MSc Smart Systems and Technology

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  • Objectives
    Smart Technology specialists need to be able to work in a broad range of application domains, and at the same time cope with the narrow and extremely high-level demands associated with very complex projects. This programme will encourage you to recognise the tension between depth and breadth and develop skills to handle different situations. You will face the challenge of applying skills gained in a specific application domain and specialising in a narrow area in considerable depth. The programme aims to provide you with a fully flexible learning experience, as you choose your own course content from a rich set of electronics and communications subject areas.
  • Entry requirements
    This programme has been designed for students that wish to pursue a research career or have relevant experience and would like to take up a large project in the Smart Systems and Technology subject area. This programme will be suitable for graduates who wish to follow an academic research path, possibly leading to a PhD, or who would like to move into a career in industrial research or project management.
  • Academic title
    MSc Smart Systems and Technology
  • Course description
    The research programme comprises of three taught units
    and an extended (120 credit) project. The extended
    project offers the opportunity to explore a specific
    chosen area of Smart Technology in greater depth,
    engaging in critical evaluation of the state-of-the-art
    and empirical or theoretical research to an extent that
    is not possible within the timescales of a traditional
    60 credit project. The programme offers the opportunity
    to prepare for roles in research and development, or for
    further academic research programmes, and develops a
    range of intellectual and transferable skills in
    addition to specific subject expertise.

    The programme emphasis is on the ability to use design
    abstractions, and apply them with rigour to deliver
    smart technology solutions.  Drawing on research and
    recent advances in smart systems you will gain critical
    awareness of current problems in the area.  This will
    help you to develop systematic, original and creative
    intellectual skills in problem solution. You will also
    learn to plan and manage research projects to create and
    interpret electronic and communications knowledge and to
    report it to professional standards.

    Programme Content

    Taught Units/Modules

    The figures in brackets relate to the number of

    -Research Methods (20)
    -Smart Systems & Technology (20)
    -Mobile Application Development (20)
    -Extended project (120)

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