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Electrical and Electronics Engineering (BSc)
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Faculty
Faculty of Engineering
Department
Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Qualification
BSc (Hons)
Level
Undergraduate
Mode
Full-time
Length
4 Years
Fees
€ 5,500 excl. Additional Fees
Scholarship
Yes
Start Date
September/February
Study Abroad
Yes
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Electrical and Electronics Engineering (BSc)

Program Overview
Career Opportunities
Program Structure

The goals of the Electrical & Electronics Engineering Department undergraduate program is to provide the students with total learning experience through a curricular flexibility and student project work.

 

The program embraces the GAU philosophy of education to encourage the individual to develop initiative capabilities and personal responsibility and to create educated leaders of the electrical and electronics engineering professions with an ability to communicate, to work in teams and to understand the broad implications of their work.

 

Students enrolled in the BSc program are required to complete forty courses with 133 credits. A sound understanding of the principles of basic sciences is essential to the study of electrical and electronics engineering. It is essential for the students to be well versed in mathematics and physics.

 

The first 2 years are common for all the departments. In junior year, students take the core courses of the electrical and electronics engineering. In the senior year there is a wide range of technical elective courses, which enable students to specialise further in their particular field of interest.

 

The core courses aim to establish a firm general knowledge in all fields of Electrical and Electronics Engineering. The courses are distributed in eight semesters through four academic years including two graduation projects and summer training.

 

The balanced, integrated curriculum provides an education, which is strong both in the fundamentals and in state-of-the-art knowledge, appropriate for immediate professional practice as well as graduate study and lifelong learning.

 

 

PLC & Microprocess or Laboratory

 

The PLC & Microprocessor laboratory is equipped for undergraduate level courses and projects. There are three groups of experimental sets in this laboratory: PLC (Siemens, Simatic S-7 200), Microprocessors (8086) sets and microcontroller (PIC F877) sets. All these sets are supported by computers and they have their specific programming tools that are aimed to teach how hardware can be controlled by a program. Laboratory is used by both Electrical and Computer Engineering students in different core or technical elective courses. The laboratory also supports graduation projects of the students.

 

Electronics Laboratory

 

This laboratory includes fundamental instruments and experimental sets for electrical and electronic circuits. It is aimed to support undergraduate courses such as circuit theory, physical electronics, electronic circuits, logic circuits and digital systems. DC and AC circuits, basics of diodes and transistors, amplifiers, OP-AMP applications, frequency response, voltage regulators, active filters, combinational logic applications, multiplexers, counters, Arithmetic Logic Units (ALU) are some applications that are conducted in this laboratory. All engineering students use this laboratory during different courses. The laboratory also gives support to graduation projects of the students.

 

Electric Machinery Laboratory

 

This laboratory provides our students different experiments on DC and AC machines on both no load and loaded conditions. The data obtained from these experiments are used to find main performance parameters of the machines and are the same time to draw characteristic curves between measured parameters during no load and loaded tests. During lab experiments, students study physical implementation of the rotors and stators for DC and AC machines.

 

Microwaves and Communications Laboratory

 

This laboratory is equipped by two different kinds of experimental sets. There are two sets for analog communications which include both modulation and demodulation facilities of the most known analog techniques such as AM, FM, ASK, PSK and their variants. This part of the lab is useful for fundamental communications courses. Additionally, microwave trainers are included in this laboratory, which are used for undergraduate and graduate level technical elective courses.

Electrical and Electronics Engineering programme graduates have broad job opportunities. Graduates are capable of working as an engineer or researcher in various related areas, such as communications and networking, energy and power systems, control systems, electrical project/applications, and airline and navigation center, etc.

Year 1

Fall Semester

  • MT111  Calculus I
  • PS111  General Physics I
  • CH101  General Chemistry
  • ENG101  Introduction to Computers
  • ENG103  Computer Aided Design
  • TURK001 NC Turkish I

Spring Semester

  • MT112  Calculus II
  • PS112  General Physics II
  • ENG102  Computer Programming I
  • MT104  Linear Algebra
  • ENG106  Fund. of Industrial Engineering
  • TURK002 NC Turkish II

 

 

Year 2

Fall Semester

  • MT211  Calculus III
  • MT207  Probability Theory
  • ENG201  Fund. of Electrical Engineering
  • ENG203  Computer Programming II
  • ENG205  Logic Circuit Design

Spring Semester

  • MT212  Engineering Mathematics
  • MT206  Differential Equations
  • ENG202  Physical Electronics
  • ENG204  Introduction to Modelling & Optimisation
  • ENG206  Digital Systems

 

 

Year 3

Fall Semester

  • EEN301  Electronic Circuits I
  • EEN303  Circuit Theory
  • EEN305  Electrical Measurements & Instrumentation
  • EEN307  Signals & Systems
  • EEN347  Electromagnetic Theory I

Spring Semester

  • EEN302  Electronic Circuits II
  • EEN304  Feedback Control Systems
  • EEN348  Electromagnetic Theory II
  • ENG304  Engineering Economy
  • MT308  Numerical Analysis

 

 

Year 4

Fall Semester

  • EEN400 NC Engineering Summer Practice
  • EEN401  Graduation Project I
  • EEN403  Communication Systems
  • Free Elective
  • Technical Elective
  • Technical Elective
  • NH001 NC National History I

Spring Semester

  • EEN402  Graduation Project II
  • Free Elective
  • Technical Elective
  • Technical Elective
  • Technical Elective
  • NH002 NC National History II

 

Electives

 

  • EEN419  Digital Integrated Circuit Design
  • EEN420  PLC’s and Automation
  • EEN440  Computer Hardware & Applications
  • EEN441  Digital Signal Processing
  • EEN445  Digital Communications
  • EEN446  Satellite Communications
  • EEN465  Image Processing
  • EEN474  Power Electronics
  • EEN475  Electrical Machinery
  • EEN477  Solar Energy and Photovoltaic System
  • EEN481  Antennas and Propagation
  • EEN482  Microwave Circuits
  • EEN484  Power Supply & Energy Transmission
  • EEN486  Power System Analysis & Protection
  • EEN488  High Voltage Techniques

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