MS Courses

Courses offered in MS (Electrical Engineering)

Core Courses

Sr. No.

Course Title

Course Code

Credit Hours

1

Alternative Energy Resources

EEP-610

3(3,0)

2

Smart Grid Systems Operation

EEP-611

3(3,0)

3

Power Distribution and Utilization

EEP-612

3(3,0

4

Advanced High Voltage Engineering

EEP-710

3(3,0)

5

Advanced Power System Protection

EEP-711

3(3,0)

6

Digital Image Processing

EEC-610

3(3,0)

7

Wireless Sensor Networks

EEC-611

3(3,0)

8

Advanced Digital Signal Processing

EEC-710

3(3,0)

9

Advanced Mobile and Wireless Communication

EEC-711

3(3,0)

10

Advanced Digital Communication Systems

EEC-712

3(3,0)

 

Elective Courses

Sr. No.

Course Title

Course Code

Credit Hours

1

Research Methods

EEE-610

3(3,0)

2

Advanced Control Systems

EEE-710

3(3,0)

3

Advanced Power Electronics

EEE-711

3(3,0)

4

Project Feasibility Study

EEE-712

3(3,0)

5

Optimization Techniques

EEE-713

3(3,0)

6

Power System Quality ,Reliability and Planning

EEP-712

3(3,0)

7

Power Circuit Breaker and Substation

EEP-713

3(3,0)

8

Non-Conventional Energy Systems

EEP-714

3(3,0)

9

AC/DC Drives

EEP-715

3(3,0)

10

Advanced Topics in Renewable Energy

EEP-810

3(3,0)

11

Advanced Topics in Power System Engineering

EEP-811

3(3,0)

12

Advanced topics in Optimization and Economics of Integrated Power System

EEP-812

3(3,0)

13

Advanced Wireless Communications

EEC-612

3(3,0)

14

Advanced Mobile and Broadband Network

EEC-713

3(3,0)

15

Advanced Information theory and coding

EEC-714

3(3,0)

16

Performance evaluation of Computer Networks

EEC-715

3(3,0)

17

Advanced Topics in Image Processing

EEC-810

3(3,0)

18

Emerging Wireless Network

EEC-811

3(3,0)

19

Advanced Topics in Telecommunication Electronics

EEC-812

3(3,0)

 

*To accommodate modern trends, Institute may reserve the right to change course requirements, fees, course classifications, course contents, class schedules, venues, faculty, and the like, whenever it deems appropriate.

* Core courses can also fulfill Area Electives requirements