MASTER DEGREE PROGRAMME Cambridge Association of Entrepreneurship(UK)–[www.cae–org.co.uk] Accounting CoreCourses UOC Program Code1020 Entry Requirements: Recognizedthree or fouryear engineering degree at least equivalent to the first three years of a accredited engineering degree in either civil, electrical, environmental,mechanical or telecommunications engineering with minimum 64% average Program Duration:2 years
FacultyEngineering EntryJanuary, May and September Awarding Body: UK University Asian University Please contact IIBM for further details on firstname.lastname@example.org Civil Engineering Electrical Engineering Environmental engineering Mechanical Engineering Telecommunications This program comprises 16coursesincluding: 6 Disciplinary Courses 5 Advanced Disciplinary Courses 2 Engineering and Technical Management Courses 1 Advanced Course in Design Practice Civil Engineering The stream of Civil Engineering enables students to specialize, and gain depth of knowledge across a broad range of areas, including project management, transport engineering, geotechnical engineering, water resources and waste water treatment. Electrical Engineering The specialization in electrical engineering provides you with the opportunity to acquire comprehensive knowledge over a range of technology and design issues in electrical systems. Core courses provide a firm foundation in signal processing, system control, energy systems, microelectronics systems and photonics and other electrical systems. Environmental Engineering The stream of Environmental Engineering enables students to specialize, and gain depth of knowledge across a broad range of areas, including project management, transport engineering, geotechnical engineering, water resources, waste and waste water treatment. Master of Engineering Specializations
Mechanical Engineering Students ca specialize and gain depth of knowledge across a broad range o areas including mechanical design, mechanics, fluid dynamics, refrigeration and air conditioning, composite materials, solar thermal energy ad more Telecommunication The specialization in telecommunications focuses on recent and advanced aspects of telecommunications, raging from protocols used in networks such as the internet, the operation and control of such networks, the design and operation f switches and routers within such networks. Aspects of advanced wireless communications are also covered such as modulation techniques, coding techniques and information theory.