B.Sc. in Electrical and Electronics Engineering


B.Sc. in Electrical and Electronics Engineering


The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering prepares students for highly competitive, national placement in electrical and computer engineering employment and graduate education by providing a thorough grounding in electrical science and design, together with a sound foundation in mathematics, basic sciences, and life skills.

The curriculum of the department provides a strong foundation in the fundamentals of the profession, including engineering problem-solving, breadth in the major facets of the profession, and the opportunity to specialize in today’s critical areas of computer engineering, communication systems, and microelectronics. Graduates will be well prepared for constant technological change and growth through lifelong learning.


Upon completing this program, students will know and know how to do the following:

  • Apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering;
  • Design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data;
  • Design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability and sustainability;
  • Function on multidisciplinary teams;
  • Identify, formulate and solve engineering problems;
  • Gain an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility;
  • Communicate effectively;
  • Complete the broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental and societal context;
  • Recognize the need for, and an ability to engage in, lifelong learning;
  • Gain knowledge of contemporary issues;
  • Use the techniques, skills and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.


  • The minimum admission requirement for entry into the department are five credits at not more than two sittings in WASSCE or GCE “O”- Level.
    1. Candidate must obtain Credit of a minimum grade of C5 in the Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and a minimum grade of C6 in English Language.
    2. In addition to the requirements in (1) above, candidates must obtain credit of minimum C6 in any other science or technical subject.
  • Candidates with the minimum of 5 “O” level Credits including English language of “C” or better and with Credits of “C” or better at “A” Level in Mathematics and at least one other subject chosen from Physics and Chemistry, will be admitted to Year II.
  • OND and HND candidates:
    1. Candidates with Pass or CREDIT at OND and Pass at HND with minimum C6 in English Language at WASSCE will be admitted to Year II.
    2. Candidates with Pass or Credit at OND and Credit at HND with minimum C6 in English Language at WASSCE will be admitted to Year III.
    3. Candidates with Pass or Credit at OND with a minimum C6 in English Language at WASSCE will be admitted to Year I.
    4. All OND and HND candidates with the entry requirements but without the minimum C6 in English Language at WASSCE will be required to take and pass the College Matriculation English Language exam for admission.

Courses Details

Course Title Credit Hours
1st Sem 2nd Sem
CHEM 101 General Chemistry I 3  
CHEZ 101 General Chemistry Laboratory I 1  
ENGR 100 Introduction to Engineering 1  
ENGR 101 Communication Skills I 2  
ENGR 111 Innovation Shop Training I 1  
MATH 200 Calculus with Analytical Geometry 4  
PHY 160 University Physics I 3  
PHY 160L University Physics I Laboratory 1  
CSC 150 Computer concepts and applications   3
ENGR 211 Innovation Shop Training I1   2
MENG 215 Engineering Visualization and Computation   3
ENGR 102 Communication Skills II   2
MATH 201 Calculus with Analytical Geometry   4
PHY 161 University Physics I1   3
PHY 161L University Physics I1 Laboratory   1
TOTAL (Semester) 16 18
TOTAL (Year) 34


Course Title Credit Hours
1st Sem 2nd Sem
ENGR 395 Professional Development 2  
SEM 201 Spartan Seminar 2  
EEE 201 Electrical Network Theory I 3  
EEE 201L Electrical Network Theory I Laboratory 1  
EEE 302 Microelectronics 3  
EEE 302L Microelectronics Laboratory 1  
SCM 285 Principles of Speech 3  
MATH 300 Linear Algebra 3  
EEE 202 Electrical Network Theory II   3
EEE 202L Electrical Network Theory II Laboratory   1
EEE 331 Microprocessors   3
EEE 331L Microprocessors Laboratory   1
EEE 203 Electronic Principles   3
EEN 231 Digital Logic Design   3
EEN 231L Digital Logic Design Laboratory   1
MATH 301 Differential Equations   3
TOTAL (Semester) 18 18
TOTAL (Year) 36


Course Title Credit Hours
1st Sem 2nd Sem
EEE 301 Engineering Electronics I 3  
EEE 301L Engineering Electronics I Laboratory 1  
EEE 305 Signals and Systems I 3  
EEE 311 Engineering Economics 3  
STAT 441 Applied Statistics for Engineers and Scientists 3  
MATH 307 Multivariate Calculus 4  
ECON 205 The Economics of Product Development and Markets   3
EEE 351 Communications Engineering   3
EEN 321 Electromagnetic Field Theory   3
EEN 333 Digital Integrated Circuits   3
EEE 333L Digital Integrated Circuits Laboratory   1
EEN 371 Control Systems   3
TOTAL (Semester) 17 16
TOTAL (Year) 33


Course Title Credit Hours
1st Sem 2nd Sem
BUS 288 Principles of E-Business 3  
EEE 401 Electronics Engineering Seminar 1  
EEE 451 Communication Systems 3  
EEE 471 Power System Analysis 3  
EEE 498 Fourth Year Project I 3  
CSC 450 Electronic Publishing   3
MGMT 310 Managing People in Organizations   3
EEE 402 Power Electronics   3
EEE 499 Fourth Year Project II   3
POLI 374 Financial Management for Nonprofits   3
TOTAL (Semester) 13 15
TOTAL (Year) 28


Course Description

Fundamental principles and theories of chemistry, including qualitative analysis.