UdM_Factsheet-Diploma Electrical Engineering and Automation



UdM_Factsheet-Diploma Electrical Engineering and Automation
Faculty of Sustainable Development & Engineering
Applied Electrical and Electronic Engineering department
Diploma in Electrical Engineering
and Automation
DUST en Electrique et Informatique Industrielle
Entry Requirements
2 GCE ‘A’ Level passes or equivalent in Mathematics including
Physics and with one of the following subjects or equivalent:
Physics with Chemistry, Design & Technology, Physical science,
Engineering science or equivalent.
Prior learning assessment and Recognition for Part-time students
only: GCE O Level certificate or equivalent with passing grades
A-E and with at least 3 years working experience related to the
Electrical, Electronics & Automation field may be considered.
Career Prospects
The traditional work sectors (electricity, electronics, electrical
accessories and instruments, the production and transport of
energy, telecommunication, manufacturing and processing
industries) have grown thanks to the multiplication of
applications for electricity and computers. Given the
widespread uses of electronics, electrical engineering and
industrial computing, the skills provided to Electrical Engineering
and Automation graduates are sought in very diverse fields:
Aeronautics and Space Engineering,
Microelectronics industry,
Transportation and automotive sectors,
Food processing and agro-industries,
Computer and communication technology
Energy Management and Technical Sales
More specific job titles:
Methods technician, Research manager, Test manager,
manufacturing team manager, maintenance coordinator,
electronics technician, process specialist, industrial computing
& more
Teaching Methods
Practical and experimental skills are developed through project
work and laboratory exercises. Design skills are developed
through course work exercises supported by the use of the
relevant computational packages.
Practical skills are tested and assessed throughout the
programme using a combination of coursework assignments,
design studies, laboratory logbooks and project reports and/or
Semester 1
Anglais général
Fondamentaux d’algèbre et de trigonométrie
Mécanique – Electromagnétisme
Fonctions et composants élémentaires de l’électronique
Inductances et transformateurs
Circuits et composants linéaires
Contrôle - commande des systèmes industriels
Analyse et synthèse des systèmes logiques
Algorithmique, Programmation / Etudes et Réalisations
Semester 2
Communication en anglais général et professionnel
Réalités humaines, économiques et sociales
Calcul intégral / Éléments de mathématiques appliquées
Optoélectronique / Thermique
Capteurs / CEM
Fonctions fondamentales de l’électronique
Traitement et transmission de l’information
Machines à courant continu et redressement
Architecture des systèmes à processeurs
Course Overview
To be able to cope with technological advances and Industrial
systems complexities, graduates need to understand electrical,
electronics, automation and mechanical engineering
disciplines along with good communication skills, finance,
marketing, health and safety issues.
Graduants can design, built, operate, control and maintain a
wide range of engineering products and processes. It aim to
meet the increasing demand for technicians with crossdisciplinary skills particularly in the field of control systems,
instrumentation among others.
Full Time & Part Time
Duration of Course
Fulltime: 2 years (4 semesters)
Part-time: 3½ years (6 semesters)
Full Time: Rs 22,500 per semester
Part Time: Rs 17,500 per semester
*Does not include preparatory classes of 150 Hrs
In January and August.
For further Inquiries
Please contact the programme coordinator on the following
email with subject line: DUST GEII
Email: [email protected]
Semester 3
Anglais général, professionnel et de spécialité
Outils mathématiques pour l’analyse de Fourier
Mathématiques pour le signal discret
Machines à courant alternatif
Distribution électrique
Distribution et sécurité
Systèmes du 2eme ordre, filtres
Supervision et contrôle de procédés
Asservissements, Régulations
Semester 4
Algèbre linéaire et applications
Probabilités et Statistiques inférentielles
Physique des semi-conducteurs
Télécommunications signaux analogiques
Télécommunications signaux numériques
Modélisation et commande des systèmes linéaires numériques
Corrections des systèmes linéaires continus et numériques
Stage Industriel (6 sem)
Contact Hours: 1800 HRS
Credits: 120 ECTS