This programme is designed as a specialised extension to the study of electronics at undergraduate level. The programme provides students with specialist expertise across a wide range of electronic subjects including microelectronics, hardware design, communications, computer design and digital hardware. The programme is normally full-time, starts at the end of September and lasts for 12 months. Electronics with Professional Internship students have the opportunity to complete an industrial placement of up to six months as part of their studies.
The MSc programme consists of a practical project of a research nature (60 CATS points) plus six modules (120 CATS points) The Postgraduate Diploma programme consists of six modules (120 CATS points).
Modules for both programmes are selected from the list below:
Digital Signal Processing Intelligent Systems and Control High Frequency Technology and Design Microelectronic Devices & Technology MEMS Devices & Technology Wireless Communications Systems Wireless Sensor Systems
In any given year further specialist topics may be available for selection or listed topics may not be offered.
Assessment for MSc in Electronics: Coursework and written examination in six modules, dissertation on project. Postgraduate Diploma: Coursework and written examination in six modules.
Our graduates have found that holding a prestigious MSc qualification from one of the UK's top engineering schools has significantly enhanced their job opportunities and employment prospects.
Graduates typically find employment in a wide range of fields including with semiconductor companies, electronic equipment manufacturers, design and service providers, software houses and in other electronic engineering-based industries.
MSc in Electronics
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