The Programme focuses on four specializations of the Electrical Engineering discipline. The four specializations are:
- Communication Systems
- Power Systems
- Control Systems
- Computer Engineering
Each specialization requires a different set of mandatory and technical elective courses.
The language of instruction is English.
Key Learning Outcomes
- Apply appropriate mathematical, science and engineering methods and use computer software to solve engineering related to their specialization.
- Use state-of-the-art design automation software and hardware tools, as well as laboratory equipment to design, and evaluate electrical systems related to their specialization.
- Use of analytical methods and modelling techniques to evaluate electrical systems and components in terms of general quality attributes and possible trade-offs presented within the given problem.
- Apply knowledge and solve problems related to the forefront of knowledge in the field of their specialization and on the emerging technologies.
- Retrieve and analyse information from different sources, including information retrieval through databases and on-line computer searches.
- Demonstrate competency in oral and written communication skills, as well as in the use of relevant computing technologies and tools.
Occupational Profiles of the Graduates
The graduates of the Programme have the knowledge and skills required for the design, implementation, maintenance, and administration of electrical systems related to their specialization.
Communication Systems graduates can be employed in public or private sector at the internet and cellular communication providers, or communication infrastructure design and maintenance.
Power Systems graduates can seek employment in public or private sector industries related to electric power generation and distribution, companies activating in renewable energy systems, or as an electrical engineer in industrial facilities.
Control Systems graduates can be employed in industry as production chain engineers, or in the design and development of automated, remotely controlled systems, and their control panels.
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