Old Aberdeen Campus
Electrical and Electronic Engineering provides core enabling technologies for the modern world. From power systems that harnesses the sun’s energy to power our sustainable cities and communication systems that allow high-speed information exchanges over inter-planetary distances to miniature robots that deliver medications to a targeted region of the human body and tweezers that manipulate individual atoms to create high-precision machines and components - are all results of phenomenal electrical and electronic engineering endeavours.
Year 1: Principles of Electronics; CAD and Communications in Engineering Practice; Fundamentals of Engineering Materials; Engineering Mathematics 1; Fundamental Engineering Mechanics; Electronics Design.
Year 2: Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics; Process Engineering; Engineering Mathematics 2; Design and Computing in Engineering Practice; Electrical and Mechanical Systems; Electronic Systems.
Year 3: Control Systems; Signals, Systems and Signal Processing; C/C++ Programming; Electrical Power Engineering; Digital Systems; Communications Engineering 1; Electrical and Electronics Engineering Design; Engineering Analysis and Methods 1A; Project and Safety Management.
Year 4: Sensing and Instrumentation; Electrical Machines and Drives; Computer and Software Engineering; Communications Engineering 2; Individual Project (MEng/BEng); Group Design Project (BEng).
Year 5: Robotics; Advanced Control Engineering; Optical Systems and Sensing; Renewable Energy Integration to Grid; Mathematical Optimisation; The Engineer in Society; MEng Group Design.
2024 entry requirements:
4 Highers at AABB (by end of S5) including Maths and Engineering Science or Physics plus National 5 English.