There is a significant demand in Engineers trained beyond the Bachelor level. MSc in Electronic Engineering provides a rational, flexibly structured and coherent postgraduate study. The students will achieve a profound knowledge base in a wide area of Electronic Engineering. In additions, they will develop wider skills in IT, communication, problem solving, team working and time/task management. As a result, the programme will provide a springboard to a successful career to the mutual benefit of the individual, the economy and society.
Aims and Objectives
To satisfy demand in Engineers trained beyond the Bachelor level; To provide sound general knowledge in advanced Electronic Engineering; To present an intellectual challenge to the students To facilitate professional development of the student that will lead to a successful professional career.
MSc in Electronic Engineering is for students who wish to study a generic programme which is not biased towards a specialization. It will provide advanced knowledge in a broad range of Electronic Engineering without being focussed on a particular area. The programme is very flexible with a large range of choice options to accommodate candidates’ preferences. The candidates will gain both subject-specific and more generic skills. The programme combines academic depth with current industrial practice in the context of real engineering applications.
The course conforms to the standard University of Hull structure, consisting of two taught semesters (the Diploma stage) followed by a substantial individual project. Core modules are compulsory; choice of optional modules is based on student preferences.
Product Planning and Design Exercise (Semester 1) Complex Circuits and Systems (Semester 2) Dissertation project
Advanced Digital Systems Design Advanced Discreet Time Signal Processing and Integrated Circuit Design Applied Optoelectronics Advanced Control Control and Robotics Machine Vision Communication Systems Mobile Radio Propagation and Antennas Radio Frequency and Microwave Devices Techniques and Measurements