With a Masters
in Electrical and Electronics Engineering
at Boston University
you will have received a solid grounding in mathematics, physics and electrical engineering fundamentals. Further study will have allowed you the opportunity to choose from a large range of modules such as analogue electronics, power electronics, control and automation, computer hardware, electromagnetics, microprocessor applications, power systems, signal processing and telecommunications.
masters students: You will have chosen from a range of core and optional modules including Matlab and CAD, modelling and classification of data, robust control, electronically controlled motor drives, real-time signal processing and advanced computational methods in materials modelling and engineering design.