Programme Name Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Electronics) - Instrumentation & Control System
Programme Description
BE Electronics (hons) (Instrumentation, Control) is a 4-year degree that can be completed in 4 years of study. The programme is designed to prepare aspiring students for the following engineering attributes:
• To equip students with the knowledge and skills that are currently in high demand in the instrumentation and control engineering and related industries
• To provide students with a foundation for further study and research in the same or other field of study
• To enable students to acquire a broad understanding of instrumentation and control engineering, whilst providing opportunities for them to develop expertise within particular areas of specialization
• To develop the students' ability to make an effective contribution to team-based activity
• To encourage students to adopt an investigative approach and develop autonomous study skills in order to ensure their continuing professional development
• To provide students with an understanding of the industrial context and an, appreciation of a range of external factors that affect the work of the professional instrumentation and control engineer.
• To provide skill in networking of physical entities in an industrial set up and provide supervisory role including control through software programme like scads. The courses in the programme have both theoretical sessions, laboratory experimental exercises and practical sessions to enhance the learning and acquiring of cognitive (of the mind) and practical skill suitable for an engineer in this area of expertise.  In  the last year there a one year capstone project followed by an Industrial.

Attachment of about six months to provide hands on experience in an industrial scenario to students to make them work- ready.
Majors Instrumentation & Control System
Minimum Requirement
a) Pass in Year 13 with 280 out of 400 marks with 50% or more in English, 70% or more marks in Mathematics & Physics and pass in Technical Drawing/Applied Technology /Chemistry and any other Science or Technology subject OR Completion of Foundation Science with GPA of 3.00 or more. 

b) Applicant may also be admitted to the programme who may not meet the requirement on the years of continuous education progression, but who are able to demonstrate their ability to succeed in programmes at these levels on the basis of their maturity, work experience or prior learning and are 21 years of age.
Programme Type Bachelors Degree
Credit Points Required 480
Campus Samabula
Duration 4
Estimated Tution Fees - Local (FJD) $20,917.00
Estimated Tution Fees - Regional $62,751.00
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