Master of Engineering (Electronic Engineering)
An exciting range of modules in topical electronic sciences combined with a state-of-the-art engineering facility awaits students. In addition the Master's Programme offers the student a chance to hone their research skills by specialising in one of a variety of exciting areas in a full-time three month research dissertation.
90 Credit ME Programme comprising:30 Credit Project /60 Credit Taught Modules (7.5 Credits each). Project completed over one summer(May to August) by Full-Time Students or two summers by Part-Time Students.8 Taught Modules completed over two semesters (Full-Time), or four semesters (Part-Time). Approximately 3 hours of Lectures per week per module. Attendance at lectures or laboratory sessions on campus is required for some modules A short video demonstration of the learning experience available through Moodle can be found by clicking on this link.
8 Taught Modules (60 credits) - 1 Project (30 Credits)
The project module is undertaken by those students seeking the ME award
and is developed as part of the research skills modules taken in the
second semester. The potential projects are distributed in the latter
half of the first term and are finally assigned at the start of the
The project work takes place chiefly over the summer. Part-time students
use the summer periods over two years for this component of the program
There is some flexibility in choosing the makeup of the ME/PgDip programs and students should choose modules that best reflect their interest and future skills needs.
Modules available for the year 2012/2013
|EE608||Data Modelling & Analysis (Infometrics)|
|EE612||Advanced Control Theory|
|EE619||Knowledge Management & Intellectual Capital|
|EE620||Applied Computing for Engineers|
|EE681||Modern Power Systems (Grid Integration)|
|EE682||Renewable Energy Seminar Series|
|EE698||Project Year 1 (Part-Time)|
* Please note that the module list above is subject to change.
- At least 2:2 grade in an Honours Degree in Electronic Engineering, another engineering discipline, Physics, Applied Physics, or Computer Science.
- Applicant qualifications must also demonstrate satisfactory preparation for the programme.
- Other qualifications evaluated on an individual basis .
- Non EU applicants are accessed as above, qualifications will be checked for equivalency using the NARIC system.