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Electronic Engineering

These courses provide a very wide range of knowledge and techniques in modern electronic engineering.

Circuit Board
  • Fundamental properties of electronic components and circuits are treated in detail in the early stages of the course, as are computer-based tools and programming techniques.
  • Later years include topics such as system design, modelling, signal processing and analysis, microprocessor interfacing, measurement instrumentation, feedback and computer control.
  • The final stage incorporates a substantial individual project along with advanced level specialist options.

The Electronic Engineering courses provide the basis for our other more specialist programmes. In general it is possible to transfer from these courses to one of our specialised courses at any point during the first year or so of the course, giving considerable flexibility. Subject to pre-requisites having been satisfied, topics offered in the specialised courses are available as options to those students following the generic courses.

Course Structure

Computing Digital Circuit Design and Programming Design & Construction Project Major Industrial / Research Project
Communications Analysis of Frequency and Filters Wireless Principles
Circuit Design (Analogue and Digital) Control Engineering Software Engineering Project Electronics for Medicine
Microprocessors and Systems Electromagnetic Fields and Transmission Lines Project Management Advanced Internet Protocols
Computer Programming in Java / C Noise and Signal Integrity in Circuits Laboratory Practical Automatic Flight Control Systems
Mathematics Software Engineering
Biologically Inspired Computation
Laboratory Practical Mathematics Environmental Engineering Embedded Computing Systems
Laboratory Practical Analogue / Digital Filters Radio Frequency and Microwave Circuit Design
Principles of Flight
DSP Architectures Electron Devices: Growth and Characterisation
Communications Networks Computer Modelling Embedded Systems and Reliability Engineering Signal Processing
Computer Operating Systems and Interfacing Computer Architectures Distributed Computer Systems Information Theory and Coding
Nanotechnology Semiconductor Devices Accounting and Finance Transducers, Sensors and Actuation
Business Management Analogue Circuitry Mobile Communication Systems Strategic Management
  Communication Networks and the Internet Optical Communications Enterprise
  Managing People and Quality Flight Control Wired and Wireless Transmission
Nanofabrication Neural Networks Network Security
Marketing Techniques Management and Marketing of Technology Advanced Information Storage
Business Law for Technology  
Photonics and Nanophotonics  
Antennas and Propagation
Internet Protocols
Modern & Digital Control
Digital Transmission Systems

The structure of the BEng Honours Degree courses is identical to that of the MEng for the first two years but involves a less ambitious individual project and a smaller range of courses and options in the final year.

Admissions Enquiries: Mrs Helen Lay
Undergraduate Admissions Tutor: Dr Stuart Porter
Tel: (+44) 01904 322365

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