Areas covered by this course include flight dynamics; aircraft handling and flying qualities; aircraft stability; gyroscopes and accelerometers; flight instruments; sensors and actuator; modelling and analytical techniques and Laplace transform solutions. Study the MSc Avionics and you’ll be able to develop your skills of design, project management, research, analysis and evaluation. The advanced knowledge and detailed understanding of the aerospace industry which you’ll gain from the degree will allow you to advance your career and gain accreditation from professional engineering bodies.
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Recipient: Glyndwr University
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