Bachelors in Electrical (Telecommunication) Engineering

Programme Description

This programme seeks to impart a strong foundation in telecommunication engineering in line with the growing importance of digital and wireless networks. It covers vast areas such as satellite communications, signal and image processing, optical fibre and mobile communications, data networks, software systems, micro-electronic devices and systems, data coding, compression, encryption and transmission, and real-time embedded systems.
Associated Careers

Telecommunications is a rapidly developing and dynamic field of engineering. The demand for graduates in telecommunications is growing as technology is advancing and broadening its scope of applications. Our close links with employers and professional bodies ensure that our students are equipped with skills that are in demand. Therefore, MCS continues to be the College of choice for employers seeking high-calibre graduates. All of our graduates either get employed, start their own ventures or opt for higher studies/professional trainings on completing their degrees. Our graduates normally find employment with major service providers and large private industrial groups. There are a number of opportunities available in smaller service and technology providers, some of which are highly specialised and technologically advanced.
Scheme of Studies


Programme Code: 201



Semester-I

Course Code
Course Title
Credits

MTH-132
Calculus
3-0

PHY-184
Applied Physics
3-0.5

CPS-101
Introduction to Computing
2-1

MTH-314
Linear Algebra
3-0

SVY-100
Surveying and GIS
1-1

EE-200
DC circuits Analysis
3-0.5






Total
18


Semester-II

Course Code
Course Title
Credits

MTH-234
Multivariable Calculus
3 0

MTH-133
Engineering Mathematics
3 0

CPS-230
Programming in C++
2 1

DRW-310
Computer Aided Drawing
1 1

HU -102
Islamic Studies
2 0

EE-201
AC Circuits Analysis
3 0.5

HU-110
Communication and Interpersonal Skills
2 0


Total
18.5


Semester-III

Course Code
Course Title
Credits

EE-202
Network Analysis
3-0

CPS-310
Digital Logic Fundamentals
3-1

STT-351
Probability and Statistics
3-0

CPS-331.
Numerical Analysis
2-1

EE-300
Electronic Circuits - I
3-1

HU-300
Engineering Economics
2-0


Total
19


Semester-IV

Course Code
Course Title
Credits

EE-302
Electromagnetics-I
3-0

EE-304
Signal and Systems
3-0

EE-305
Electronic Circuits- II
3-0.5

HU -302
Statistical Quality Control
2-0

CPS-320
Computer Organisation and Architecture
3-1

HU-101
Pakistan Studies
3-1


Total
17.5


Semester-V

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Course Code
Course Title
Credits

EE-401
Integrated Circuits
3-1

EE-402
Digital Signal Processing
3-1

EE-405
Electromagnetics - II
3-0-5

EE-404
Analogue Communication Systems
3-0.5

CPS-422
Computer Networks
3-0


Total
18


Semester-VI

Course Code
Course Title
Credits

EE-474
Telecommunication Switching Principles
3-0

EE-478
Optical Devices and Communication Systems
3.0

EE-306
Antenna and Wave Propagation
3-0.5

EE-307
Electrical Machines and Controls
3-0.5

EE-406
Digital Communication Systems
3-1


Total
17


Semester-VII

Course Code
Course Title
Credits

EE-476
Communication and Network Security
3-0.5

EE-475
Telecommunication Systems
4-0

HU-201
Technical/Business Writing
2-0

EE-432
Control Systems
3-1

EE-423
Communication Systems Planning
2-0

HU-210
Professional Ethics
2-0


Total
18


Semester-VIII

Course Code
Course Title
Credits

HU-301
Planning, Engineering/Project Management
2-0

EE-480
Satellite Communication Systems
2-0

EE-481
Mobile Communication Systems
2-0

EE-499
Project
0-6










Total
17


Optional Courses: (On availability of faculty, shall be offered as additional courses)

Elements of Business
3-0

Entrepreneurship
3-0

M&S-40 - Introduction to Modelling & Simulation
2-1