MScEE - Master's Degree Course in Electronics Engineering - 
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Master's Degree Course in Electronics Engineering with three course profiles:

  • Microsystems Engineering
  • Measurement & Instrumentation
  • Communication Systems Engineering

Structure of the course:

  • first semester 20 hours/Week 30 credits
  • second semester 20 hours/week 30 credits
  • thesis semester 30 credits

Hours/week represent contact hours in classes, seminars or laboratories.

1 contact hour equals 45 minutes.

Credits indicate student work load according to ECTS standards.

The course comprises three categories of modules, i.e.

- engineering core modules: compulsory modules, specific for each course profile;

- economics and language modules: these are relevant for all three profiles;

- engineering required optional modules: these are combined to define the individual course profiles.

In general, the modules comprise lectures with integrated exercises in small groups, seminars, laboratory work and projects/case studies. Assessments are usually at the end of each semester.

For the two taught semesters the workload of 60 credits is distributed as follows:

Engineering modules 48 credits
Non-technical modules (economics and/or language) 12 credits

Structure of the two taught semesters see: semester structure
Details of the modules, see: module handbook

Modules are selected within the limits listed above and they must be completed successfully to obtain the indicated credits.

The modules are subject to availability, development in engineering disciplines and changes in the educational concept.