MS in Electrical Engineering

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Department
Electrical Engineering
Level
Postgraduate
Colleges
College of Engineering Sciences

The MS Electrical Engineering program (MS EE) enables the graduates to be research based designers of devices and systems that provide innovative solutions for entrepreneurial engineering.

The profession of electrical engineering demands a strong foundation in physical science and mathematics, a broad knowledge of engineering techniques, and an understanding of the relation between technology and society. Curricula at IoBM are planned to offer the breadth of education and depth of training necessary for leadership in industry as well as a precursor to further education.

There is a need for an ability to investigate electrical engineering problems in a methodical way including literature survey, design and conduct of experiments, analysis using first principles of mathematics, natural science and engineering sciences, and interpretation of experimental data, and synthesis of information to derive valid conclusions.

Program Scope

In Pakistan, we are seeing a shift towards rapid growth of data networks, as well as a shift towards electronically facilitated services particularly in the public sector. Electrical engineers design develop test and supervise deployment of electrical systems and electric devices. They are expected to work on the design of sub-micron Digital and Analogue Integrated Circuits, Digital Signal Processors, Control System Design and Testing services. The Master of Science (MS) program in Electrical Engineering is designed to prepare students for technically demanding careers in industry as well as for research career in Electrical Engineering or related fields. More specifically:

  • It requires students to build depth in an Electrical Engineering specialization, selected from areas such as signal processing and communication, systems and control, electromagnetics and photonics, and material circuits and devices.
  • It affords students the opportunity to flexibly choose graduate electives to explore technical or professional interests within engineering.

    The MS in Electrical Engineering (MS EE) can be either an academic or professional master’s degree that bridges the gap between the field of engineering, technology and the field of business by equipping students with the technical expertise and leadership skills required to advance their career in the fast-paced world of technology.

Program Summary:

Minimum Duration : 1.5 years
Maximum Duration : 4 years
Total Credit hours 30 credit hours
Course work 24 credit hours
Thesis 06 credit hours

Master’s program in electrical engineering provides students with latest and in depth knowledge in electrical engineering. Students enrolled have the option of designing MS studies in a way that facilitates PhD and technologically advanced careers. As per HEC guidelines the program is divided into the following streams:

Stream 1 Power Systems Engineering
Stream 2 Control and Automation Engineering
Stream 3 Communication Systems and Networks

Mission Statement of the Program

The mission of MS in Electrical Engineering (MEE) is to bridge the gap between the field of electrical engineering and technology. The program calls upon developing electrical engineers who have the practical, technical and leadership skills and confidence to carry out leading-edge research and development activities. Further, to create new engineering technologies, design and develop innovative engineering products and processes.

Program Objectives

The program has been orchestrated to meet the market demand and encompasses a broad area covering advanced digital and analogue electronics, power systems, communication, signal processing and multimedia, computer vision and advanced controls for robotics. The stream based approach aims to include hands on training, case studies and research thesis. The specific objectives of the program are :
• To produce graduates who are highly skilled professionals having domain knowledge of research and development of electrical and electronics engineering profession
• To engage in continuous professional development and exhibit quest for life long learning
• To demonstrate professional integrity and commitment to social and ethical responsibilities required of them as leaders and
entrepreneurs.
• To understand impact of power, communications and control systems on engineering solutions in a global, economic and
cultural aspect.

Specific objectives include

  • To expand and reinforce their undergraduate knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering in real world.
  • To inculcate knowledge and skills needed to effectively play a role as team member for larger projects.
  • To identify engineering ethical and professional responsibilities.
  • To understand the impact of power, communications and signal processing on engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context.
  • To improve communication between cross-disciplinary engineering teams and within engineers themselves.
  • To conduct meaningful research in the area of specialization and disseminate complex ideas.
  • To present and defend work for peer review.

In general following are the prime objectives of MS program

1. To understand the operating principles of Electrical/Electronic engineering.
2. To meet all HEC requirements for the MS program including thesis proposal and implementation.
3. To solve real world research problems related to Electrical/Electronic engineering according to the international standards.
4. To simulate, design, analyze and implement Electrical/Electronic engineering research projects.
5. To communicate effectively in a team and with stakeholders.
6. To work independently and conduct lifelong learning and adapt readily to changing situations and manage to demonstrate consistent professional ethics with high integrity.
7. To adapt the research ethics and methodologies to carry out high quality research work.

Program Scope

In Pakistan, we are seeing a shift towards rapid growth of data networks, as well as a shift towards electronically facilitated services particularly in the public sector. Electrical engineers design develop test and supervise deployment of electrical systems and electric devices. They are expected to work on the design of sub-micron Digital and Analogue Integrated Circuits, Digital Signal Processors, Control System Design and Testing services. The Master of Science (MS) program in Electrical Engineering is designed to prepare students for technically demanding careers in industry as well as for research career in Electrical Engineering or related fields. More specifically:

  • It requires students to build depth in an Electrical Engineering specialization, selected from areas such as signal processing and communication, systems and control, electromagnetics and photonics, and material circuits and devices.
  • It affords students the opportunity to flexibly choose graduate electives to explore technical or professional interests within engineering.

The MS in Electrical Engineering (MS EE) can be either an academic or professional master’s degree that bridges the gap between the field of engineering, technology and the field of business by equipping students with the technical expertise and leadership skills required to advance their career in the fast-paced world of technology.

Career Options

  1. Senior Systems Engineer
  2. Software Developer
  3. Senior Electrical Engineer
  4. Processing Engineering Manager
  5. Senior Chemical Engineer
  6. Construction Project Manager

Interested in this program? Visit the admissions page for more information.

Courses

Stream based Courses Module

MEE601 Research Methodology (3+0)
MEE602 Simulation and Modeling (2+1)
MEE603 Independent Study (3+0)

Stream 1
Power Systems Engineering
Stream 2
Control Automation Engineering
Stream 3
Communication Systems and Networks
Credit Hours
EPE 602 (CORE) 
Power Electronics
ELE 602 (CORE) 
Linear Control Theory 
ECE 602 (CORE) 
Wireless Communication
3+0
Elective Courses
EPE 611 
Power System Analysis
CME 601 
Advanced Digital Signal Processing 
3+0
EPE 612 
Computer Methods in Power System Analysis
ELE 612 
Detection and Estimation 
ECE 612 
Information & Coding Theory
3+0
EPE 613 
Power System Reliability
ELE 613 
Adaptive Control Systems 
MTH 601 
Stochastic System Process
3+0
CME 602 
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning 
ECE 614 
Advanced Communication Systems
3+0
EPE 615 
Renewable Energy Systems
ELE 615 
Optimal Control Systems 
ECE 615 
Advanced Computer Networks
3+0
EPE 616 
Embedded Power Generation
GSC 601 
Semiconductor Device Physics 
3+0
Special topics on Smart Grid (upon the discretion of course tutor) Special topics on Automation (upon the discretion of course tutor) 
Special topics on Communications (upon the discretion of course tutor) 3+0

Course Structure

SEMESTER ONE SEMESTER TWO SEMESTER THREE SEMESTER FOUR
Research Methodology (3+0)
Simulation Modeling  (2+1)
Required Stream based Course (3+0)
Independent study(3+0)
Elective-I
Elective-II
Initial Seminar / Symposium
Elective III
Elective IV
Thesis I (3+0)
Thesis II (3+0)
Final Seminar/ Symposium
Stream 1 Stream 2 Stream 3
EPE617/ECE624 Internet of Things ELE617 Guidance Navigation & Control ECE617 RF Circuits Design
EPE618 Flexible AC Transmission System ELE618 Stochastic Control Systems ECE618 Radar Signal Processing
EPE619 High voltage DC Transmission System ELE619 / EPE624 Control of Power Electronics Convertors ECE619 Mobile and Sensor Networks
EPE620 Power Quality ELE620 Control of Electric Machine Drives ECE620 Cellular and Mobile Communications
EPE621 / ECE623 Smart Grids ELE621 Distributed Control Systems ECE621 Medical Image Processing
EPE622 Energy Audit ELE622 Multivariable Feedback Control ECE622 Telecommunication Economics
EPE623 Energy Management ELE623 Probabilistic Robots ECE623 / EPE621 Smart Grid
EPE624 / ELE619 Control of Power Electronics Convertors ELE624 / EPE626 Filtering and Tracking ECE624 / EPE617 Internet of Things
EPE625 Special Purpose Electrical Machines ELE625 / ECE626 Image and Video Processing ECE625 Smart Antennas
EPE626 / ELE624 Control of Electric Machine Drives ELE626 Control Systems with Embedded Implementations ECE626 / ELE625 Image and Video Processing

Note: Student will be allowed to register in Thesis only after completing the course work of first two semesters. Attendance in three research seminars per semester is mandatory.

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