Electronics has literally transformed the world in recent years; Electronic Engineers are developing smarter, faster devices and information processing systems of amazing complexity.
At Dundee staff have contributed much to the advancement of engineering on the international stage, with a strong electronics research presence in key technology fields such as renewable energy, biomedical engineering, nano-electronics and laser/wireless communications. Undergraduates have the chance to be involved in this research from their first year.
Why study Electronic and Electrical Engineering at Dundee?
At Dundee degrees emphasise real-life engineering practice and research methodology through extensive practical projects chosen to match your career objectives.
The emphasis is on electronic engineering, with electrical engineering options available if desired, the range of degrees offered cover virtually every aspect of electronic and electrical engineering that you will encounter in a professional career. Our flexible degree structure makes it possible for you to swap up to the end of Level 2 as new interests develop and it becomes clearer to you what sort of professional career you intend to follow.
The Honours degrees are accredited to BEng level by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) which means that the IET has checked and approved the standards of the teaching, the assessment, the laboratories and the staff. When you have graduated and commenced your career, an accredited Honours degree is the first requirement for gaining professional registration with the Engineering Council as a Chartered Engineer (CEng).
The ‘integrated Masters’ MEng programme takes one year longer than the BEng programme because it provides more experience of the world of industry relevant to future employment as a professional engineer.
SQA Higher AAAB
GCE A-Level ABB
ILC Higher AAAB
IB Diploma 32 points (including 6, 5, 5 at Higher Level)
Essential Subjects BEng: Mathematics and a Science or Engineering subject (at SQA Higher, GCE A-Level, ILC Higher or IB Higher Level)
MEng: Mathematics and Physics (at SQA Higher, GCE A-Level, ILC Higher or IB Higher Level)
Course link: Electronic and Electrical Engineering
MEng 5 Year Honours BEng 4 Year Honours BEng 3 Year without Honours MEng 4 Year Honours (Advanced Entry to Level 2) BEng 3 Year Honours (Advanced Entry to Level 2)