BS INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING & MANAGEMENT graduates of the Industrial Engineering Department contribute to the growth of manufacturing and process industries through their technical expertise in creating innovative production processes and developing efficient facilities. The Bachelor of Industrial Engineering degree is known as BS (IEM) and is accredited by PEC (see PEC Schedule) and automatically qualifies the graduates for MS/MBA programs at IoBM. BS (IEM) graduates are given attractive exemptions from the equivalent courses of the foundation stage of the MBA Industrial Management program. Another outstanding feature is the provision of hands-on training facilities in industrial units on a continuous basis, which blends theory with practical experience. Each final year student is required to undergo 2 credit hours of internship of 6 to 8 weeks with a reputable engineering firm. This close collaboration increases job opportunities and accessibility to higher technical and managerial positions.
BE ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING IN ELECTRONICS & TELECOMMUNICATION Electrical Engineering graduates are empowered to ensure the growth of the electrical, electronics and telecommunication industry through their technical expertise and entrepreneurial spirit. BE (EE) program is accredited by PEC and students can specialize in either electronics or telecommunication streams. Successful completion of BE (EE) automatically qualifies the students for MS/MBA programs. The program is Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC) approved (see PEC Schedule) and designed in close consultation with leading engineering firms and scholars from reputable academic Institutions. The Electrical engineering curriculum is a four-year degree program comprising 8 semesters. The emphasis on laboratory work, experimental knowledge and innovative teaching methods. One of its special features is an Internship of 6 to 8 weeks in a reputable engineering organization. During the first four semesters, the same courses are offered to all students. At the end of the fourth semester, students are allowed to select either of two of the above mentioned areas of specialization. The course work offered in the last four semesters is especially designed to enhance students’ knowledge of area of interest and provide them thorough understanding about the advanced subjects in that particular area of specialization.