Electrical and Electronic Engineering (BEng (Hons))

Sheffield Hallam University the United Kingdom

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BEng (Hons)

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About Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Sheffield Hallam University

This course is for those wanting a career at the highest level of engineering, in product development or senior management. You gain advanced engineering skills and an introduction to business and management. Electrical and electronic engineers explore some of the newest and emerging technologies, and how those technologies can be applied to benefit mankind. Advances in electrical and electronic engineering are transforming the way companies do business. We look for students who are motivated, inquisitive and want a challenge. You need to be interested in why and how things happen, and how things work. We help you develop problem solving skills to answer these questions. You study electrical and electronic engineering, including * system design and manufacture * programming * communications and information engineering * computer networks * instrumentation and control systems The course is designed to develop a professional approach to problem solving, while raising awareness of business systems, project management, and factors such as environmental considerations. We complement theory, simulation and case studies with practical laboratory project work, which increases your employability. The lab work builds your confidence in testing, design prototyping and investigative projects. You are also introduced to our research laboratories, creating practical solutions for new applications. Final year projects use theory and industry standard specialised hardware and software to find solutions to practical problems. Typical examples of projects include work on * nanotechnology for quantum dot applications * noxious gas sensor circuits * solar-powered water pump and filtration systems * wireless autonomous robotic platforms * control optimisation of pesticide removal plant Industry fully supports the course with * work placements * course planning * visits * real projects * case studies * guest lecturers. The optional placement year increases your career prospects and personal and professional development.

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