Units of Study Offerings
The current ELEC units are listed below.
Please click the Course & Unit of Study Portal (CUSP) Outline for a detailed description.
All EIE LMS UoS websites are accessible from the following URL or through MyUni for students.
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|Year 1 - CUSP Outline||Sem|
|ELEC1103 Fundamentals of Electrical and Electronic Engineering||1|
|ELEC1601 Foundations of Computer Systems||2|
|Year 2 - CUSP Outline||Sem|
|ELEC2004 Electrical Engineering Foundations||1|
|ELEC2103 Simulation and Numerical Solutions in Engineering||2|
|ELEC2104 Electronic Devices and Circuits||2|
|ELEC2302 Signals and Systems||2|
|ELEC2602/5722 Digital System Design||1|
|Year 3 - CUSP Outline||Sem|
|ELEC3104/5730 Engineering Electromagnetics||1|
|ELEC3203/5732 Electricity Networks||1|
|ELEC3204/5733 Power Electronics and Applications||1|
|ELEC3206/5734 Electrical Energy Conversion Systems||2|
|ELEC3305/5736 Digital Signal Processing||1|
|ELEC3404/5737 Electronic Circuit Design||1|
|ELEC3405/5738 Communications Electronics and Photonics||2|
|ELEC3506/5740 Data Communications and the Internet||2|
|ELEC3607/5741 Embedded Systems||1|
|ELEC3608 Computer Architecture||2|
|ELEC3609/5742 Internet Software Platforms||2|
|ELEC3610/5743 E-Business Analysis and Design||1|
|ELEC3702 Management for Engineers||2|
|ELEC3802 Fundamentals of Biomedical Engineering||1|
|ELEC3901 Electrical Exchange Unit 1A||1|
|ELEC3902 Electrical Exchange Unit 1B||1|
|ELEC3903 Electrical Exchange Unit 1C||1|
|ELEC3904 Electrical Exchange Unit 2A||2|
|ELEC3905 Electrical Exchange Unit 2B||2|
|ELEC3906 Electrical Exchange Unit 2C||2|
|Year 4 - CUSP Outline||Sem|
|ELEC4505/5744 Digital Communication Systems||1|
|ELEC4702 Practical Experience||1,2|
|ELEC4710 Engineering Project A||1,2|
|ELEC4711 Engineering Project B||1,2|
|ELEC4712 Honours Thesis A||1,2|
|ELEC4713 Honours Thesis B||1,2|
|ELEC4714 Major Industrial Project||1,2|
|Year 4 (level5) - CUSP Outline||Sem|
|ELEC5020 Capstone Project A||1,2|
|ELEC5021 Capstone Project B||1,2|
|ELEC5101 Antennas and Propagation||2|
|ELEC5203 Topics in Power Engineering||2|
|ELEC5204 Power Systems Analysis and Protection||1|
|ELEC5205 High Voltage Engineering||2|
|ELEC5206 Sustainable Energy Systems||2|
|ELEC5207 Advanced Power Conversion Technologies||2|
|ELEC5303 Computer Control System Design||1|
|ELEC5403 Radio Frequency Engineering||1|
|ELEC5507 Error Control Coding||1|
|ELEC5508 Wireless Engineering||2|
|ELEC5509 Mobile Networks||1|
|ELEC5510 Satellite Communications Systems||2|
|ELEC5511 Optical Communication Systems||1|
|ELEC5512 Optical Networks||2|
|ELEC5514 Network Embedded Systems||2|
|ELEC5614 Real Time Computing||1|
|ELEC5616 Computer and Network Security||1|
|ELEC5618 Software Quality Engineering||1|
|ELEC5619 Object Oriented Application Frameworks||2|
|ELEC5620 Model Based Software Engineering||2|
|ELEC5701 Technology Venture Creation||2|
|ELEC8905 Dissertation A||1,2|
|ELEC8906 Dissertation B||1,2|
Changes to Units of Study
A few changes have been made to units of study in 2008. The relationship to old units can be found here.
Major changes were made to units of study in 2005. Virtually all School of EIE units and many Science ones were affected. The relationship to pre 2005 units is maintained here for reference.
Disclaimer and Notes
The units of study described here are subject to alteration. The University reserves the right to discontinue or vary the arrangements for any unit of study, including staff allocations, at any time and without notice.
Every care has been taken to ensure that the information given is complete and accurate. Variations will be announced by the academic responsible for a particular unit of study or posted on the relevant noticeboards or on the Web. It is the responsibility of students, by attendance at lectures and frequent inspection of the noticeboards or web pages, to ensure that they have the latest information on any unit.
Warning: Not all units of study listed will run in any given year. Up to date information will be made available in these pages as it becomes available.
Students are advised not to purchase any textbooks before the start of the semester without first confirming with the School that the information is correct.