Electronics & Communication Engineering

Welcome to Electronics & Communication Engineering

At a Glance

Faculty : Faculty of Science & Engineering
Department : Dept. of Electronics & Communication Engineering
Program :  Electronics & Communication Engineering
Duration : 4 Years (12 Semesters)
Total Credit : 155
Cademic System : Open Credit Hour System
Course Outline : Download
Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.
  Arthur C. Clarke, Inventor, Science fiction Write & Explorer.


The aim of the Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering at the Northern University of Bangladesh is to develop and maintain programs that will lead to excellence in teaching and research supporting the national needs for the development and application of electronics based technology starting from the basic to the advanced levels.
ECE is considered to be a key player in spurring the national growth through innovative research, education & commerce taking that expansion beyond the city’s borders. Led by expert educationists from the top of their fields, ECE academics are augmented by state of art research centers and labs that provide students with a hands-on experience. The program is also designed to teach students how to succeed in the global high-tech marketplace.



The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering offers a 4-year bachelor degree on "Bachelor of Science in Electronics and Communication Engineering". To become a graduate in this field one has to complete 155 credits.
The program is designed to satisfy the growing demand of communication professionals throughout the country. It gives students the opportunity to obtain broad-base knowledge of Electronics, Communication, Information Technology, and Telecommunication and also a freedom to tailor the program according to student's individual needs by choosing the optional subjects available in higher semesters. Moreover there are sufficient numbers of Mathematics, Electronics, Electrical Engineering, Industrial Production Engineering and Other Basic Science, Commerce, Arts and Humanities courses.

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