A degree in electrical and electronic engineering at Coventry University could provide you with the perfect start for a fascinating career in numerous sectors of science and engineering.
Electrical and electronic engineers design, develop and implement systems associated with generation, transmission and control of electrical energy. They are also hugely involved in the rapidly expanding world of electrical vehicle design and its associated systems.
Electrical and electronic engineers make enormous contributions in terms of technological innovation and the advancement in an extensive range of specialised fields; for example in research, where focus and skills-based requirements frequently dictate electrical/electronic expertise input; and in aerospace, where there are developments in electrically powered civil aircraft that could offer lower fuel costs and carbon emissions.
Similarly, civil engineering projects such as high speed train design and development processes are both heavily dependent on engineers with ‘electrical and electronic engineering’ skill sets.
This course incorporates strong academic content with a factual focus, taught with the aim of preparing you to take on the challenges present in many fields of engineering and science which require electrical and electronic engineering expertise.