Electrical Power Engineering (MSc) - Newcastle - Tyne and Wear - Tyne and Wear - Northumbria University - I31624

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  • Entry requirements
    Standard Entry a good honours degree (2.2 or above) in a subject related to their proposed area of study ? a degree, or in some special cases an equivalent appropriate qualification, supported by relevant work-based learning Additional Notes Applicants should also have studied at undergraduate level in English, or have a qualification equivalent to IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL 550 (213 computer-based). Applicants will normally have an Engineering undergraduate background, or experience in this area.
  • Academic title
    Electrical Power Engineering (MSc)
  • Course description
    COURSE INFORMATION

    Why study Electrical Power Engineering?

    The programme is designed to allow students to update, extend and deepen their knowledge on a flexible programme to enhance their career opportunities in industry or to progress to undertake further research in emerging technologies in the Electrical Power field.

    The School of Computing, Engineering and Information Sciences (CEIS) at Northumbria University provides a range of courses and study opportunities at degree and postgraduate levels, to suit a wide range of entry achievement profiles and to meet the needs of industry and aspiring professionals. The strength of the School lies in its enthusiastic and dedicated staff who are valued for the quality of support provided to students, their research and enterprise involvement.

    The School is regularly visited by professional bodies in order to accredit the courses. The School is praised for its enthusiastic staff, modern laboratories and its good industrial links.

    MODULE INFORMATION
    Year 1 Modules

    EN0549 Photovoltaics - economics Policy & Environment (CORE, 10 Credits)

    EN0550 Photovoltaic System Technology (CORE, 20 Credits)

    EN0711 Wind Energy Conversion Systems (CORE, 20 Credits)

    EN0712 Modern Power Engineering (CORE, 20 Credits)

    EN0713 New and Renewable Technologies for Electricity Supply (CORE, 10 Credits)

    EN0718 Computer Aided Methods for Engineers (CORE, 20 Credits)

    IS0430 Research Methods (CORE, 10 Credits)

    IS0737 Project Management Studies (CORE, 10 Credits)
    Year 2 Modules

    EN0542 Project MSc E & T Part II (CORE, 60 Credits)

    COURSEWORK AND ASSESSMENT
    The assessment methods reflect the wide range of teaching and learning practices and diversity of subject matter and test the learning outcomes of each module in the most appropriate way. The students are expected to evaluate theoretical or practical frameworks for the analysis and critical evaluation of a variety of issues, informed by recent research. Where appropriate, they are also expected to propose new solutions to problems.

    CAREERS
    The programme will enhance students' knowledge and skills in current practices and new developments in electrical power engineering. This will give the graduate a better opportunity for a career in industry or provide a good background to undertake further research studies.

    APPLICATION DETAIL
    Applicants should complete a standard university application form available from the enquiries office listed on the right of this page.

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