Electrical Engineering Program 2016

Curriculum Applicable for Admission Batch 2016 and Onward


The curriculum adopts a project based learning pedagogy and has integrated theory and practical components with an aim of championing a more effective approach towards learning



Semester 1 : 19 credit and 25 contact hours


Calculus 1

Introduction to Computer Programming

University Physics : Mechanics

Rhetoric and Composition

Introduction to Engineering Design

MATLAB for Engineers

 


Semester 2 : 18 credit and 25 contact hours


Calculus 2

Data Structure and Algorithms

University Physics : Electricity and Magnetism

Electrical and Electronics Workshop

rinciples of Microeconomics

 

 

 

 

 


Semester 3 : 19 credit and 23 contact hours


Introduction to Differential Equations

University Physics : optics and Quantum Physics

Digital Logic

Introduction to electrical and Electronic Circuits

Effective Speech

 

 

 

 


Semester 4 : 21 credit and 25 contact hours


Probability and Statistics

Applied Linear Algebra

Complex Analysis

Microelectronic Circuits and Devices

Circuit Theory

Principles of Macroeconomics

 

 

 


Semester 5 : 19 credit and 27 contact hours


Signals and Systems

Electromagnetic Waves 1

Electrical Machines 1

Inductor and Transformer Design

Control Systems

 


Semester 6 : 19 credit and 29 contact hours


Electrical Machines 2

Design of Rotating Electrical Machines

Power Electronics Devices and Circuits

Power Systems Analysis and Design 1

Electrical and Electronic Measurements

Environmental Studies

 

 


Semester 7 : 17 credit and 19-21 contact hours


Power Systems Analysis and Design 2

Technical Writing

Legal and Ethical Aspects of Engineering

Departmental Area Elective 1

Departmental Area Elective 2


Semester 8 : 18 credit and 28-30 contact hours


Senior Design Project

Departmental Elective 1

Departmental Elective 2



Semester 1 : Required Textbooks


Early Transcendentals by Stewart

How to Solve it by Computer by Dromey

A Laboratory course for programming in Java by Dale

Critical Thinking and Communication by inch

University Physics by Young and Freedman

Product Design by Otto and Wood

MATLAB for Engineers by Chapman


Semester 2 : Required Textbooks


Early Transcendentals by Stewart

C by Example by Kalicharan

How it solve it by computer by Dromey

University Physics (Vol 2) by Young and Freedman

Make : Electronics by Platt

Make : More Electronics by Platt

Make : Analog Synthesiser by Wilson

Make : Getting Started with Arduino by Banzi and Shiloh

Make : Android Bots and Gadgets by Karvinen

Principles of Economics by Mankiw


Semester 3 : Required Textbooks


Differential Equations and Boundary Value Problems 

by Penney and Edwards

University Physics by Young and Freedman

Digital Logic and Computer Design by Mano

Foundations of Analog and Digital Electronic Circuits

by Agarwal and Lang

The Art of Electronics Student Manual by

Hayes and Horowitz

The Art of Public Speaking by Lucas


Semester 4 : Required Textbooks


Probability and Statistics by Walpole and Myers

Linear Algebra and its applications

by Gilbert Strang

Complex Variables by Albowitz

Microelectronic Circuits by Smith

Laboratory experiments to accompany microelectronic

circuits by gaudet and smith

Fundamentals of electric circuits by alexander and sadiku

Principles of Economics by Mankiw


Semester 5 : Required Textbooks


Signals and Systems by Chaparro

Principles of Electromagnetics by Sadiku

Electric Motors and Drives by Hughes and Drury

Handbook of Electric Motors by Toliyat and Kliman

Transformer and Inductor design handbook by Mclyman

Control Systems Engineering by Norman Nise


Semester 6 : Required Textbooks


Handbook of Electric Motors by Toliyat and Kliman

Design of Rotating Electric Machines by

Pyrrhonen, Jokinen and Hrabovcova

Fundamentals of Power Electronics by

Erickson and Maksimovic

Power System : Analysis and Design by Glover

Electronic Instruments and Measurements by Bell

Environmental Studies by Erach Bharucha


Semester 7 : Required Textbooks


Power System : Analysis and Design by Glover

Technical Writing by Gerson

Engineering Ethics by Harris, Pritchard and Rabbins

Law Relating to Intellectual Property Rights by Ahuja

Other Books as required by the chosen electives


Semester 8 : Required Textbooks


Product Design by Otto and Wood

The Design of Everyday Things by Norman

Other Books as required by the chosen electives