This conversion masters programme builds on the strengths of the Queen Mary University School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science. These strengths include world'leading research in: networks, antenna design and electromagnetics, computer vision and computer theory. The conversion course is aimed at graduates from mathematics, science and other non'engineering backgrounds, who would like to pursue a career in electronic and electrical engineering. This conversion masters programme features a common first semester of: analogue electronics, digital systems design (incorporating an on'line pre'sessional module in digital circuit design), control systems, embedded systems (incorporating C programming). In the second semester the electronic engineering stream features choices from: advanced control systems, critical systems, integrated circuit design, real'time DSP, while the electrical engineering stream features choices from: bioelectricity, microwave and millimeterwave communication systems, power electronics, and electrical power engineering. Both streams have a Project / industrial project during the 3rd (summer) semester.
Please note this programme has a pre'requisite module which must be completed before you can start the programme. The pre'requisite module is ECS791P Digital Electronics.
Please refer to our website for modules related to this programme
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- This is a conversion programme for students who are not coming from an Electronic and Electrical Engineering background.
- You should possess a good honours degree (Minimum of an upper 2nd honours degree) in maths, physics, biology, chemistry or computer science, but not Electronic and Electrical Engineering, or a degree with less than 50 per cent of the modules in Electronic and Electrical Engineering subjects.
- For international students we require English language qualifications IELTS 6.5 or TOEFL 92 (internet based).