ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (Electrical Engineering; Electronics)
These study programs will cover the technical scientific field in electrical engineering the first cycle of academic studies and will last for four years (240 ECTS), the second cycle (master’s degree) will last one year (60 ECTS) and two years (120 ECTS) and the third cycle (doctoral studies) will last three years (180 ECTS).
A student who defends a thesis after passing all the exams provided by the curriculum for eight semesters, receives a certificate of completion of the academic program with 240 ECTS credits, and becomes a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering, based on selected elective courses in the selected module – 240 ECTS.
A student who defends a master’s thesis after passing all the exams provided by the curriculum for two semesters, receives a certificate of completion of the study program with 60 ECTS credits, and becomes a Master in Electrical Engineering – 60 ECTS.
A student who defends a doctoral dissertation after passing all the exams provided by the curriculum for six semesters, receives a certificate of completion of the study program with 180 ECTS credits, namely a Doctor of Philosophy in Electrical Engineering – 180 ECTS.
Upon a completion of academic studies in the study program Electrical Engineering, the student acquires general abilities and subject-specific abilities.
The study program Electrical Engineering aims to enable students to build, install, test, operate and design devices, subsystems and systems in the field of electrical engineering.
The strategic goals of the ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING School were mostly achieved by transforming the school into a school of electrical engineering of academic studies, i.e. by obtaining an accreditation and a license to work with the status of a University.
The University of Electrical Engineering of academic studies in its strategic goals will advocate:
- realization and improvement of accredited study programs;
- obtaining accreditation for specialist academic studies;
- staff strengthening of the University;
- raising one’s own youth staff;
- improving the teaching process through the procurement of modern equipment and learning;
- publishing textbooks and manuals in printed and electronic form;
- improving working conditions and protecting the health of employees and students;
- environmental protection, and safety at work;
- increasing the income of the University.
Basic studies are performed through frontal and group teaching. Most subjects apply a hybrid model of teaching methods “theory first” and “practice first”. Subjects that do not provide the practical part of the course offer students the development of written, oral, group and / or individual projects and case study analysis.