ME Electrical Engineering

The Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering is a program that helps in development of electrical engineering skills amongst the students and preparing them for the challenges in the engineering industry. To make the students familiar with the tools, methodologies and concepts of electrical engineering better, all the equipment have been made an important part of the study program so that it could culminate a much intensive learning.

The electrical engineers during this program are taught to better their skills of designing, developing, testing and supervising so that they can advance in their current roles all the way to leadership positions in the same domain. Research projects and papers have been made a part of this program to invigorate amongst the students a conceptual and theoretical knowledge in the subject.

 

What will you learn from this course

Through this Masters program you will be able to do the following:

  • You will work on research based project.
  • You will able to apply engineering principles within and outside the classroom
  • Develop skill set relevant to employers need
  • Students are able to take leadership roles and move up the career ladder more quickly
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Information Research Strategies 2 Introduction to information research including electronic resources. This course is designed to help researchers locate, evaluate, and use information. It includes exploration of the research process, search strategies, locating resources, source documentation, and organization of research.
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Test Engineering Fundamentals 2 Fundamental concepts of testing electrical or mechatronic devices are presented. Topics include design for testability, test economics and product quality, fault models, functional and statistical techniques, IC parametric tests, boundary scans, built-in self tests, and board level design for testability.
Electronic Manufacturing 2 Emphasizes fundamentals of signal transmission theory, digital circuit design, the role of packaging in circuit performance, and PCB manufacturing.
Quality Control 2 Fundamentals of statistical quality control are studied. Areas of study include process improvement, reduction of variation, root cause analysis, measures and costs of quality, systems thinking, and analysis and use of non-numeric test results such as modeling using ordinal variables.
EMC Test Engineering Fundamentals 2 Introduction to concepts and methodologies used in Electromagnetic Compatibility conformance testing. Course will explore common design flaws that result in EMC issues as well as industry standard test methods used to uncover those flaws. Intended as preparation for NARTE EMC Technician and Engineer exam.
Digital Hardware Testing 2 The course emphasizes fundamentals of digital hardware design for testability, faults in digital circuits, fault simulation and test generation, memory testing, testing of sequential circuits, microprocessor testing, digital circuit design, the role of packaging in circuit performance and PCB manufacturing.
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Optical System Design and Testing 2 The fundamental concepts of optical system design and testing are presented at the moderate level. Simulation tools for modeling a broad range of optical components are designed to enhance the learning process. Laboratory experiments are intended to provide hands-on experience.
Advanced Methods in Power Systems 2 Advanced analysis and simulation methods for load flow, symmetrical components, short circuit studies, optimal system operation, stability, and transient analysis. Application of commonly used software reinforces concepts and provides practical insights.
Transient Analysis Methods 2 A study of transient behaviors and their analysis and prediction. Addresses analytical methods and their numerical implementation, switching and lightning surges, short circuits, and non-linear effects. Includes computer simulations.
Advanced Electric Machinery and Drives 2 Advanced electromechanics of rotating and linear machines. Topics include dynamic analysis of machines, reference frame transformations, reduced order models, models of mechanical loads, power electric drives for motors, and digital simulation of machines and electric drive systems. Applications discussed will include renewable energy and electric propulsion systems.
Power System Protection 2 Real-time monitoring and protection of modern power systems. Secure and reliable operation of radial and grid systems. Protection of transmission lines, buses, generators, motors, transformers, and other equipment against disturbances.
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Power System Operations 3 Study of advanced engineering and economic algorithms and analysis techniques for the planning, operation, and control of the electric power system from generation through transmission to distribution.
Computer Modeling of Power Systems 3 Topics include modeling and computer methods applied to electrical power systems, matrix formulations, network topology and sparse matrix data structures, loadflow, short- circuit and stability formulations, constrained optimization methods for loadflow and state estimation, and time-domain simulation methods for transient analysis.
Distribution Engineering 3 Modeling and analysis of electrical distribution systems; load characteristics, load modeling, unbalanced three-phase overhead and underground line models, and distribution transformers. Analysis of primary system design, applications for capacitors, voltage drop, power loss, distribution system protection, and introduction to advanced distribution automation.
Wind Power 3 Wind turbines are the fastest growing segment of the generator mix being added to power systems today. There is a growing need to understand the many issues caused by these additions. This course covers the theoretical background, regulations, integration experience, and modeling.
Advanced Propulsion for Hybrid Electric Drive Vehicles 3 Hybrid electric vehicles (HEV) will be studied and simulated using advanced powertrain component analysis and modeling. An in-depth analysis and study of power flows, losses, and energy usage are examined for isolated powertrain components and HEV configurations. Simulation tools will be developed and applied to specify powertrain and vehicle components and to develop control and calibration for a constrained optimization to vehicle technical specifications.
Engineering Electromagnetics 3 A mathematically rigorous study of dynamic electromagnetic fields, beginning with Maxwell's equations. Topics include scalar and vector potentials, waves, and radiation.
Solar Photovoltaic Science and Engineering 3 Solar photovoltaic materials, the device physics of photovoltaic cells and practical applications of solar electric systems engineering.
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Thesis 2 An independent research and scholar reporting on a selected topic specifically selected from related subjects. The department schedules and coordinates a number of seminars to assist students selecting the topics and to fine tune their work up to reporting. Credit is granted based on the quality of final product after evaluation of correctness, simplicity and clarity, amount of work done, amount of references and materials used and optimality factors.