Electronic Engineering with Project Management at University of Bedfordshire - UCAS

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Course summary

The course will provide you with academic and technical skills to analyse, synthesise, interpret and make sense of modern electronic systems. This course, for graduates with a background in electronics, was designed with industry experts and is ideal for those aiming to enter a range of specialist careers in digital electronics or communications. You will gain advanced theoretical and practical knowledge and skills in digital communications, signal processing, electronic circuits and microprocessors, as well as an understanding of engineering best practice and how to apply it in real-life scenarios. This course is ideal if you are looking to work within the areas relating to digital electronics or communications and will prepare you for a range of specialist career options. It will enable you to meet the demands of tomorrow’s engineering society, and Project management. This course provides an opportunity to study the subject of electronic engineering at an advanced level. It is designed to introduce you to the fundamental principles that underpin the subject (e.g. digital signal processing, digital communications, etc.) as well as providing an insight into the fast changing nature of the subject. During the course you will get to study topics with the area of embedded systems, wireless sensor networks, optical communications and other exciting emerging technologies within the field of electronics, and Project management. The course itself is designed for those who have a previous background in electronics (e.g. those who may have previously studied electrical engineering or computer science and electrical engineering). The course has been designed in conjunction with industry experts and will involve a variety of learning approaches including hands on laboratory sessions in which you will be able to work with, and even build your own electronic devices.

Professional bodies

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Entry requirements

Applicants should have a good undergraduate degree at Honours level, or equivalent and have evidence of having studied at least 2 of the following (or closely aligned topics): engineering mathematics, analogue and digital electronics, circuits design and analysis, signal processing, digital communications, control engineering during your undergraduate studies, or having evidence of equivalent experience.

Fees and funding

Tuition fees

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Additional fee information

For information on the 2023 fees please refer to our website, https://www.beds.ac.uk/howtoapply/money/fees/

Sponsorship information

For information on postgraduate funding, please visit: https://www.beds.ac.uk/howtoapply/postgraduatestudy/postgraduate-fees-and-funding

Electronic Engineering with Project Management at University of Bedfordshire - UCAS