Engineering

Housed in a brand new, award-winning building, we are a top 10 engineering department with 100% of our research impact being world-leading and internationally excellent (REF2014).

Electronic Engineering

Requires A Level Mathematics at grade B or higher.

Our Electronic and Electrical Engineering pathway will help you develop a sound foundation in all aspects of Electronic and Electrical Engineering that are crucial to the design and manufacture of future systems in the medical, environmental, energy, transport, communications and ICT markets. You will also have the opportunity to specialise in areas including wireless communications, silicon chip design, nanotechnology, green technologies and power generation.

Due to the complexity of this subject and the background knowledge it requires in later years, this pathway is double weighted. As such you can only take one other pathway with this option.

Year OneYear TwoYear Three
Electrical and Electronics Fundamentals Electrical Circuits and Power Systems Integrated Circuit Engineering
Fundamentals of Electronic Instrumentation Electromagnetics and RF Engineering Analogue Electronics
Computers and Control Digital Electronics Programmable Systems
Fundamentals of Digital Electronics   Optoelectronics and Wireless Communications
Energy Technology and Sustainability    
Process Engineering Fundamentals    
Introductory Engineering Mathematics    
Calculus    
Differential Equations    
Further Engineering Mathematics    

Mechanical Engineering

Requires A Level Mathematics at grade B or higher.

Mechanical Engineering is a field covering any industry that uses moving parts, from construction to transport; medicine to manufacturing; renewable energy to consumer technology. Our programme will give you the skills necessary for the subject, with an applied focus on mechanical system designs.

Due to the complexity of this subject and the background knowledge it requires in later years, this pathway is double weighted. As such you can only take one other pathway with this option.

Year OneYear TwoYear Three
Strength and Materials Mechanics and Vibrations Mechanics
The World of Manufacture Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics Design and Manufacturing
Transport Technology Materials and Design Engineering Materials
Energy, Technology and Sustainability   Machine Elements
Design, Innovation and 3D Thinking    
Introductory Engineering Mathematics    
Calculus    
Differential Equations    
Further Engineering Mathematics    
Computers and Control    
Process Engineering Fundamentals    

Compulsory modules are highlighted in grey.


The information contained on the website with respect to modules is correct at the time of publication, but changes may be necessary, for example as a result of student feedback, Professional Statutory and Regulatory Bodies' (PSRB) requirements, staff changes, and new research.