In an electronics engineering degree, the students are made likely to develop an expert understanding of the circuits used in computers and other modern technologies. An electrical or electronics engineering degree can overlap with other streams of engineering in terms of knowledge and application.
Electrical or electronics engineering degree requires a basic understanding of how electrical devices work, and a strong interest in mathematics and science. Although technical knowledge is essential, students are also involved in designing and building a range of devices, often within teams.
We aim to give students grounding in the underlying principles of electronic and electrical engineering, before allowing specialization in an area of interest later on in the course. Students will also be involved in projects working within groups. We encourage a range of learning methods, including laboratory work, tutorials, lectures, project work, group work and individual research.