Electronic and Communications Engineering is a multi-disciplinary programme which combines knowledge of science and fundamentals in electronics with communications engineering principles. Students will have the ability to undertake problem identification, formulation and solution, and utilise a systems approach to design and evaluate operational performance.
Industrial training and exposure are important components of the programme to equip graduates with the essential technical knowledge and skills required by a wide range of industries. Students will also be exposed to the essentials of management, business law and ethical engineering practices.
Minimum Requirement (Either one)
Elective I (Choose 3 Courses)
Elective II (Choose 3 Courses)
MPU I* (Choose 1 Course)
MPU I** (Choose 1 Course)
National Language/Other Languages (Choose 1 Course)
Co-curriculum (Choose 1 Course)