MEng. Electrical and Electronics Engineering

September or January entry

Start date

1.5 years



Fees per session

Electrical power and systems are at the heart of modern society – and so too are electrical and electronics engineers

Engineers specializing in these fields have transformed the 21st century with technologies such as universal electric power systems, television, radio and medical imaging to name just a few examples.

Study Modules

First Semester Core CoursesSecond Semester Communications option
Advanced Engineering MathematicsMicrowave Electronics & Systems
Probability Theory and Stochastic ProcessesMobile and Wireless Communication
Modern Control TheoryAntennas and Radio Wave Propagation
Modern Control TheoryInformation Theory and Coding
Research MethodologySeminar
Project ManagementApproved Electives

Third Semester
Master’s Thesis

(Choose at least one (1) course from the approved list of electives listed below)

Communications Electronics
Satellite Communications
Optical Communications
Advanced Reliability Engineering
Network Security and Management
Semiconductor Microelectronics
Advanced Logic Design
Digital Image Processing
Advanced Communication Systems

Management is not just a course you learn in class but something that we practice daily

MEng. Electrical and Electronics Engineering - FAQs

The following may qualify for registration for the M.Eng. program in Electrical and Electronics Engineering.

  1. University Matriculation of 5 credit passes including English, Mathematics, Physics & Chemistry at O-Level; and
  2. Bachelor’s Degrees in Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE) with at least 2nd class lower division.
  3. Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) in EEE with at least CGPA of 3.0/5.0.


  • In special cases, candidates may be admitted after passing such test as may be prescribed by the Department and/or Faculty.
  • Candidate, who holds qualifications other than the above, acceptable to the Board of the Postgraduate Studies and the Senate of the University, may be considered.

Graduates can work in a variety of roles such as lead electrical engineer, senior electronic engineer, senior metrology engineer, applications design engineer and control, electrical and instrumentation graduate design engineer in organisations including.

We aim to develop your knowledge, understanding, analysis and design abilities principally through lectures and tutorials. You’ll be supported in developing your practical and design skills through laboratory work involving problem solving assignments, practical exercises and mini projects.

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Contact the Department

Phone Number:

+234 903 178 3370