On this electrical and electronic engineering degree we will teach you how to produce practical and innovative solutions to a variety of engineering problems.
From day one you will be developing electronic circuits, from prototype design through to fully assembled PCBs (printed circuit boards). The final year project will give you the opportunity to consider an engineering problem in depth and apply your knowledge. This will give you valuable experience of applying both your technical and professional skills.
Practical laboratory sessions will help you put the taught theory into practice. You will have access to two large multipurpose electronics laboratories which provide specialist resources for electrical, electronics, communications and control and where you will be able to work with engineering specific software such as OrCAD, AutoCAD, Inventor, MATLAB and LABVIEW.