Bachelor’s Degree – Electrical Engineering
Electrical Power Engineering; Electronics; Automation and Robotics
These Study Programs will include technical and scientific fields in electrical engineering and three cycles of academic studies. The first cycle will last for four years (240 ECTS).
The student who chooses the graduate thesis after passing all the courses provided by the curriculum for eight semesters gets a certificate of the completed study program with 240 ECTS credits, namely a graduate electrical engineer based on the selected elective courses on the selected module – 240 ECTS.
Electrical energy is a branch of electrical engineering concerned with the production, distribution, and management of electrical energy. This includes the generation of electricity from different sources, the transmission of electricity through the electricity grid, and the management of electricity in the electrical systems. A person who knows this field understands the processes of electricity generation, electricity networks, transformers, and other electrical components used in power engineering.
Electronics is a branch of electrical engineering concerned with the design, manufacture, and application of electronic devices. This includes various electronic components such as diodes, transistors, integrated circuits, and others, and the application of these components in various devices such as computers, mobile phones, televisions, audio devices, and others. A person who knows this field understands the functions and applications of various electronic components, as well as how to design and produce them.
Automation and robotics are areas that deal with process automation in industry and other areas. This includes the design and manufacture of automated systems and robots that perform different tasks instead of humans. A person with knowledge in this area understands the functions and application of sensors, actuators, and other components used in process automation, as well as how to design and program automated systems and robots.