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King’s College London, Full Time MSc Degrees in Engineering

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The Computer Systems Engineering with Management MSc course is an advanced computer science programme that will develop your technical skills and knowledge of computer systems engineering in areas such as embedded systems and robotics. Read more

The Computer Systems Engineering with Management MSc course is an advanced computer science programme that will develop your technical skills and knowledge of computer systems engineering in areas such as embedded systems and robotics. The course also introduces core management theories and techniques to support careers within the IT industry.

Key benefits

  • Located in central London, giving access to major libraries and leading scientific societies, including the Chartered Institute for IT (BCS), and the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET).
  • You will learn advanced software engineering skills preparing you for leading creative roles in the professional and research communities.
  • You will develop critical awareness and appreciation of the changing role of computing in society and motivating you to pursue further professional development and research.
  • Frequent access to speakers of international repute through seminars and external lectures, enabling you to keep abreast of emerging knowledge in advanced computing and related fields.
  • The Department of Informatics has a reputation for delivering research-led teaching and project supervision from leading experts in their field.

Description

Our Computer Systems Engineering with Management MSc is a flexible study pathway that prepares science and engineering graduates who have excellent computer programming skills for managerial careers in computer systems engineering, robotics or and the IT sector. The programme will also equip you with essential research, analytical and critical thinking skills.

You will complete the course in one year, studying September to September and taking a combination of required and optional modules totalling 180 credits, including 60 credits that will come from an individual project of around 15,000 words. Alongside the technical elements of the course you will study principles of managementoperations and project management, which will give you an understanding of how computer systems engineering works in practical and commercial environments. There are opportunities to explore a broad range of optional modules allowing you the freedom to develop your study pathway to reflect your interests.

Course purpose

This programme aims to prepare graduates with a science or engineering background and good computer programming skills to pursue a career in Computer Systems Engineering project management, Robotics project management or a career in the IT sector at management level.

Course format and assessment

Teaching

We use lectures, seminars and group tutorials to deliver most of the modules on the programme. You will also be expected to undertake a significant amount of independent study.

Assessment

The primary method of assessment for this course is a combination of written examinations, essays, coursework and individual or group projects and oral presentations. The research project will be assessed through an individual projectof 15,000 words. 

Career prospects

Our graduates have continued on to pursue successful careers at a managerial level, working in the major positions of engineering and manufacturing.



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The Electronic Engineering with Management MSc combines the development of advanced electronic engineering skills with a study of modern management techniques and their application to engineering projects. Read more

The Electronic Engineering with Management MSc combines the development of advanced electronic engineering skills with a study of modern management techniques and their application to engineering projects. The course will prepare you for a management pathway in a related industry.

Key benefits

  • Located in central London, giving access to major libraries and leading scientific societies including the BCS Chartered Institute for IT, the Institution of Engineering and Technology and the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE).
  • Opportunities to focus on advanced digital signal processing and communication principles as well as management skills while studying theoretical and practical electronic engineering and management topics.
  • Frequent access to speakers of international repute through seminars and external lectures, enabling you to keep abreast of emerging knowledge in electronic engineering and related fields.
  • The Department of Informatics has areputation for delivering research-led teachingand project supervision from leading experts in their field.

Description

The Electronic Engineering with Management MSc course will prepare you for work in the industry at a relatively advanced level in electronic engineering or management roles. You will study Project Management, Fundamentals of Digital Signal Processing, and Topics on data and signal analysis as well as the Principles of Management. There are also opportunities to explore a broad range of optional modules, allowing you the freedom to develop your study pathway to reflect your interests. You will complete the course in one year, studying September to September and taking a combination of required and optional modules totalling 180 credits, including 60 credits that will come from an individual project of 15000 words.

Course purpose

To provide practical and theoretical knowledge of modern electronic engineering techniques sufficient to prepare students for careers in the field of electronic engineering on a managerial level.

Course format and assessment

Teaching

We use lectures, seminars and group tutorials to deliver most of the modules on the programme. You will also be expected to undertake a significant amount of independent study.

During your work on the Individual Project you will have regular meetings with your project supervisor, but you are expected to spend the majority of your time in self-study to complete the project work.

 Assessment

The primary method of assessment for this course is a combination of written examinations, essays, coursework and individual or group projects and oral presentations. The research project will be assessed through dissertation of around 10,000 words.

Career destinations

Graduates of this programme are excellently placed to progress into management or technical leadership positions in industry.



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The Robotics MSc allows you to gain specialist knowledge relating to robotics and automation applications by examining the integration of mechanical devices, sensors, electronics and ‘intelligent’ computer-based controllers. Read more

The Robotics MSc allows you to gain specialist knowledge relating to robotics and automation applications by examining the integration of mechanical devices, sensors, electronics and ‘intelligent’ computer-based controllers. You will also explore the latest developments in robotics while completing research and development work for your individual research project. You will complete the course in one year, studying September to September and taking a combination of required and optional modules totalling 180 credits, including 60 credits that will come from an individual project of 15,000 words. You will study robotic systems, computer vision, sensors and actuators, real-time systems and control. There are also opportunities to explore a broad range of optional modules allowing you the freedom to develop your study pathway to reflect your interests.

Key benefits

  • Unrivalled location in the heart of London giving access to major libraries and leading scientific societies, including the Chartered Institute for IT (BCS), the Institution of Engineering and Technology and the Institution for Mechanical Engineers (IMechE).
  • Graduates gain experience of designing robotic devices to provide smart engineering solutions.
  • Access to speakers of international repute through seminars and external lectures, enabling students to keep abreast of emerging knowledge in intelligent systems and related fields.
  • Research-led individual project supervised by leading experts in their fields.
  • The Department of Informatics has a reputation for delivering research-led teaching and project supervision from leading experts in their field.

Description

Robotics is a multi-disciplinary activity dealing with the integration of mechanical devices, sensors, electronics and ‘intelligent’ computer-based controllers. The programme is therefore built around core modules such as Robotic Systems, Computer Vision, Sensors and Actuators, Real Time Systems and Control, which are complemented by a wide range of optional modules. The final part of the programme is an individual project that is closely linked with the Department’s research activities.

Course purpose

For graduates in engineering or a related scientific discipline, from this programme you will gain an awareness of the latest developments in Robotics while completing research and development work for your individual research project. This will provide valuable preparation for a career in research or industry.

Course format and assessment

We use lectures, seminars and group tutorials to deliver most of the modules on the programme. You will also be expected to undertake a significant amount of independent study.

You are expected to spend approximately 150 hours of effort (i.e. about 10 hours per credit) for each module you attend in your degree. These 150 hours cover every aspect of the module: lectures, tutorials, lab-based exercises, independent study based on personal and provided lecture notes, tutorial preparation and completion of exercises, coursework preparation and submission, examination revision and preparation, and examinations.

Assessment

Assessment methods will depend on the modules selected. The primary methods of assessment for this course are written examinations and coursework. You may also be assessed by practical laboratory examinations, laboratory reports and oral presentations.

Career destinations

Via the Department’s Careers Programme students are able to network with top employers and obtain advice on how to enhance career prospects. Our graduates have continued on to have very successful careers in industry and research, working areas such as manufacturing, automotive and aerospace. Recent employers include Cummins Inc. and Transport Alstom. 



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The programme aims to give students a general understanding of all aspects of telecommunications networks and the Internet. The course covers techniques, mechanisms, protocols and network architectures. Read more

The programme aims to give students a general understanding of all aspects of telecommunications networks and the Internet. The course covers techniques, mechanisms, protocols and network architectures. The programme starts from covering basic principles of communications systems and extends to architectural aspects and design of future packet-switched networks.

Key benefits

  • Located in the heart of London.
  • Develop a detailed technical knowledge of current practice in wireless systems and networks.
  • Covers aspects related to both wireless and wireline networks since in the future Internet access will be supported by a combination of different wireless and wireline technologies.
  • Taught modules closely linked with research expertise in the scope area.
  • The Department of Informatics has a reputation for delivering research-led teaching and project supervision from leading experts in their field.

 Description

  • Offers an appreciation of the evolution of mobile technology and Internet protocols together with a detailed understanding of the key technologies that will support the ecosystem of the future Internet.
  • The programme provides a holistic view on the technologies and related architectural paradigms for the evolution of the Internet to the Mobile Internet.
  • The key strength of the programme is its close links with the state-of-the-art research environment at the Centre for Telecommunications Research, providing a rich intellectual environment for students to achieve their goals and gain strong employment prospects,be highly competitive in their employability aspects.

In addition to the taught modules students are required to complete an individual project (and write a Thesis) to be eligible for the award of the MSc degree.

Course purpose

Undoubtedly, the growth of mobile and wireless communication systems and networks over the last few years has been explosive. Interestingly enough, this growth is taking place all over the world in both developed and developing countries. Therefore, in this very dynamic industry the prospects of employment are significant for graduates with well-rounded knowledge of this field. The aim of the programme is to provide the next generation of engineers that will manage and steer the developments in these new emerging Internet technologies. 

Course format and assessment

We use lectures, seminars and group tutorials to deliver most of the modules on the programme. You will also be expected to undertake a significant amount of independent study.

You are expected to spend approximately 150 hours of effort (i.e. about 10 hours per credit) for each module you attend in your degree. These 150 hours cover every aspect of the module: lectures, tutorials, lab-based exercises, independent study based on personal and provided lecture notes, tutorial preparation and completion of exercises, coursework preparation and submission, examination revision and preparation, and examinations.

 Assessment methods will depend on the modules selected. The primary methods of assessment for this course are written examinations and coursework. You may also be assessed by class tests, essays, assessment reports and oral presentations.

Career destinations

Re-engineering the Internet towards its evolution to the Wireless Internet is the current driver of research efforts in both academia and research and development sectors in industry. Graduates from our programme will be very well placed to proceed into employment in both mobile network operators and industrial manufacturers of mobile/wireless network equipment. Due to close links with the current research efforts in the scope areas, graduates are also well placed to further their academic studies towards MPhil and PhD degrees.



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The Mobile & Personal Communications MSc programme covers the latest aspects of personal and mobile wireless communication technology, communication networks, advanced digital communications theory and techniques and signal processing. Read more

The Mobile & Personal Communications MSc programme covers the latest aspects of personal and mobile wireless communication technology, communication networks, advanced digital communications theory and techniques and signal processing. You will study Digital Communications, Random Variables and Stochastic Processes, Communication Theory as well Mobile and Personal Communication Systems There are opportunities to explore a broad range of optional modules allowing you the freedom to develop your study pathway to reflect your interests. You will complete the course in one year, studying September to September and taking a combination of required and optional modules totalling 180 credits, including 60 credits that will come from an individual project of 15,000 words.

Key benefits

  • You will gain a thorough knowledge of the fundamental elements of today’s modern telecommunications systems.
  • Located in central London, giving access to major libraries and leading scientific societies, including the IET.
  • Frequent access to speakers of international repute through seminars and external lectures, enabling you to keep abreast of emerging knowledge in the telecommunications field.
  • Flexible study pathway that covers a broad range of telecommunication subject areas.
  • The Department of Informatics has areputation for delivering research-led teaching and project supervision from leading experts in their field.

Description

Our programme offers introductory modules followed by specialised topical courses on the latest aspects of communications technology, including personal and mobile wireless communications, communication networks, advanced digital communications theory and techniques and communications signal processing. You will study Digital Communications, Random Variables and Stochastic Processes, Communication Theory, Mobile and Personal Communication Systems. You will complete eight taught modules. You will also undertake a substantial individual project. 

Course purpose

For students wishing to work in the telecommunications industry.

Course format and assessment

We use lectures, seminars and group tutorials to deliver most of the modules on the programme. You will also be expected to undertake a significant amount of independent study.

You are expected to spend approximately 150 hours of effort (i.e. about 10 hours per credit) for each module you attend in your degree. These 150 hours cover every aspect of the module: lectures, tutorials, lab-based exercises, independent study based on personal and provided lecture notes, tutorial preparation and completion of exercises, coursework preparation and submission, examination revision and preparation, and examinations.

Assessment

Assessment methods will depend on the modules selected. The primary methods of assessment for this course are written examinations and coursework. You may also be assessed by class tests, essays, assessment reports and oral presentations.

Career prospects

Students continue on to careers in industry, commerce, academic research and further study.



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