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Electrical/Electronic Engineering UoN BSc (Hons) (Top-up)

Engineering BC

Overview

Electrical/Electronic Engineering UoN BSc (Hons) (Top-up)(full-time)

The Electrical & Electronic Engineering Top-up builds on the students’ knowledge gained at HND level, applying principles of electronics to the design of Mechatronics control signal processing and Analogue and Digital communications. In addition, the students’ ability in industrial control is developed in a broad-ranging course on Mechatronics and the mathematical tools for solving a range of engineering problems is developed in Computer Simulation and Modelling.  The students’ knowledge is applied in a practical context to a Degree Project which lasts the autumn and spring terms.

To apply to this course visit the UCAS website here or call 0345 658 8990 for further information.

Available Courses
Bedford College
Starts: 21/09/2022
Type: HE
Day(s): Wednesday
Time(s): 8:30am - 8:00pm
Length: 1 year
Fees: £8,000.00
Apply online Fee notes: The fee indicated above is the fee for each year of the course.
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Course Information

Entry requirements

You must have a HND in either Electrical, Electronic or Mechanical Engineering.

Course content

The course can be taken Full-Time, over a single year (120 credits) or Part-Time, over two years (60 credits per year).

List of courses taken   (total 120 credits)

  • Electrical Degree Project                               (40 credits)
  • Mechatronics Design                                     (20 credits)
  • Digital Signal Processing                               (20 credits)
  • Computer Simulation and Modelling                 (20 credits)
  • Analogue and Digital Communication Systems  (20 credits)

The course provides an introduction to studying at degree-level at the University of Northampton, with options to continue on further engineering courses at the University.

Assessment methods

Assessment is by coursework, oral presentations, group work, practical reports, critical reviews and end of module exams.

Further study and career options

After this course you can enter a number of engineering sectors in the industry including roles within the manufacturing, pharmaceutical and automotive sectors as well as scientific writing and journalism as well as marketing and sales. Alternatively, you could choose to continue your study at the university towards a postgraduate degree leading to a Master’s level qualification or continue to study an area of specific interest and gain a PhD qualification.

Additional information

You will need to plan for studying the first semester at Bedford College, followed by the second semester at University of Northampton.

Funding Information

You could be eligible to take out a loan to cover the cost of your tuition fees. Click on the link below to find out more about the financial support available for our Higher Education courses.

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If you decide to pay for your course yourself, we also offer an affordable Direct Debit instalments option to help spread the cost of tuition fees (terms apply).

Additional Learning Support

If you have a specific learning difficulty or disability, are deaf or hearing impaired, our Additional Learning Support team are on hand to give you assistance whenever you need it.

Autism & Asperger’s Syndrome Support

We are committed to developing the provision for students on the autistic spectrum, including Asperger’s Syndrome.

Accessibility

We have access arrangements in place to help students with disabilities or any other particular needs. Call us on 01234 291000 or 01536 413123 for more information.

Additional formats

Course information sheets are also available in large print and audio formats. Call us on 01234 291000 or 01536 413123 to order your copy.