Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Electrical and Electronic Engineering

You will study the core modules listed below.

Academic English Skills aims to provide you with thorough training in the language and related academic skills which will enable you to best achieve your academic potential at University. These skills include the processes of academic writing, effective and extensive reading strategies, effective participation in seminars and delivery of presentations, and listening to and recording information effectively from lectures. You will also develop the accuracy and range of written and spoken language required to use language effectively and appropriately, with clarity and confidence in an academic context.
This module aims to equip you with the independent learning skills necessary to be effective as an engineering student. It includes a series of practical problem-solving tasks undertaken in an electronics laboratory and will focus on problem solving, performing experiments and documenting work through lab reports and presentations. The module will also develop skills in examination technique and independent research and report writing.
This course is an introduction to the process of design in an engineering context form brief to final, tested product.
This module aims to equip you with a theoretical understanding of the analysis and design of basic electronic circuits for engineering applications.
This module aims to equip you with knowledge concerning the following areas: electric and magnetic fields, electric and magnetic materials, electro-magnetic induction and its applications, 3-phase AC systems and an introduction to electric motors.
This module aims to equip you with mathematical knowledge and skills required to apply the rules of differential and integral calculus to one or more variables and to vector and complex numerical situations within engineering.
This module aims to equip you with mathematical knowledge and skills required to manipulate complex algebra, including matrices involving more than one variable in up to three dimensions in engineering applications.
This course is an introduction to programming in MATLAB and C.

Your degree at Sussex

This course can lead to the second year of an undergraduate degree listed below (subject to meeting the grades outlined). The degrees and grades listed are subject to change.

Degree Programmes Award English Grade Semester 1 Semester 2
Electrical and Electronic Engineering BEng (Hons) 60% (60% writing, 50% other skills) 40% 40%
Electrical and Electronic Engineering with an industrial placement year BEng (Hons) 60% (60% writing, 50% other skills) 40% 40%