Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB) was set up in 1993 under the Private University Act (1992). It offers 15 undergraduate programs and 10 graduate programs through four different schools.
SECS at a Glance
School of Engineering & Computer Science (SECS) is responsible for teaching engineering related subjects at IUB. Besides emphasizing on teaching, the school also emphasizes upon innovation and research. Students coming to IUB to study engineering can expect a curriculum that is constantly updated and competitive on world stage, dedicated faculty members, an excellent teacher-student relationship, and cutting-edge know-how.
The degree programs of SECS include both undergraduate and graduate programs. It offers Bachelor of Science degrees in Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical & Electronics Engineering, and Electronic & Telecommunication Engineering. The school also offers Master of Science degrees in Computer Science, Computer Networks & Communication, Software Engineering and Telecommunication Engineering.
To keep pace with fast-changing technology of the world, the faculty members of SECS constantly update their methods of teaching. The teachers greatly emphasize upon using technology to their advantage. The school maintains a Course Management and Operation System where most teachers host their teaching materials so that these could be accessed by the students through the internet from anywhere. The school also maintains a digital library where a large amount of material has been stored. These materials can also be accessed through the internet.
To facilitate a hands-on experience in learning, the school has several labs. These include well-equipped physics lab, circuit & systems lab, microprocessor & interfacing lab, digital signal processing lab, telecommunication lab, network labs, and machines lab. The school also has fully operational computer labs which are connected to the internet.
Course Curriculum Standard
The curriculum of all the degree programs offered by the school has been approved by the University Grants Commission. The curriculum fulfills the requirements set by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM, and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (IEEE). The teaching methodology closely follows the guidelines set by the Accreditation Board for Engineering & Technology (ABET).