Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Moratuwa

Undergraduate Course - Curriculum prior to 2001 Intake


Electrical Engineering Stream

Summary of the Syllabi of the subjects of the 4 year BSc Engineering Degree in the specialisation Electrical Engineering could be obtained by clicking on highlighted subjects in the tables. The first year from January 2001 is being taught on a semester basis on a new syllabus.

Detailed Syllabi of subjects taught by the department under the old syllabus are also available.

First Year
Subject Lecture/TutorialLaboratory
UMA101 Mathematics 3+1
UPH101 Physics 2+1 3/2
UCH102 Engineering Chemistry 2+1 3/2
UME101 Engineering Drawing 1+3
UME102 Workshop Technology 1+3
UCS101 Introduction to Computer Systems 2
UEL101 English 2
Final Part I
SubjectLecture/TutorialLaboratory
UMA201 Mathematics 3
UCE205 Fluid Mechanics and strength of Material 3 3/2
UME206 Mechanics and Thermodynamics 3 3/2
UEE201 Theory of Electricity 3 3/2
UEE202 Electrical Measuremetns 3 3/2
UEN201 Basic Electronics 3 3/2
UEE204 Electrical Properties of Materials 3
Final Part II
SubjectLecture/TutorialLaboratory
UMA301 Mathematics 3
UME306 Industrial Economics and Management 3
UEE 301 Electrical Machines 3 3/2
UEE302 Power systems 3 3/2
UEE304 Circuits and Fields 3
UEM301 Electronic Measurements and Control Systems 3 3/2
UEN305 Analog and Digital Electronics 3 3/2
UEN303 Communication Systems 3 3/2
UEE306 Wiring Diagrams and Electrical Construction 3
Computer Programming 3 3/2
Final Part III
SubjectLecture/TutorialLaboratory
UMA401 Mathematics (optional) 3
UME406 Industrial Economics and Management 3
UEE401 Electrical Machines and drives 3 3/2
UEE402 Power systems 3 3/2
UEE403 High Voltage Engineering 3 3/2
UEN401 Electronic Systems (optional) 3 3/2
UEE404 Power Electronics and Applications (optional) 3 3/2
UME402 Control Systems (optional) 3 3/2
UEE406 Computer Systems Engineering (optional) 3 3/2
UEE405 Energy Systems (optional) 3 3/2
Seminars 2
Project 3

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UEE201 - Theory of Electricity


UEE 202 - Electrical Measurements
UEE 204 - Electrical Properties of Materials
UEE301 - Electrical Machines
UEE302 - Power Systems
UEE304 - Circuits and Fields
 

UEE306 - Wiring Diagram and Electrical Construction
 

UEE401 - Electrical Machines
UEE402 - Power Systems
UEE403 - High Voltage Engineering




UEE404 - Power Electronics Applications
UEE405 - Energy Systems
UEE406 - Computer Systems Engineering
 

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JRL/31 July 1998