Duration and mode of study
The course can be taken full or part-time. The full-time MSc lasts one year or part-time the course can be taken over a period of up to four years.
A first or good second class Honours degree in a relevant subject or a qualification recognised by the University as equivalent.
- Home/EU: £5,470
- International: £16,715
There is an additional fee if you choose to include an industry placement in your degree.
To provide the knowledge and skills required of a professional engineer to design advanced control systems for complex dynamical systems. The course includes advanced modules on dynamical systems and control theory and also covers the latest techniques for implementing these technologies on a range of high-performance applications.
Core modules are:
- Matlab and CAD
- Modelling and Classification of Data
- High-reliability Embedded Systems
- Robust Control
- Design of Discrete Systems
- Real-time Signal Processing
- Non-Linear Control
- Individual Project
Option Modules (one from the following):
- Dynamics of Mechanical Systems
- Advanced Engineering Dynamics
- Industry placement
You may, if you wish, choose to study for an MSc in Advanced Control and Dynamics with Industry, which includes the opportunity to apply for a range of industry placements arranged by the Department. Your placement, of between three and nine months, will be undertaken after the taught part of the course, allowing you to acquire industrial experience and develop an appreciation of how the new skills you have acquired relate to problems in industry.
Teaching and Assessment Methods
Modules are taught using lectures and seminar sessions and are supported by a range of structured practical and laboratory work. Performance in modules is assessed by means of open and closed examination papers and a range of continuously assessed work. All MSc students are required to produce a dissertation which includes the results obtained in the individual project module.
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Last updated May 10, 2016