Program Overview

The Electrical & Electronics Engineering Branch offers ten departmental courses (37 credits) covering basic and advanced knowledge in signal processing, electromagnetic and communication theory, together with IC design, communication networks and power systems.

Six elective courses (18 credits), professional or open ones, allows for specialization in power and distribution systems, VLSI and embedded system design, automation and robotics or communication systems.

Acquired knowledge and skill are applied in the course of four departmental projects (15 credits).

Core Courses

  • Mechanics & Thermodynamics
  • French language & Culture
  • Calculus & Ordinary Differential Equations
  • Introduction to Computer Sciences
  • Introduction to Enterprises & Economy
  • Indian English Literature
  • Networks & Filters
  • Material Sciences
  • Probability & Statistics
  • Linear IC Design
  • Digital Signal Processing
  • Digital Electronics and Microprocessors
  • Communication Theory I
  • Electromagnetic Theory
  • Communication Theory II
  • Power Electronics
  • Experiments in Communication Engineering
  • Communication Skills and Personality Development
  • Communication Networks

This collaboration between a corporate giant and a prestigious foreign university

is very unique and that is what makes MEC an exciting prospect for new engineers aspiring to scale previously unreachable heights.

Rahul Vemuru
First Year, Engineering

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