Mission Statement of Department/Research Center
The department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering at the University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh commenced operation in 2005. The department is proud to have an excellent teaching environment that aligns with the core concept of a liberal arts university and imparts our students with outstanding engineering education. The department currently offers an undergraduate program with the same title. The program curriculum covers a broad range of topics in electronics and communication engineering along with a strong focus on topics in general education. The department boasts a highly qualified faculty consisting of top graduates from renowned local and international universities.
The goal of the department is to give our student high quality engineering education with practical training that is relevant both locally and internationally. The coursework includes subjects in physics, engineering mathematics, statistics, computer architecture and programming, analog and digital electronic devices and circuits, analog and digital communication, power electronics and measurements, and more. In order to make our students more socially aware and effective in social development, the coursework includes a number of general education subjects, such as English language, Bangla bhasha and Bangladesh studies, world civilization, etc. In the final term of the undergraduate program, students take a term long research project under a faculty member or internship in a relevant organization. These are aimed at giving the students real world experience in academic research and job.
The department provides a variety of scholarships and financial support for student with good academic grades. The scholarships range from partial to complete waiver of tuition fees and various amounts of stipends based on the students’ SSC and HSC (or equivalent) results and continuing performance in the university.
The aim of the Bachelor of Science in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering (ETE) degree is to produce competent professionals, who will possess excellent skills to develop and implement their knowledge in the fields of electronics and telecommunication engineering; and who will graduate with the proficiency to complete successfully anywhere in the world.
This program is based on a solid foundation of Mathematics, Physics and a wide range of general education courses like English, Business and other Liberal Arts and Social Science courses. The focus of this degree is to provide excellent education in modern development of ETE. Students of this program are also given an opportunity to learn to extend their ability to analyze and solve complex problems and to design new users of technology to serve today’s rapidly growing demand of the society in the context of ever faster societal changes.
Degree Requirement ( B.Sc in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering (ETE)
Type of Courses Courses Credits Major Core 24 86 Major Electives 04 14 General Education Courses 10 30 Optional / Minor 05 15 Project 01 03 Total 44 148
Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering(ETE) Faculty
During my student days at ULAB, I received more than I have ever given to ULAB. The teachers were always friendly and helpful. Events organized by both ULAB and Electronics Club were something that immensely helped me reach where I am now. Classes were multifaceted not only for the way of teachers’ teaching method, but also for the lab works and hands-on experiences. Classes were also very well structured. Our lab was full of state-of-the-art lab equipment.
While providing quality education, ULAB should also be noted for the range of extra-curricular activities and active clubs. These clubs provide necessary mental and physical developing scope to all the students. Moreover, these clubs are get-together places for students from different disciplines.
ULAB highly encourages students to be true human beings. With such noble objective in mind, it has made it mandatory for students of all disciplines to learn other social and theoretical aspects and skills through GED courses. It also enforces to take minor in other relevant discipline to take the skills of students to a higher degree.
During my student days at ULAB, I received more than I have ever given to ULAB. The teachers were...