Taught programme structure 2017

Shared Core (Compulsory) Units:

Unit CodeUnit NameCredits
EENGM8892 Enterprise 10
MATH34600 Information Theory 3 10
EENGM8890 Communications CDT Group Project 20
EENGM0012 Communications CDT Individual Research Project 60

Students taking the EE graduates pathway must also take the following Core Units: 

Unit CodeUnit NameCredits
EENGM0014 Mathematics for Signal Processing and Communications 20

Students taking the Mathematics graduates pathway must also take the following Core Units: 

Unit CodeUnit NameCredits
EENGM1400 Digital Filters and Spectral Analysis 10
EENGM2500 Mobile Communications 10
EENGM0007 Networking Protocol Principles 10

Students who are not taking the EE or Mathematics graduate pathway must also take the following Core Units:

Unit CodeUnit NameCredits
EENGM0014 Mathematics for Signal Processing and Communications 20
EENGM1400 Digital Filters and Spectral Analysis 10
EENGM2500 Mobile Communications 10
EENGM0007 Networking Protocol Principles 10

Option Units: 

Unit CodeUnitCredits
EENGM2500 Mobile Communications (M) * 10
EENGM1400 Digital Filters and Spectral Analysis (M) * 10
EENGM0007 Networking Protocol Principles * 10
EENGM0014 Mathematics for Signal Processing and Communications * 20
EENGM2010 Coding Theory (M) 10
EENGM6500 Radio Frequency Engineering 10
EENGM4100 Digital Signal Processing Systems 10
EENGM5010 Antennas & EMC 10
EENGM2510 Advanced Mobile Radio Techniques 10
EENGM4221 Broadband Wireless Communications 10
EENGM4211 Advanced Networks 10
EENGM1411 Speech and Audio Processing 10
EENGM1000 Optimum Signal Processing 10
EENGM4021 Image and Video Coding 10
EENGM0003 Optical Networks 10
EENGM0008 Data Center Networking 10
EENGM0009 Networked Systems and Applications 10
COMS21301 Human Computer Interaction ** 10
COMS30002 Cryptography A ** 10
EMAT31530 Introduction to Artificial Intelligence 20
EMATM1120

Uncertainty Modelling for Intelligent Systems

10
EMATM0008 Dynamics of Networks 10
MATHM6201 Complex Networks 4 20
MATH30015 Bayesian Modelling 20
MATH30016 Random Theory Matrix 10

 All units are subject to availability and timetabling constraints.

All units are 10 credits unless otherwise stated.

* These units are available as options only for those students not required to take them as mandatory units for their background specialism

** These units are not at level M. A maximum of 20 credit points of OPTIONS not at level M may be chosen.

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