Modern civilisation depends on electrical energy and electronics, and the future of civilisation depends on the development of sustainable sources of electricity and advances in electronics.
As the world’s population is expected to grow from 7.6 billion to over 10 billion in 2050, the global electricity demand will likely more than double. Electrical engineers will be needed to develop and maintain sustainable electricity sources and the power distribution systems that will store and transmit that electricity to where it is needed worldwide. Since the 1950s, the pace of growth in electronics has been accelerating. The demand for efficient and more powerful electronic devices has continued to grow and is forecasted to continue growing for the foreseeable future. Electronic engineers will be in high demand to continue to design and build computers, smartphones, and other personal electronics for consumers and control systems and components for industrial systems.
This hands-on course is designed to prepare you for employment in one of the many specialties within electrical and electronic engineering. As part of your course, you must participate in 480 hours of internships and professional development to ensure that you graduate job-ready.
– Engineering Foundations – Principles and Communication
– Calculus for Engineers
– Engineering Materials
– Electrical Systems
– Engineering Programming
– Engineering Connections
– Engineering Mechanics
– Engineering Foundations – Design and Process
– Linear Algebra and Statistics for Engineers
– Electrical Circuits
– Unit and C Programming
– Foundations of Digital Design
– Mathematics and Probability Theory
– Signals and Systems
– Electromagnetic and Electromechanical Energy Conservation
– Electronic Fundamentals
– Fundamentals of Engineering Electromagnetics and Transmission Lines
– Dynamic Modelling and Control
– Data Communications and Networking
– Operating Systems
– Renewable Energy Principles
– Law for Engineers
– Engineering Sustainable Development
– Instrumentation and Control
– Engineering Research Project 1
– Engineering Management
– Engineering Research Project 2
– 6 Elective Units
If you have previously worked or studied in this field, you are encouraged to contact the Faculty of Science and Engineering to discuss eligibility for recognition of prior learning
This course can help you become a(n):
Total tuition fees for BEng – Electrical and Electronic:
AED 243,600 or USD 66,740
(Inclusive of VAT)
|Location||Curtin Dubai campus|
|Intake||February | September|
|Duration||4 years full-time|
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