Bachelors in Electronics Engineering
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The curriculum for Electronics is an optimal combination of theoretical concepts in Electronics and its application to real world problems. The curriculum covers the fundamentals of electronics such as applied mathematics, circuit electronics, electromagnetic theory, system theory, communication systems, digital design, software engineering, quantum information and quantum electronics. This curriculum has been devised to meet the requirements of design and development in the industry.
Degree requirements for this program are:
- A minimum of 60% marks are required in FSc. Admissions will be made on merit, based on results of Entry Test conducted by UET, and candidate's academic record (70% FSc score + 30% Entry Test marks).
There is a bright future for electronic engineers. Many companies currently cannot find enough workers to fill the positions in the country. This translates to higher wages for qualified electronic engineers, and faster potential to promotion. There is an excellent opportunity for advancement for electronic engineers, especially for those who keep abreast with the rapid changes in technology and new inventions.