Vision Statement:
“To be a center of excellence in Avionics Engineering, where a multi-disciplinary foundation, technological depth and inculcation of ethical values produces visionary professionals at national and global levels with a focus on research and entrepreneurship”.
Mission Statement:
“To educate students through highly qualified faculty to have strong theoretical and practical expertise, team-work, leadership qualities, ethical values and entrepreneurship skills. Establish and maintain state-of-the-art laboratories, latest curriculum and industrial linkages. Prepare graduates to pursue higher studies and undertake research at national and global levels”.

BE Avionics

Accredited by Pakistan Engineering Council.

The curriculum is designed to meet both the current and future needs of aviation and related industries. The BE Avionics program provides a strong technical background in aviation electronics. The curriculum features courses in Engineering Mechanics, Aerodynamics, Aerospace of Propulsion, Flight Control Systems, Electronic Flight Instrumentation Systems, Radars Systems, Guidance, Navigation and Control, Integrated Avionics, Emerging Aviation Technologies, and Avionics Systems Design which are required for a wide range of careers in the aviation industry. The program is sensitive to the ever-changing technologies associated with avionics and provides the graduate with the ability to assume positions of responsibility with minimal additional training.

Why choose BE Avionics at College of Engineering?

  1. BE Avionics is PEC accredited program.
  2. Teaching by distinguished faculty that includes IEEE and PEC members.
  3. A project-based and rigorously monitored engineering program.
  4. BE Avionics program best suited to aviation industry requirements.
  5. Good job opportunities upon graduation – students near graduation undergo career development seminar and workshop that provide excellent career preparation.

Program Objectives

The objectives of BE (Avionic Engineering) program are to prepare avionic engineers:

  1. With a sound knowledge of principles of mathematics, science, fundamentals of engineering design and analysis, and professional ethics.
  2. Who are able to work in a global and diversified society.
  3. Who meet the needs of industry for Avionic Engineering or to pursue graduate studies.
  4. And who are also able to communicate clearly in written and oral formats.

Program Composition

CoE has come up with a comprehensive curriculum covering not only the areas of engineering and sciences but also incorporating courses in humanities, social sciences and management sciences. This is because CoE wants to make visionary engineers with high ethical and moral values working to serve the humanity.
BE (Avionics) is a 139 credit hours program. Courses have been classified as non-engineering and engineering courses as shown in the table below.


Number of Courses

Credit Hours

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The curriculum has been designed to provide the student basic knowledge in the broader area of Electrical Engineering which is followed by focused courses related to Avionic Engineering. The course of study is focused on the fundamental concepts enabling the students to pursue a career in any area from research and development to sales. In addition to the laboratory work that get the student familiar with electrical, electronic and computing equipment and with experimental techniques, course projects in almost every course help the student to learn how theoretical knowledge can be converted into working projects.
The curriculum is designed in a way that the first three to four semesters cover the courses of general interest (Engineering Foundation). This is followed by covering the Avionic Engineering breadth in the third year. The final year include depth courses allowing the student to specialize in Avionic Engineering. A two-semester senior design project usually involving industrial collaboration provides students with valuable experience in applying their knowledge and skills for solution of real-world problems.