Electronic and Electrical Engineering, BEng
Our design-based degree teaches the essentials of electronic and electrical engineering, allowing you to engage with creativity and develop a range of practical and professional skills, which will create opportunities in a range of industries.
Electronic and electrical engineering is concerned with the broad application of electricity and electronics, ranging from small intelligent microprocessor based systems through to large scale power generators. Virtually every sector requires and uses electronic or electrical engineering and it is difficult to think of an application where it does not have influence.
You will benefit from our research informed teaching, which is a key strength of this program. You will join a thriving academic department that makes use of our expertise in microelectromechanical smart systems; novel electromagnetics; radio frequency engineering; and millimetre waves with THz signals. Through this program, you will be exposed to our work with organisations such as CERN and the European Space Agency.
The program begins with a broad based common first year. You will learn about subjects such as heat transfer and manufacturing, which form a key requirement of modern electronic systems. Our Electronic and Electrical Engineers work alongside other disciplines, reflecting very much how you would operate in industry, equipping you with interdisciplinary project, communication and professional skills to allow you to excel in your professional career.
Specialist modules in electronic and electrical engineering continue in the second year, where you will build your familiarity and practical experience in widely-used programming languages and software development environments, reinforcing your technical knowledge. This year, you will complete a small group project, where you will apply your specialist knowledge within an interdisciplinary team.
- A Level ABB
- Required Subjects A level Mathematics and a Physical Science, for example, Physics, Chemistry, Electronics, Computer Science, Design & Technology or Further Mathematics.
- GCSE Minimum of four GCSEs at grade B or 5 to include Mathematics at grade B or 6, and GCSE English Language at grade C or 4.
- IELTS 6.5 overall with at least 5.5 in each component.
- International Baccalaureate 32 points overall with 16 points from the best 3 Higher Level subjects including either:
- Mathematics HL grade 6 (either pathway) plus grade 6 in a HL Physical Science
- Mathematics HL grade 6 (either pathway) plus grade 6 in two SL Physical Sciences
- Mathematics SL grade 7 (Analysis and Approaches) plus HL grade 6 in a Physical Science
- Acceptable physical science subjects include Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science, and Design Technology
- BTEC (Pre-2016 specifications): Distinction, Distinction, Merit in an Engineering related subject to include Distinctions in Mathematics for Engineering Technicians and Further Mathematics for Engineering Technicians units.
- BTEC (2016 specifications): Distinction, Distinction, Merit in an Engineering related subject to include Distinctions in the following units – Unit 1 Engineering Principles, Unit 7 Calculus to Solve Engineering Problems. Unit 8 Further Engineering Mathematics is highly recommended.
We welcome applications from students with a range of alternative UK and international qualifications, including combinations of qualifications.
For more information about admission requirements, please visit the university website.
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- Design, Innovation and 3-D Thinking
- Electrical and Electronics Fundamentals
- Engineering Mathematics I
- Engineering Mathematics II
- Engineering Mathematics III
- Engineering Mathematics IV
- Fundamentals of Chemistry for Engineers
- Fundamentals of Digital Electronics
- Fundamentals of Electronic Instrumentation
- Heat Transfer
- Introduction to Engineering Thermodynamics
- Manufacturing Fundamentals
- Mechanics of Materials
- Process Engineering Fundamentals
- Programming Fundamentals
- Business Development Project
- Digital Electronics
- Electrical Circuits and Power Systems
- Electromagnetics & RF Engineering
- Engineering Analysis
- Engineering Projects
- Instrumentation and Control
- Power Engineering
- Analogue Electronics
- Digital Signal Processing
- Engineering Management
- Individual BEng Project
- Integrated Circuit Engineering
- Optoelectronics and wireless communications
- Power Electronics and Applications
- For UK students: £9,250 per year
- For International students: £24,070 per year
Because of the dynamic nature of electronic and electrical engineering, our graduates go on to excel in a wide range of professional roles in industries such as defence, power generation, oil and gas, telecoms, rail, and utilities. Alternatively, you may wish to undertake postgraduate level study at Lancaster and pursue a career in research or teaching.
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