International Innovation (Engineering)
This programme encompasses selected modules in electronic engineering and/or mechanical engineering. It builds on the current use of electronic and embedded software in industry, and the systems and devices we use on a daily basis. The course will give students specialist skills in engineering and a solid foundation of knowledge, skills and expertise in the areas of technology, design and management, as they become part of a group of like-minded, multidisciplinary students, entrepreneurs and businesses. Alternative pathways of computer science, design, entrepreneurship, environmental science and telecommunications are also available.
An upper 2nd Class Honours degree, or its equivalent in a related technological subject, depending on the exact modules to be taken. For electronic modules, a degree in electronic and electrical engineering would be required. Work experience preferred, not essential. Where English is not the native language/language of instruction: IELTS: 7.00 (with a minimum of 6.00 in each component) or equivalent TOEFL.
Core modules: system design and modelling; intelligent systems control; linking group project. Specialist modules in electronic engineering including: smart systems; advanced embedded systems; electrical power systems and modelling. Specialist modules in mechanical engineering including: mechanics and actuators; advanced CAD/AM; renewable energy. Optional modules: corporate entrepreneurship; design driven innovation; Chinese language and culture (or equivalent for Chinese speakers.
Assessment is via a combination of coursework and/or examination, project work and dissertation.
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