University of Wales Trinity Saint David has opted into the TEF and received a Silver award.
The Electrical and Electronic Engineering programme will develop the fundamentals of electrical and electronic principles, microprocessors and mathematics. Modules cover electrical principles, , digital signal processing, power electronics and electronic system design. Additionally, the programme covers an introduction to computer programming, computer engineering and microprocessors.
Year 1 (Level 4) 6 modules totalling 120 credits:Computer Engineering and Microprocessors (20 credits) Computer Programming (20 credits) Electrical and Electronic Principles (20 credits) Instrumentation and Control (20 credits) Mathematics (20 credits) Study and Workshop Skills (20 credits) Year 2 (Level 5) 6 modules totalling 120 credits : Circuit Design and Analysis (30 credits) Digital Signal Processing and Communications (20 credits) Electrical Principles Theory (20 credits) Engineering Management (20 credits) Group Project (20 credits) Research and Development Methods (10 credits). Year 3 (Level 6) 5 modules totalling 120 credits : Major Project (40 credits) Electrical Machines (20 credits) PLCs and Control (20 credits) Power Electronics and Drives (20 credits) Electronic Systems Design (20 credits)
The School of Applied Computing aims to produce graduates that help shape the future of electrical and electronic engineering. The course content is contemporary and shaped for employability through close links with local and national employers. Students are assessed through a combination of laboratory based practicals, assignments, presentations, projects and examinations. Module assessment is often by assignment, or assignment and examination. The final mark for some modules may include one or more pieces of course work set and completed during the module. Project work is assessed by written report and presentation. Students are encouraged to use our links with Software Alliance Wales and Go Wales to work on commercial schemes for their Major Project module. Go Wales provides the opportunity of paid work placements with local businesses.
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Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
- Year 1
In choosing to study at university you are making a considerable investment in your future and it is a decision that we take seriously. We will make every effort to ensure that your experience as a student here will help you to develop your potential to the full. We will provide you with sound academic knowledge, but we also believe that the rich diversity of cultural and social experiences that you will have as a student here will help you develop a range of personal and professional qualities as we believe that these are both equally important considerations when choosing a university.
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Fees and funding
|Northern Ireland||£9000||Year 1|
|Channel Islands||£9000||Year 1|