MEng/BEng (Hons) Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Electrical and Electronic Engineers play a major role in the development of existing and future technologies: from generation and distribution to use of our electricity, from medical equipment to mobile phones, from the safety of our vehicles to reducing the environmental impact of our washing machines and in the gadgets that transform our leisure time. In fact, they are responsible for the technologies that maintain our present and enable our future, and for creating the new technology itself and the technology of the future.

Mode of Study & Duration

Full-time

One and Half years – Advanced Entry Full-time (BEng)

Three years – Full-time (BEng) / Four years – Full-time (MEng)

Entry Requirements

Three Passes at Local AL (mathematics stream), or
240 UCAS Tariff Points for London AL (mathematics stream).

Structure

Year 1 Engineering Mathematics
               Practical Electronics
               C Programming
               Digital Principles
               Electrical & Electronic Principles A
               Electrical & Electronic Principles B

Year 2 Project Management
               Mathematics for Signals and Control
               Control
               Signal Processing and Circuits

Electrical Pathway
–    Electrical Technology
–    Power Systems Fundamentals
–    Drives and Motions

Electronic Pathway
–    Group Fab and Lab
–    Digital Design

Year 3 Individual Project {BEng or MEng part A)
               Control Systems Design
               Power Electronics
               Group Design & Integration Project

Electrical Pathway
–    Energy Technologies
–    Power Systems Analysis

Electronic pathway
–    Digital Signal Processing
–    Communications

Year 4 MEng Individual Project part B
              MEng Group Project
              Engineering Management Electrical Pathway
              Modelling and Simulations Electronic Pathway
              System Design Using HDL

Optional Modules
Wireless and Mobile Communications
Power Electronics
Modern Power systems
Wireless sensor Networks


Please Click Here for e-brochure.

Free WordPress Themes, Free Android Games