This course is aimed at those who are looking to pursue a career in the area of electronics and embedded systems. It focuses on the emerging technologies used in the electronics sector, and well as providing an insight into the latest sensor and Internet of Things (IoT) hardware that is increasingly being used within automation.
🔌To develop a sound understanding of electronic systems and their applications
🔌To develop a critical understanding of the role that electronic sensors play within the industrial automation and embedded systems community
🔌To develop the knowledge, skills and abilities to specify, build, test and deploy electronic systems to a range of use cases
🔌QAP0226- To develop the professional behaviours expected of those who work within the electronics industry, including relevant health and safety requirements.
Our teaching is centred upon you, aiming to build your confidence by providing timely and informative feedback under the guidance of their teacher. The approach to teaching and learning begins with student centred methods and progresses towards independent learning.
During their undergraduate project unit, students should be able to demonstrate various indepth skills including project management and the production of an artefact. Project supervision involves regular tutorial meetings between groups/individuals and their staff supervisor. The project is a required part of the degree that guarantees the Honours element, and is seen both in the University and outside as an indication of the overall abilities and performance of the student. The assessments are designed to assist students in meeting the required learning outcomes and their own learning needs in relation to each unit.
The assessments provide you with opportunities to diagnose your skills, abilities, academic/occupational background and to give you an early indication of what specific learning practices may help you improve in specific areas of study, starting from student induction period in conjunction with and throughout the entire in-course period of study. There will be frequent opportunities to get feedback both from tutors, peers and via self-assessment, and some assessments will allow for draft submissions to be considered by a tutor or peers to identify aspects in need of development prior to final hand-in.
The assessments are to be inclusive such that a variety of methods will be used in assessing students to ensure that no particular group of students are advantaged or disadvantaged. The methods include portfolios, laboratory practical work, group and individual production projects, individual and group written reports and formal written exams. QAP0226Mini-projects and case studies provide you with real-world problems. You are expected to find solutions to the problems following the process of analysis, technique evaluation, design and syntheses, and solution evaluation. These mini- projects and case studies are designed in both group work and individual work fashions to allow you to practice your communication skills and team working skills, and to develop the capability of working individually. They are also design in the way in which you need to connect together different elements taught within a unit and also across different units with helps from the course team who explain to you how individual units make-up of the course. Written exams focus on theoretical knowledge and the application of the knowledge to engineering problems.
Standard University of Bedfordshire entry requirements apply.
Course Fees must be paid in Myanmar Kyats equivalent.
Course Fees may subject to change without piror notice.