MS Electronic Engineering
Graduates of the MS Electronic Engineering is 4 year degree program that is designed to be research-based designers of devices and systems that give new engineering solutions. Electronic engineering requires a solid background in physical science and mathematics, as well as a wide understanding of engineering procedures and the relationship between technology and society. A methodical approach to investigating electronic engineering problems is required, which includes conducting a literature review, designing and conducting experiments, analyzing data using first principles of mathematics, natural science, and engineering sciences, and interpreting experimental data, as well as synthesizing data to reach valid conclusions.
- Applied Physics
- Electronic Devices and Circuits
- RF Integrated Circuit Design
- VLSI Architecture and Systems
- Laboratory Digital Communication.
- Linear Control Systems
- Advanced Digital Signal Processing
- RF and Microwave Circuits
- Advanced Digital Communication
- Analysis of Stochastic Systems
- BS Graduate Engineer (Electronics, Telecommunication) or equivalent.
- Minimum 2.5 CGPA or 50% in previous degree.
- Passing marks in entry test.
The postgraduate students are also highly sought after for a wide range of roles by employers in more traditional engineering sectors which include:
- Information technology
- Product design
Telecommunications. Professionals in the sector can work practically anywhere and in a variety of disciplines, depending on their special niche. Professionals must all have strong analytical skills as well as experience identifying and resolving complicated problems within a company. They will be expected to train other staff and will be required to make thorough computations on a regular basis.