BS Electrical System

Superior University’s BS Electrical System Electrical the students to the fundamental mathematics of signals, systems and information along with the fundamental science behind the electrical phenomena. The excellent faculty helps the students develop an understanding of mathematical modelling and abstraction and the ability to construct simulations and laboratory experiments to solve problems in areas such as telecommunications, monitoring and automation, energy distribution, and digital computing.

FSc Pre-Engineering or Equivalent with 50% Marks + Entry Test or DAE with relevant discipline

Semester 1

CoursesCredit Hours
Applied Calculus3
Applied Physics4
Computing Fundamentals4
Islamic Studies/Ethics3
Linear Circuit Analysis4
Workshop Practice1

Semester 2

CoursesCredit Hours
Applied Chemistry2
Differential Equations3
Digital Logic Design4
Electrical Network Analysis4
Engineering Drawing & Graphics2
Object Oriented Program3

Semester 3

CoursesCredit Hours
Applied Thermodynamics3
Computer Organization3
Electronic Devices & Circuits4
Functional English2
Linear Algebra3
Pakistan Studies2

Semester 4

CoursesCredit Hours
Communication Skills2
Complex Analysis & Transform2
Electromechanical System4
Instrumentation & Measurements4
Power Engineering Fundamentals3

Semester 5

CoursesCredit Hours
Electromagnetic Field3
Microprocessor & Microcontroller Based
Probability & Statistics for Engineers3
Signals & Systems4
Technical Writing2

Semester 6

CoursesCredit Hours
Communication Systems4
Engineering Entrepreneurship3
Linear Control Systems4
Numerical Analysis3
Power Systems Analysis4

Semester 7

CoursesCredit Hours
Engineering Project Management3
Integrated Electronics4
Renewable Energy Systems
Senior Design Project - I
Signal Processing4

Semester 8

CoursesCredit Hours
Engineering Economics3
Power Electronics4
Professional Ethics & Values3
Senior Design Project - II
Smart Grid System Operations3

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