Electrical & Electronic Engineering (with foundation year)*
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in the Teaching Excellence Framework
UCAS code: H603
Year of entry: 2019
UCAS Tariff: 48
Duration: 4YRS (FT)
Institution code: G53
Why choose this course?
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.
From studying the foundation year learners will be able to develop with knowledge, understanding and skills of Engineering-based disciplines and their applications which help learners prepare for further years of study and success in engineering degree.
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 in 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.
You can also choose to study this course as a three-year programme (without a foundation year) BEng (Hons) Electrical and Electronic Engineering UCAS Code:H600
*Subject to validation As part of its continuous quality assurance and enhancement, the University has new and updated courses in development. The details of these courses are in the process of being finalised and are awaiting their turn in the approval cycle, known as the ‘validation’ process. As soon as the programmes are validated the details of the course will be confirmed. The majority of new courses that are still ‘subject to validation’ are approved by their validation process; however, this is not guaranteed and should the course not go ahead as planned, or be significantly amended, you will be informed by the university and assistance will be provided to those who have been offered a place to find a suitable alternative course either at Wrexham Glyndwr University or at another provider.