Department of

Electrical Engineering and Technology

Graduate Program

MS Electrical Engineering (Electronics)


  • The educational objectives of the program are as follows:
    1. To enable students with professional skills, expertise, and knowledge which applied in electrical engineering profession
    2. To prepare and train our students in advanced research of emerging technologies and to get aware with modern tools usage
    3. To embed lifelong learning skills and understanding of ethical responsibilities in professional practices.


Electrical engineering is a practical discipline with a plethora of great career opportunities. After graduating from this program, students are supposed to join various research-oriented institutions and organizations Including educational and industrial sector, Relevant industries include automotive manufacturing, nuclear industry, aerospace, defense, power plants, consumer electronics, commercial construction, computing, and telecommunications.

Electrical engineers require an in-depth understanding of electrical and electronic theory, mathematics, and materials. They also need advanced computer skills, and coding knowledge is a huge advantage. Electrical engineers are increasingly relying on computer-aided design (CAD) systems for testing and research Computer simulations can model giant national power grids, run war games against a new radar or defense system, or test the processing speed of microchips.

Electrical engineers are problem solvers and innovators. They’re always looking to improve output and efficiency. As such, they tend to be analytic thinkers who take a systematic approach. However, there’s still plenty of room for imagination and flair in electrical engineering. Those who can combine the practical approach with novel ways of thinking tend to be the most successful and influential engineers.

And they can do some genuinely amazing things that transform the way we see ourselves and the world. Generally regarded as the greatest electrical engineer of all time, Nikola Tesla believed engineering was much more than just a science’. He saw it as a humanist project that can build a fairer and more sustainable world. All people everywhere should have free energy sources, wrote Tesla in 1900, “Electric power is everywhere present in unlimited quantities and can drive the world’s machinery without the need for coal oil, or gas.

Despite the global economic uncertainty caused by the outbreak of COVID-19, the future looks bright for Electrical engineers. In fact, they will play a central role in developing and testing the smart technologies and infrastructure set to power the global recovery. The US Bureau of Labor Statistics (RIS) predicts that demand for electrical engineers will grow by almost 5% within the next 12 months and exponentially over the coming decade. The rapid pace of technological innovation and development will likely drive demand for electrical and electronics engineers in research and development, an area in which engineering expertise will be needed to develop distribution systems related to new technologies, according to the BLS. Electrical engineers are about the forefront of the most exciting developments in science and technology, including wireless neuro-links that could help stroke victims regain motor function.

Scheme Of Studies
MS Electrical Engineering (Electronics)

Year 1

Semester I

(Program is equivalent to 18 years of education)

Minimum Duration:    2 years ( through 4 regular semesters (Fall/Spring))

Minimum Credits:      31

Year 1

Semester I

Course Code


Course Title


Credit Hours


EE-601 Mathematical Methods for Engineers & Scientists 3+0
EE-602 Semiconductor Materials and Technology 3+0
EE-6XX Elective I 3+0

Year 1

Semester II

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
EE-603 Optimization Theory 3+0
EE-6XX Elective II 3+0
EE-6XX Elective III 3+0

Year 2

Semester III

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
EE-604 Solid-State Electronic Devices 3+0
EE-6XX Elective IV 3+0

Year 2

Semester IV

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
EE-600 Research and Thesis 6+0

List of Electives

List of Courses
EE-601 Mathematical Methods for Engineers & Scientists
EE-602 Semiconductor Materials and Technology
EE-603 Optimization Theory
EE-604 Solid-State Electronic Devices
EE 605 VLSI Design
EE-606 Optical Communication
EE-607 Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems
EE-608 Electro-Optics: Theory and Applications
EE-609 Antenna Design
EE-611 Microwave Circuit Design
EE-612 Bio-Medical Engineering
EE-613 Digital System Design
EE-614 Microprocessor-based System Design
EE-615 Computer Architecture
EE-616 Advanced Circuit Analysis and Filter Design
EE-617 RF and Microwave System Design
EE-618 Power Electronic Systems
EE-619 Embedded Systems
EE-620 Special Topics in Electronics System Design
Research Thesis
EE-600 Research Thesis


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