of performance characteristics of control systems, an understanding of engineering principles and the
electronics, magnetic, hydraulic and mechanical ability to apply them to analyze key engineering
control. processes. They will have an understanding
Learning Outcome: of appropriate codes of practice and industry
At the end of the course the students will be able to standards.
discuss the use of analog sensors and meters Prerequisite: GE7A
(thermal, position, speed, flow, power) to acquire
process information. They will be able to describe, EE57 3 units
and explain signal conditioning circuits to modify/ ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT OPERATION &
interface sensor data. They will be able to describe MAINTENANCE
the operation of on/off and proportional closed Synopsis:
loop control systems. They will also be able to Covers the principle of operation, functions,
calculate the error performance and speed of characteristics and applications of different electrical
response of simple closed loop control systems. equipment and devices; also covers the design,
Prerequisite: ECE45 installation and troubleshooting, automation and
control of different kinds of industrial motors.
EE54 1 unit Learning Outcome:
THESIS/RESEARCH PROJECT At the end of the course the students will be able
Synopsis: to demonstrate knowledge on the operation and
The Thesis /research/project requirement shall functions of various electrical equipment. They
focus on any of the following areas: will demonstrate knowledge and understanding
• Alternative Energy Resources of equipment installation including electric
• Innovative Electrical Equipment Design calculations, wire protection, and material/
• Development of software for Power System manpower estimations. They will have extensive
knowledge and understanding of a wide range of ECE32 4 units
engineering materials and components. They will ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS ANALYSIS &
also demonstrate knowledge and understanding DESIGN
of motor control circuits. Synopsis:
Prerequisite: EE48 Provide an advance knowledge and understanding
in electronic amplifiers specifically using BJT and
EE58 3 units FET. It also deals with frequency response of
POWER PLANT ENGINEERING the system. Multi-stage amplifiers and different
Synopsis: compound configurations will also be considered.
Includes Load Graphics, types of power Learning Outcome:
plants, power plant operation and protection, The students are expected to fully understand
interconnections, economics of electric service the function of BJT and FET in amplifier circuits.
and arrangement of equipment for modern plants. Be able to submit specific circuit that utilizes BJTs
Learning Outcome: and FETs , Use multiSim or other related software
At the end of the course the students will be able to simulate the frequency response of a single
to describe the layouts and functioning of each stage amplifier. Be able to design a multi-stage
of the elements of different power plants. They amplifier.
will be able to carry out simple calculations to Prerequisite: ECE31
evaluate the performance of gas turbine, steam
turbine and combined cycles. They will be able ECE41 4 units
to describe combined heat and power plant PRINCIPLES OF COMMUNICATION
installations including district heating schemes Synopsis:
and evaluate the simple payback period for a This course portrays the basic elements of
proposed installation. electronic communications, discusses the heart
Co-requisite: EE59 of communication that is the oscillators, the
noise and its effects and noise calculations.
EE59 4 units It explains in detail the kind of modulation
POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN techniques AM, FM & PM, circuit block diagrams
Synopsis: of transmitters and receivers and their operations.
Basic structure of power systems, recent trends It cites the importance of standardization of
and innovations in power systems, complex power, frequency allocation. Given an overview to an
per-unit quantities, transmission line parameters, AM broadcasting, the components of an AM
network modeling and calculations, load flow broadcasting station and the consideration of
studies, short circuit calculations, use of computer putting up a Station are discussed.
software for simulation. Learning Outcome:
Learning Outcome:
At the end of the semester, the student must
At the end of the course the students will have be able to understand the following amplitude
a thorough knowledge on the concepts of modulation, mathematical description and
power systems. They will be able to discuss the spectral analysis of DSB -TC, DSB-SC, VSB,
components, characteristics, and protection of and QAM. Angle modulation, mathematical
power systems. They will have an understanding description, spectral analysis and modulation and
of such systems and the ability to apply a systems demodulation. Introducing sampling theorem and
approach to electrical engineering problems. its practical aspects, time division multiplexing,
Prerequisite: EE50 pulse modulation and demodulation.
Prerequisite: ECE32, MATH17
ECE31 4 units
Synopsis: Synopsis:
This course provides an introduction to quantum This coursecovers theoryand operating characteristics
mechanics of solid state electronics; diode and of electronic devices and control circuits for industrial
transistor characteristics and models (BJT) and processes; industrial control applications; electronics
(FET); diode circuit analysis and applications; instrumentation; transducers; data acquisition
transistor biasing; small signal analysis; large sign system, power supply and voltage regulator.
analysis; transistor amplifiers; Boolean logic; and Learning Outcome:
transistor switch. At the end of the semester, the students are
Learning Outcome:
expected to fully understand the main components
The students are expected to solve electronic of the power supply and their functions. Enable the
problem sets on BJT and FETs wherein they will apply students to acquire knowledge on the application
the tools of solving circuit systems. This will allow of switching devices such as phase and power
them to construct a circuit that utilizes a transistor to control. Work with related laboratory experiments
function as a switch or as an amplifier and apply the that illustrate the characteristics and operation of
tools and skills gained from solving circuit problems electronic devices studied in the course. Design,
to Electronics, as being their majoring course. construct and submit projects that demonstrate
Prerequisites: PHY2E, MA12E the application of any of the thyristors covered in
Co-requisite: ECE31 (Lab) this course. Gain a basic introduction to robotics.
Prerequisite: ECE32
controls. They will have acquire sufficient
ECE46 4
knowledge and skills in the design of controls
using PLC in power and manufacturing plants.
THEORY Synopsis:
Prerequisite: GE 17
A detailed study and understanding on the
basic building blocks of computer, digital and EELEC 2
related application systems. This course deals Power System Economics
with numbers systems, logic gates, Boolean Synopsis:
algebra, minimization of Boolean functions, This course deals with the principles and
combinational circuits and sequential circuits. analysis of power system planning; power
Learning Outcome: system reliability; economic operation of a
The students are expected to know the power system; power quality and demand side
importance of algebraic and logical operation in management. Learning Outcome:
digital circuits. Be confident in the manipulation At the end of the course the students will
of algebraic and logical expressions. Have a have thorough understanding of the
basic foundation/ knowledge of logical circuit economic distribution of the output of a
designing. Design and construct a digital circuit plant between generators, or units within the
using the logic gates. Submit a sequential plant. They will be able to discuss a method
circuit with output simulated by any related used in economic scheduling of plant outputs
logic software. for a given loading. They will also be able to
Prerequisite: ECE32 express transmission loss as a function of the
outputs of various plants. Prerequisite: 5th year
ECE53 4 units standing
SYSTEM Synopsis: EELEC 3
This course covers the following topics: Power System Protection
microcontroller and microprocessor Synopsis:
organization; microcomputer architecture; Covers the principles in the protection of
microcontroller and microprocessor transmission lines, transformers,
programming; bus standards and interfacing; alternators, and buses; protective relaying;
microcontroller and microprocessor surge protection in power systems; high voltage
development systems, and other tools for insulation engineering.
design. Learning Outcome: Learning Outcome:
Aftercompletingthiscourse,thestudentmustbe At the end of the course the students will
able to know how a microcontroller or be able to understand the aspects of power
a/microcontroller operates and how a complete system protection. They will have acquire
system is assembled, to know the concepts knowledge and skills to select, apply, and
on microcontroller or microprocessor and operate protection systems. They will also be
design principles common to all. The student will able to demonstrate relay coordination in
be able to differentiate various microprocessors transmission and distribution system.
and microcontroller, and the advantages and Co-requisite: EE 59
disadvantages of some specific microprocessors
or microcontrollers. Students will have the EELEC 4
ability to look at the tools available to efficiently Advance Power System Design
design a system from a development system to Synopsis:
in–circuit emulation. Each student will be able to This course covers the design of
acquire the necessary skills to assemble, transmission and distribution systems; CAD in
troubleshoot, and interface the system to power system analysis and design; system
the outside world. Project design and protection design. Learning Outcome:
implementation at the end of the course is a At the end of the course the students will be
requirement. able to identify the different parts of a power
Prerequisite: ECE46 system and explain their functions. They will be
able to state the advantages of using high
TECHNICAL voltage in the transmission of electric power,
discuss the different parts of a distribution
ELECTIVES EELEC 1 system and their characteristics, and
MACHINE AUTOMATION AND demonstrate the use of CAD in the analysis and
PROCESS CONTROL design of transmission and distribution systems.
Synopsis: Co-requisite: EE 59
This course deals with the principles and
operations of the different pneumatic and
process control; electro pneumatics controls;
programmable logic controllers in power and
manufacturing systems; human machine
Learning Outcome:
At the end of the course the students will
have a thorough understanding of the
principles of pneumatics and electro pneumatics