Masters degrees in Electrical Engineering equip postgraduates with the skills to apply engineering principles to the study, design, production and development of electrical systems.
Courses range from taught MSc degrees, to research-based MRes and MPhil programmes. Entry requirements normally include an undergraduate degree in an appropriate Engineering subject.
Why study a Masters in Electrical Engineering?
Courses in this field offer training in a broad range of applied industrial, communicative and engineering techniques for various operational and instrumentation systems.
Training includes analysis of components for power systems such as generators, transmission devices and distribution systems. These could range from control and automation systems, machinery and production devices, smart grids, and information technology.
Electrical infrastructures are essential across all parts of the world; as such, you will explore principles and approaches across different parts of the world, as well as policy and regulation for current practices.
Careers include roles in the development of nanotechnology for communications and operations systems, the production of renewable energy and sustainable generation of power, as well as public policy and legislation.