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Department of Mechanical Engineering, Programme Catalogue 2015/16

TEXX-AFM01: MSc Mechatronics


Mode of attendance: Full-time

Year 1

Follow this link for further information on the NFAAR NFAAR-PGT assessment regulations::
  • This programme has the following designated alternative programmes (DAPs):
  • Assessment Regulations: Appendix 11 PDF format -requires Acrobat Reader to view
  • Programme progression requirement: not applicable
  • Taught credits: 60; Dissertation/Project credits: 30

Semester 1: Taught Units

Compulsory Units:
EE30041 Control engineering 6 Credits
EE40098 Computational intelligence 6 Credits
ME40331 Robotics engineering 6 Credits
ME50344 Engineering systems simulation 6 Credits
XX50214 Professional skills for engineering practice 6 Credits

Semester 2: Taught Units

Compulsory Units:
EE40198 Control of power systems 6 Credits
EE50071 Signals & information 6 Credits
ME50316 Project phase 1 6 Credits
ME50336 Engineering project management (MSc) 6 Credits
XX50180 Conceptual design group activity 6 Credits

Dissertation Period: Project/Dissertation Units

Compulsory Units:
ME50185 Dissertation 30 Credits

* Programmes and units may be changed at any time, in accordance with normal University procedures.
* This programme catalogue is applicable for all years of study for the 2015/16 academic year only. Students continuing their studies into 2016/17 and beyond should not assume that this programme, or its component units, will be delivered in future years in the format displayed here.
* NFAAR assessment regulations are subject to regular review and update. Links given here will provide access to the latest versions of NFAAR documentation. The regulations described in this documentation may not necessarily be those which applied in previous academic years. For detailed information on how the NFAAR was applied to this programme in previous academic years, please contact the relevant Director of Studies.
* Availability of units is subject to constraints such as staff availability, minimum and maximum group sizes, and timetabling factors as well as a student's ability to meet any pre-requisite rules.