Offered by the Department of Physics
The MSc / Postgraduate Diploma program in Applied Electronics has been designed to prepare students with in-depth knowledge and skills in principles of electronics as well as their applications of techniques of electronics in instrumentation and to solve problems in industry and research. In addition, it is aimed to support graduates having innovative skills in instrumentation to enhance their knowledge in the field
BSc with Electronics or Physics as a subject or any other equivalent qualification acceptable to the Senate of the University of Colombo.
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Application Fee: LKR 2,500/-
Registration Fee: LKR 2,500/-
Course Fee: 297,500/- (Subject to change)
*The course fee cannot be paid as installments. However, our students are eligible for a student loan which can be obtained from the Thumulla Branch of Bank of Ceylon. Please contact them for more information.
Pre-registration for 2020 intake
The program is not yet advertised for the 2020 intake. Usually, we call for applications in August 2020.
Please fill the pre-registration form to keep in touch.
Current students, please visit to MSc notice board to get more information.
The MSc program will consist of two parts (Part I and Part II) and the contents will include lecture courses, guided reading, practical work and a project. The duration of the complete program will be 24 months. Students who maintain a GPA of not less than 2.50 by the end of part I will be allowed to proceed to part II. Those who are unable to progress to part II may be awarded the postgraduate diploma based on their performance in part I. The MSc degree and the postgraduate diploma will be awarded according to the general guidelines of the Faculty of Science.
Mode of learning
Since Electronics is a practical subject, the highest priority will be given for providing a thorough practical knowledge to the students. More than half of the time allocated for the program will be used for hands on practical sessions conducted in the well equipped laboratories at the Department of Physics. For the theory courses, we have introduced an eLearning platform for enhancing the learning experience of the students. Each student will be allowed to access lecture notes maintained on a Learning Management System (LMS) through Internet. This service will make it possible for students to interact with the lecturers and fellow students from the convenience of their homes. Additional discussion classes will be held in regular intervals for students to interact with the lecturers All laboratory classes and discussion classes will be held on Saturdays.
The performance of students in theory and practical course modules under part I will be evaluated through 11 papers. Evaluations in the theory courses may include in-class assignments in addition to the written examinations. The written examinations will be held at the end of each semester. Each written paper will be of two-hour duration.
In the practical courses, the assessments will be carried out on a continuous basis. The students will be evaluated according to their performance in the laboratory and a final laboratory examination.
Those who fail the examinations will be allowed to repeat each paper once, at the next available opportunity. In the guided reading course, each student will be required to gain a thorough knowledge on a given topic through a literature survey. The assessment will be based on the display of the knowledge acquired, through written reports and oral presentations.
In part II, each student will be given a project. At the completion of the project, students will be required to submit a technical report/dissertation. The evaluation of project, which will be based on the technical report/dissertation and viva-voce examinations, will be carried out according to the general guidelines of the faculty.
|MEL 5101||Analogue and Digital ICs, and their Applications||30L, 2C|
|MEL 5151||Circuit Analysis, Simulations and Modeling||30L, 2C|
|MEL 5150||Electronics Laboratory||90P, 3C|
|MEL 5251||Sensors, Transducers and Data Acquisition Techniques||30L, 2C|
|MEL 5204||Microcontrollers and Programmable Logic Devices||30L, 2C|
|MEL 5250||Automation Laboratory||90P, 3C|
|MEL 5351||Data Communication Techniques and Digital Signal Processing||30L, 2C|
|MEL 5352||Engineering Mathematics and Statistics||30L, 2C|
|MEL 5350||Computational and Simulation Laboratory||90P, 3C|
|MEL 5305||Guided Reading||60P, 2C|
|MEL 5405||Electronic Instrumentation Laboratory||60P, 2C|
|MEL 5450||Embedded Systems Project||6 Moths, 5C|
Panel of Lecturers
- Prof. T R Ariyaratne
- Prof. Upul Sonnadara
- Prof. Barlo Daya
- Dr. M K Jayananda
- Dr. C M Edirisinghe
- Dr. Jayamapathy Ratnayake
- Dr. Lakmal Weerawarne
- Dr. Indika Wanniarachchi
- Miss. Dilini Leelachandra
- Dr. Hiran H E Jayaweera
Further information regarding the MSc Program can be obtained by contacting the program coordinator.
Contact details of the program coordinators are as follows.
|2019||Dr. Hiran H E Jayaweerafirstname.lastname@example.org|
|2018||Dr. M K Jayanandaemail@example.com|