Bachelor of Science, Electrical and Electronic Engineering

  • About the Program

    The program Electrical and Electronic Engineering is designed to develop well-rounded professionals with excellent engineering skills as well as social and ethical values. The wide range of engineering courses that are built on a solid foundation of mathematics, physics, engineering theories and experimental works are complemented with a number of courses from diverse areas like social sciences, psychology, arts, language, business and sustainable development.

    The undergraduate curriculum has four study concentrations in Electrical Power, Electronic, Communication and Signal Processing and Computer. The department has a curriculum committee and Industry Advisory Panel (IAP) where renowned academicians from BUET and industry experts are accommodated. The faculty members of the department are affiliated with IEEE and IEB (Institute of Engineers Bangladesh).  Professor M. Mofazzal Hossain has closely been working with BAETE, Bangladesh. More than 60% of faculty members have Ph.D. degrees from abroad.

    The faculty members of the department are highly research-oriented and they have a high thrust of cutting-edge research. Faculty members have research collaboration with the USA, UK, Japan and Pakistan. Dr Mirza Rasheduzzaman in collaboration with faculty members of the CSE department of ULAB has received a grant of 12 lacs from ICT ministry. Faculty members are also engaged in different community services like BAETE evaluation team member, international conference organizing committee member, reviewer in different journals and international conferences.

    Aside from its research work, the department has very strong extra- and co-curricular activities. The department regularly organizes seminars, works, technical talks, annual picnic, sports week, a project showcasing, EEE fest, etc. To give the students the real-life exposure, the department also organizes frequent industry visit, manages industry attachment (internship) for the final year students.

  • Degree Requirements and Course Breakdown

    To obtain a B.Sc. degree in EEE, students will have to successfully complete a minimum of 140 credits. The credit and course requirement for the EEE degree program is shown in the table below.

    Course Category

    Courses Credit
    General Education (GED) Courses 8 (5+3) 24
    Essential Skills (Non-credit) 4 0
    Major Core 17 66
    Basic Science 02 08
    Mathematics and Statistics 05 15
    Major Concentration 04 14
    Minor / Optional 03 09
    Final Year Capstone Project 01 04
    Total 44 140