School of Engineering and Informatics (for staff and students)

Modules - current academic year

TitleCodeTerms taught
FHEQ Level 3 (sub-degree)
Blended Physical Digital InteractionsH7115Autumn Semester
Creativity Foundation 1H7113Autumn Semester
Foundations of Visual CommunicationsH7114Autumn Semester
Mechanics & Properties of Matter LabH7117Autumn Semester
Applied TechnologyH7129Spring Semester
Creative Practice ProjectH7116Spring Semester
Electricity & Electronics LaboratoryH7118Spring Semester
FHEQ Level 4
Drawing for DesignH7112Autumn Semester
Electrical Circuits & DevicesH6098Autumn Semester
Engineering Maths 1AH1033Autumn Semester
Materials & Manufacturing ProcessesH7106Autumn Semester
Materials & ProcessesH7119Autumn Semester
Mathematics for Product DesignH1039Autumn Semester
Programming for EngineersH1038Autumn Semester
Visual CommunicationH6074Autumn Semester
Applied Technology for Product DesignH7125Spring Semester
Computer Aided VisualisationH1036Spring Semester
ElectromechanicsH6058Spring Semester
Electronic Devices & Circuit PrototypingH6099Spring Semester
Engineering Maths 1BH1034Spring Semester
Engineering MechanicsH1028Spring Semester
Engineering ThermodynamicsH3052Spring Semester
Experience PrototypingH7111Spring Semester
Global Design ChallengeH7103Spring Semester
Narrative of Design in Mod. CultureH1037Spring Semester
FHEQ Level 5
Design for ManufactureH7104Autumn Semester
Design Techniques in PracticeH7072Autumn Semester
Digital Systems & Microprocessor DesignH7068Autumn Semester
Electrical Machines & Power ElectronicsH7090Autumn Semester
Electronic Circuit & Systems DesignH7076Autumn Semester
Engineering Fluid MechanicsH1029Autumn Semester
Engineering Mathematics 2H1042Autumn Semester
Human Factors & Design for SocietyH7099Autumn Semester
Interaction Design 1H1030Autumn Semester
Mechanics of Mechanisms and RobotsH7120Autumn Semester
Principles and Applications of StrengthH7102Autumn Semester
Engineering & Design IPH7105Autumn & Spring Teaching
Analogue Communication and PropagationH6107Spring Semester
Computer Aided Design & ModellingH1035Spring Semester
Design for IndustryH7008Spring Semester
Embedded SystemsH7061Spring Semester
Industrial Automation MechatronicsH7121Spring Semester
Interaction Design 2H1031Spring Semester
Professional and Managerial SkillsH1041Spring Semester
Systems Analysis and ControlH6104Spring Semester
Thermal Power CyclesH3053Spring Semester
Toy & Game DesignH7066Spring Semester
FHEQ Level 6
Business and Project ManagementH7095Autumn Semester
Control EngineeringH6105Autumn Semester
Design in the Circular EconomyH7098Autumn Semester
Design PhilosophyH1044Autumn Semester
Dynamics of Machines & VehiclesH7092Autumn Semester
Electrical Power SystemsH6103Autumn Semester
Engine TechnologyH3051Autumn Semester
Fundamental Computational Fluid DynamicsH3054Autumn Semester
Design ProjectH6052Autumn & Spring Teaching
Individual ProjectH1043Autumn & Spring Teaching
Robotics Individual ProjectH7124Autumn & Spring Teaching
Computer NetworksH7127Spring Semester
Design of Mechanisms & MachinesH7110Spring Semester
Digital CommunicationsH6106Spring Semester
Digital Signal ProcessingH6100Spring Semester
Electrical Drive SystemsH6097Spring Semester
Heat TransferH3055Spring Semester
Programming in C++H7126Spring Semester
Radio to Optical Frequency EngineeringH6109Spring Semester
Sensor Systems & ApplicationsH8002Spring Semester
Smart Interactive SystemsH7128Spring Semester
Thinking Big: The 5 SensesH7108Spring Semester
Vehicle TechnologyH7109Spring Semester
FHEQ Level 7 (Masters)
Industrial Placement Year881H1Postgraduate Academic Year
Advanced Digital Signal Processing102H6Autumn Semester
Advanced Electronic Systems524H1Autumn Semester
Advanced Manufacturing Technologies520H3Autumn Semester
Advanced Thermofluids526H3Autumn Semester
Automotive Systems532H3Autumn Semester
Build Test Projects877H1Autumn Semester
Control Engineering871H1Autumn Semester
Cybernetics and Neural Networks100H6Autumn Semester
Gas Turbines and Turbocharging527H3Autumn Semester
Internet-of-Things883H1Autumn Semester
Layperson Perspective of the Course878H1Autumn Semester
Marketing Analysis and Financial Strateg863H1Autumn Semester
Mechanical Dynamics518H3Autumn Semester
Mechanics of Mechanisms & Robots870H1Autumn Semester
Mobile Communications826H1Autumn Semester
Programming for Engineers872H1Autumn Semester
Prototyping: Theory and Practice869H1Autumn Semester
Real Time Embedded Systems829H1Autumn Semester
Reawakening Mathematics879H1Autumn Semester
Testing & Modelling for Automotive Power531H3Autumn Semester
MEng Group Project860H1Autumn & Spring Teaching
Robotics Group Project882H1Autumn & Spring Teaching
MSc Individual Project864H1All Year Teaching
MSc Project (RAS)876H1All Year Teaching
Advanced EMS Control866H1Spring Semester
Advanced Turbomachinery528H3Spring Semester
Computational Fluid Dynamics501H3Spring Semester
Digital Signal Processing Laboratory868H1Spring Semester
Embedded Systems & Sensors873H1Spring Semester
Fibre Optic Communications831H1Spring Semester
Finite Element Analysis517H3Spring Semester
Heat Transfer Applications506H3Spring Semester
Image Processing521H3Spring Semester
Industrial Automation Mechatronics875H1Spring Semester
Reconfigurable System on Chip822H1Spring Semester
Robot Design & Implementation874H1Spring Semester
Satellite and Space Systems101H6Spring Semester
Strategic Management519H3Spring Semester
Topics in Wireless Communications884H1Spring Semester
Wearable Technologies867H1Spring Semester
Masters' Industrial Placement880H1Summer Teaching
MSc Engineering Project865H1Summer Teaching

Please note that the University will use all reasonable endeavours to deliver courses and modules in accordance with the descriptions set out here. However, the University keeps its courses and modules under review with the aim of enhancing quality. Some changes may therefore be made to the form or content of courses or modules shown as part of the normal process of curriculum management.

The University reserves the right to make changes to the contents or methods of delivery of, or to discontinue, merge or combine modules, if such action is reasonably considered necessary by the University. If there are not sufficient student numbers to make a module viable, the University reserves the right to cancel such a module. If the University withdraws or discontinues a module, it will use its reasonable endeavours to provide a suitable alternative module.

School of Engineering and Informatics (for staff and students)

School Office:
School of Engineering and Informatics, University of Sussex, Chichester 1 Room 002, Falmer, Brighton, BN1 9QJ
enquiries@enginf.sussex.ac.uk
T 01273 (67) 8195

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