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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 provide fundamental knowledge in several major study areas so that students will be well prepared for work in the highly competitive and fast-moving electronics and communication engineering professions.

The compulsory courses are designed to provide students a broad understanding of the principles, illustrated by current applications, in electronics and communication engineering. The compulsory courses include four laboratory courses, providing hands-on learning of electric circuits, electronics, feedback control, and signal processing and communication.

By the end of the first semester of their fourth year, students will complete the study of most compulsory courses, with a strong emphasis in various communication systems. Through technical elective courses, students can further extend their knowledge in the communications area and/or explore topics in other areas such as electronics or mechatronics.

In 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, The last two options provide a project-based learning opportunity, in which students must integrate and apply the knowledge they have acquired.
 
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
 


Details of Electronics and Communication Engineering curriculum and course descriptions for all academic programs


2014 EC curriculum and course descriptions
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2008 EC curriculum and course descriptions

 
 
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