B.Sc Electrical Engineering Technology

Superior University’s Electrical Engineering program provides the students with specialised electrical knowledge and skills, enabling them to contribute to a more sustainable future for the globe. The exceptional faculty employs experiential-learning frameworks to hone the problem-solving and design skills of the students through lab-based projects as well as their numerical, analytical, and technical expertise, preparing them for a rewarding career in both public and private sector organisations.

FSc Pre-Engineering or Equivalent with 60% Marks + Entry Test or DAE with relevant discipline

Semester 1

CoursesCredit Hours
Islamic Studies / Professional Ethics2
Applied Mathematics-l3
Applied Physics3
Linear Circuits Analysis3
Engineering Drawing3
Introduction to Computer Fundamentals3
Total17

Semester 2

CoursesCredit Hours
Communication Skills3
Pakistan Studies2
Electronics4
Basic Mechanical Technology3
Applied Mathematics – II3
Electrical Machines – I3
Total18

Semester 3

CoursesCredit Hours
Power Generation Systems2
Technical Report Writing3
Electrical Instruments and Measurements4
Electrical Machines - II4
Digital Electronics4
Total17

Semester 4

CoursesCredit Hours
AC Circuits Analysis4
Electro-Magnetic Fields2
Electrical Power Transmission3
Electrical Power Distribution and Utilization3
Power Electronics4
Total16

Semester 5

CoursesCredit Hours
Micro-Processor Theory & Interfacing3
Switch Gear & Protective Devices3
Communications Technology4
Control Technology3
Total Quality Management2
High Voltage Technology3
Total18

Semester 6

CoursesCredit Hours
Project Management3
Power System Analysis2
Data & Computer Communication4
Industrial Drives & PLC4
Project3
Total16

Semester 7

CoursesCredit Hours
16 Weeks Supervised Industrial / Field Training (8x5=40Hrs / Week)16
Total16

Semester 8

CoursesCredit Hours
16 Weeks Supervised Industrial / Field Training (8x5=40Hrs / Week)16
Total16

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