The purpose of the MS (EE) program is to provide students with necessary theoretical knowledge and practical skills required for handling engineering research problems.

  • Further their undergraduate knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering
  • Be able to identify, formulate and solve complex engineering problems
  • Have in-depth knowledge of their area of specialization and enable them to understand the impact engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context
  • Be able to recognize of the need for engaging in life-long learning
  • Impart knowledge of contemporary issues in their area of specialization.
  • Create the ability to use modern simulation and modeling tools
  • Enable to conduct meaningful research in the area of specialization and present their work for peer review

Eligibility

  • A minimum of 16 years of education leading to BS/BE degree or equivalent in Electrical/Electronic/Computer/Telecom Engineering (or related disciplines) with a minimum 2.00 of 4.00 CGPA.

Selection Criteria

  • Admission Test / NTS GAT
  • Interview.

Specialization

  • Control Systems
  • Signal Processing
  • Power Electronics

Duration

  • This is normally a two years’ program comprising of 4 semesters. There will be a Fall and a Spring semester in each year. The maximum duration to complete MS in Electrical and Computer Engineering is 4 years.

Degree Requirements

A student admitted to the MS(EE) program will have to complete the degree requirements by following any one of the options listed below:

Options
OPTION 1: 24 Credit hours course work with 6 credit hours Thesis

OPTION 2: 30 Credit hours Course work only

Credit Hrs.
30

30


Area

Core Courses
Specialization / Elective Courses
Research Thesis
Total

Cr Hrs. (Option 1)

12
18
00
30

Cr Hrs. (Option 2)

12
12
06
30

*The student must have a minimum CGPA of 2.5 in the coursework to be eligible for MS (EE) degree.

List of Core Courses

  1. Linear Systems
  2. Advanced Power Electronics
  3. Probability and Stochastic Processes
  4. Research Methods

List of Elective Courses

  1. Advanced Digital Signal Processing
  2. Advanced Digital Image Processing
  3. Computer Simulation and Modeling
  4. Computer Controlled Systems
  5. Adaptive and Self Tuning Control
  6. Applied Artificial Intelligence
  7. Solar Photovoltaic Systems
  8. Advanced Digital Control Systems
  9. Special topics in Solar Photovoltaic Systems
  10. Special Topics in Control Engineering
  11. Special Topics in Signal Processing
  12. Machine Learning
  13. Computer Vision

Semester – I

Core I
Core II
Elective I
Total

 

3
3
3
9

Semester – II

Core III
Core IV
Elective II
Total

 

3
3
3
9

Semester – III

Elective III
Elective IV/Thesis I
Total

 

3
3
6

Semester – IV

Elective V/Elective IV
Elective VI/Thesis II
Total

 

3
3
6

+ PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

The purpose of the MS (EE) program is to provide students with necessary theoretical knowledge and practical skills required for handling engineering research problems.

  • Further their undergraduate knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering
  • Be able to identify, formulate and solve complex engineering problems
  • Have in-depth knowledge of their area of specialization and enable them to understand the impact engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context
  • Be able to recognize of the need for engaging in life-long learning
  • Impart knowledge of contemporary issues in their area of specialization.
  • Create the ability to use modern simulation and modeling tools
  • Enable to conduct meaningful research in the area of specialization and present their work for peer review

Eligibility

  • A minimum of 16 years of education leading to BS/BE degree or equivalent in Electrical/Electronic/Computer/Telecom Engineering (or related disciplines) with a minimum 2.00 of 4.00 CGPA.

Selection Criteria

  • Admission Test / NTS GAT
  • Interview.

Specialization

  • Control Systems
  • Signal Processing
  • Power Electronics

Duration

  • This is normally a two years’ program comprising of 4 semesters. There will be a Fall and a Spring semester in each year. The maximum duration to complete MS in Electrical and Computer Engineering is 4 years.

Degree Requirements

A student admitted to the MS(EE) program will have to complete the degree requirements by following any one of the options listed below:

Options
OPTION 1: 24 Credit hours course work with 6 credit hours Thesis

OPTION 2: 30 Credit hours Course work only

Credit Hrs.
30

30


Area

Core Courses
Specialization / Elective Courses
Research Thesis
Total

Cr Hrs. (Option 1)

12
18
00
30

Cr Hrs. (Option 2)

12
12
06
30

*The student must have a minimum CGPA of 2.5 in the coursework to be eligible for MS (EE) degree.

+ COURSES

List of Core Courses

  1. Linear Systems
  2. Advanced Power Electronics
  3. Probability and Stochastic Processes
  4. Research Methods

List of Elective Courses

  1. Advanced Digital Signal Processing
  2. Advanced Digital Image Processing
  3. Computer Simulation and Modeling
  4. Computer Controlled Systems
  5. Adaptive and Self Tuning Control
  6. Applied Artificial Intelligence
  7. Solar Photovoltaic Systems
  8. Advanced Digital Control Systems
  9. Special topics in Solar Photovoltaic Systems
  10. Special Topics in Control Engineering
  11. Special Topics in Signal Processing
  12. Machine Learning
  13. Computer Vision
+ TENTATIVE STUDY PLAN

Semester – I

Core I
Core II
Elective I
Total

 

3
3
3
9

Semester – II

Core III
Core IV
Elective II
Total

 

3
3
3
9

Semester – III

Elective III
Elective IV/Thesis I
Total

 

3
3
6

Semester – IV

Elective V/Elective IV
Elective VI/Thesis II
Total

 

3
3
6