The Department of Electronics offers the following one year full-time taught Masters programmes:
MSc in Autonomous Robotics Engineering
The MSc in Autonomous Robotics Engineering offered jointly by the Departments of Computer Science and Electronics provides a thorough grounding in the use of scientific and engineering techniques as applied to autonomous robotic systems.
MSc in Communications Engineering
The MSc in Communications Engineering provides a solid theoretical and practical understanding of modern communications systems, including wireless communications and Internet transmission. It provides a thorough grounding for a career in the communications industry or in research, and focuses in particular on the skills required to keep up to date in this rapidly-developing field.
MSc in Digital Signal Processing
The MSc in Digital Signal Processing is designed for graduates in mathematics, engineering, physics or computer science. The programme provides a good route from this wide range of backgrounds to a career in communications, instrumentation, bio-engineering, medical sensing (including imaging), multimedia or an allied electronics field. It is intended to provide students with a good theoretical background and practical design experience (including FPGA design) in modern signal processing.
MSc in Digital Systems Engineering
The MSc in Digital Systems Engineering is intended to provide students with a good theoretical background and solid hands-on experience of the techniques used in modern digital systems design. Using FPGAs as a hardware platform and VHDL as a design language.