PGD Electrical Electronics Engineering
- The Postgraduate Diploma in Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE) is for students wishing to upgrade their Engineering knowledge in EEE. It provides a pathway for students without strong background in EEE at the undergraduate level, and for Bachelor of Engineering Technology graduates who wish to progress to Master of Engineering studies. Upon completion of the Postgraduate Diploma program, students may have the opportunity of proceeding to a Master’s program depending on performance at the PGD level.
- Our diploma program is particularly well suited to those who have already embarked upon their professional career, and are looking to gain deeper insight into a specialized area in their field. Our program allows students to follow their passion and provide the opportunity, resources and support for them to develop their professional skills in EEE.
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
The aims and objectives of the Postgraduate Diploma in Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE) are geared at:
- Developing the student knowledge and skills in electrical and electronics engineering that will enhance the student’s career prospects in the relevant industries including power transmission and distribution, telecommunications, and electronics industry.
- Facilitating learning of electrical and electronics engineering concepts and applications that are directly linked to industry needs and relevant government parastatals.
- Providing a pathway for graduates from other engineering programs and appropriate and relevant science degrees to articulate into electrical and electronics engineering
|No||Course Code||Course Name||Credit||Type|
|3||EEE705||Engineering Mathematics I||3||C|
|5||EEE709||Circuit Theory I||3||C|
|8||EEE733||Digital Electronics Lab||1||C|
|9||EEE739||Circuit Theory Lab I||1||C|
|1||EEE704||Engineering in Society||1||C|
|2||EEE706||Engineering Mathematics II||3||C|
|4||EEE710||Circuit Theory II||3||C|
|5||EEE712||Electromagnetic Fields/Waves II||3||C|
|6||EEE714||Strength of Materials||2||C|
|8||EEE722||Signals and System||3||C|
|9||EEE730||Circuit Theory Laboratory II||1||C|
|4||EEE727||Electric Power Principles||3||C|
|5||EEE729||Digital Sign3al Processing||3||C|
|6||EEE741||Communication Principles Lab||1||C|
|7||EEE743||Electrical Machines Lab||1||C|
|3||EEE734||Power Systems Engineering||3||C|
|4||EEE712||Reliability & Maintainability||3||C|
|5||EEE707||Electronic Devices & Systems||3||C|
The following may qualify for admission into the PGDprogram in Electrical and Electronics Engineering:
- Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.), Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.), or Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering with at least Third Class Honors
- Sc. in Science related discipline with at least Second Class Honors
- Higher National Diploma (HND) in Electrical and Electronics Engineering or related Engineering or Science discipline with at least Upper Credit passes
- Holders of HND with Lower Credits passes and at least five (5) years post-qualification relevant experience may be considered.
- In special cases, candidates may be admitted after passing such test as may be prescribed by the department/faculty.
- Candidate who holds qualifications other than the above, acceptable to the Board of the Postgraduate Studies and the Senate of the University.
Method of Application
The following documents are required for admission into the PGDProgram:
- Submission of completed Application Form, together with relevant certificates
- Submission of original transcripts of all academic work completed at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
- All submissions should be addressed to the Secretary, School of Postgraduate Studies, Nile University of Nigeria, Abuja or submit application to firstname.lastname@example.org
Mode of Study
The mode of study of the Postgraduate Diploma program is by course work, and project report.