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Electronics and Communication Engineering Curriculum

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Curriculum Outline
Electronics and Communication Engineering is among the most challenging fields of study in electrical engineering. The areas of study in electronics and communication engineering are quite diverse. The curriculum is therefore developed to include several major study areas so that students will be well prepared for work in the highly competitive electronics and communication engineering professions.

The compulsory courses are designed to provide students with broad knowledge in electronics and communication engineering, which is necessary to satisfy the general needs of the industrial sectors in Thailand. The compulsory courses include four laboratory courses in electrical engineering, which are provided to illustrate practical aspects of electric circuits, electronics, feedback control, signal processing and communication.

After gaining sufficient basic knowledge through the compulsory courses, students can choose technical elective courses provided in three major areas: Communications, Electronics, and Mechatronics, in the fourth year. The Communications Area concentrates on the study on advanced communication systems, such as optical and mobile communication systems. The Electronics Area focuses on solid state technology, microelectronics, and advanced electronic circuit design. The Mechatronics Area provides fundamental and intermediate courses in mechatronics, robotics, and advanced control systems. These technical elective courses are offered to cope with the rapid changes in technology and the highly diverse areas of study in electronics and communication engineering. During the last semester, students can choose from three main options: academic exchange programs abroad, extended training programs with leading local companies, or senior projects with SIIT advisors.
Structure and Components

1. General Basic Courses 30   Credits
  1.1 Part I 21   Credits
    1.1.1 Humanities 2   Credits
    1.1.2 Social Sciences 5   Credits
    1.1.3 Languages 9   Credits
    1.1.4 Science and Mathematics 5   Credits
  1.2 Part II 9   Credits
2. Core Courses 114   Credits
  2.1 Compulsory Courses 108   Credits
  2.2 Technical Elective Courses 6   Credits
3. Free Elective Courses 6   Credits
  Total 150   Credits

2013 EC curriculum and course descriptions for all academic programs

Details of previous EC (formerly known as TC) curriculum and course descriptions for all academic programs
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