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Climate Science and Electronic Systems

 

Program Objectives

  1. Prepares you to develop, maintain and troubleshoot the hardware and, in some cases, the software that drives today's adavanced electronic systems.
  2. Acquired skills positions you at the forefront of technology with employment opportunities in existing and emerging sectors, such as Climate Science, Climate Modelling, Instrumentation and Signal Analysis.

Admission Requirements

In addition to fulfilling general requirements for admission into the Faculty of Science and Technology, applicants must have passes in CAPE Physics (Units I & II) OR GCE A-Level Physics OR PHYS0411, PHYS0412, PHYS0421, PHYS0422 OR CSEC Physics/GCE O-Level

Physics and CAPE Mathematics (Units I & II)/GCE A-Level Mathematics/MATH0100, MATH0110

(E = Examination, C = Coursework, and the numeral after E or C = Number of Credits)

YEAR 1  

Semester I

Credits

YEAR 1  

Semester II

Credits

ECSE1109 Programming for Engineers

E 3

 COMP 1161 Object-Oriented      Programming

E 3

MATH1141 Introduction to Linear Algebra and Geometry    

E 3

 ELET 1500* Electric Circuit Analysis 

E 3

MATH 1185 Mathematics for Scientists and Engineers

E 3

 ELET 1405 Practices in Basic Electronics

C 3

PHYS1411 Mechanics

E 3

PHYS1421 Electricity and Magnetism

E3

PHYS1412 Waves and Optics      E 3

PHYS1422 Modern Physics

E3

Total Credits

15

Total Credits

15

 

YEAR 2    

Semester I

Credits

YEAR 2   

Semester II

Credits

ELET2530 Digital Circuits

E3

ELET3460 Digital Signal Processing

E3

ELET2450 Embedded Systems

C3

ELET2410 Analysis and Design of Analog Circuits

E3

ELET2460 Signals and Systems

     E3         ELET2415 Practices in Basic Electronics II E 3

PHYS2671 Fluid Dynamics 

E3

PHYS2600 Fluid Dynamics and Environmental Physics Lab

E3

ELET2405 Practices in Electronics Designs I

E3

PHYS3661 Physics of the atmosphere and Climate

E3

Total Credits

15

Total Credits

15

 

 

 

 

YEAR 3    

Semester I

Credits

YEAR 3    Semester II

Credits

ELET3430 Instrumentation and Measurements

E3

COMP2170  Object Technology

E3

ELET3405 Practical Analysis of Advanced Electronic Circuits and Systems

E3

COMP3161 Database Management Systems

E3

PHYS2386 Electromagnetism and Optics

E3

ELET2480 Communication Systems

 C3

COMP2140 Software Engineering

E3

ELET3490 Electronics Research Project**

C3

PHYS2351 Quantum Mechanics and Nuclear Physics E3    

Total Credits

15

Total Credits

15

   3 Foundation Courses

9

                                                                                                     TOTAL PROGRAMME CREDITS

99

* Can be replaced by ECNG1000.

** ELET 3490 Electronics Research Project: Project must combine energy and electronics

It is strongly suggested that students registered for this degree take PHYS3400 Physics in Practice Internship during the summer of their second or final year.

 

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