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Bachelor of Technology (Electronics & Computers)


Unit Code Unit Title Semester Weight
First Examination (Year 1)
AEB120 Bridging Course for Technologists [1] 10
AEB135 Introduction to Engineering [fy] 24
KRA170 Chemistry of Materials [fy] 17
KCA117 Engineering Computing 1 [1] 12
ACM150 Engineering Drawing [fy] 12
Either KXA161 or KMA102
KXA161 Mathematics A (Eng) [fy] 25
KMA102 Calculus & Linear Algebra 1 [fy] 25
Second Examination (Year 2)
AEB202 Electronics [2] 9.5
AEB204 Communication Systems 1 [2] 9.5
AEB208 Electrical Measurements [1] 9.5
AEB210 Electrical Engineering Fundamentals [2] 13.5
AEB211 Electrical Materials and Devices [2] 9.5
AEB215 Engineering Computing 2 [1] 9.5
AEB219 Occupational Safety [2] 6.5
AEB251 Electrical Design 1 [fy] 9.5
AEB361 Accounting & Economics for Engineers [1] 4.5
KME280 Engineering Mathematics for Technologists [2] 9
and either AEB315 or AEB321
AEB315 Software Systems [2] 9.5
AEB321 Power Systems [2] 9.5
Third Examination (Year 3)
AEB302 Digital Electronics [1] 9.5
AEB303 Computer Systems 1 [2] 9.5
AEB306 Transients and Control [1] 9.5
AEB322 Power Electronics [1] 9.5
AEB353 Technology Design Project [fy] 24
AEB461 Business Strategies and Marketing for Engineers [2] 9.5
and 3 of the following units
AEB304 Communication Systems 2 [2] 9.5
AEB311 Signals and Linear Systems *a* [2] 9.5
AEB407 Electronic Systems [2] 9.5
AEB412 Computer and Data Networks [1] 9.5
AEB413 Software and Knowledge Engineering [1] 9.5
AEB416 Computer Systems 2 *b* [1] 9.5
AEB445 Power Electronic Drive Systems [1] 9.5
AEB447 Measurements and Process Control [2] 9.5
KCA324 Digital Image Processing [2] 9.5
Another unit approved by the Head of Department

*a* prerequisites: AEB210/202 and KME271
*b* prerequisites: AEB302/303




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