Bachelor of Science in Electronics and Communication Engineering

I. OBJECTIVES

1.1. Knowledge

The Bachelor of Engineering (Electronics and Telecommunications) degree program aims to produce bachelors with (i) a strong foundation across a range of technical areas within the field of electrical engineering in electronics, computer systems, hardware devices and software tools used for controlling communications, and (ii) in-depth knowledge of their respective specialization: electronics, system control and microsystems, networking, or communications.

1.2. Skills

Graduates from this program will have skills in operating and using electronic devices and computers, in managing computer networks, wireline and wireless communication systems, terrestrial and satellite broadcasting systems.

1.3. Ability

Graduates will have an ability to perform engineering design and participate in the management of engineering projects in electrical engineering in general as well as in their specialization in particular. Career-wise, graduates can work as engineering or management staff in the defense/security or different industrialeconomic sectors, including the areas: electronics, post office, aerospace/maritime telecommunications, computer-based system control, and radio/television broadcasting. If continued with postgraduate programmes, they will also have a career opportunity in universities or research institutions as academic or research staff.

1.4. Attitude

Students are to recognize, appreciate and hold general morality and professional ethics, to learn how to be highly disciplined, to learn how to work with others in groups or projects, to pursue a scientific desire, and to self-train at all times to improve their political quality and technical ability.

II. PROGRAM CONTENT

2.1. Total number of credits to be conducted is 139,
            divided as the following
- Common Knowledge Subjects                                                                              33 credits
(Excluding Subjects inPhysical Education & National Defence Education)
- Social Science and Humanities Subjects (Elective)                                        04 credits
- Basic Science Subjects                                                                                         25 credits
- Engineering Subjects                                                                                             55 credits
- Specialization Subjects                                                                                          12 credits
+ Compulsory                              06 credits
+ Elective                                     06 credits

- Graduation Thesis or Equivalent Subjects     10 credits

2.2. Curriculum

No.
Subjects
Number of Credits
Credit hours
Pre-requisites (Subject No.)
Classroom
Practice, Laboratory
 field study, studio
Independent Studies
Lecture
Tutorial
Discussion
I
Common Knowledge Subjects
(Excluding subjects from 12 to 16)
33
 
 
 
 
 
 
1
Marxist – Leninist Philosophy
4
40
 
10
 
10
 
2
Marxist – Leninist Political Economics
3
30
 
12
 
3
1
3
Scientific Socialism
2
20
2
6
 
2
2
4
History of the Vietnamese Communist Party
2
24
 
4
 
2
2
5
Ho Chi Minh Ideology
2
20
 
6
2
2
4
6
Informatics I
4
20
 
2
38
 
 
7
Informatics II
2
16
2
 
12
 
6
8
Foreign Language I
4
18
18
18
 
6
 
9
Foreign Language II
3
15
13
13
 
4
8
10
Foreign Language III
3
15
13
13
 
4
9
11
Foreign Language for Specific Purposes
4
18
18
18
 
6
10
12
Physical Education I
2
2
 
 
26
2
 
13
Physical Education II
2
2
 
 
26
2
12
14
National Defence Education I
2
14
 
12
 
4
 
15
National Defence Education II
2
14
 
12
 
4
14
16
National Defence Education III
3
18
 
3
21
3
 
II
Social Science & Humanities Subjects
4/8
 
 
 
 
 
 
17
Genera Logics
2
20
6
 
 
4
1
18
General Psychology
2
20
4
4
 
2
 
19
General Pedagogy
2
14
6
10
 
 
 
20
Introduction to Management Science
2
20
5
5
 
 
 
III
Basic Science Subjects
25
 
 
 
 
 
 
21
Higher Mathematics (Algebra 1)
2
20
10
 
 
 
 
22
Higher Mathematics (Algebra 2)
2
20
10
 
 
 
21
23
Higher Mathematics (Analysis 1)
5
45
30
 
 
 
 
24
Higher Mathematics (Analysis 2)
5
45
30
 
 
 
23
25
General Physics 1
3
32
9
 
 
4
22, 24
26
General Physics 2
3
32
9
 
 
4
22, 24
27
General Physics 3
2
20
7
 
 
3
22, 24
28
Practices in General Physics
3
 
 
 
45
 
25-27
IV
Engineering Subjects
55
 
 
 
 
 
 
IV.1
Mathematics
4
 
 
 
 
 
 
29
Probability & Statistics
2
17
9
 
 
4
22, 24
30
Computational Methods
2
14
 
 
12
4
22, 24
IV.2
Informatics
8
 
 
 
 
 
 
31
Data Structure & Algorithms
2
14
 
 
12
4
7
32
Computer Architectures & Interface
4
25
0
0
25
10
7, 35, 38
33
Introduction to Operating Systems (UNIX)
2
14
 
 
12
4
7
IV.3
Physics
2
 
 
 
 
 
 
34
Engineering Electromagnetics
2
20
8
 
 
2
25-27
IV.4
Electronics
9
 
 
 
 
 
 
35
Fundamentals of Electronics
3
32
10
 
 
3
28
36
Digital Techniques
2
20
 
 
5
5
38
37
Circuit Theory
2
20
6
 
 
4
35, 38
38
Semiconductor Devices & Integrated Circuits
2
20
6
 
 
4
26, 27
IV.5
Control and Measurement
3
 
 
 
 
 
 
39
Control System Engineering
3
32
8
 
 
5
22, 24, 35
IV.6
Telecommunications
15
 
 
 
 
 
 
40
Signals & Systems
2
17
9
 
 
4
22, 24, 35
41
Introduction to Multimedia Communications
2
20
 
 
6
4
35
42
Digital Signal Processing I
3
30
10
 
 
5
22, 24, 36
43
Digital Signal Processing II
2
17
 
 
8
5
42
44
Digital Communications
3
30
10
 
 
5
22, 24, 43
45
Data Communication Networks
3
32
 
 
9
4
40, 43
IV.7
Laboratory Works
14
 
 
 
 
 
 
46
Laboratory Work in Electronics
2
 
 
 
30
 
35
47
Laboratory Work in Digital Techniques
2
 
 
 
30
 
36
48
Laboratory Work in Selected Topics
3
 
 
 
40
5
44, 45
49
Design I (Analogue & Digital)
3
5
 
 
35
5
36, 37
50
Design II (Technology)
4
5
 
 
35
20
36, 37, 43
V
Specialization Subjects
12
 
 
 
 
 
 
V.1
Electronics, Micro-ElectroMechanical Systems, & Control
12
 
 
 
 
 
 
V.1.1
Compulsory
6
 
 
 
 
 
 
51
Microprocessors
2
20
6
 
 
4
36, 37
52
Micro Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS)
2
20
6
 
 
4
36, 37, 39
53
Industrial Electronics
2
20
6
 
 
4
36, 37
V.1.2
Elective
6/24
 
 
 
 
 
 
54
Advanced Control Engineering
2
20
6
 
 
4
39
55
Robotics
2
16
 
 
10
4
36, 37
56
Electronics Assembly Technology
2
16
 
 
10
4
35
57
Image Processing & Computer Vision
2
20
6
 
 
4
43
58
Computer Communication
2
16
 
 
10
4
44, 45
59
Electronic Circuit Simulation
2
15
 
 
 
4
37
60
Sensors and Applications
2
20
6
 
 
4
35, 36
61
Computer-interfaced Measurement and Control
2
16
 
 
10
4
32
62
Real-time Embedded System Design
2
16
 
 
10
4
37
63
ASIC & VLSI Design
2
16
 
 
10
4
35
64
Biomedical Devices
2
20
6
 
 
4
35
65
Audio-Visual Technology
2
20
6
 
 
4
35, 36
V.2
Wireless Communications
12
 
 
 
 
 
 
V.2.1
Compulsory
6
 
 
 
 
 
 
66
Advanced Data Communication
2
20
 
 
6
4
43, 44
67
Mobile Communication
2
20
6
 
 
4
43, 44
68
Antenna Techniques & Propagation
2
20
2
 
4
4
34, 43, 44
V.2.2
Elective
6/20
 
 
 
 
 
 
69
Spread-Spectrum Communication
2
20
6
 
 
4
43, 44
70
Coding Theory
2
20
6
 
 
4
44
71
Radio Transmission and Propagation
2
20
6
 
 
4
34
72
Optical Communication
2
20
6
 
 
4
43, 44
73
Satellite Communication
2
20
6
 
 
4
43, 44
74
MIC & MIMIC Design
2
20
6
 
 
4
37, 38
75
HF Techniques
2
20
6
 
 
4
35, 43, 44
76
Image Processing
2
20
 
 
6
4
42, 43
77
Random Processes
2
20
6
 
 
4
29
78
Aerospace and Maritime Navigation
2
20
6
 
 
4
43, 44
V.3
Communication Systems
12
 
 
 
 
 
 
V.3.1
Compulsory
6
 
 
 
 
 
 
79
Advanced Data Communication
2
20
 
 
6
4
43, 44
80
Wireless Communication
2
20
6
 
 
4
43, 44
81
Wideband Communication Technology
2
20
6
 
 
4
43, 44
V.3.2
Elective
6/12
 
 
 
 
 
 
82
Switching Techniques
2
22
 
 
4
4
35, 36
83
Optical Communication
2
20
6
 
 
4
43, 44
84
Random Processes
2
20
6
 
 
4
29
85
Data Network Management
2
18
 
 
8
4
45
86
Digital Subscribed-Line Technology
2
20
 
 
6
4
43, 44
87
Image & Speech Processing
2
20
 
 
6
4
43
VI
Graduation Thesis or Equivalent Subjects
10
 
 
 
 
 
 
  Total
139