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Bachelor of Science in Electronics (through Pathway 1)
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Programme description

This programme provides comprehensive knowledge of a wide range of electronic principles, practical skills in electronics and the capacity to analyse and synthesize circuits and devices. Graduates can embark in a career as an electronic design engineer, analyst or consultant.


Programme requirements

Programme-specific entry requirement:

This programme admits students who are holders of a recognized Higher Diploma or Associateship in one of the following disciplines:

  • Communications Engineering
  • Computer Engineering
  • Computer and Information Engineering
  • Digital Electronics and Embedded System Design
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Electronic Engineering
  • Electronic and Communications Engineering
  • Electronic and Computer Engineering
  • Electronic and Information Engineering
  • Electronic Engineering with Business Management
  • Energy Management Services
  • Lifestyle Electronics
  • Marine Communication and Electronic Technology
  • Marine Electronics
  • Multimedia Web Development and Digital Entertainment
  • Radio and Electronic Technology
  • Telecommunications and Networking
  • Telecommunications Engineering

Students pursuing this programme must successfully complete 40 credits as follows:

(a) 20 credits from courses in (b) or (d) in BSCE, of which no more than 10 credits are from courses in (d).
(b) 20 credits from courses:
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Course title Credits Level
ELEC S323* Information Theory and Digital Communications 10 Higher
ELEC S334* Signal Processing and Multimedia Technology 10 Higher
ENGG S356* Engineering Small Worlds: Micro and Nano Technologies 10 Higher
MECH S395( Mechatronics 10 Higher
Notes: Courses marked with an asterisk (*) appear in several lists but can only be taken ONCE.

Choosing the first courses to get started

Students should consider initially registering for one or more of the following foundation level courses, which count towards qualification.

  • MATH S122 A Foundation Course in Applied Mathematics

  • IT S123 Introduction to Internet Services and Applications or MATH S121 A Foundation Course in Pure Mathematics

  • BUS B103 English and Communications for Business I


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For enquiries about the programmes, please contact:

Dr Angus Wong 王建陽博士
Tel: 2768 6824

Dr Steven Choy 蔡雙安博士
Tel: 2768 6857

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