The programme teaches basics in mathematics, natural sciences and electrical engineering. Based on this, further core subjects of the field are deepened.
1st year of studies
- Foundations for electrical engineering (AC/DC networks, digital technology, electrical measurement)
- Advanced Mathematics 1, 2
- Physics for Electrical Engineering 1, 2
- Physics Lab
- Foundations for Informatics 1
- Electrical Engineering Lab 1
2nd year of studies
- Foundations for Electrical Engineering (Electrical and magnetic fields, Electromagnetic energy conversion, System theory, Materials in Electrical Engineering, Electrodynamics, Semiconductor elecements and circuits, Stochastics)
- Advanced Mathematics 3
- Foundations for Informatics 2
- Electrical Engineering Lab 2
3rd year of studies
Skills and knowledge acquired during years 1 and 2 get extended and deepened in the third year of studies. Electives complement the foundations and the individual profile. Central to the third and last year of studies is the bachelor's thesis: It serves to shape and enrich the personal profile, skills and knowledge through thoretical and practical scientific work on a pre-defined project.
- Foundations for Automation and Energy Engineering
- Foundations for Information and Communication Technology
- Foundations for Microsystems and Microelectronics
- Bachelor's thesis
The very choice of electives and of the bachelor's thesis' topic can be done in anticipation of career prospects and/or of subsequent graduate studies in a master's programme in electrical engineering and information technology.
The programme comprises core modules amounting to 162 credit points and options and electives of 18 credit points.
The Bachelor’s programme puts emphasis on a broad fundamental education in the field. Students get acquainted with: Control Technology and Energy Engineering, Information and Communication Technology, Digital Technology, Mircoelectronics and Microtechnology.
General Studies account for 10 - 25% of the study programme. These courses train key competences for subsequent career fields. By building their own individual specialities, students are able to shape and amplify their academic profile.
General Studies provide job-related skills as well as study techniques and general key qualifications. Examples are internships and subject-related projects, presentations and excursions to gain an overview of typical occupational areas, lectures in methods of natural sciences and engineering sciences, presentation and moderation techniques, project management, time management, media competency.
Internships are recommended.
Semesters abroad are not obligatory but possible. The study set-up allows for a semester abroad, e.g. in the 4th or 5th semester.