/Electrical Automotive Engineering MSc
Provided by: Coventry University
Course Area: West Midlands
Course Code: EECT007
Course Type: Masters (taught)
Start date: 14/09/2020
Who is this course for
This course aims to educate graduates, typically from a mechanical/automotive engineering background, in the modern area of electrical automotive engineering and provides a valuable qualification for this growing and expanding market.
Graduates in electrical and electronic engineering, computer hardware and software engineering and other related technical subjects such as mathematics or physics would also have the required background to study this course and re-focus their know-how in automotive technology.
What will I learn
The MSc Electrical Automotive Engineering seeks to provide a post-graduate education covering the main theoretical and practical aspects of the field. The overall aim of the MSc Electrical Automotive Engineering is to provide:
- Deep and comprehensive understanding of the current electric/hybrid electric vehicles technology, concepts and challenges;
- Develop academic and practical skills in electric power related areas such as electrical machines and drives, power electronics and batteries covering all aspects of the vehicle’s power train.
- Develop a solid background on vehicle electronics, signal processing and communications needs and challenges.
This course aims to educate graduates from a mechanical/automotive background in the modern area of electrical automotive engineering and provide a valuable qualification for this growing and expanding market. Moreover, graduates from Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Electronic Engineering and Computer and Hardware Engineering will have the opportunity to specialise and focus their know-how in the automotive technology.