MSc Engineering (Electronics) (Near STEM)
About the course
The near STEM route is for admission of Mathematics, Physics, Astrophysics or other relevant first degree candidates and whose programme would have made extensive use of Applied Mathematics to design and explain engineering and/or scientific concepts. After accreditation of prior experiential learning (APEL) at Level 5, you will spend three semesters studying towards a General Engineering Transition Masters with the opportunity to specialise in the above options at Level 6 and/or 7.
Why choose this course?
- This course will introduce you to recent advances in today’s electronics and embedded systems and develops students strong design skills for the seamless integration of software and hardware subsystems through the adoption of software-hardware co-design methodologies.
- You will gain experience of designing electronics and embedded systems for sustainable and smart applications, using DSP/FPGA/ASIC technology.
- The School has over 25 years' experience of teaching electronic engineering and has established an excellent international reputation in this field.
- We offer extensive lab facilities for engineering students, including the latest software packages.
What will I study?
Our enthusiastic staff are always looking for new ways to enhance your learning experience and over recent years, we have won national awards for our innovative teaching ideas. In addition, our staff are active in research and useful elements of it are reflected on the learning experience.
The School of Engineering and Computer Science has a reputation for innovation in teaching and learning, where nearly all MSc modules are delivered through a combination of traditional face-to-face teaching and backup tutorial's using the University's StudyNet web based facility. StudyNet allows students to access electronic teaching and learning resources, and conduct electronic discussions with staff and other students.
A heavy emphasis is placed on theory and practice, and the School has a policy of using industrial standard software wherever possible.
MSc General Engineering Transition Masters course will equip students with in-depth knowledge and skills of a broad range of General Electronics Engineering. Graduates may therefore expect employment across a very wide range of engineering companies and institutions.
Careers may be sought in a variety of areas including acoustics, defence, nanotechnology, radio and satellite communication and robotics. Industry sectors that recruit this type of qualification include the automotive electronics sector, defence, hardware design and consulting.