BEng (Hons) Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Our programme provides you with the necessary skills and experience that will enable you to take your place in the fastpaced world of electrical and electronic engineering as a creator of next generation, intelligent, connected devices and systems.
Have you ever wondered what mobiles and tablets will be like in the future? How can we use satellites to better our lives? How can we help people by advancing medical devices? What will next generation cars and transportation systems look like? How can robots do things better? What sustainable energy sources are possible? Where can we go with space exploration? These are some of the questions that electronic industries are asking as well, so you are not alone and you are heading in the right direction. The first two years provides students with basic electrical and electronic engineering skills and in the more advanced years you can select options within specialist areas. Wherever possible we employ hands-on project work to help you develop your practical and problem-solving skills.
In the fourth year you will undertake an individual project that is either linked to research within the department such as condition monitoring in power systems, computer vision or improved next generation wireless networks, or, potentially, linked to industry relevant design activity such as motor control hardware and software to propel and steer intelligent vehicles, or sensor designs for next generation Internet of Things. You may also develop your own ideas and undertake a personalised project.
|Duration:||2-4 years (full-time)|
|Tuition Fee:||£11,500/year (intl. students)|
Graduates can expect to find employment in industries such as mobile systems, interactive entertainment, robotic systems design, image processing, artificial intelligence, communications and networking, automotive, aerospace, oil and gas, renewable energy, instrumentation and medical systems, as well as being in demand in roles outside engineering where their problem-solving skills and wide knowledge of technology is highly valued.
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Whether you want to design mobile phones, control robotic systems or connect next generation products using the Internet of things, our pathways allow you to develop the hardware and software skills required to play a leading role in the Electrical and Electronic Engineering industry.
Dr Gordon Morison,
Assistant Head of Department
- Digital and Programmable Systems
- Integrated Engineering Studies
- Engineering Operations and Management
- Signals and Electronic Systems Design
- Communications Engineering
- Modelling and Data Analysis
- Computer Aided Engineering
- Control Engineering
- Engineering Design and Analysis
- Signals and Electronic Systems