Undergraduate Program

Bachelor of Electronics and Communications Engineering Technology

Outstanding Academics essential engineering experience

Electronics,  Communication and Computer engineering technologies are transforming the world in uncountable ways. From text messages to autonomous vehicles, from brain scans to smart cities, from encrypted networks to emerging quantum computers, Electronics Communication engineers design the devices and systems on which society moves, communicates and builds the future. 

Electronics and Communication encompasses numerous disciplines such as microelectronics, computer engineering, signal processing,  and communications. The Department has a world renown faculty, involved in cutting-edge research involving graduate students and undergraduate students alike. Electronics and Communication Engineering at CCE department trains students to have both technical depth, as well as a balanced and well-rounded education, to be better equipped to compete and lead in the global community of the 21st century.

Many of the frontiers of engineering are interdisciplinary, and students will find many of the faculty involved in joint projects with other departments, laboratories, and programs. This provides opportunities for the students in the Department to receive a broad engineering education in more than one technical field, in a liberal arts setting.

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The Electronics and Communication Engineering curriculum places an emphasis on basic theory to provide a sound framework, as well as emphasizing practical experience and entrepreneurship. As a result, every student in the Department has an opportunity to map out a unique program suited to her/his background, interests, and goals.

Of the many fields that constitute Electronics and Communication Engineering, CCE offers two basic tracks of specialty. The track a student will follow typically is chosen in the junior year, with the freshman and sophomore year constituting core curriculum courses.

  • Integrated Circuit Design track:Design of digital and analog circuits, computer systems & architecture, sensor networks, very large-scale integrated (VLSI) circuit design, implementation, and testing and reliability. Students following this track will have skills in computer-aided design of state-of-the-art integrated circuits, embedded microprocessors, and in computer communications.
  • Signal Processing and Communications Track:Embedded computing systems, representation of information in signals, transmission and storage of information, and processing information by computers. Students following this track will have skills in digital signal processing, image processing, neural networks, sensors, and telecommunication systems.

Why Study Here?

Our society relies on Electronics and Communications Engineers for everything from low power electrical machines, control systems, to high voltage electrical power generation and distribution systems. Electronics and Communications Engineering is at the core of the modern world, from computers, to digital circuits, photonics and a wealth of electronic devices. Electronics and Communications engineering is one of the most satisfying subjects that you can study.

If your interests are science, technology or mathematics, then consider electrical and electronic engineering as your career. You will use your imagination, creativity and knowledge to provide society with the complex systems it needs. In your future career you may design the digital control systems for aircraft, internet-enabled sensors, design complete computer systems on a silicon chip , create stunning electronic displays, or design the latest communications satellite or mobile phone.

We are well connected with local, national and international industry, where you get the chance to experience real-life industry challenges and projects, through guest lectures, company visits and networking events.