Bachelor of Electrical Engineering (BEKG) involves the areas connected to the electricity system aspects such as generation, transmission, power distribution, power system protection, electrical energy, load management, including regulatory affairs and energy components such as circuit breakers, transformer control equipment, etc.
This course would take four (4) years minimum and consist of at least 130 credit hours.
This course will be conducted with approximately 80% of contact hours that emphasize theory and the remainder 20% meeting hour, involving the practical / laboratory experiments, computer-aided learning, and Problem Based Learning (PBL). It also encourages active and cooperative learning activities other than carrying out assignments, job workshops, industrial training and one final year project based on industrial problem.
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