Bachelor of Engineering with Honours in Electrical and Electronic Engineering
The course is designed to prepare students for their future careers, by providing them with the initial educational requirements of a professional engineer, together with a suitable range of transferable and management skills appropriate to the discipline. This will enable graduates to operate effectively in their initial professional role and provide a strong basis for future career development.
The first year comprises the Year 1 English for Academic Purposes (EAP) programme, which is designed to give students the necessary skills in all four language areas (reading, writing, listening and speaking). Students will practise these skills by expressing your ideas in spoken or written form, taking part in academic discussions, taking effective lecture notes and giving oral presentations.
In the second year, students will be introduced to the core modules in areas of electrical and electronic engineering, including Circuit Principles, Digital System Design, Electronic Engineering Materials and Energy Transport and Conversion.
In the third year at SBC, modules for this programme include Linear Electronics, Digital and Embedded Systems, Applied instrumentation, Electrical Engineering Practice, Electric Machines, and Control System Design and Analysis.
In the fourth year at SBC, students will be required to complete modules including Industrial Automation, Project Management, Process Control, Power Electronics and Embedded Systems.
- TOEFL iBT
- A-Level: CDD (Maths required for engineering programmes);
- IB: 24 points.
English Language Requirements:
- IELTS – 5.5;
- TOEFL iBT – 46;
- PTE Academic – 42;
- IESOL – B2 Communicator (above 25);
- SBC Entrance Test – Pass.
As well as the obvious manufacturing roles, Electronics and Control Engineers are employed to support sales and marketing, as well as reaching positions of technical, managerial and commercial leadership. Positions in both small and large companies require both a good technical understanding and strong interpersonal skills. Industrial Electronics and Control Engineering is widely recognised by employers as a degree meeting these requirements. This also enables graduates to be employed by consultancies, government bodies and public utilities.