The Programme Educational Objective (PEO) for Bachelor of Electrical & Electronics Engineering (BEEE) programme is primarily established based on UNITEN's mission and vision. It is envisioned that the BEEE will produce graduates who:

  • ​​​PEO 1: Practicing engineers in electrical engineering with the ability to venture into energy related fields
  • PEO 2: Hold leadership responsibilities and/or establish their own enterprises.
  • ​​PEO 3: Have professional qualifications/ certifications in electrical engineering related areas.
  • PEO 4: Engages in activities to enhance knowledge in their professional works

he PEOs are supported by having a programme structure which has a balance distribution of core engineering and elective courses, related non-engineering courses, adequate exposure to laboratory work and professional engineering practice. The BEEE programme is a 4-year or 8-semesters programme, with total of 127 credit hours.

The BEEE programme is mainly delivered through taught courses, laboratory work, final year project, industrial training, exposure to professional practice and design project. The courses include such topic as circuit analysis, electronics analysis & design, digital logic design, microprocessors systems, signals & system, electrical machines & drives, digital signal processing and communication systems. During the final year, the students are free to choose several topics from technical electives, to specialize in areas of their interest. Laboratory courses are designed to help students to understand theories learned during the lectures as well as to develop competence in executing experimental works and instrumentation skills. There are five lab courses, namely Electrical/Electronic Measurement Lab, Electronics Design Lab, Digital Logic Design Lab, Micro Processor Lab and Communication Systems Lab. ​

The industrial training module exposes students to actual engineering practice in the industries and gives the opportunity to students to appreciate the various aspects of engineering issues. The final year project introduces the students to research culture and reinforces the aspect of life-long learning. Through Capstone Design course, the students are also exposed to develop solutions for complex electrical engineering problems that meet specific needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, culture, society, environment, sustainability and entrepreneurship principles. This course also provides an opportunity for students with multi-disciplinary engineering background to collaborate with industrial partners and faculty members in managing the project and providing the optimal solution.