Electrical Engineering is the study and application of Electricity, Electronics and Electromagnetism. The subfields covered are Analogue and Digital Electronics, Computer Engineering, Measurement and Control Engineering and Communications Engineering. In addition, the degree programme includes the requisite basic knowledge of Mathematics and Physics.
The goal of the program EE is to train students in the field of electrical engineering on an academic level meaning sufficient abstract thinking level and being able to think independently. Want to challenge students to have an inquisitive mind, think independently and show initiative. Our graduates should be able to justify generalisations and create solutions for research and design problems.
The Program Intended Learning Outcomes are:
1. Domain knowledge & skills
The student understands and can apply basic theoretical concepts, important methods and techniques in the fields listed below and has skills to reflect on, increase and develop these through study:
- elements from the electrical engineering subfields analog and digital electronics, electromagnetism and electrodynamics, control engineering, communication science and signal processing.
- programming, including digital logic and computer systems.
- one of the elective fields of, device physics (basic quantum mechanics, electronic and optical devices and transducers) or network systems (basic principles and key protocols in communication systems, networks, and networked applications).
2. Research & Design
- is able to handle complex research or development-oriented situations.
- is able to carry out studies and draw valid conclusions on a scientific basis.
- is able to study another academic field and is able to identify and apply research and/or design in that field.
- can work systematically and methodically.
- is able to identify sub problems and reformulate research questions and problem definitions.
- is able to find, assess and use scientific information.
- can independently function in a disciplinary as well as in an interdisciplinary collaboration with a professional attitude.
- is able to define separate subproblems for team members, to assure the interconnection between these subproblems and to implement a timeline.
- has knowledge of and can apply planning and management of individual and team-based projects
4 Report & Presentation
The student is able to communicate academic problems and solutions to both peers and non-specialists, and to stakeholders and users.
5 Personal Development
- can identify own learning needs and structure his or her own learning in different learning environments.
- is aware of the temporal and societal context of science and technology and is able to apply this into his or her own scientific work.