Masters degrees in Electronic Engineering equip postgraduates with the skills to design, produce and develop devices which conduct electrons for various uses.
Taught MSc courses are typical for the field, though research oriented MRes and MPhil programs may be available at some institutions. Entry requirements normally include an undergraduate degree in a relevant subject such as Mathematics, Computing or Design Technology.
Why study a Masters in Electronic Engineering?
Courses in this field offer training in operating systems for a breadth of electronic systems, devices and networks.
Training includes the application ofFrom materials design, and nanotechnology and multimedia engineering to develop signal processors and wireless communications. This may include mobile technology and satellite engineering.
, vision and signal processing and multimedia engineering, to mobile and wireless communications, and space and satellite engineering. It is also possible to branch into systems design for robotics and artificial intelligence, data engineering, and renewable energy technologies.
Consideration is also given to economics, particularly and commercial practices and regulation within the industry. For example, you may analyse, including the importance of intellectual property, as well asits restraints and opportunities. Analysis of e Environmental andregulation and risk assessment , including analysis of current legislation, is also key.
Careers may include frontline design and manufacture of prototypes, commercial distributions and logistics, communications management, or public policy.