EE4080 - Project
Offering Academic Unit
Department of Electrical Engineering
For Normative 4-year Degree Students
At least 63 credit units of the Major Requirement, College Requirement and College-specified GE Courses have been completed
For Advanced Standing Students(Note 1 to 3)
At least 39 credit units (For Advanced Standing I students) / 36 credit units (For Advanced Standing II students) of the Major Requirement have been completed
Note 1: Credits of exempted courses are counted regardless of the completion time of replacement courses
Note 2: Corresponding reduction in credit requirement applies to ASII students granted with waiver arrangement on courses upon admission.
Note 3: Students completed full requirement in College-specified GE courses (MA1200/MA1201/MA1300/MA1301) can have one course counted towards the credit unit requirement specified above.
EE4181 Project (ECE) or
EE4281 Project (CDE) or
EE4381 Project (INFE)
Course Offering Term*:
Semester A 2023/24, Semester B 2023/24
|* The offering term is subject to change without prior notice|
This course is to provide students the options to undertake either academic project (Part A) or industrial project (Part B).
Part A: Academic Project
The aim of this academic project is to provide students with a project to integrate and apply what has been learnt in the programme. This allows students to be trained in organizing and managing a substantial individual project to initiate creativity, innovation and intellectual abilities.
Part B: Industrial Project
The aim of this part is to provide students, in collaboration with industry, an industrial project to integrate and apply what has been learnt in the taught undergraduate courses. This enables students to be trained in co-operation with the electronic related industry while nurturing students with a spirit of professionalism. The result will strengthen employability by meeting the needs of industry.
Assessment (Indicative only, please check the detailed course information)
Continuous Assessment: 100%
For a student to pass the course,
(i) They must conduct an oral presentation,
(ii) They must obtain an overall pass (D) grade or above,
(iii) They did not obtain a final fail (F) grade from the supervisor and assessor.
Detailed Course Information
|Department of Electrical Engineering|