At least a second-class UK Honours degree in engineering or science is usually required. EU/international equivalents or equivalent usually professional qualifications, or unclassified degrees in engineering or science with relevant professional experience are also accepted. Other equivalent qualifications will be considered on merit.
Months of entry
This course covers the key components needed to design and implement modern electronic systems; the use of modern embedded systems for single chip solutions and higher power electronics; and links to renewable energy systems, fuel cells and hybrid vehicles.
You will study the application of electronic systems and examine possible future uses. The course will improve your skills in the integration and control of electronic systems and link to image processing, the study of which is delivered by our world-leading imaging group. A project completes the MSc, allowing you to specialise in your chosen area of interest.
This course starts in September 2017 and January 2018. Please note that January starters will have a course duration of approximately 15 months.
- Embedded Systems and Systems on Chip
- MSc Engineering Project
- Computer Engineering and CPU Design
- Digital Signal Processing
- Sustainable Energy Systems
- Sensing and Imaging
- Industrial Communication Systems
- Smart Technologies for Power Management
- Advanced Control and Instrumentation
- Management Practice
- Manufacturing Systems Management
- Rail Infrastructure and Engineering Strategy
Optional units listed in the following curriculum structures are all approved for delivery, but may not all run/be available in any one academic session.
Assessment is through a combination of written reports, oral presentations, practical assignments and written examinations.
The broad field of skills in electronic engineering will allow graduates to embark on a career in electronics systems engineering, design and development in electronic engineering and electronic power engineering. Power electronics are at the heart of the global energy problem.
Employers in nuclear power, renewable energy and transport need electronic engineering graduates who can implement efficient electronic power conversion systems. Electronic engineering graduates are also sought after to work in companies where the latest FPGA technologies are used to further minimise electronic components.
Careers support is available from the moment you join us, throughout your time here, and for up to three years after the completion of your course. We have a range of services available through the School of Engineering and the University Careers Service including dedicated careers and employability advisors.
Information for international students
For more information to support your studies in the UK, including course details, how to apply, and living in the UK visit www.mmu.ac.uk/international
Fees and funding
Please check the latest Postgraduate prospectus for information on the tuition fees for each course. For further information on potential sources of funding for postgraduate students, visit http://www2.mmu.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/fees/
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Course Enquiries Team
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