Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Programme Duration : 5 years


Programme Philosophy: The B.Eng. in Electrical and Electronics Engineering is built on a foundation of mathematics, computing science, and physical science. A small component of Electrical Engineering is introduced in the first year, with progressively larger components in second and third year. The final year is devoted exclusively to Electrical and Electronics Engineering courses. Each year of the program comprises a number of discipline-based courses and courses taught by other discipline areas. Most courses in the first three years of the program are common for all Electrical and Electronics Engineering students. In the third and fourth year, students have the option to select specialty topics in areas such as electronics and control and power system engineering. All the programmes lead to a Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.) degree, with the type of engineering specified: B.Eng. (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) In the first two years, there is considerable commonality of subjects within the Faculty of Engineering programmes. However, for the Electrical and Electronics Engineering, more than half of the programs are devoted to mathematics, physics, and computer science. 2.2 Programme Objectives The primary aim of the Electrical and Electronics Engineering degrees within the University is to provide an outstanding engineering education to future leaders and to pursue excellence through contributions to research, the profession, industry, and the community. A second aim is to instill in our students the higher-order critical and analytical thinking skills, research and problem solving abilities, and communication skills needed to enable them to operate effectively in an increasingly complex technical, business, and policy environment.


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Admission Requirements
Admission Requirements A. Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) Admission to 100 Level is through the UTME of the Joint Admission Matriculation Board Examination in subjects such as English Language, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. To be eligible for admission, candidates must have a minimum of five credit pass in the General Certificate of Education (Ordinary Level), or West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE) or NECO or its equivalent at not more than two (2) sittings in the following subjects: Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics and English Language. UTME Subjects: English Language, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics B Direct Entry In addition to the requirements specified above in (A), candidates seeking admission to 200 Level must possess i. National Diploma (ND) at Upper Credit Level or equivalent in Electrical and Electronics Engineering or related discipline from recognized institutions, or ii. Good passes at the General Certificate of Education (Advanced Level) or its equivalent in Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics.


Course Outline

SN Course Code Title Unit Level Semester
1 GST 103 Use of Library, and Information Literacy 2 100 First Learn More
2 PHY 104 Practical Physics II 1 100 Second Learn More
3 MTH 102 General Mathematics II 3 100 Second Learn More
4 GNE 102 Engineer-In-Society 1 100 Second Learn More
5 CSC 102 Introduction to Computer Science II 3 100 Second Learn More
6 MTH 101 General Mathematics I 3 100 First Learn More
7 PHY 106 Properties of Matter 1 100 Second Learn More
8 MTH 103 General Mathematics II (Vector, Geometry & Dynamics) 3 100 First Learn More
9 GST 102 Use of English II 2 100 Second Learn More
10 CHM 104 Practical Chemistry II 1 100 Second Learn More
11 CHM 101 General Chemistry I 2 100 First Learn More
12 PHY 102 General Physics II 3 100 Second Learn More
13 GST 105 Citizenship and Leadership Education 2 100 First Learn More
14 GST 101 Use of English I 2 100 First Learn More
15 CHM 102 General Chemistry II 2 100 Second Learn More
16 PHY 101 General Physics I 3 100 First Learn More
17 GST 104 History of Philosophy of Science and Technology 2 100 Second Learn More
18 CHM 103 Practical Chemistry I 1 100 First Learn More
19 CSC 101 Introduction to Computer Science I 2 100 First Learn More
20 PHY 103 Practical Physics I 1 100 First Learn More
21 GST 106 Philosophy and Logic 2 100 Second Learn More
22 GNE 221 Applied Mechanics 3 200 First Learn More
23 GST 201 Nigerian Peoples and Cultures 2 200 First Learn More
24 GNE 236 Basic Thermodynamics 2 200 Second Learn More
25 GNE 201 Engineering Drawing 2 200 First Learn More
26 GNE 228 Basic Electrical Engineering II 3 200 Second Learn More
27 GST 202 Entrepreneurship I 2 200 Second Learn More
28 GNE 231 Materials Science 3 200 First Learn More
29 GNE 223 Basic Electrical Engineering I 3 200 First Learn More
30 GNE 211 Engineering Mathematics I 3 200 First Learn More
31 GNE 216 Strength of Materials 3 200 Second Learn More
32 GNE 202 Manufacturing Technology/Workshop Practice 2 200 Second Learn More
33 GNE 212 Engineering Mathematics II 3 200 Second Learn More
34 GST 203 Introduction to Music 1 200 First Learn More
35 GNE 214 Fluid Mechanics 3 200 Second Learn More
36 EEE 322 Electronic Circuits II 3 300 Second Learn More
37 EEE 324 Information System Analysis & Design 2 300 Second Learn More
38 EEE 314 Electromagnetic Waves 3 300 Second Learn More
39 EEE 317 Electric Circuit Theory 3 300 First Learn More
40 EEE 319 Physical Electronics 3 300 First Learn More
41 GNE 316 Engineering Mathematics IV 3 300 Second Learn More
42 EEE 315 Electrical Machines 3 300 First Learn More
43 GNE 302 Technical Communications 2 300 Second Learn More
44 EEE 313 Electromagnetic Fields 3 300 First Learn More
45 EEE 312 Numerical Methods 3 300 Second Learn More
46 GNE 315 Engineering Mathematics III 3 300 First Learn More
47 EEE 321 Electronic Circuits I 3 300 First Learn More
48 EEE 311 Measurements and Instrumentation 3 300 First Learn More
49 EEE 316 Electromechanical Devices and Design 2 300 Second Learn More
50 EEE 318 Control Theory 3 300 Second Learn More
51 EEE 411 Communication Principles 3 400 First Learn More
52 EEE 413 Antenna & Propagation 3 400 First Learn More
53 EEE 415 Electric Power Systems Engineering Principles 3 400 First Learn More
54 EEE 425 Renewable Energy 2 400 First Learn More
55 EEE 513 Advanced Computer Programming and Statistics 2 400 First Learn More
56 EEE 419 Computer Systems Engineering 0 400 First Learn More
57 EEE 406 SIWES- Student ‘s Report and Seminar Presentation (SIWES II) 9 400 Second Learn More
58 EEE 402 SIWES-Industry-Based Supervisor's Assessment 3 400 Second Learn More
59 EEE 421 Electrical/Electronic Laboratory 1 400 First Learn More
60 EEE 404 SIWES-University Supervisor's Assessment 3 400 Second Learn More
61 ECT 413 Artificial Neural Network 3 400 First Learn More
62 ECE 526 Robotics & Automation 2 500 Second Learn More
63 EEE 517 Advanced Circuit Techniques 2 500 First Learn More
64 EEE 521 Solid State Electronics 2 500 First Learn More
65 EEE 538 Analogue And Digital Computer 2 500 Second Learn More
66 EEE 526 Industrial Electronics Design 2 500 Second Learn More
67 EEE 590 Final Year Project 6 500 Second Learn More
68 GNE 502 Engineering Management 0 500 Second Learn More
69 EEE 524 Digital Communications System 3 500 Second Learn More
70 EEE 515 Control Engineering 2 500 First Learn More
71 EEE 528 Power Systems Engineering Principle 3 500 Second Learn More
72 EEE 540 Telecommunication Services Design 2 500 Second Learn More
73 EEE 535 Switchgear And High Voltage Engineering 2 500 First Learn More
74 EEE 532 Object-Oriented Design and Programming 3 500 Second Learn More
75 EEE 539 Telecommunication Engineering 2 500 First Learn More
76 EEE 536 Communications Systems 3 500 Second Learn More
77 EEE 511 Reliability and Maintainability of Electrical Systems 2 500 First Learn More
78 EEE 533 Power Electronics and Devices 3 500 First Learn More
79 EEE 531 Introduction to Nanotechnology 2 500 First Learn More
80 EEE 530 Electrical Services Design 2 500 Second Learn More
81 GNE 501 Engineering Economics 3 500 First Learn More
82 EEE 534 Power System Communication and Control 2 500 Second Learn More
83 GNE 502 Engineering Management 0 500 Second Learn More
84 EEE 537 Micro-Computer Hardware And Software 2 500 First Learn More
85 EEE 519 Digital Signal Processing 3 500 First Learn More