MS Electrical Engineering

The degree provides professional training in Electrical Engineering to enhance expertise of existing and future Electrical professionals through a curriculum that incorporates technical knowledge along with professional skills and stance necessary to function in academic, industries and applied setting. Through this program, a research-led environment will be created where students work with leading researchers to develop the skills required becoming Electrical professionals or conducting further research as PhD students.

The goals and objectives of the graduate program in Electrical Engineering are to prepare graduate students for careers in professional practice, research, and for further study towards doctoral degrees in Electrical Engineering. The EE Program will allow motivated researchers to expand their knowledge and acquire new skills in analysis and problem solving, creating challenging opportunities for a full, rewarding research career. The program will also cater the demands and needs of local industry and strategic research and development (R&D) organizations of the country. This graduate program will impart:

 

  • Knowledge of the engineering principles
  • Knowledge of current events and contemporary societal issues
  • Knowledge of the state-of-the-art Information Technologies
  • The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental and societal context
  • Facilitate systems engineering and project management
  • Ability to communicate effectively (written, verbal and presentation) across all levels in the enterprise
  • Ability to grow through life long acquisition of knowledge
  • Ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability
  • Ability to identify, formulate, and solve Electrical Engineering problems
  • Ability to function in multidisciplinary teams
  • Capability to use state-of-art engineering/computer tools necessary for engineering practice or research
  • Skills to find and use available technical information
  • Ability to communicate effectively in written reports
  • Ability to design and conduct experiments, tests or simulations as well as to analyze and interpret data to validate assumptions and hypotheses
  • Ability to evaluate current electrical engineering techniques

Entry Requirements

  • A minimum of 16 years of education leading to BS/BE/BSc in Electrical/Electronics/Telecomm /Computer Engineering or equivalent. Applicants with undergraduate degree from non-relevant areas may be required to take some undergraduate courses to fulfill pre-requisite deficiencies as determined by the Graduate Admission Committee. The deficiency Cr. Hrs. will not be counted towards the minimum Cr. Hrs. requirement for the award of the MS degree.
  • MSc Electronics and MS Physics are also eligible.
  • Minimum 2.00/4.00 CGPA or 50% marks.
  • Valid GRE Test score of at least 50% at the time of admission or 50% marks in the University entrance test as per HEC Approved Test.
  • FUI interview.

Degree Requirement

Thesis and Non-Thesis Option: A student admitted in this program will have to complete the degree requirements by following any one of the options given below:

 

Area

     Cr. Hrs.

a)        

24 Cr. Hrs course work with 6 Cr. Hrs Thesis

        30

b)        

Course work only (10 Courses)

        30

 

A student can choose subjects from the mentioned fields to complete the course work. 

 

a. Control and Embedded Systems 

Code

Title

CHs

EE

871

Linear Control Systems

3

EE

872

Optimal Control

3

EE

873

Fuzzy Control

3

EE

874

Adaptive Control

3

EE

875

Discrete Time Control Systems

3

EE

876

Probabilistic Robotics

3

EE

877

Mobile Robotics

3

EE

878

System Identification

3

EE

879

Robust Control

3

EE

970

Advanced Robotics

3

EE

971

Modeling & Simulation of Dynamic Systems

3

EE

972

Advanced Digital Control Systems

3

EE

973

Control System Optimization

3

EE

974

Networked & Embedded Control Systems

3

EE

975

Robust & Multivariable Control

3

EE

976

Optimal & Multivariable Control

3

EE

977

Nonlinear Control Systems

3

EE

979

Selected Topics in Control Systems

3

EM

800

Robotics - 1

3

EM

805

Robotics - 2

3

MTS

800

Advanced Robotics I

3

MTS

801

Advanced Robotics II

3

MTS

840

Data Acquisition and Control

3

ME

837

Nonlinear Dynamics

3

 

b. Electronics, Communications and Computing

Code

Title

CHs

EE

801

Semiconductor Device Physics

3

EE

802

Quantum Mechanics

3

EE

803

Physical Electronics

3

EE

804

Photonic Devices

3

EE

805

Semiconductor Processing

3

EE

806

Thin Film Processing

3

EE

807

Thin Film Characterization

3

EE

808

Digital Integrated Circuit Design

3

EE

809

Analog Integrated Circuit Design

3

EE

900

Optoelectronic Devices & Materials

3

EE

901

Power Electronics & Electric Drives

3

EE

902

Nano-Electronics

3

EE

903

Advanced Semiconductor Device Theory

3

EE

904

Microchip Fabrication Technology

3

EE

905

Advanced Power Electronics

3

EE

906

Solid State Electronics

3

EE

907

Micro & Nano Fabrication

3

EE

908

Ultra High Speed Nano electronic Devices

3

EE

909

Selected Topics in Electronics

 3

EE

501

Optimization Theory

3

EE

502

Advanced Computer Networks

3

EE

503

Image and Video Processing

3

EE

504

Array Signal processing

3

EE

505

Advanced Wireless Communication

3

EE

506

Artificial Intelligence

3

 

 c. Power systems

Code

Title

CHs

EE

861

Alternating Current Electrical Machines and Drives

3

EE

862

Power System Operation & Control

3

EE

863

Power System Analysis

3

EE

864

Advanced Machines

3

EE

865

Power Generation Operation & Control

3

EE

866

 Power System Stability and Control

3

EE

867

 Power Generation Economics

3

EE

868

 Advanced Smart Grid

3

EE

869

 Advanced Power System Transmission

3

EE

960

 Power Quality

3

EE

961

 Energy Management

3

EE

962

 Integration of Green Energy sources with power system

3

EE

963

 Optimization techniques in power systems

3

EE

964

 Photovoltaic Systems

3

EE

965

 Advanced Renewable Energy Systems

3

EE

966

 High voltage DC Transmission System

3

EE

967

 Computational methods in power system analysis

3

EE

968

 Power System Transients

3

EE

969

Selected Topics in Power Systems

3

 

 d. Communication/ Telecommunication/ Networking

Code

Title

CHs

EE

851

Advanced Digital Communication Systems

3

EE

852

Information & Coding Theory

3

EE

853

Advanced Wireless Communication

3

EE

854

Optical Communication Systems

3

EE

855

Error Control Coding

3

EE

856

Software Defined Radio

3

EE

857

Advanced Satellite Communication Systems

3

EE

858

Communication Project Management

3

EE

859

Performance Analysis of Communication Networks

3

EE

950

Advanced Data Communication Systems

3

EE

951

Radar Systems

3

EE

952

 Optimization theory

 3

EE

953

 Cellular and mobile communications

 3

EE

954

 Advanced concepts in radar systems

 3

EE

955

 Cyber security

 3

EE

956

 Digital image processing

 3

EE

957

 Modeling and simulation

 3

EE

958

 Smart grid

 3

EE

959

Selected Topics in Communication Systems

3

EE

812

RF Communication System Design

3

EE

702

Advanced Computer Networks

3