Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Awarded by De Montfort University, UK
Course Length 16 months to 24 months
Intakes February, June, September
Content 10 Modules
- Applied Electronics
- Embedded Systems and Drives
- Project Management
- Advanced Engineering Mathematics
- Control and Instrumentation Engineering
- Advanced Digital Design
- Power Electronics and Generation
- Electrical Transmission and Distribution
- Individual Project
What Do Electrical Engineers Do?
Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in Electrical and Electronic Engineering provides a general education in electronic and electrical engineering, with a bias towards the power industry. The course recognizes the fact that modern power networks make extensive use of electronic control systems, and that embedded generation with its reliance on microprocessor-controlled inverters at the lower end of the kVA range is forming an ever increasing part of the modern power network.
Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in Electronic and Electrical Engineering offered on campus at De Montfort University, Leicester, UK, is accredited by the Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET, UK).
Students enrolled in the programme at Auston Institute of Management Singapore are encouraged to enquire with their respective local accreditation bodies for the accreditation requirements and membership processes.