(R2/523/6/0167) 06/26 (MQA/FA4864)
The four-year B.Eng. (Hons.) Electronics programme focuses on applying theory and technology to solve real-world engineering problems. In this programme, students start off with fundamental subjects such as circuit and signal analysis, computer programming, control theory, and microprocessors. These subjects form the bedrock for more advanced and specialised topics ranging from analogue electronics, physical electronics, and semiconductor devices to embedded systems and electromagnetic interference.
Engineering knowledge is further supplemented with professional development modules such as workplace communications, management, accounting and engineering ethics. The programme is also designed to provide students with opportunities to undergo practical training in the electronics industry and to obtain research experience through undergraduate research projects.