BSc Honours

A Level Electronics

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2 Year(s)

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What is it? The branch of physics and technology concerned with the design of circuits using microchips, programmable micro-controllers and other electronic components. A combination of theoretical study and practical design, circuit building and problem solving. The new 2017 specification updates the content to make it more relevant than ever. Why study this course at Blackpool Sixth? This is a great course to combine with physics, maths or computing. Many students go onto study electronic engineering. It is also a great preparation for technical apprenticeships. We are the only centre in the area to offer electronics as an A level. Specific course entry requirements: Grade 5 in GCSE Maths plus grades 6 and 5 from GCSE Combined Science (higher tier), or grade 6 in GCSE Physics. No prior electronics experience is required.

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