Completion Requirements

Examination Regulations, Assessment and Grading

There are no specific examination regulations, assessment and grading methods employed by this Program. The examination regulations, assessment methods and grading system for this Program are the same as the relevant general university regulations.

Graduation Requirements

Students are eligible for graduation after successfully completing 240 ECTS credits in the courses listed in the Program Structure.
Furthermore, a student can graduate only if their CGPA is greater or equal to 5.00 out of 10.00. Graduating students with a CGPA less than 5.00 might have to take extra courses or repeat a number of courses in order to improve their grades.

Access to Further Studies

The graduates of the Program have access to graduate studies (2nd and 3rd Cycle) in disciplines related with the discipline of electrical engineering.

 

Contact Information

Professor Christos Themistos
Chairman

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Informatics
Frederick University
Address: 7, Y. Frederickou Str.
Pallouriotisa, Nicosia 1036
Cyprus
Contact

Semester breakdown

Course Structure Diagram


SEMESTER 1
CodeNameECTS
AEEE170FRESHMAN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING5
AEEE195PROGRAMMING PRINCIPLES5
AMAT111CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY I5
AMAT181LINEAR ALGEBRA WITH MATLAB5
APHY111MECHANICS, HEAT AND WAVES WITH LAB5
FREE ELECTIVE5
TOTAL30

SEMESTER 2
CodeNameECTS
AEEE191DIGITAL CIRCUITS I5
AEEE222CIRCUIT ANALYSIS I5
AEEE238ELECTRONICS I5
AMAT122CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY II5
APHY112ELECTROMAGNETISM AND OPTICS WITH LAB5
FREE ELECTIVE5
TOTAL30

SEMESTER 3
CodeNameECTS
AEEE192DIGITAL CIRCUITS II5
AEEE223CIRCUIT ANALYSIS II5
AEEE225INSTRUMENTATION AND MEASUREMENTS5
AEEE294COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE5
AENG201TECHNICAL WRITING AND COMMUNICATION5
AMAT204DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS5
TOTAL30

SEMESTER 4
CodeNameECTS
AEEE239ELECTRONICS II5
AEEE298ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING WORKSHOP5
AEEE305RANDOM SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS5
AEEE350INTRODUCTION TO POWER SYSTEMS5
AEEE396EMBEDDED SYSTEMS5
AMAT223CALCULUS III5
TOTAL30

SEMESTER 5
CodeNameECTS
AEEE309COMPUTATIONAL METHODS AND ALGORITHMS FOR ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS6
AEEE310SIGNALS SYSTEMS AND TRANSFORMS6
AEEE312INTRODUCTION TO ELECTROMAGNETICS6
AEEE351POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS6
AEEE438DIGITAL INTEGRATED CIRCUITS I6
TOTAL30

SEMESTER 6
CodeNameECTS
AEEE321COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS I6
AEEE323ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING PROBLEM SOLVING USING MATLAB AND SIMULINK6
AEEE345CONTROL ENGINEERING6
AEEE352ELECTRICAL MACHINES6
TECHNICAL ELECTIVE6
TOTAL30

SEMESTER 7
CodeNameECTS
AEEE414AUTOMATION AND ROBOTICS6
AEEE424DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING6
AEEE498INTRODUCTION TO SENIOR PROJECT6
TECHNICAL ELECTIVE6
TECHNICAL ELECTIVE6
TOTAL30

SEMESTER 8
CodeNameECTS
AEEE313TRANSMISSION LINES AND WAVES6
AEEE422COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS II6
AEEE499SENIOR PROJECT6
TECHNICAL ELECTIVE6
TECHNICAL ELECTIVE6
TOTAL30

 

Admission Requirements

Specific Admission Requirements

Candidates can be admitted to the Program only if they satisfy the general admission requirements of the University.

For the Electrical Engineering BSc program, all candidates must take a placement test in Mathematics and English, prior to their enrolment in the Program. Candidates who fail the placement test must enrol under a probation status and are required to register to relevant foundation courses. Student workload for these foundation courses is accounted in the total student workload, which is limited to the maximum of 30 ETCS per semester.

Recognition of Prior Learning

Candidates who have completed university level work in an accredited program are eligible to apply for transfer admission. Candidates can be granted transfer credits according to the general arrangements for recognition of prior learning of the University.

 

Renewable Energy Sources and Sustainable Energy Systems

Course Structure Diagram


SEMESTER 1
CodeNameECTS
AEEE170FRESHMAN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING5
AEEE195PROGRAMMING PRINCIPLES5
AMAT111CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY I5
AMAT181LINEAR ALGEBRA WITH MATLAB5
APHY111MECHANICS, HEAT AND WAVES WITH LAB5
FREE ELECTIVE5
TOTAL30

SEMESTER 2
CodeNameECTS
AEEE191DIGITAL CIRCUITS I5
AEEE222CIRCUIT ANALYSIS I5
AEEE238ELECTRONICS I5
AMAT122CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY II5
APHY112ELECTROMAGNETISM AND OPTICS WITH LAB5
FREE ELECTIVE5
TOTAL30

SEMESTER 3
CodeNameECTS
AEEE192DIGITAL CIRCUITS II5
AEEE223CIRCUIT ANALYSIS II5
AEEE225INSTRUMENTATION AND MEASUREMENTS5
AEEE294COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE5
AENG201TECHNICAL WRITING AND COMMUNICATION5
AMAT204DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS5
TOTAL30

SEMESTER 4
CodeNameECTS
AEEE239ELECTRONICS II5
AEEE260INTRODUCTION TO RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS5
AEEE298ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING WORKSHOP5
AEEE305RANDOM SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS5
AEEE350INTRODUCTION TO POWER SYSTEMS5
AMAT223CALCULUS III5
TOTAL30

SEMESTER 5
CodeNameECTS
AEEE310SIGNALS SYSTEMS AND TRANSFORMS6
AEEE312INTRODUCTION TO ELECTROMAGNETICS6
AEEE351POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS6
AEEE360SOLAR ENERGY6
AEEE361SUSTAINABLE ENERGY I6
TOTAL30

SEMESTER 6
CodeNameECTS
AEEE313TRANSMISSION LINES AND WAVES6
AEEE321COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS I6
AEEE345CONTROL ENGINEERING6
AEEE352ELECTRICAL MACHINES6
AEEE362WIND ENERGY6
TOTAL30

SEMESTER 7
CodeNameECTS
AEEE414AUTOMATION AND ROBOTICS6
AEEE424DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING6
AEEE460DESIGN OF PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEMS6
AEEE461RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES INSTRUMENTATION AND MEASUREMENTS6
AEEE495INTRODUCTION TO RES&SES SENIOR PROJECT6
TOTAL30

SEMESTER 8
CodeNameECTS
AEEE422COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS II6
AEEE496RES&SES SENIOR PROJECT6
TECHNICAL ELECTIVE6
TECHNICAL ELECTIVE6
TECHNICAL ELECTIVE6
TOTAL30

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