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This course is specially designed for students who wish to pursue advanced studies across the broad range of subjects relevant to electronic and electrical engineering. Its unique flexible structure allows students to select appropriate classes from the range of postgraduate courses taught within the Department to meet their own academic requirements and career interests. The MSc degree is an approved postgraduate programme of the Institution of Engineering & Technology (IET), designed to enable students to achieve Chartered Engineer status. SEMESTER 1 & 2 Technical classes in Semester 1 and 2 cover theoretical and practical aspects of the main disciplines. A Case Study Assignment in Semester 2 involves the completion of a technical project and introduces students to research andor experimental techniques. Classes may be chosen from an extensive list which includes: ? Advanced Power System Analysis & Design ? Communications Theory ? Computer Technology & Modern Programming Concepts ? Instrumentation & Condition Monitoring ? Multimedia Signal & Image Processing ? Adaptive Digital Signal Processing ? Control of Industrial Processes ? DSP Implementation ? Communications Networks ? Power Electronics and Control of Electrical Machines ? Fundamental Control Theory ? Regulation in Network Industries ? Computer Control System Methods ? Wind Power Technology ? Protection Systems ? Technology & Market Interaction. SEMESTER 3 (June-September) Only MSc students undertake a summer project and submit a dissertation. Work is carried out full-time under the supervision of a member of staff or, if the project is carried out in industry, under the joint supervision of an academic and an industrial supervisor. Scholarships A number of competitive scholarships are available to UK and International Students: Student Awards Agency for Scotland (SAAS) ? the course is supported by SAAS and tuition fee only scholarships may be available to UK and EU applicants. APPLY: http:www.strath.ac.ukeeecourseseeepg

This course is specially designed for students who wish to pursue advanced studies across the broad range of subjects relevant to electronic and electrical engineering. Its unique flexible structure allows students to select appropriate classes from the range of postgraduate courses taught within the Department to meet their own academic requirements and career interests. The MSc degree is an...

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