Engineering students taking the Telecommunications Engineering course in the Faculty of Engineering will be exposed to engineering fields in analog and digital communications, antenna and propagation, mobile and satellite communications, telephony, information theory, data communications, electromagnetic waves and optical communications. In addition, engineering studies in electronics, circuit and signal analysis, microprocessor interfacing, computer system, multimedia technology, control theory, programming and power system are also provided. Substantial training in engineering mathematics is also included in the program. A good coverage of subjects in management, economics, accounting and law is also emphasized. Students are required to take industrial training and graduation projects to provide them with useful industrial experience and research training. The program is designed to be a four-year engineering course in telecommunications.

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