Advanced Control and Systems Engineering Modules

2020/21

Autumn semester

ACS6101: Foundations of Control Systems 30 credits
ACS6128: Optimisation and Signal Processing 15 credits
ACS6129: Modern Control and System Identification 15 credits

Spring semester

Core Modules
ACS6116: Advanced Control 15 credits
ACS6131: Industrial Automation 15 credits
ACS6200: Control Systems Project and Dissertation 60 credits
Optional Modules:
Either ACS6106: Cybersecurity for Control Systems or ACS61010 Optimal Control 15 credits
Either ACS6124: Multisensor and Decision Systems or ACS6402 Industrial training programme (ITP) in Advanced Manufacturing 15 credits
* students should be aware that option choices may be restricted by timetabling constraints and by the pre-requsities required by individual modules.

Advanced Control and Systems Engineering (with Industrial Management) Modules

2020/21

Autumn semester

ACS6101: Foundations of Control Systems 30 credits
ACS6128: Optimisation and Signal Processing 15 credits
MEC602: Strategic Management and Business Practices 15 credits

Spring semester

ACS61012: Machine Vision 15 credits
ACS6131: Industrial Automation 15 credits
ACS6402 Industrial training programme (ITP) in Advanced Manufacturing 15 credits
MEC442: Managing Innovation and Change in Engineering Contexts 15 credits
ACS6200: Control Systems Project and Dissertation 60 credits

Advanced Control and Systems Engineering (with Industry)

Students on this programme take modules are outlined above for the MSc in Advanced Control and Systems Engineering. More information about the structure of course, including information about the placement, is available here.