MSc Electronic Engineering

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    MSc 1 year full-time/part-time

Course Description

This flexible up-to-the-minute course is for graduates with a background in electronics. It has been designed in collaboration with industry experts and is ideal for those wishing to follow a specialist career in digital electronics or communications.

The course provides you with the academic and technical skills to analyse synthesise interpret and make sense of modern electronic systems so you are well prepared to meet the demands of tomorrow’s engineering society.

Gain advanced theoretical knowledge and practical skills in digital communications signal processing electronic circuits and microprocessors as well as an understanding of engineering best practice and how to apply it in real-life scenarios.

Intermediate qualifications available:

  • Postgraduate certificate – 60 credits at Master's level
  • Postgraduate diploma – 120 credits at Master's level

Why choose this course?

  • Start the course at a time that suits you with six entry points through the year; each taught unit is delivered in a six-week block
  • Study in an electronic laboratory environment gaining valuable hands-on experience as well as opportunities for industry connections including National Instruments Rhode & Schwarz and Axis Electronics
  • Explore topics including applied microwave and optical communications systems engineering embedded sensors controllers and energy advanced digital signal processing microprocessor architecture and embedded hardware advanced digital communications wireless sensor networks optical communications and other exciting emerging technologies such as energy harvesting
  • Develop practical skills in laboratory sessions in which you will build and work with your own electronic devices
  • Benefit from developing expertise and understanding of professional standards

Entry Requirements

UK applicants should have a good undergraduate degree at Honours level, or equivalent.

EU/International applicants please visit website for details.

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Programme Funding

There are numerous sources of funding available for postgraduate students, both from external sources such as the Government and from the University.

Student Destinations

Once you have graduated you will be qualified to work in a wide range of associated fields including electronic systems design; as a development engineer; in software design; as an embedded systems engineer; communications engineer; product support engineer; or technical consultant.

Graduates from this course have moved on to work in the development of microcontroller-based embedded systems; computer systems engineering; robotics; automotive electronics; and the design of mobile and wireless communications systems.

You may also wish to continue your studies through an MSc by Research MPhil or PhD.

Module Details

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