In the first semester, compulsory courses are offered, deepening the fundamentals of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology. In the second and third semesters, specialisation takes place. Optional modules have to be selected from the above-mentioned fields. The modules are taught as lectures and exercises.
In addition to theory, most optional courses include laboratories where practical skills are taught. Training is provided in well-equipped "LABs" of Mechatronics, Automation Systems, Electromagnetic Compatibility, Power Electronics, Image Processing, Information Technology and Clean Room Facilities.
The Master's thesis must be completed in the fourth semester.
40 credit points are allotted to compulsory modules, 50 credit points are allotted to optional compulsory modules and 30 credit points to the Master's thesis.
Forms of assessment
- Written and oral examinations
- Experimental work
- Research project
- Assignment and presentation
- Master's thesis with colloquium (30 credit points)
Graduates will gain expertise in Electrical and Information Engineering in order to solve scientific problems independently, based on scientifically-founded knowledge and methods. Occupational fields can be:
- Design engineer in electrical and electronic industry
- Scientist in research institutes
- Product management and sales