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Bachelor of Electrical  & Electronics Engineering

YEAR 1 SEMESTER 1

S/N COURSE 
CODE
COURSE 
TITLE
LECTURE 
HOURS
LAB/
TUTORIALS
CREDIT 
HOURS
1 MATH 101-01 Differential Calculus & Complex Numbers (Mathematics) 2 2 3
2 FREN 101-01 French For Communication 2 0 2
3 ENGl 101-01 English Communication Skills 2 0 0
4 CSc 101-01 Introduction to Computer Application 2 2 3
5 MEE 101-01 Electrical Network Theory 3 0 3
6 ENGr 101-01 Technical Drawing 2 2 3
Phys 101-01 Physics 2 2 3
TOTAL 15 8 19

YEAR 1 SEMESTER 2

S/N COURSE 
CODE
COURSE 
TITLE
LECTURE 
HOURS
LAB/
TUTORIALS
CREDIT 
HOURS
1 MATH 102-02 Integral CALCULIS & Linear Algebra (Mathematics II) 2 2 3
2 MEE 102-02 Electrical Engineering Drawing 2 2 3
3 CSc 102-02 Computer Programming (C/C++) 2 2 3
4 MEE 204-02 Circuit Theory I 2 2 3
5 MEE 241-02 Basic Electronics (Electronics I) 2 2 3
6 MEE 222-02 Electrical Measurement and Instrumentation 2 2 3
7 MECH 221-02 Material Science 2 2 2
8 MEE 241L-02 Physics 0 2 1
TOTAL 14 14 21

YEAR 2 SEMESTER 1

S/N COURSE 
CODE
COURSE 
TITLE
LECTURE 
HOURS
LAB/
TUTORIALS
CREDIT 
HOURS
1 MATH 203-01 Multivariable Calculus & Differential Equation (Mathematics III) 2 2 3
2 MEE 242-01 Linear Electronics System (Elect…II) 2 2 3
3 MEE 241-01 Combinational Logic Circuits and Sys. (Digital Electronics) 2 2 3
4 MEE 210-01 Circuit Theory II 2 2 3
5 MEE 221-01 Electromagnetic Fields 3 0 3
6 ENGr 210-01 Basic Thermodynamics 2 0 2
7 MEE220-01 Principles of Electrical Machines (Electrical Machines I) 2 2 3
8 MEE 242L-01 Electrical/Electronic Lab II 0 2 1
TOTAL 15 12 21

YEAR 2 SEMESTER 2

S/N COURSE 
CODE
COURSE 
TITLE
LECTURE 
HOURS
LAB/
TUTORIALS
CREDIT 
HOURS
1 MATH 291-02 Complex Mapping and Partial Differential Equations (Mathematics IV) 2 2 3
2 ENGl 202-02 English Technical Report Writing 2 0 2
3 MEE 223-02 Sequential Logic Circuits And Systems (Digital Electronics II) 2 2 3
4 MEE 227-02 Theory of Machine 2 2 3
5 MEE 226-02 Microwave Devices 3 0 3
6 MECH 228-02 Rotating Electrical Machines (Electrical Machines II) 2 2 3
7 MEE220-01 Principles of Electrical Machines (Electrical Machines I) 2 2 3
8 MEE 243L-02 Electricals/Electronics Lab.III 0 2 1
TOTAL 12 12 18

YEAR 3 SEMESTER 1

S/N COURSE
 CODE
COURSE 
TITLE
LECTURE
 HOURS
LAB/
TUTORIALS
CREDIT 
HOURS
1 MEE 307-01 Statistics and Probability 2 2 3
2 RESM 300-01 Research Methods 2 0 2
3 ENVR 301-01 Environmental Studies 2 o 2
4 MEE 300-01 Microprocessors (Digital Electronics III) 2 2 3
5 MEE 322-01 Power Electronics 3 0 3
6 MEE 342-01 Analog Communication Systems (Communication Engineering I) 2 2 3
7 MEE 343L-01 Electrical/Electronics Lab. IV 0 2 1
TOTAL 12 10 17

YEAR 3 SEMESTER 2

S/N COURSE 
CODE
COURSE 
TITLE
LECTURE 
HOURS
LAB/
TUTORIALS
CREDIT 
HOURS
1 MATH 301-02 Numerical Analysis 2 2 3
2 MEE 302-02 Classical Control Systems 3 0 3
3 MEE 303-02 Power Generation and Economics 3 o 3
4 MEE 343-02 Microprocessor Systems and Application 2 2 3
5 MEE 329-02 Electric Motor Drive 2 2 3
6 MEE 312-02 Digital Communication Systems (Communication Engineering II) 2 2 3
7 MEE 344L-02 Electricals/Electronics Lab V. 0 2 1
TOTAL 14 10 19

YEAR 4 SEMESTER 1

S/N COURSE
 CODE
COURSE 
TITLE
LECTURE 
HOURS
LAB/
TUTORIALS
CREDIT 
HOURS
1 MEE 416-01 Project I 1 3 3
2 MEE 406-01 Linear Systems 2 2 3
3 MEE 405-01 Computer-Aided Circuit Design 2 2 3
4 MEE 403-01 Power Transmission Systems 3 0 3
5 MEE 442-01 Communication Application Systems (Communication Engineering III) 2 0 2
6 MEE 444L-01 Electrical/Electronics Lab VI 0 2 1
7 AFRI 400-01 Unabridged African History or (Elective I) 2 0 2
TOTAL 14 11 20

YEAR 4 SEMESTER 2

S/N COURSE 
CODE
COURSE 
TITLE
LECTURE 
HOURS
LAB/
TUTORIALS
CREDIT 
HOURS
1 MEE 417-02 Project II 0 6 3
2 MEE 404-02 Power System Analysis 2 2 3
3 MEE 403-02 Digital Control System 2 2 3
4 MEE 407-02 Power Distribution System and Switchgear Protection 2 2 3
5 MEE 448-02 Digital Signal Processing 2 2 3
6 ENTR 424-02 Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management 2 0 2
7 PRAC 445-02 Practical Skills Acquisition 0 2 1
AFRI 401-02 African Philosophy or (Elective) II 2 0 2
TOTAL 12 16 20
B. Eng. Mechanical Engineering

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING PROGRAMME (B. Eng.)

Course description

Mechanical engineering is one of the most extensive and diverse branches of technological study. Mechanical engineers work on engineering systems that regulate and transform energy to satisfy humanity's requirements. Mechanical engineering students get a grasp of core themes and essential ideas that underpin the conception and development of designed systems in modern society. It provides a wonderful basis for a satisfying career in engineering as well as subsequent study in business, law, medicine, and other professions that demand a strong foundation in science and technology as well as problem-solving abilities.​The mechanical engineering department is committed to graduating mechanical engineers who practice mechanical engineering in the general fields of thermal/fluid systems, mechanical systems and design, and materials and manufacturing in industry and government settings; pursue advanced education, research and development, and other creative efforts in science and technology; act responsibly, professionally, and ethically; and participate as leaders in science and technology.

Course description

The mechanical engineering faculty has defined seven learning objectives for students to achieve by the time they graduate from the program. These are the targets.
The ability to recognize, develop, and solve difficult engineering issues using engineering, scientific, and mathematics concepts.
The ability to use engineering design to create solutions that fulfill specific demands while taking into account public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic aspects.
The ability to successfully communicate with a variety of audiences. 
The ability to understand ethical and professional duties in engineering problems and make educated decisions that must take into account the

YEAR 1 SEMESTER 1

S/N COURSE
 CODE
COURSE 
TITLE
Total 
Hours
Lecture 
Hours
Lab/
Tut Hours
Credit 
Hours (CP)
1 MCSC 101 COMPUTER STUDIES I 4 2 2 3
2 MEEE 101 App. Electricity 4 2 2 3
3 MFRE 101 French 4 2 2 2
4 MMEC 101 Basic Mechanics 4 2 2 3
5 MGRF 101 Engineering Drawing I 4 2 2 3
6 MSHP 10 Workshop Tech. I 4 2 2 3
MMSC 101 Material Science 4 2 2 3
MCAL 101 Differential Calculus & Complex Numbers 4 2 2 3
MMECL 101 Mechanical Engineering LAB I 2 0 2 1
TOTAL 34 16 18 24

Year 1: Semester 2

S/N COURSE 
CODE
COURSE 
TITLE
Total 
Hours
Lecture 
Hours
Lab/
Tut Hours
Credit 
Hours (CP)
1 MCAL 102 Integral Calculus & Linear Algebra 4 2 2 3
2 MCOM 102 Computer Graphics 4 2 2 3
3 MCST 102 Communication Skills 2 2 0 2
4 MCST 102 Computer Studies II 3 1 2 2
5 BEEE 102 Basic Electronics 4 2 2 3
6 MEST 102 Environment Studies 2 2 0 2
MMEL 102 Mechanical Engineering LAB. II 2 0 2 1
TOTAL 21 11 10 16

Year 2: Semester 1

S/N COURSE 
CODE
COURSE 
TITLE
Total 
Hours
Lecture 
Hours
Lab/
Tut Hours
Credit 
Hours (CP)
1 MCAL 201 Multivariable Calculus & Differential Equations 4 2 2 3
2 MGRF 201 Engineering Drawing II 4 1 1 3
3 MSMA 201 Strength of Mathematics I 4 2 2 3
4 MTDY 201 Thermodynamics 4 2 2 3
5 MPEC 201 Principles of Economics 2 2 0 2
6 BEEE 201 Electrical Machine 4 2 2 3
MMEL 201 Mechanical Engineering LAB. III 2 0 2 1
TOTAL 24 11 13 18

Year 2: Semester 2

S/N COURSE 
CODE
COURSE 
TITLE
Total
 Hours
Lecture 
Hours
Lab/Tut 
Hours
Credit 
Hours (CP)
1 MMAT 202 Complex Analysis & Partial Differential Equations 4 2 2 3
2 MTMA 202 Theory of Machines I 4 2 2 3
3 MFME 202 Fluid Mechanics 4 2 2 3
4 MTDY 202 Thermodynamics II 4 2 2 3
5 MMSC 202 Material Science II 4 2 2 3
6 MMAN 202 Manufacturing Tech. I 4 2 2 3
7 MMEL 202 Mechanical Engineering LAB. IV 2 0 2 1
TOTAL 26 12 14 19

Year 3: Semester 1

S/N COURSE 
CODE
COURSE 
TITLE
Total 
Hours
Lecture 
Hours
Lab/Tut 
Hours
Credit 
Hours 
(CP)
1 MFME 301 Fluid Mechanics II 4 2 2 3
2 MSMA 301 Strength of Mathematics II 4 2 2 3
3 MTME 301 Theory of Machines II 4 2 2 3
4 MMDE 301 Machine Design I 4 2 2 3
5 MIEN 301 Industrial Engineering 2 2 0 2
6 MSTA 301 Statistics 4 2 2 3
7 MTRE 301 Technical Report Writing 2 2 0 2
8 MMEL 301 Mechanical Engineering LAB. V 2 0 2 1
TOTAL 26 24 12 20

Year 3: Semester 2

S/N COURSE 
CODE
COURSE 
TITLE
Total
 Hours
Lecture 
Hours
Lab/Tut 
Hours
Credit 
Hours (CP)
1 MNAN 302 Numerical Analysis 4 2 2 3
2 MPNH 302 Pneumatics & Hydraulic 4 2 2 3
3 MAUC 302 Automatic Control 4 2 2 3
4 MHET 302 Heat Transfer 4 2 2 3
5 MMAF 302 Manufacturing Tech. II 4 2 2 3
6 MMDE 302 Machine Design II 4 2 2 3
7 MMEL 302 Mechanical Engineering Lab. IV 2 0 2 1
TOTAL 26 12 14 19

Year 4: Semester 1

S/N COURSE 
CODE
COURSE 
TITLE
Total 
Hours
Lecture
 Hours
Lab/Tut
 Hours
Credit
 Hours (CP)
1 MMWS 401 Maintenance & Work Services 3 1 2 2
2 MPME 401 Principle of Management/ Engineering Economics 2 2 0 2
3 MPPR 401 Principle of Production 4 2 2 3
4 MDYM 401 Dynamics of Machinery 4 2 2 3
5 MICE 4012 Internal Combustion Engines 3 3 0 3
6 MPJT 401 4 2 2 2
7 MOGP 4O1 Oil and Gas Production 2 2 2 2
8 MGSK 4O1 General Ship Knowledge
9 MRAC 4O1 Ref. & Air Condition I
TOTAL 24 5 9 18

Year 4: Semester 2

S/N COURSE 
CODE
COURSE 
TITLE
Total
 Hours
Lecture 
Hours
Lab/Tut 
Hours
Credit 
Hours (CP)
1 MEND 402 Entrepreneurship & Development 2 2 0 2
2 MPJT 402 Project II 3 3 0 3
3 MVEN 402 Vibration Engineering 4 2 2 3
4 MCAM 402 CAD/CAM 4 2 2 3
5 MREE 402 Renewable Energy 4 2 2 3
6 MSTI 402 Structural Integrity 4 2 2 3
7 MIAT 402 Industrial Attachment 2 2 0 2
MGSK 4O1 ELECTIVES**
MDEN 402 Drilling Engineering 4 2 2 2
MPNE 402 Principles Of Naval Engineering 4 2 2 2
MRAC 402 Ref. & Air Condition II 4 2 2 2
TOTAL 25 18 7 19
COMPUTER ENGINEERING (B. Eng.)

3 Course Description

The Computer Engineering degree provides students with a deeper depth and breadth of expertise in computer hardware and software. In well-equipped laboratories, students are exposed to both theoretical and practical difficulties in hardware and software. Although the curriculum is intended to meet industry's rising demand for engineers with a solid understanding in contemporary computer technology, it also offers the underpinning depth for graduate study in all aspects of Computer Engineering.

Objectives

At the end of this programme; Students will have;
1. Acquired solid fundamental knowledge in mathematics, computer engineering, and a breadth of inter-disciplinary knowledge;
2. Acquired independent thinking, problem-solving skills, and excel in the capability for self-learning to allow for life-long learning; and
3. Acquired leadership qualities, as well as good communication, teamwork, social, and professional skills.

YEAR 1 SEMESTER 1

S/N COURSE 
CODE
COURSE 
TITLE
Total 
Hours
Lecture 
Hours
Lab/Tut 
Hours
Credit 
Hours (CP)
1 MEEE 101 APPLIED 
ELECTRICITY
4 2 2 3
2 MENG 101 COMMUNICATION 
SKILLS I
2 2 0 2
3 MCSC 101 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTING 4 2 2 3
4 MMEI 105 MORAL & ETHICAL
 ISSUES
2 2 0 2
5 MFRE 101 FRENCH I 2 2 0 2
6 MCAL 101 DIFFERENTIAL 
CALCULUS & COMPLEX NUMBERS
4 2 2 3
7 MECO 101 INTRODUCTION TO 
MICRO ECONOMICS
4 2 2 3
TOTAL 21 15 6 18

Year 1: Semester 2

S/N COURSE 
CODE
COURSE 
TITLE
Total 
Hours
Lecture 
Hours
Lab/Tut 
Hours
Credit 
Hours (CP)
1 MENG 102 COMMUNICATION 
SKILLS II
2 2 0 2
2 MCAL 102 INTEGRAL 
CALCULUS & LINEAR 
ALGEBRA
4 2 2 3
3 MCSC 102 PRINCIPLES OF 
PROGRAMMING AND PROBLEM 
SOLVING
4 2 2 3
4 MDCD 102 DIGITAL CIRCUIT 
DESIGN I
4 2 2 3
5 MFRE  102 FRENCH II 2 2 0 2
6 MACC 102 BASIC 
ACCOUNTING
2 2 0 2
MECO 102 INTRODUCTION 
TO MICRO ECONOMICS
3 3 0 3
TOTAL 25 17 8 18

Year 2: Semester 1

S/N COURSE 
CODE
COURSE 
TITLE
Total 
Hours
Lecture 
Hours
Lab/Tut 
Hours
Credit 
Hours (CP)
1 COMMUNICATION
 SKILLS II
COMMUNICATION 
SKILLS II
4 2 2 3
2 MGRF 201 Engineering Drawing II 4 1 1 3
3 MSMA 201 Strength of Mathematics I 4 2 2 3
4 MTDY 201 Thermodynamics 4 2 2 3
5 MPEC 201 Principles of Economics 2 2 0 2
6 BEEE 201 Electrical Machine 4 2 2 3
MMEL 201 Mechanical Engineering LAB. III 2 0 2 1
TOTAL 24 11 13 18

Year 2: Semester 2

S/N COURSE 
CODE
COURSE
 TITLE
Total 
Hours
Lecture
 Hours
Lab/Tut 
Hours
Credit 
Hours (CP)
1 MSEG  202 SOFWARE 
ENGINEERING
4 2 2 3
2 MSAD 202 SYSTEMS
 ANALYSIS 
AND DESIGN
4 2 2 3
3 MCSC  202 PROGRAMMING 
IN C++
4 2 2 3
4 BEEE DIGITAL
 ELECTRONICS II
4 2 2 3
5 MSTP   202 STATISTICS 
& PROBABILITY
4 2 2 3
6 MMAT 202 COMPLEX 
ANALYSIS & PARTIAL 
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
4 2 2 3
TOTAL 24 14 10 18

Year 3: Semester 1

S/N COURSE 
CODE
COURSE
 TITLE
Total 
Hours
Lecture 
Hours
Lab/Tut 
Hours
Credit 
Hours (CP)
1 MCCN 301 COMPUTER 
COMMUNICATION
 NETWORKS
4 2 2 3
2 MIPM  301 IT PROJECT
MANAGEMENT
4 2 2 3
3 MCSC  301 INTRODUCTION  
 TO   VISUAL BASIC
4 2 2 3
4 MCAR  301 COMPUTER
 ARCHITECTURE
4 2 2 3
5 MOPS   301 OPERATING 
SYSTEMS
4 2 2 3
6 MFMM 311 FORMAL 
METHODS
 & MODELS
4 2 2 3
7 MWTE 311 WEB 
TECHNOLOGIES
2 2 0 2
TOTAL 26 14 12 20

Year 3: Semester 2

S/N COURSE 
CODE
COURSE 
TITLE
Total
 Hours
Lecture 
Hours
Lab/Tut 
Hours
Credit 
Hours (CP)
1 MCOV    302 COMPUTER VISION 4 2 2 3
2 MDCN    302 DATA 
COMMUNICATION NETWORKS
4 2 2 3
3 MCSC    302 COMPILERS 3 3 0 3
4 MDMW 302 DATA MINING 
AND 
WAREHOUSING
4 2 2 3
5 MMIS     302 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION 
SYSTEMS
4 2 2 3
6 MNAR    302 NUMERICAL
 ANALYSIS
4 2 2 3
7 MRME   302 RESEARCH 
METHODS
2 2 0 2
TOTAL 25 15 10 20

Year 4: Semester 1

S/N COURSE 
CODE
COURSE
 TITLE
Total
 Hours
Lecture 
Hours
Lab/Tut 
Hours
Credit 
Hours (CP)
1 BCME 401 ARTIFICIAL
 INTELLIGENCE
4 2 2 3
2 BCME 413 COMPUTER 
GRAPHICS
3 3 0 3
3 BCME 417 WIRELESS 
AND MOBILE 
COMPUTING
4 2 2 3
4 BPSA 401 PRINCIPLES 
OFMANAGEMENT
3 3 0 3
5 BCME 400 PROJECT 3 3 0 3
6 ELECTIVE 1
7 ELECTIVE 2
TOTAL 17 13 4 41

ELECTIVE COURSE: YEAR 4 SEMESTER 1

S/N COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE Total Hours Lecture Hours Lab/Tut Hours Credit Hours (CP)
1 BCME 411 E-BUSINESS/COMMERCE 2 2 0 2
2 BCME 413 VSLI DESIGN & SYSTEMS 3 3 0 3
3 BCME 415 ADVANCED COMPUTERARCHITECTURE 4 2 2 3
4 BCME 419 INTRODUCTION TO ROBOTICS 4 2 2 3
TOTAL 25 18 7 19

Year 4: Semester 2

S/N COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE Total Hours Lecture Hours Lab/Tut Hours Credit Hours (CP)
1 BCME 402 SYSTEM SECURITY AND ADMINISTRATION 4 2 2 3
2 BCME 404 PROGRAMMABLE &EMBEDDED SYSTEMS 4 2 2 3
3 BPSA 412 ENTERPRENEURSHIP &SMALL BUSINESSMANAGEMENT 3 3 0 3
4 BCME 400 PROJECT 3 3 0 3
5 ELECTIVE 1 3
6 ELECTIVE 2 3
TOTAL 14 10 4 18

ELECTIVE COURSE: YEAR 4 SEMESTER 2

S/N COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE Total Hours Lecture Hours Lab/Tut Hours Credit Hours (CP)
1 BCME 406 DISTRIBUTED COMPUTING 2 2 0 2
2 BCME 408 MULTIMEDIA SYSTEMS 3 3 0 3
3 BCME 410 DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING SYSTEM IMPLEMENTATION 4 2 2 3
4 BEEE 412 DIGITAL CONTROL SYSTEMS 4 2 2 3
BCME 414 WEB SOFTWARE ARCHITECTURE
TOTAL 25 18 7 19

SEMESTER 1: ELECTIVES

SOFTWARE SYSTEMS
BCE 417 WEB SOFTWARE ARCHITECTURE 
BCE 411 COMPUTER GRAPHIC

HARDWARE SYSTEMS
BCE 413 VLSI DESIGNS AND SYSTEMS
BCE 415 COMPUTER VISION AND ROBOTICS

COMPUTER/COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS
BCE 421 MULTIMEDIA SYSTEMS 
BCE 419 WIRELESS AND MOBILE COMPUTING

COURSE
 NUMBER
COURSE 
TITLE
TOTAL
 HOURS
LECTURE 
HOURS
LAB/TUT
 HOURS
LAB/TUT 
HOURS
MNWS 402 COMPUTER NETWORK 
SECURITY
4 2 2 3
MDCS 402 DIGITAL 
CONTROL SYSTEMS
4 2 2 3
MPES 402 PROGRAMMABLE AND EMBEDDED SYSTEMS 4 2 2 3
MEND 402 ENTREPRENEURSHIP & DEVELOPMENT 2 2 0 2
MPJT 400 PROJECT II 0 0 0 3
ELECTIVES** - - - 3
PROJECT II - - - 3
TOTAL 14 8 6 20

SEMESTER 2: ELECTIVES

SOFTWARE SYSTEMS
1. BCME 418 SYSTEM SECURITY AND ADMINISTRATION
2. BINT 408  DATA MINING AND WAREHOUSING

HARDWARE  SYSTEMS
1. BCME 418 DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING SYSTEM IMPLEMENTATION        
2. BCME 408 ADVANCED COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE

HARDWARE  SYSTEMS
COMPUTER/COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS
1. BCME 412 DISTRIBUTED COMPUTING    
2. BCME 420 DATA COMMUNICATION NETWORKS
3. BCME 422 FIBER COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS         

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