Awarded ByInfrastructure University
Duration1 ½ – 2 years
About the course
Master in Electronics Engineering (Mixed-Mode) course provides the candidate with a good understanding of the techniques and issues in electronics engineering field. A combination of lectures, coursework and research enables the candidate to be exposed to advanced technical knowledge and skills in finding practical and scientific solution to meet the needs and changes of the current engineering problems. Electronics engineering is an exciting and constantly evolving career. Electronic engineers design, develop, test and evaluate, maintain, and improve all types of electronics. From manufacturing and industrial fields to research and product development firms, electronic engineers are responsible for the new products and improvements to existing products that help to change how society functions and completes everyday tasks, making things easier and more convenient at work and at home. To get started in the electronics engineering field, a minimum of an undergraduate degree is required. For most positions and to advance in the field, a postgraduate electronic engineering degree is a must, and there are helpful certifications and other CV-boosting designations and associations to obtain. Throughout the course, students are able to gain the knowledge and skills needed to effectively research and develop the electronic technologies and systems of industries from business to entertainment. Throughout each of the modules, students will learn the techniques and gain the knowledge needed to test designs, write specifications, discuss and create proposals, design systems and technology, plan projects, ensure safety, write technical reports, and continue education to stay up to date on new developments and research in the field.
- Develop student's ability to learn new discovery in electronics engineering as they developed.
- To provide students with knowledge of advance techniques, skills and issues in electronics engineering field.
- Experience of the industry standard tools used in electronics industry to make them attractive candidates for employers throughout the field.
Major Subjects (45 Credits)
Advanced Software Engineering
Advanced DSP Techniques
Microcontroller and Embedded System Design
Advance VLSI Design and Algorithm
Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition
Advance Analogue and Digital Electronics
Engineering Ethics and Infrastructure
Elective Subjects – Choose 1 (3 Credits)
Advance Semiconductor Materials and Physics
Advance Integrated Circuit Design
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