Department of Electrical Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering

The Electrical Engineering Program at SS-CASE-IT has an exceptional blend of theoretical research and extensive practical training to mould students into skillful professionals ready to take up real world challenges in the industry. A strong curriculum is offered by highly qualified engineering faculty with reputable accomplishments in research, academic publications and industrial projects.

  1. Our Electrical Engineering Program is one of the first Electrical Engineering Program in Pakistan to receive Level 2 Accreditation from Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC) under the new OBE Accreditation System. PEC also has the signatory status for the Washington Accord.

  2. Washington Accord is an international agreement among bodies responsible for reciprocal accreditation of engineering degree programs. Among the signatories are Australia, Canada, Japan, Malaysia, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, UK and USA. Graduates of our BSEE Program can directly apply for jobs in these countries.

The department has revamped the Electrical Engineering program in line with the current needs of industry. The department now offers the BS Electrical Engineering degree with options for students to focus on such areas in IT sector such as Artificial Intelligence, Embedded Systems, Cyber Security, Block Chain Technologies, Mobile App development and Web and Database Engineering.

Program Duration
  1. Minimum: 4 years (8 semesters)

  2. Maximum: 6 Years (With One Year Extension)

Degree Requirements

To earn a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering, a student must successfully complete the course work as outlined in degree plans (132 CH) including six credit hours of Senior Design Project and a Summer Internship of 6 to 8 weeks (non‐credited). A student has to attain a minimum CGPA of 2.0 out of 4.0 to be eligible for the degree.

Eligibility Criteria
  1. The candidate must have passed the Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) (Pre-Engineering) Examination with Chemistry, Mathematics, and Physics or (HSSC) (ICS) examination with Mathematics, Physics and Computer Studies/Computer Science with at least 60% unadjusted marks from a recognized Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education of Pakistan or an equivalent examination as recognized by Inter Board Committee of Chairmen (IBCC).

  2. All foreign equivalent examinations like Cambridge Overseas Higher School Certificate Advanced Level (with Physics, Chemistry/Computer Studies, and Mathematics), British General Certificate of Education Advanced Level (with Physics, Chemistry/Computer Studies, and Mathematics), American High School Graduation Diploma (HSG Diploma) etc. must provide a certificate of equivalence with HSSC (Pre-Engineering or ICS) with at least 60% unadjusted marks issued by IBCC.

  3. Diploma of Associate Engineer (DAE) in the relevant discipline (Electrical / Electronics or relevant discipline as prescribed by PEC) from a recognized Board of Technical Education obtaining at least 60% unadjusted marks.

  4. B. Tech (Hons) / B.S / B.Sc. / Bachelor of Technology (with relevant discipline) or equivalent qualification duly recognized by HEC obtaining at least 60% unadjusted marks with a maximum of one-year exemption as determined by the Department Academic Affairs Committee.

  5. Rounding off percentage figure to make it 60% will not be considered towards eligibility.

Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs)

The twelve graduate attributes in the guidelines provided by Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC) as per Manual of Accreditation 2014 have been adopted by Sir Syed CASE Institute of Technology (SS-CASE-IT) as Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs) for the Electrical Engineering Program. It is ensured that these PLOs are achieved by Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs) of electrical engineering curriculum as redefined by course outlines and assessed through both direct and indirect methods for the attainment of program mission.

The list of PLOs for the Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Program is:

  1. Engineering Knowledge: An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

  2. Problem Analysis: An ability to identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences.

  3. Design/Development of Solutions: An ability to design solutions for complex engineering problems and design systems, components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

  4. Investigation: An ability to investigate complex engineering problems in a methodical way including literature survey, design and conduct of experiments, analysis and interpretation of experimental data, and synthesis of information to derive valid conclusions.

  5. Modern Tool Usage: An ability to create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools, including prediction and modeling, to complex engineering activities, with an understanding of the limitations.

  6. The Engineer and Society: An ability to apply reasoning informed by contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice and solution to complex engineering problems.

  7. Environment and Sustainability: An ability to understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development.

  8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice.

  9. Individual and Team Work: An ability to work effectively, as an individual or in a team, on multifaceted and /or multidisciplinary settings.

  10. Communication: An ability to communicate effectively, orally as well as in writing on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

  11. Project Management: An ability to demonstrate management skills and apply engineering principles to one’s own work, as a member and/or leader in a team, to manage projects in a multidisciplinary environment.

  12. Lifelong Learning: An ability to recognize importance of, and pursue lifelong learning in the broader context of innovation and technological developments.

Semester - I
Code Title Credit Hours Pre-Requisite
CS1501 Introduction to Information and Communication Technologies211Freshman Standing
HU1011 Functional English220Freshman Standing
SC1001 Calculus and Analytical Geometry330Freshman Standing
SC1201 Applied Physics330Freshman Standing
CS1004 Programming Fundamentals431Freshman Standing
HU1101 Islamic Ideology220Freshman Standing
Total 16 14 2  
Semester - II
Code Title Credit Hours Pre-Requisite
CS2003 Data Structure and Algorithms431Programming Fundamentals
SC1102 Differential Equations330Calculus and Analytical Geometry
EE1105 Linear Circuit Analysis431Applied Physics
EE3001 Probability Methods in Engineering330Calculus and Analytical Geometry
EE2403 Digital Logic Design431Freshman Standing
Total 18 15 3  
Semester - III
Code Title Credit Hours Pre-Requisite
XXXXXX Inter Disciplinary Engineering Elective-I431As per course
EE2104 Electric Network Analysis431Linear Circuit Analysis
EE2301 Electronic Devices & Circuits431Linear Circuit Analysis
XXXXXX Inter Disciplinary Engineering Elective-II321As per course
SC2104 Discrete Mathematics / Complex Variables & Transforms330Calculus and Analytical Geometry
Total 18 14 4  
Semester - IV
Code Title Credit Hours Pre-Requisite
EE2203 Signals and Systems431Sophomore Standing
EE2402 Introduction to Embedded Systems431Digital Logic Design
EE2105 Electrical Machines431Electric Network Analysis
SC1003 Multivariable Calculus220Calculus and Analytical Geometry
EE1104 Workshop Practices101Sophomore Standing
HU1012 Communication Skills220Functional English
Total 17 13 4  
Semester - V
Code Title Credit Hours Pre-Requisite
SC2103 Linear Algebra330Junior Standing
EE3XXX Breadth Core-I321As per course
EE3202 Linear Control Systems431Signals and Systems
MS30XX Management Elective-I330Junior Standing
EE3502 Communication Systems431Signals and Systems
Total 17 14 3  
Semester - VI
Code Title Credit Hours Pre-Requisite
EE3501 Electromagnetic Theory330Multivariable Calculus
EE3XXX Breadth Core-II321As per course
HU3013 Technical Writing330Junior Standing
XXXXXX Depth Elective-I431As per course
EE1002 Engineering Drawing101Junior Standing
XXXXXX Depth Elective-II431As per course
Total 18 14 4  
Semester - VII
Code Title Credit Hours Pre-Requisite
XXXXXX Depth Elective-III431As per course
XXXXXX Depth Elective-IV431As per course
HU30XX Social Science Elective-I220Senior Standing
HU30XX Social Science Elective-II220Senior Standing
EE4901 Senior Year Design Project-I202Earned at least 92 Credit Hours
Total 14 10 4  
Semester - VIII
Code Title Credit Hours Pre-Requisite
XXXXXX Depth Elective-V431As per course
HU1102 Pakistan Studies220Senior Standing
HU30XX Social Science Elective-III220Senior Standing
MS30XX Management Elective-II330Senior Standing
EE4902 Senior Year Design Project-II404Senior Year Design Project-I
Total 15 10 5  

List of Electives for Electrical Engineering Program:

List of Social Science and Management Electives:
Course Code Title Credit Hours Pre-Requisite
HU3031 Professional Ethics202Senior Standing
HU3032 Sustainable Development and Environment202Senior Standing
HU3033 Ethical and Legal Dimensions of Engineering202Senior Standing
HU3034 Society and Engineer202Senior Standing
MS3051 Entrepreneurship303Junior Standing
MS3052 Introduction to Engineering Project Management303Junior Standing
MS3053 Total Quality Management303Junior Standing
MS3054 Critical Thinking and Leadership303Junior Standing
List of Inter-Disciplinary Engineering Electives
Course Code Title Credit Hours Pre-Requisite
SE4420 Machine Learning314
SE3401 Mobile and Web Development314CS1001
SE3801 Ethical Hacking314
ME2102 Introduction to Robotics303
ME1101 Mechanics303
ME2201 Thermodynamics303
CE1101 Strength of Material303
ME3103 Industrial Automation314
CE2301 Hydraulics303
CS2201 Introduction to Database Systems314CS2003
SE2101 Software Engineering213
List of Major Based Electives:
Course Code Title Credit Hours Pre-Requisite
Breadth Core
EE3302 Electronic Circuit Design314EE2301
EE3503 Computer Communication Networks314
EE3601 Power System Analysis314EE2301
EE3602 Power Distribution and Utilization314EE1101
EE3303 Power Electronics314EE2301
CS2504 Operating Systems314CS2003
Depth Elective
EE2419 Introduction to Internet of Things314
EE4521 Mobile and Cloud Computing303CS1001
EE4520 Intelligent Adhoc and Cognitive Networks303
EE3203 Digital Signal Processing314EE2201
EE4506 Digital Communication314EE3001
EE4507 Antenna Design and Wave Propagation314EE3501
EE4511 Optical Communication303EE3502
EE4509 Wireless and Mobile Communications303EE4506
EE4510 Satellite Communication303EE3502
EE4514 Emerging Wireless Technologies and RF Planning303
EE4599 Advanced Topics in Telecommunications Engineering303As per course
EE4307 VLSI Design314EE2301
EE3104 Instrumentation and Measurements314EE1101
EE4312 Digital Electronics303EE2301
EE3308 Industrial Electronics314EE3303
EE3411 Digital System Design314EE2401
EE4610 Smart Grid303
EE4398 Advanced Topics in Embedded Systems314EE2402
EE3307 Sensor Interfacing and Single Board Computer314
EE4608 Renewable Energy Systems303EE3601
EE4603 Power Generation303
EE4604 Electrical Power Transmission314
EE4107 Industrial Drives314EE3601
EE4609 FACTS and HVDC Transmission314
IS2101 Information Security Engineering303
EE4409 Network and System Programming314EE3503
CY3814 Malware Analysis314
EE4416 Cyber Law & Cyber Crime303
EE3412 Introduction to Artificial Intelligence303CS2003
EE4417 Swarm and Robotics Intelligence303
EE3109 Sensors and Actuators 303
EE4418 Natural Language Processing314CS1001
EE4419 Real-time Operating Systems303CS2504
EE3413 Human-Computer Interface303
IS3103 Cryptographic Design Engineering314EE3001
IS3302 Network Security Engineering314EE3503
IS3106 Security Engineering Management303CS2003
IS3601 Legal Aspects of Information Security303
IS3602 Human Factors and Information Security Engineering303
IS3501 Database Security314
IS3202 Cryptanalysis 303
EE4421 Parallel and Distributed Computing303
IS3504 System Security and Resilience303
IS4304 Penetration Testing / ethical hacking314
CS2406 Information Security303