The Electronic Engineering programme is based on studies in electronics, mathematics, and physics. There are papers in design and a major electronic engineering project in the fourth year. Extensive experience is attained in electronic laboratories. Economic and professional training elements are also included. New Zealand's electronics manufacturing industry is one of the fastest growing industries in the country, and New Zealand has a shortage of skilled people. Companies are targeting niche markets, such as telecommunications, and export their products all over the world. The largest number of exporters is in the industrial/commercial field, followed by healthcare, radiocommunications and agriculture.
Electronic Engineering is available as a specified programme for the BE(Hons).
To complete the specified programme in Electronic Engineering, students must follow the following programme.
Note: A major in Electronics is also available for the BSc and BSc(Tech).
| Year 1 | Year 2 | Year 3 | Year 4 |
Students must take the following papers and a further 15 points chosen from an elective first year Science paper (not COMP123, MATH165, MATH168 or PHYS100). BIOL101, CHEM101 or COMP104 are recommended.
|COMP103 - 13A (HAM), 13B (HAM), 13C (SEC), 13C (NET), 13C (HAM) & 13D (HAM) - Introduction to Computer Science 1|
|ENEL111 - 13A (HAM) - Introduction to Electronics|
|ENGG180 - 13A (HAM) - Foundations of Engineering|
|ENMP102 - 13B (HAM) - Introduction to Materials Science and Engineering|
|MATH101 - 13A (HAM), 13B (HAM), 13C (HAM) & 13D (HAM) - Introduction to Calculus|
|MATH102 - 13A (HAM), 13B (HAM), 13C (HAM) & 13D (HAM) - Introduction to Algebra|
|PHYS103 - 13B (SEC) & 13B (HAM) - Physics for Scientists and Engineers 1|
|COMP200 - 13A (HAM) - Computer Systems|
|ENEL205 - 13B (HAM) - Analog Electronics and Circuit Analysis|
|ENEL212 - 13A (HAM) - Electronics for Digital Systems|
|ENEL284 - 13B (HAM) - Electricity and Magnetism|
|ENEL285 - 13A (HAM) - Quantum and Solid State Physics|
|ENGG279 - 13B (HAM) - Preparation for the Professional Workplace|
|ENGG282 - 13B (HAM) - Engineering Design|
|ENGG283 - 13A (HAM) - Linear Algebra for Engineers|
|ENGG284 - 13B (HAM) - Differential Equations for Engineers|
|ENGG285 - 13A (HAM) - Multivariable Calculus for Engineers|
|ENGG287 - 13A (HAM) - Engineering Applications|
|ENGG371 - 13C (HAM) - Engineering Work Placement 1|
|ENMP215 - 13B (HAM) - Manufacturing Technology|
|ENEL312 - 13A (HAM) - Electromagnetic Waves|
|ENEL317 - 13B (HAM) - Microprocessor Applications and Control|
|ENEL321 - 13B (HAM) - Application Specific Integrated Circuits|
|ENEL324 - 13A (HAM) - Optoelectronics|
|ENEL382 - 13B (HAM) - High Speed Communications|
|ENGG372 - 13C (HAM) - Engineering Work Placement 2|
|ENGG379 - 13A (HAM) - Reflection on Professional Workplace Experience|
|ENMP282 - 13A (HAM) - Science and Engineering Management A|
|MATH257 - 13A (HAM) - Computational Mathematics|
Students take ENGG381, ENGG492, and 40 points chosen from the remaining papers listed below.
|ENEL301 - 13A (HAM), 13B (HAM), 13C (HAM) & 13Y (HAM) - Special Topics in Electronics|
|ENEL402 - Signal and Image Processing|
|ENEL417 - 13A (HAM) - Mechatronics|
|ENEL423 - 13B (HAM) - Electro-optical Instrumentation|
|ENEL485 - 13B (HAM) - Power Electronics|
|ENGG381 - 13A (HAM) - Engineering Statistics|
|ENGG401 - 13A (HAM) - System Control Theory|
Current information as of 22 May 2013 3:17pm