MSc in Embedded Systems

*Programme suspended and not open for admissions*

Degree of MSc (Embedded Systems) Introduction
The aim of the MSc in Embedded Systems is to develop a highly skilled pool of graduates for the fast evolving embedded systems industry. The core courses focus on essential skills for embedded systems design while the elective courses delve into advanced topics. Exposure to state of the art technology is given through seminars by experts from the industry. The programme combines relevant theory, state-of-the-art tools and methodologies used in industry and academia. The comprehensive project component provides adequate practical experience towards developing a market viable product.

How to Apply
The programme commences in August every year. The online application normally starts in January period.
For details on the admission exercise, please refer to the Graduate Admissions' page. All other forms of application will not be accepted.

Admission Requirements

Academic Year

1st Semester commences August

Curriculum Structure

Core Courses

ES6151 Embedded Systems Design
ES6152 Embedded Software Development
ES6153 Embedded Operating Systems
ES6154 Programmable System-on-Chip

Elective Courses

ES6105 Digital Signal Processing Systems
ES6125 Wireless Communications
ES6126 Algorithms to Architectures
CE7452 RTOS for Cyber-Physical Systems
ES7501 Electronic Design Automation
ES7502 Advanced Computing Models & Architectures

Up to two CoE General electives

Note: Not all courses listed in the curriculum will be offered in a semester. Courses offered are subject to availability of instructors and resources.


Project Dissertation

Independent Study

ES6129 Directed Reading

Timetable (Academic Year 2018 Semester 1, Starting August 2018)

Contact Information