Note: No new enrolments will be accepted into this programme.
Undergraduate studies in Electronics may be undertaken as a BSc in Electronics, or as a minor in a range of BSc or BAppSc degrees.
The BSc in Electronics begins with a core of Physics, Mathematics, and Computer Science papers, followed by a specialist programme in modern Electronics. The BSc emphasizes the 'systems' approach to electronics, where the concern is processing information and the circuits used to achieve that. Lecture courses are integrated with problem solving practical workshops and tutorials. Separate laboratory papers are problem-based and develop student's practical and technical skills.
Structure of BSc in Electronics
|We strongly recommend taking 100- to 300-level papers in your first to third year, respectively. However, other timings are possible, with some programme options available to fit particular interests.|
|100 level||MATH 170
|COMP 150 or COMP 160
|200 level||ELEC 253
|300 level||ELEC 353
Recommended Undergraduate Programmes in Electronics
The BSc in Electronics provides a thorough introduction to modern electronics, and is a natural part of your degree programmes if you are furthering your interest in topics such as:
- Mechatronics and Robotics
- New Computer Architecutures
- FPGA and Programmable Logic
- Scientific Computing
- Open-source Hardware
- Modelling and Computation
- Machine Vision and Image Processing