Electronics Engineering

This program generally aims to provide students with in depth technical-scientific university level, as required by various application areas of electronics.

Their preparation enables direct entry into the labor market for solving technical-industrial problems and has a wider scope to adapt easily to the constant evolution of technology. The graduated student with the Master of Science in Electronic Engineering is able to understand and analyze the functioning of relatively complex systems, to manage the production, testing, maintenance of components, electronic equipment, computer systems, telecommunication, control, measurement, etc.
The graduated, who has followed this second cycle of university studies, is able, within a short time, can be specialized on basis of labor market.

Employment possibilities
The graduated student with a Master of Science in Electronic Engineering is required a lot in the world of work because in all companies and industrial sectors are found and used systems of measurement, control, telecommunications, medicine based on electronics, that is why employment opportunities are high:
- In companies that produce, sell and maintain equipment or electronic systems for different applications.
- In manufacturing industries of any type: automobile, mechanical, textile, chemical, etc., within which are found automation and data management and measurement systems, information systems, telecommunications systems, etc..
- The companies that provide telephone services, audiovisual, internet etc..
- As a free professional in the field of analysis, design and management of information systems in the fields of telecommunications, automation, security and quality management.
Thanks to the formation on large scale, are expanded the job opportunities in companies that design, install and maintain new systems in the field of electronics, in telecommunications terrestrial and satellite, in vehicles, in numerous household applications, in the sectors of technology for the processing and transmission of information.

Year I

Semester

Subjects

Credits

Semester I

Electromagnetism

6

Semester I

MATLAB

9

Semester I

Analog and digital Electronics

9

Semester I

Digital Inspection

6

Total Semester I

Total Subjects : 4

Total Credits: 30

Semester II

Embedded electronic systems

9

Semester II

Architecture of Informatics

9

Semester II

Electronics for embedded systems

9

Total Semester II

Total Subjects: 3

Total Credits: 27

Year I

Total Subjects: 7

Total Credits: 57

 

Year II

 

Semester

Subjects

Credits

Semester I

Exponential Electronics

9

Semester I

Optical circuits and its components

6

Semester I

Project management

6

Semester I

Elective Subjects*

6

Total Semester I

Total Subjects : 4

Total Credits: 27

Semester II

Internship

6

Semester II

Theses

30

Total Semester II

Total Subjects : 2

Total Credits: 36

Year II

Total Subjects : 6

Total Credits: 63

Elective Subjects *

Semester

Subjects

Credits

Semester I

Software Engineering

6

Semester I

Information systems safety

6

Semester I

Statistics

9

Semester I

Dispersed systems

6

Total MSC

Total Subjects : 13

Total Credits: 120