Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Foundation in Engineering course serves as a foundation studies in electrical and electronic principles and specialist training for those who wish to pursue a career in electronics at the technical or engineering assistant level. Technical or engineering assistants provide good understanding of technical skills in commercial and industrial organizations. The program also covers fundamental design of electrical and electronic circuits along with simulation, analysis and lab test, which may help students to carry out investigation of circuit behaviour and performance. Read More
Diploma in Electrical & Electronic Engineering equips students with a comprehensive coverage of electrical and electronics theory and practice. It is designed to give a broad understanding of the electronics industry whilst allowing student to develop his or her own specialist skills during the second year. Read More
BTEC Higher National Diploma in Electrical & Electronic Engineering course is designed for students who wish to develop a career at a senior technical or supervisory level, relating to the generation, distribution or utilisation of electrical energy.
It equips students with knowledge of electrical and electronic circuits, which can then be applied to analogue digital and power electronics and a range of heavy current applications such as electrical machine and distribution systems. Read More
The Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Electrical and Electronic Engineering programme is a non-professional 3 year engineering programme provides students with a sound and broad understanding in various areas of electrical and electronic engineering. It provides opportunities to students to gain an internationally recognised professional qualification to enter employment as an engineering graduate or a progression route to postgraduate qualification in related area.
In addition, the students will be exposed to a comprehensive related studies and engineering applications programmes which will prepare them for an active and useful role in the industry. Read More
Electronics is at the heart of most modern industries, activities and communications systems. Students that are awarded a BEng (Hons) degree will be able to work in a very wide variety of disciplines. These include areas such as radio and television, sound recording, the electricity supply and telephone systems. Many other industries rely on electronics, computing and IT such as banking and manufacturing companies producing a wide variety of products. Read More
The general aim of Master of Science in Computer Systems Engineering (Control Systems) programme is to enable engineers to develop specialist expertise in control systems simulation and modelling to meet the increasing demands of their profession. The programme intends to promote and engender a positive interest in current practice and through the dissertation an understanding of research methods. This is to encourage students to respond to changes and developments and allow them to contribute to future innovations. Read More
The general aim of Master of Science in Computer Systems Engineering (Integrated Systems) programme is to enable engineers to develop specialist expertise in the design and development of integrated and distributed systems by combining a number of smaller digital sub-systems into a larger and more powerful computer based system. The programme is designed to promote and engender a positive interest in current and future technologies and stimulate the development of a systems approach using software applications, artificial intelligence, computer communications and ASIC/ VLSI design methodologies. Read More
The general aim of the Master of Science in Computer Systems Engineering (Software Systems) programme is to enable engineers to develop specialist expertise in the design and development of high integrity software suitable for the specification of critical systems. This will involve a comprehensive understanding of formal model-based development methods and the application of mathematical reasoning to interrogate a formal specification. The design and development of large heterogeneous software systems will be explored which will involve reliability and performance features of concurrency and distributed systems, and the management of software development projects. Read More
The general aim of Master of Science in Mobile Communications programme is to provide the opportunity for graduate scientists/engineers and computer scientists to develop expertise to meet the increasing demands of the new technologies in mobile communications and networks. The programme intends to promote and engender a positive interest in current practice and through the dissertation an understanding of research methods. Read More