Are student excited by high speed communications
networks and instant multimedia access to information
from around the world? Or by electronic systems
designed to give time critical responses to the
highest reliability? Do student want to work at the
leading edge of computing technology? Electronic
Systems Engineering is a challenging program developed
in close collaboration with industry, to provide
student with the skills required in electronics,
telecommunications, management and computing, and to
work at the top level of the systems design.
Program Outline This program helps student to develop
extensive professional knowledge and skill, and
understanding of electronic systems, economic
awareness and the engineering knowledge to the master
technological change. Built on a solid foundation in
electronic engineering, it encompasses additional
studies in project management and computing it then
extends student to higher level through specialist
telecommunications and computing courses.
A demanding program - but its graduates command
respect and rapidly progress senior posts in industry.
Subject Guide This program covers Concepts of
Electronics; Concepts of Electronic Engineering;
Computing; Communications and the Internet;
Mathematics; Business and Professional Studies;
Electronic System Design; Communication Systems;
Software Engineering; Principles of Systems
Engineering; Signals and Systems; Computing and
Control; Signal Processing ; Digital Transmission
Systems; and Digital Systems Architecture and Control
Career Prospects Well Known Companies around the world are keen to
employ the electrical systems engineering graduates.
The programs specialisms in telecommunications,
networks, computing and systems design make it
particularly attractive in these fields, which
continue to suffer a shortage of talented engineers.
And an emphasis in competitive team projects on the
course makes student a 'team player', a
characteristics much in demand in industry.