M.Sc./M.Engg. Electrical & Elecronic Engineering



The term professional is being applied to the persons who setup the hardware, develop or tailor the software and implement a computer system as a solution to a need. To do this effectively, the professional has not only to understand the nature of hardware and software, but has, to some extent, be conversant with the problem to which the solution is being applied. The problem would generally be a business related problem, but could also be a technological, social or developmental one.

Today, a computer system has the potential of offering solutions such as e-education, e-learning, e-commerce added to the generally accepted e-mail as a means of fast communication. These are recent solutions provided by the subject of Computer Science. The professional has to have the ability to evaluate the tools provided by Computer Science as solutions to today's real world problems.

Admission Requirements

A candidate must have a B.Sc. degree in any of the following:

  1. Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE)
  2. Electrical Engineering (EE)
  3. Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering (ETE)
  4. Electronic and Communication Engineering (ECE)
  5. Or, an equivalent degree in related areas

Candidates having a B.Sc. degree in CS/CSE need to take prerequisite courses. Prerequisite courses may be waived if the candidate has already completed equivalent courses.

The candidate must have a minimum CGPA of 2.50 out of 4 or at least second class in B.Sc.

Candidates for M.Sc./M.Engg. in EEE will have to sit for a written admission test in AC and DC Electrical Circuits and English and attend an interview.

Admission Test
  • All candidates are required to appear in the Admission Test.
  • All BRACU graduates having a CGPA 3.00 or above are exempted from the written admission test.*
Fields for Exemption from Test**:

Applicants of MSc/Engg EEE will get exemption from the English Composition part of the written test if they have the following TOEFL/IELTS scores : (Note that the applicants must appear in the program-wise sections of the written test)

Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL):
550 (Paper -based test) or 213 (Computer-based test) or 80 (Internet based test - iBT)
International English Language Testing System (IELTS):
Overall band score of 6.5, with sub scores of 6.0 each

[TOEFL/IELTS scores are considered valid for 2 (two) years after the test date]

* & ** Appearing in the interview is mandatory for these applicants.

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