List of Courses to be completed at Engineering Advanced Diploma Level Stages 1 & 2

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List of Courses to be completed at Engineering

Advanced
Diploma

Level Stages 1 & 2



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Engineering
Advanced
Diploma
Level

Cate
gory

Credit Load

Field of Specialization

GPA

NGPA

Civil
Engineering

Electrical
Engineering

Electronics/
Com
munication
/

Computer
E
ngineering

Mechanical

Engineering




Stage 1

CC


4.0

4.0


MA3001

MN3001

MA3001

MN3001

MA3001

MN3001

MA3001

MN3001



FC


4.0

4.0

4.0

4.0

4.0


CE3001

CE3002

CE3003

CE3004

CE3005

EC3001

EC3002

EE3001

EE3002

EE3003

EC3001

EC3002

EC3003

EC3004

EC3005

ME3001

ME3002

ME3003

ME3004

ME3005

Total Credits


28


_









Stage 2

CC


4.0

4.0


MN4001

HM4001

MN4001

HM4001

MN4001

HM4001

MN4001

HM4001




FC


4.0

4.0

4.0

4.0

4.0







6
.0

CE
4001

CE
4002

CE
4003

CE
4004

CE
4005

CE
4006

EE4001

EE4002

EE4003

EE4004

EE4005

EE4006

EC4001

EC4002

EC4003

EE4001

EC4004

EC4005

ME4001

ME4002

ME4003

ME4005


_

ME4006

FE


4.0

4.0





ME4004

EE4001

Total Credits


28

6
.0





CC
-
Common Compulsory FE
-
Field Electives FC
-
Field compulsory

Total of
56

credits
(GPA)
and

6
.0
credit
s

(NGPA)

-

Industrial Training module

s
hould be
su
ccessfully completed to award the

Engineering Advanced Diploma
.

Subject

code

Cate
gory

Credit
load

Title of the
subject

Pre
-
requisites

(Pass in following
subjects
)

MA3001

CC

4.0

Engineering
Mathematics III

Engineering Mathematics I & II

MN3001

CC

4.0

Management I

None

CE3001

FC

4.0

Basic Structural Design

GE1003
-
Thermodynamics and
Fluid Mechanics

CE3002

FC

4.0

Analysis and Modeling of structures

GE1003
-
Thermodynamics and
Fluid Mechanics

CE3003

FC

4.0

Soil Mechanics and
Engineering
Geology

None

CE300
4

FC

4.0

Fluid Mechanics and Environmental
Engineering

CE2001
-
Civil Engineering
Measurements

CE3005

FC

4.0

Construction Technology

None

EC3001

FC

4.0

Electronics II

EC2001
-
Electronics I

EC3002

FC

4.0

Communication Engineering I

Knowledge on Mathematics I&II
List of Courses to be completed at Engineering

Advanced
Diploma

Level Stages 1 & 2



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and Electronics

I

EE3001

FC

4.0

Advanced Measurements

None

EE3002

FC

4.0

Power Systems I

None

EE3003

FC

4.0

Electrical Machines I

None

EC3003

FC

4.0

Computer Networks I

None

EC3004

FC

4.0

Data Structures
& Algorithms

Knowledge on Mathematics I & II
& GE2003
-
Information Technology
Applications

EC3005

FC

4.0

Computer Architecture

None

ME3001

FC

4.0

Fluid Dynamics/Machinery

GE1003
-
Thermodynamics and
Fluid Mechanics

ME3002

FC

4.0

Automobile
Technology

None

ME3003

FC

4.0

Electrical Distribution and Machines

Completion of Certificate level
Stages 1&2

ME3004

FC

4.0

Industrial Electronics

GE1002
-
Basic Electrical
Engineering

ME3005

FC

4.0

Design of Machine Elements

GE1001
-
Mechanics and
Properties
of Materials
& ME2001
-
Mechanics
of Machines

MN4001

CC

4.0

Management II


HM4001

CC

4.0

Humanities I


CE
4001

FC

4.0

Structural Concrete Design


CE
4002

FC

4.0

Hydraulic Engineering and Water
Resources


CE
4003

FC

4.0

Geotechnical Engineering


CE
4004

FC

4.0

Construction Management


CE
4005

FC

4.0

Group Project


CE
4006

FC

6
.0

Industrial Training


EE4001

FC

4.0

Control Systems I


EE4002

FC

4.0

Electrical Installation


EE4003

FC

4.0

Power Systems II


EE4004

FC

4.0

Electrical Machines II


EE4005

FC

4.0

Group Project


EE4006

FC

6
.0

Industrial Training


EC4001

FC

4.0

Communication Engineering II


EC4002

FC

4.0

Computer Networks II


EC4003

FC

4.0

Operating Systems I


EC4004

FC

4.0

Group Project


EC4005

FC

6
.0

Industrial Training


ME4001

FC

4.0

Applied Thermodynamics


ME4002

FC

4.0

Solid Mechanics


ME4003

FC

4.0

Fluid Machinery


ME4004

FE

4.0

Dynamics of Mechanical Systems


ME4005

FC

4.0

Group Project


ME4006

FC

6.0

Industrial Training


1 year Industrial work experience required.

May
be

reduced to 6 months for fully structured training.