Glyndwr University Engineering
BEng (Hons) Electrical & Electronic Engineering
The continuing rapid expansion of technology calls for highly qualified and skilled electronic and electrical engineers. Studying electrical and electronic engineering will prepare you for a vast range of exciting careers, equipping you with technical engineering skills as well as technology, communication and design expertise.
On this practical, hands-on degree you’ll use our on-site advanced facilities to help prepare you for the demands of working in this industry.
Using our computer-aided design (CAD), electronics and engineering laboratories you’ll be trained industry-standard software packages to equip you with all technical skills you’ll need.
You will investigate the theory of electrical and electronic engineering and then put your learning into practice, developing skills in CAD, computer application, business management and project management.
You’ll discover specialist topics you will study include analogue and digital electronics, software design, digital signal processing, control engineering, microprocessors, radio systems and industrial control systems.
Year 1 (Level 4)
The level 4 modules are common to both the electrical and electronic programmes, these modules will lay the foundations for the rest of your degree programme and will equip you with the core theoretical and practical skills you will need to successfully complete the remaining years of study.
- Mechanical Science
- Electrical Science
- Laboratory Methods and Materials
- Engineering Mathematics
- Introduction to Engineering Design and Practice
- Analogue and Digital Electronics
Year 2 (Level 5)
In this year you will specialise in your chosen route. You will study a combination of core modules and either the electrical or electronic modules at level 5, depending on your chosen route of study.
- Business and Research Development
- Further Engineering Mathematics
- Instrumentation and Control Systems Engineering
- Embedded Systems Design
- RF and Microwave Engineering
- Signals and Systems Modelling and Simulation
- Applied Analogue and Digital Electronics
- Programmable Automation Controllers (PACs)
- Electrical Machines
- Electrical Power Engineering
Year 3 (Level 6)
The focus of your final year will be your supervised engineering project. This will give you the opportunity to showcase the engineering skills that you’ve developed in years 1 and 2. The rest of the level 6 credits for your final year will comprise of either electrical or electronic modules, depending on your chosen route of study.
- Electronics, Design, and Testing
- Inter-professional Studies in Engineering
- Individual Project (Honours)
- Individual Project (Ordinary)
- Industrial Placement
- Communications Engineering
- Signal Processing and Digital Control
- Power Electronics and Electric Drives
- Plant and Maintenance Systems Analysis