Master of Professional Engineering

 

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

Ecole de Ingenieurs SCPU's three year Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical) is designed to train the students to work as Engineers or Engineering Technicians in wide ranges of industries.

It is designed to provide the following competencies.
- To train the students to have a wide range of functions within engineering enterprises and engineering teams.

The training includes feasibility investigation, scoping, establishing criteria/performance measures, assessing and reporting technical and procedural options; design and development; component, resources and materials sourcing and procurement; construction, prototyping, manufacture, testing, installation, commissioning, service provision and de-commissioning; tools, plant, equipment and facilities acquisition, management, maintenance, calibration and upgrades; operations management; procedures documentation; presentation and reporting; maintenance systems design and management; project and facility management; quality assurance, costing and budget management; document control and quality assurance.

The training is designed for the students
· To be closely familiar with standards and codes of practice, and to become expert in their interpretation and application to a wide variety of situations.
· To develop very extensive experience of practical installations, and may well be more knowledgeable than Professional Engineers or Engineering Technologists on detailed aspects of plant and equipment that can contribute very greatly to safety, cost or effectiveness in operation.
· To develop high levels of expertise in aspects of design and development processes. These might include, for example, the use of advanced software to perform detailed design of structures, mechanical components and systems, manufacturing or process plant, electrical and electronic equipment, information and communications systems, and so on.
· To do the construction of experimental or prototype equipment.
· To develop detailed practical knowledge and experience complementing the broader or more theoretical knowledge of others.

The training is also designed to provide a good grounding in engineering science and the principles underlying their field of expertise, to ensure that their knowledge and skills are portable across different applications and situations within the broad field of practice.

Equipment, vendor or context-specific training in a particular job are not sufficient to guarantee generic competency.

Given a good knowledge base, however, the graduates may build further on this through high levels of training in particular contexts and in relation to particular equipment.

The competencies of graduates to equip them to certify the quality of engineering work and the condition of equipment and systems in defined circumstances, laid down in recognised standards and codes of practice.

The training is also designed to lead or manage teams appropriate to these activities. Some may establish their own companies or may move into senior management roles in engineering and related enterprises, employing Professional Engineers, Engineering Technologists, and other specialists where appropriate.

YEAR 1
  SEMESTER (1) 
Credits
EE101 DC Circuit Problems
1
EE102 Basic Electrical Fitting & Wiring
1
EE103 Basic Electrical Drafting
1
EE104 Electrical Equipments Safety Protection
2
EE105 Electrical Installation Design
1
EE106 Advanced Electrical Wiring
1
EE107 Electrical Equipments
1
EE108 Electrical Fault Finding
1
EE109 Electrical Control Circuits
1
EE110 Computer Applications
1
EE111 Electromagnetism & Basic Electrical Machines
2
EE112 Alternating Current Principle
2
   
15 Credits
  SEMESTER (2) 
EE113 Electrical Fundamental
2
EE114 Electrical Power Principle
1
EE115 Basic Analogue & Digital Electronics
2
EE116 Process Control System
3
EE117 Solar Electrical System
1
EE118 Electrical Energy Supply System
3
EE119 Electrical Risk Assessment
1
EE120 Electrical Contracting & Specification
1
EE121 Electronics Power Control Device
1
   
15 Credits
 
Year 2  
 
  SEMESTER (1)
EE201 Engineering Mathematics
1
EE202 Electrical Circuits
1
EE203 Three Phase Power Circuits
1
EE204 Engineering Physics
1
EE205 Electrical Power System
2
EE206 AC Machines
2
EE207 DC Machine
1
EE208 Operational Amplifiers
2
EE209 Analogue Electronics
1
   
15 Credits
   
  SEMESTER (2)
EE301 Advanced Electrical Drafting
1
EE302 Advanced Engineering Mathematics
2
EE303 Transmission Line
2
EE304 Power System Protection
2
EE305 Power Transformer
2
EE306 Electro-mechanical Control
2
EE307 Energy Efficient Building Design
2
EE308 Sustainability
1
EE309 Project Management
2
EE310 Engineering Officer Competency Report
2
   
15 Credits
  Total Credits
60 Credits
 
Year 3  
 
  SEMESTER (1)
BAE 401 Advanced Engineering Mathematics
9
BAE 402 Calculus
3
BAE 404 Engineering Materials & Thermodynamics
3
   
15 Credits
   
  SEMESTER (2)
BAE 403 Engineering Mechanics
1
BAE 405 Advanced Circuit Analysis
3
BAE 406 Electro-Mechanics
2
BAE 407 Advanced Electro-Mmagnetics Field & Materials
1
BAE 408 Analogue & Digital Electronics
2
BAE 501 Advanced Power Systems & Power Transmission Networks
2
   
15 Credits
Year 4  
 
  SEMESTER (1)
BAE 502 Linear System
1
BAE 503 Control System
4
BAE 504 Power System Analysis
1
BAE 505 Power System Optimization
1
BAE 506 Power System Stability & Protection
2
BAE 507 Electro-mechanical Energy Conversion
2
BAE 508 Industrial Engineering & Industrial Management
1
BAE 601 Computer Programming
3
   
15 Credits
   
  SEMESTER (2)
BAE 602 Computer Network
1
BAE 603 Software Engineering
3
BAE 604 Telecommunication Engineering
2
BAE 605 Engineering Management
5
BAE 606 Building Service Electrical & Mechanical Engineering
2
BAE 607 Advanced Power Systems & Power Transmission Networks
2
   
15 Credits
     
  Total Credits
120 Credits

 

Progression Pathways
Students wishing to continue their studies can enrol directly into the Master of Professional Engineering program