Summary: This degree embraces a broad spectrum of electrical and electronic engineering activities, ranging from data compression and digital communications to machine control and power systems. Course details: We provide you with a wide range of skills and enable you to gain employment in many industries, including traditional electrical, electronic or communications industries, and manufacturing or process industries.This broad base enables you to gain employment in a wide range of manufacturing sectors but is particularly useful for employment in traditional electrical, electronic or communications industries. The programme is built around a set of discipline-based threads. These threads include analogue and digital electronics (including microprocessors), control systems, communications systems, and electrical machines and power systems - which form the basis of a number of modules that run through all three years of the programme. Other modules, such as the mathematics, skills and project modules, support these threads and provide a more rounded (industrially relevant) educational experience. After the course: Electrical and electronic engineers find employment in a very wide range of industries, including energy, transport, manufacturing, electronics and communications. Starting salaries for graduate electrical/electronic engineers start at around £25,000, increasing to around £65,000 when a senior level is reached (prospects.ac.uk 2016).