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Centre of Arts, Humanities and Sciences, Electrical Engineering, BSc

Course status

HAC accredited, existing course in English language in 2011/2012

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Duration of the course

7 semesters (35 months)

Language requirements

Toefl paper 500; Toefl Computer 173; Toefl iBT 59, IELTS 5

The aim of the program is to provide a comprehensive education that prepares students for a successful engineering practice and advanced studies. Students learn about the basic physical laws governing our environment, materials science and technology at macro- micro- and nanometer scales, as well as mathematics and informatics. They acquire practical knowledge in computer engineering and electronic technology, microelectronics and energy systems, optical materials and automation. Apart from basic and applied knowledge, students will be trained in e-commerce, planning, solving and managing problems efficiently.

During the first year, the BSc program offers introductory and advanced courses of Mathematics, Physics, Informatics, Materials Science, Chemistry that provides a basis for the next step in Advanced Professional Module, where the accent is on the Electronics, Programming, Digital Techniques, Automation, Electricity and Magnetism, Measuring Technology and Energetics. Optional Professional Subjects are selected according to the two specializations (Infotechnology and Automation) which start in the last three semesters: Photonics, Nanotechnology and Nanoelectronics, Digital Signal Processing, Electric Drives, Sensors, PLC, Power Electronics. The courses of Environmental Studies, Economics and Management, Civil Law and Intellectual Properties support the development of management skills. In the last three semesters, students work in elective laboratories, have a four-week training at factories and make their thesis research, based on different research programs and co-operation with industrial partners

University of Debrecen