Faculty of Engineering, Built Environment and Information Technology
Specific niche areas from electrical engineering are addressed within the context of a research project. The student should be able to demonstrate competence in designing and conducting investigations and experiments; to analyse the results; to select and use appropriate engineering tools and software; to interpret and derive information from the data; to draw conclusions based on evidence and to communicate the purpose, process and outcomes in a report.
1 tutorial per week, 2 lectures per week, 2 practicals per week
Language of tuition
Module is presented in English
Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering
Period of presentation
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