Electronics deals with electronic devices and electronic circuits as the basic components of electronic products that are used in all areas of human activities, thereby having a very pronounced position in the modern society.
The students in the Electronics study profile acquire theoretical and practical knowledge needed for the analysis, modelling, simulation, design and production of electronic circuits and systems. The students obtain the knowledge in the field of micro- and nanoelectronics, radiofrequency and microwave electronics, optoelectronics, power electronics, audioelectronics, electroacoustics, architectural acoustics, ultrasound, biomedicine, electronic measurement and testing, as well as other areas in electronics.
A student whose degree is not in Electrical engineering and information technology is required to take additional coursework as follows:
- students holding bachelor degree in Computing have to enrol the following “bridge” courses:
- Electronics 2 (4 ECTS)
- Students holding the bachelor degree in Electrical engineering or other related bachelor degree will have to enrol additional courses depending on a difference between their bachelor curriculum and the bachelor curriculum in Electrical engineering and information technology at FER. Additional courses will be defined individually for each applicant by the Admission Committee.