This programme enables graduate engineers to develop the advanced knowledge of control systems simulation and modelling. The programme incorporates a range of specialist areas including image processing and mathematical modelling, suitable for a wide range of industrial applications. At the end of your studies you will be able to plan and implement a major engineering project, and will have experience of developing and adapting a range of computer-based control techniques.
Graduates of this programme have successfully moved to careers in systems engineering, or higher study in the UK, Europe and the USA. However a number have also embarked on careers in business, management and finance.
Home/EU Fees Full time fee: £6,120 ; International Fees Full time fee: £10,620
The programme will be delivered across two semesters of 15 weeks duration for the taught modules of the full-time mode of study, with the project dissertation being completed during the following semester A or B or the Summer Vacation. The part-time provision will span two academic years for the taught modules and followed by the project dissertation. UK students opting for the part-time mode of study can accumulate credits over a longer period of time and can obtain the MSc award in no more than six years.
Minimum 2.2 degree (or equivalent) in electrical, electronic or mechanical engineering, computer science, mathematics or physics. Applicants without this qualification will be assessed on an individual basis in light of their professional and academic experience
No work experience is required.
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