Electronic & Electrical Engineering - BEng/BEng(Hons) - Part-time

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This broad course balances the study of Electronic and Electrical Engineering and focuses on the application of electrical and electronic engineering skills to real world engineering situations.

Similar to our BEng (Hons) Electrical Engineering course, this broad course balances the study of Electronic and Electrical Engineering. Gain valuable experience and prepare for a career in electronic and electrical engineering with this uniquely practical course. It focuses on the application of electrical and electronic engineering skills to real world engineering situations. You'll gain a broad understanding of mathematical and scientific concepts, further developed into an understanding of electr…

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This broad course balances the study of Electronic and Electrical Engineering and focuses on the application of electrical and electronic engineering skills to real world engineering situations.

Similar to our BEng (Hons) Electrical Engineering course, this broad course balances the study of Electronic and Electrical Engineering. Gain valuable experience and prepare for a career in electronic and electrical engineering with this uniquely practical course. It focuses on the application of electrical and electronic engineering skills to real world engineering situations. You'll gain a broad understanding of mathematical and scientific concepts, further developed into an understanding of electrical plant and power systems. You'll also get the opportunity to apply the theory you learn on the course to an industry based work placement. The degree course has an Incorporated Engineer accreditation from the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) and the Honours degree has a partial Chartered Engineer accreditation. This means that you will receive a widely regarded professional qualification as well as a degree. Because we know that many students prefer to keep their options open in their first years of study, we offer a programme of general engineering modules at the first level of your degree, before you begin to specialise. You'll develop the ability to analyse engineering systems, designs, processes and products, use computer aided engineering tools and design techniques, as well as how to apply management and business concepts. You'll also gain transferable skills required for industry such as report writing, designing and delivering presentations, undertaking research and team work skills. electronics engineer power engineer electrical engineer engineering analyst hardware development engineer. Professionally accredited by: View Full Screen

What's involved This part-time course is designed to provide you with an in-depth knowledge of industry and industrial practices through the use of up-to-date case studies. You'll study for up to six years, with attendance one day per week. Year 1 Foundation Mathematics, Engineering Laboratory. Engineering Principles (Electrical and Electronic) and Engineering Principles (Mechanical). Year 2 Computers in Engineering, Management for Engineers 1, Electrical Engineering and Option 1 Option 1: Any level 7 module from School of Engineering and the Built Environment modules or the University co-curricular module pool for which you have the appropriate prerequisite. Year 3 Control Measurement & Instrumentation, Electronic Devices & Circuits, Intermediate Mathematics and Option 2 Option 2:Any Level 7 or 8 module from School of Engineering and the Built Environment modules or the University co-curricular module pool for which you have the appropriate prerequisite. Year 4 Electrical Systems, Engineering Applications - Electrical & Electronic, Programmable Control Engineering, Management for Engineers 2 Year 5 Electronic Systems, Electrical Machines, Embedded Systems, Power Systems, Engineering Design(Honours) or Individual Project (Degree) Year 6 Electronic Drives, Engineering Electronics, Honours Project. For detailed information on individual modules, visit the Module Description page Professional accreditation Please ensure that if you are seeking a course which leads to accreditation with a professional body you have checked what the requirements are or have contacted us for specific advice. We cannot accept any responsibility if the course you select does not subsequently meet your requirements.

Requirements at a glance Entry to the course Typical year 1 SQA HigherBBBC A LevelCCC Irish Leaving CertificateB2, B2, B2, C1 Subjects requiredHigher Maths and additional technical/ science subject, preferably Physics. English (or other literate) at Standard Grade (2 or above), GCSE (B or above) or OL (grade A2 or above). Typical year 2 SQA Advanced Higher A LevelBBB HNCIn related subject with a ‘B’ pass in the Graded Unit plus a pass in Maths for Engineering 2 (or an equivalent Maths unit). Typical year 3 HNDIn related subject with ‘B’ passes in the Graded Units, plus a pass in Maths for Engineering 2 (or an equivalent Maths unit). Typical year 4 Irish Ordinary Degree50% or above at first sitting in all subjects in the final year. Typical Entry requirements indicate the minimum qualifications with which students are normally accepted. Competition for places varies from year-to-year and achievement of the typical entry requirements does not always guarantee a place. Other qualifications or experience may be considered including European and International qualifications.Fees Table Fees 2012/132013/14 Scottish/EU £305£305per 20 creditsRest of UK £1,085£1,105per 20 creditsOverseas £1,615£1,680per 20 credits Fees displayed are correct at the time of publication but the University Court reserves the right to make changes in fees at any time, and without notice, before or after the student's admission to the University. Tuition fees are reviewed annually and will rise each year during your programme of study, at least in line with inflation.

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