Systems and Control MScCoventry University
£ 6.930 - (8.166 €)
- Scarborough (Inghilterra)
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This Systems and Control MSc degree aims to develop a sound understanding and knowledge of systems and control, and offers a wide choice of modules to suit your individual needs. You will learn the combined skills in your chosen area including artificial intelligence for control, image and signal processing, data acquisition and embedded control.
The European Systems and Control course option, requires students to study for modules in a partner EU institution.WHY CHOOSE THIS COURSE?
Job satisfaction and remuneration prospects are excellent, with employer demand for those with a supply chain background outstripping the supply of suitably qualified applicants.
Enhance your qualifications and release your potential to improve yourself and move your organisation forward.
Classes are taught by academics with a long track record of working with industry and who bring in leading industry experts wherever that is possible.WHAT WILL I LEARN?
Topics: The course has the following six core taught modules:
- Masters project (Industry or Acedemic based);
- Maths and Computing for Control
- Linear Control Engineering
- Digital Computer Control Systems
- Artificial Intelligence for Control
- Control Systems Engineering Project
Option Topics: To complete the programme students should add a further 60 credits from below:
- Non-Linear Control engineering
- System Identification, Parameter Estimation and Filtering
- Self-Tuning and Adaptive Control
- Simulation of Systems
- Data Acquisition and Embedded Control
- Signal and Image Processing
- Single Independent Study
This course covers all the major aspects of control engineering, systems modelling and simulation, with modules ranging from classical control system design to optimal adaptive and intelligent control systems, including a wide range of optional modules. The course is flexible and allows students to bias their study programme to meet their individual needs."