Ph.D Electrical Engineering

Course ID
Campus
Superior University
Level
Doctoral Programs
Semester
Fall 2019
Total Credit
48
  • Course Duration: 3 Years
  • Total Credit Hours: 48

Eligibility

1.  An MS/MPhil with Thesis or its Equivalent Degree with Thesis in the relevant field from an accredited educational institution with Minimum CGPA of 3.0/4.0 under Semester system or 70% under Conventional System with No Third division or D grade throughout the Academic Career.
2. GRE (subject) as per HEC Policy, or GAT (subject) with at least 60% Marks.
3. For admission in PhD Electrical Engineering Program, any one of the existing GAT (subject) Tests in Electrical, Telecom or Electronics Engineering will be acceptable with a Minimum Score of 60% Marks or Test conducted bySup

 

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Course Work

Semester 1

Major Couse -I 03
Elective -I 03
Elective -II 03

Semester 2

Major Couse -I 03
Elective -III 03
Elective -IV 03

Semester 3,4,5,6

Research Work 30

Core Courses

Alternative Energy Resources
Smart Grid Systems Operation
Power Distribution and Utilization
Advanced High Voltage Engineering
Advanced Power System Protection
Digital Image Processing
Wireless Sensor Networks
Advanced Digital Signal Processing
Advanced Mobile and Wireless Communication
Advanced Digital Communication Systems

Elective Courses

Research Methods
Advanced Control Systems
Advanced Power Electronics
Project Feasibility Study
Optimization Techniques
Power System Quality ,Reliability and Planning
Power Circuit Breaker and Substation
Non-Conventional Energy Systems
AC/DC Drives
Advanced Topics in Renewable Energy
Advanced Topics in Power System Engineering
Advanced Topics in Optimization and Economics of
Integrated Power System
Advanced Wireless Communications
Advanced Mobile and Broadband Network
Advanced Information Theory and Coding
Performance Evaluation of Computer Networks
Advanced Topics in Image Processing
Emerging Wireless Network
Advanced Topics in Telecommunication Electronics