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2 May International and European M.Eng. Introduction of 5th year technical options Master of Engineering for 2003 Introduction for students to the Master of Engineering Courses available from The Department of Electronics and Electrical Engineering, University of Glasgow. Prof. C. N. Ironside, May 2003 Master of Engineering courses -5 year courses with a 6 month industrial placement accredited by the IEE leading to Charter Engineer status

3 May Choices, choices, choices!

4 May M. Eng. (European) degrees Electronics and Electrical Engineering Microcomputer Systems Engineering Electrical Power Engineering Avionics Electronic and Software Engineering Electronic Engineering and Physics Electronics with Music

5 May M. Eng (International). degrees Electronics and Electrical Engineering Electronic and Software Engineering Microcomputer Systems Engineering Electrical Power Engineering

6 May M. Eng. degrees - distinguishing features M. Eng. (European) European Language Business/Management 6 months project in European company/organisation M. Eng. (International) Technical subjects Business/Management 6 months project at an approved location, anywhere in the world -English Language

7 May Final year B. Eng. (Hons) + 4 th year M. Eng. Acoustics and Audio Technology 4(20) Avionic Systems 4 (Aerospace Engineering)(20) Bioelectronics 4(20) Computer Architecture 4 (Computing Science)(10) Computer Architecture and Communications 4(20) Control EE4(20) Digital Communication 4(20) Electronic Circuit Design 4(20) Electric Drives and Power Electronics 4(20) Image and Data Processing 4(20) Information Retrieval 4 (Computing Science)(10) Microwave, Electronic and Opto-electronic Devices 4(20) Mathematics E4(20) Microwaves and Optical Transmission Systems 4(20) Neural Computing 4 (Computing Science)(10) Power Systems 4(20) VLSI Design 4(20)

8 May Final year B. Eng. (140 credits) Final Year Project(40) assessment by oral presentation, demonstration and written report. Technical courses totalling at least 80 credits selected from List 4E (80) Courses totalling at least 20 credits selected from List 1E(20) students are required to take 20 credits from List 1E in Year 4 even if course(s) from this list have been taken in earlier year(s)

9 May th year M. Eng (International) (130 credits) Technical courses totalling at least 80 credits selected from List 4E(80) 4 th year choices predetermine options open to you in 5 th year and New Entrepreneurship courses(40) Group Project 4(10)

10 May List 1E subjects Management etc. Courses Financial Management E1(20) Macroeconomics E1(10) Managerial and Organisational Context E1(10) Marketing E1(10) Microeconomics E1(10) Operations Management E1(10) Structure of Industry 1(10) Language Courses German for Engineers 1/1A(20) French Language 1/1A (Engineering)(20) Spanish Language 1A/1B (Engineering) (20) Italian Language 1A/1B (20) Other Non Engineering/Science Courses Exploring the Cosmos 1X(20) Exploring the Cosmos 1Y(20) Science Communication(10)

11 May th year M. Eng (International). Advanced Control Systems Engineering 5(20) Computer Architecture and Communications 5(20) Data Visualization and Multi-media Technology 5(20) Electronic and Opto-electronic Devices 5(20) Microwave and Opto-electronics Engineering 5(20) Reactive Software Systems EE5 (Computing Science)(20) Renewable Energy Systems and Power Electronics(20) Control 5(20) Signal Processing 5(20) VLSI Design 5 (20)

12 May th year M. Eng.(International) (140 credits) Industrial Project EE5 (July-Dec) (70) Technical courses totalling at least 60 credits selected from List 5E (60) and 10 credits selected from the following List 1E courses(10) Managerial and Organisational Context E1(10) Marketing E1(10) Microeconomics E1(10)

13 May th year M. Eng. (European) (130 credits) Curriculum for year 4 of the appropriate degree of B. Eng.(80) except: Final Year Project(40) and courses totalling at least 20 credits selected from List 1E, where required(20) are replaced by: Group Project (10) Language Course 4(20) New Entreprenuership courses(20)

14 May th year M. Eng. (European) (140 credits) Industrial Project (European) EE5 (July-Dec)(70) Industrial Management EE5(50) Marketing E1(10) Managerial and Organisational Context E1(10)

15 May M. Eng. placement opportunities Texas Florida Singapore California Europe Back of beyond Middle of nowhere

16 May MEng - What happens next The final exams -its important to do well! When the results are known Ill write to students who look like getting a 1st or 2:1 degree Please send an application by 5th September -application consists of CV and statement of why you want to do an MEng degree Interviews are in the week beginning 15th September We let you know at the start of term. Further information theres a web page:-


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