Since September 2020, SBC and USST offer students a fantastic and unique opportunity to earn both a British bachelor degree and a Chinese bachelor degree. If international students have a strong desire to learn Chinese, they can be dual enrolled. After four years of study at SBC, students can earn both a British bachelor degree certificate from Liverpool John Moores University and a Chinese bachelor degree certificate from the University of Shanghai for Science and Technology (USST)
This major cultivates advanced engineering talents with international knowledge structure and international communication ability, good humanities and scientific literacy, solid basic knowledge of natural science and information engineering, strong engineering practice and sustainable learning ability, and can engage in research and development, design, manufacturing, operation and management in the fields of electronics, information science, electronic engineering, computer technology, etc.
Engineering knowledge: have solid basic knowledge of mathematics, physics and computer technology, master professional knowledge in the field of information science, and be able to use the knowledge learned to solve complex problems related to information engineering.
Problem analysis: be able to use the basic knowledge and professional knowledge to identify and express the scientific problems and complex engineering practical problems in the field of information engineering, and use academic journals and network databases for literature review, comparison and analysis to obtain effective conclusions.
Design/development solutions: be able to design solutions for problems in the field of information engineering, design systems, units (components) or processes to meet specific needs, meet the relevant international and domestic development, design, management and quality standards of the information engineering industry, meet specific application requirements, and reflect the sense of innovation in the design process, considering the social, health and safety. Besides, there are also many factors, such as law, culture and environment.
Research: Based on scientific principles and using scientific methods to study the problems in the field of information engineering, including designing experiments, analysing data, and getting reasonable and effective conclusions through information synthesis.
Use modern tools: be able to select and use appropriate technologies, resources, modern engineering tools and information technology tools for the problems in the field of information engineering, including the prediction and Simulation of complex engineering problems, and be able to understand their limitations.
Engineering and society: be able to reasonably analyze the problems in the field of Information Engineering Based on the relevant background knowledge of information engineering, evaluate the impact of professional engineering practice and problem solutions on society, health, safety, law and culture, and understand the responsibilities.
Environment and sustainable development: be familiar with the guidelines, policies, laws and regulations of environmental protection and sustainable development, and understand and evaluate the impact of information engineering practice and problem solutions on environment and socially sustainable development.
Professional norms: have the quality of Humanities and Social Sciences and the sense of social responsibility, be familiar with the laws and regulations and code of conduct in the field of information engineering, and be able to abide by the code of professional ethics and fulfil the responsibilities in the practice of information engineering.
Individual and team: strong expression ability, interpersonal skills and the ability to play a role in the team, and be able to assume the role of the individual, team member and leader in the team under the multi-disciplinary background.
Communication: be able to effectively communicate with peers and the public in the field of information engineering, including writing reports and design manuscripts, making statements, clearly expressing or responding to instructions; have a strong national vision, and be able to communicate and exchange in the cross-cultural context.
Project management: have certain management knowledge, be able to make rational use of the management system, coordinate and organize tasks in a multi-disciplinary environment, reasonably allocate resources, and improve work quality and efficiency.
Lifelong learning: develop the habit of continuous exploration, self-renewal and application of learning, have the awareness of autonomous learning and lifelong learning, and can learn and adapt to development.
The First Year
Foundation Mathematics for Engineering and Technology 1
Foundation Physics - Mechanics, Materials and Waves
English Language Studies
Foundation Mathematics for Engineering and Technology 2
Foundation Physics - Particles, Fields and Electricity
Engineering and Technology Practice
Metalworking Practice B
P.E.1 and P.E.2
The Second Year
Electrical Circuit Principles
Engineering Mathematics 1a
Signals and Systems
Engineering Mathematics 1b
Microprocessors and Software
Digital and Analogue Electronics
Electrical Engineering Practice 1
P.E.3 and P.E.4
The Third Year
Digital Signal Processing
Engineering Mathematics 3
Engineering Mathematics 2
Digital and Embedded Systems
Control System Design and Analysis
Electrical Engineering Practice 2
The Final Year
Outstanding Talents (International) Leadership Training Program
Student's Physical Health Standard Testing
Power Electronics, Drives and Systems
Career Service&Development Centre(CSD) of SBC is committed to enhancing independent learning, career employability, social adaptability and cultural awareness by developing a systematic competency model within the global context, and ultimately facilitating career success for students and alumni. Thus far SBC has established long-term strategic partnerships with 200 leading employers and professional consultancy institutions, centring on a dynamic curriculum that will enable the development of graduate employability skills fostered through a range of work-related opportunities including student placements, student internships, student part-time and volunteer activities, company visits, a vocational instructors committee, corporate scholarships, small job fairs, mock interviews, and corporate social responsibility projects.
Business Programme (Business Management and Events Management) corporate partners include Louis Vuitton, H&M, ZARA, NIKE, HSBC, Standard Chartered Bank, KPMG, DTZ, Nürnberg Messe, Reed Exhibitions, Riviera Events, Saatchi & Saatchi, MSL China, MMI, Edelman, Touch Media, VNU Exhibitions and other leading companies.
Engineering Programme (Mechanical Engineering and Electrical and Electronic Engineering) corporate partners include Siemens, Ingersoll Rand, Philips, Continental Automotive System, LENZE, SKF, Machaire, Lectra, ICD Security Systems, IMI, EMERSON, Valeo, Bosch, Haworth Furniture, FESTO, Autoliv and other leading companies.
As a consequence of the distinctive nature of the programme, students will be enabled to apply their knowledge, deepen their workplace insights, make value judgments, communicate, and provide evidence of their achievements related to the development of employability skills.