Undergraduate Programs of Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering

B.Sc. in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (4 Years)

B.Sc. in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (Diploma Holders: 3 Years 4 Months)

The Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering at Feni University is offering four-year undergraduate degree program in Electrical & Electronic Engineering. The bachelor degree program requires 150.75 credits and is spread over 12 semesters with 3 semesters per year.

The aim of the degree program is to keep the students well equipped with the theoretical & practical knowledge of the particular branch. Electrical engineers are responsible for the generation, transfer and conversion of electrical power. Electronic engineers study the behaviour and effects of electrons and use this knowledge to design electronic circuits, devices, equipment and systems. Both fields cover a range of subtopics including control systems, signal processing and telecommunications. EEE is a broad and vibrant discipline which interfaces with many other subject areas including physics, computer science and mechanical engineering.

Duration of the Program
The duration of Bachelor of Science (Hons.) in Electrical & Electronics Engineering program is 4 (four) years, which is divided into 12 (twelve) semesters. Each Semester will be of 16 (sixteen) weeks of which 15 (fifteen) are for class room teaching, class test, presentation and mid-term examination etc. and 1 (one) week for conducting final Semester examination. However, students shall have to complete the degree of Bachelor of Science with Honors in not more than 6 (six) academic years. Each theoretical course is of 3 (three) credits and laboratory courses are of 1.5 & 0.75 credits according to their respective theoretical courses. There will be 3 (three) classes of 1 (one) hour per week for each theoretical course. On the other hand, laboratory courses of 1.5 credit have a session of 3(three) hours per week and laboratory courses of 0.75 credit have a session of 3(three) hours per alternative week.