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Undergraduate

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Our undegraduate degree programmes in Electronic Engineering can be studied as a three-year BEng in Electronic Engineering or four-year MEng in Electronic Engineering, and if you want to include a year in industry, we can help you to find a placement that's right for you. Whichever option you choose, you will learn the theoretical and practical knowledge for tomorrow’s electronics industries, acquiring valuable skills through hands-on, project-based activities to prepare you for an exciting career ahead.

Accreditation

All our Electronic Engineering degrees will go forward for accreditation by The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) in 2018. Formal accreditation is expected to be granted after the first intake of students has progressed to their second year of study.

Please visit our coursefinder for more detail on each degree. These pages will be updated as our courses develop.

Our Electronic Engineering degrees

BEng Electronic Engineering (three years)

BEng Electronic Engineering with a year industry (four years; year three is the year out)

MEng Electronic Engineering (four years)

MEng Electronic Engineering with a year in industry (five years: year four is the year out)

All the degrees follow the same structure for the first three years. The fundamentals of electronic engineering are covered in years one and two with more choice in modules available in years three and four (as applicable) giving you the flexibility to choose between the specialist areas that interest you.

Sample modules (these are shown as guidance and may change):

All modules are compulsory:

  • Embedded systems team project 1
  • Communications engineering 1
  • Electronic circuits and components
  • Principles of sustainable engineering
  • Programming in C++
  • Mathematics for engineering/Science 1
  • Mathematics for engineering/Science 1

All modules are compulsory:

  • Embedded systems team project 2
  • Communication engineering 2
  • Energy generation, conversion and distribution
  • Control engineering
  • Digital coding and data networking
  • Software engineering
  • Electronic materials and devices

Compulsory modules:

  • Individual project
  • Signal processing

Elective modules:

  • Renewable energy systems
  • Principles of engineering company management
  • Smart transportation
  • Voice and music technologies
  • Human factors and healthcare engineering
  • Introduction to information security

Compulsory modules:

  • Group project
  • Research report

Elective modules:

  • Advanced wireless communications
  • Engineering leadership
  • Electronics in advanced manufacturing
  • Personal communications technology
  • Imaging systems for medicine and industry
  • App programming

 

Have a look at our coursefinder for more detail on each degree. These pages will be updated as our courses develop.

 

Entry requirements

A-levels: ABB (A or B in Mathematics, plus two other A-levels in any subjects)

For international students: IELTS score: 6.5 overall

We also accept International Baccalaureate, BTEC and other UK and international qualifications. Please see each degree's coursefinder entry for detailed equivalencies.

 
 
 
 

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