Combine fundamental knowledge and principles in electrical and electronic engineering with the ability to manage modern organisations.
Electrical and electronic engineering underpins generation, distribution and application of electrical energy. It is also crucial in the design and control of electrical and electronic devices and systems to power and automate modern living and to improve quality of life for individuals and communities.
You will have a wide range of options to specialise in various sub-areas of electrical and electronic engineering, including:
generation, distribution and conversion of electrical energy
analogue and digital electronics
power electronics and drives
communications and network engineering
computer engineering and embedded systems
audio signal processing
biomedical signal processing
sensors and measurement technologies
biomedical electronics and engineering
Contemporary managers are increasingly expected to exercise strong ethical judgement and to be dedicated to a process of continuous learning about their practice. They are also expected to work flexibly and effectively with those around them in a variety of organisational structures.
You’ll graduate ready to move into an engineering management role either relatively early in your career or after a period of experience as a professional engineer, rather than having to undertake further study to prepare for a management role.