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Electronic Engineering L3

Course Overview
Course type

Level 3 BTEC 90 Credit Diploma/Extended Diploma

Course length

90 Credit Diploma: one year Extended Diploma: two years

Required qualifications

Four or more GCSEs at grades A*-C, including Mathematics (grade 9-5). Students currently taking an intermediate vocational course will need a full Level 2 Extended Certificate with Merit/Merit in a related subject, a grade 5 in Mathematics and a grade C in one other subject.

This course will focus on developing knowledge in electrical and electronic applications, analysing problems, designing and implementing solutions. It also provides in-depth knowledge of microelectronics, analogue electronics, and digital electronic systems.


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  • Construction and the Built Environment
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The course will focus on:
  • technical communications
  • mathematics
  • electrical and electronic principles and projects
  • analogue and digital electronics
  • electronic measurement and testing
  • microelectronics
  • circuit design and manufacture
On the course you will:
  • develop your research skills
  • advance your technical knowledge
  • design and create your own electrical and electronic solutions
  • develop your mathematical skills
  • complete a project on a related topic of your choice

This course will focus on developing knowledge in electrical and electronic applications, analysing problems, designing and implementing solutions. It also provides in-depth knowledge of microelectronics, analogue electronics, and digital electronic systems.


More courses like this:

  • Construction and the Built Environment
  • Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering

Method of assessment

Assessment is through internally assessed assignments.

 

This course will focus on developing knowledge in electrical and electronic applications, analysing problems, designing and implementing solutions. It also provides in-depth knowledge of microelectronics, analogue electronics, and digital electronic systems.


More courses like this:

  • Construction and the Built Environment
  • Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering

What will I be able to progress to?

On completion of the course, you will be able to choose from a number of options, including going to university to study electrical or electronic engineering, communications engineering, computer systems engineering or business-related degrees. You could seek employment as a trainee engineer.

 

This course will focus on developing knowledge in electrical and electronic applications, analysing problems, designing and implementing solutions. It also provides in-depth knowledge of microelectronics, analogue electronics, and digital electronic systems.


More courses like this:

  • Construction and the Built Environment
  • Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering