Signal Processing


Structure and Duration


All students need to complete 30 Academic Units (AUs) and achieve a CGPA of not less than 2.5 to graduate. Each course consists of 39 hours of lectures and is assigned 3 AUs. Classes for each course are held once a week for three hours and examinations are conducted during office hours at the end of each semester. There are 2 study options to complete the programme:

For students admitted to the programme from Academic Year 2013/2014 onwards:
Option 1
Coursework + Dissertation
​​Option 2
​​​8 courses + dissertation project
(30 AUs in total)
​​​10 courses
(30 AUs in total)
  • ​6 core courses (18 AUs)
  • ​6 core courses (18 AUs)​
  • 1 prescribed elective (3 AUs)​
  • 2 prescribed electives (6 AUs)​
  • ​1 general elective (3 AUs)
  • 2 general electives​ (6 AUs)
  • Dissertation (6 AUs)​
Full time students are strongly recommended to select Option 1. However, students are advised to approach the programme director if they wish to choose Option 2.
Note:  The programme structure will be subject to change without prior notice.