Do you want to design and develop electronic equipment?
- then a bachelor's degree in Electronics might be something for you. With a BSc in Electronics, you will design and develop electronic equipment in many different contexts. For example, equipment in cars, electronics for the intelligent home or systems for industrial products that reduce energy consumption.
What will I learn?
During the course, you will learn to develop industrial and consumer electronics. This can be, for example, within green energy systems such as wind turbines and solar cells, robots, or electronics for medical equipment. You will learn about analogous and digital electronics as well as the use of modelling and simulation tools as part of the development process. You will also learn how to develop advanced software, which is essential for Danish and international companies. Developing new processes and products requires a broad approach. Technical aspects cannot stand alone. Therefore, you will learn to include all relevant aspects in a project and to think coherently when you develop products.
The programme consists of a combination of group teaching and project work in groups. Together with your project team, you will work on solving complicated technical tasks, often in collaboration with local companies. Here you learn to consider the environment, economy, technological possibilities, and the users of the product.
How is the programme structured?
The programme consists of a combination of theoretical courses and practical project work in groups. Each semester is based on a main theme, which becomes the basis for the semester's theory and project work. In the first semester, you are introduced to electronics, which is needed to be able to develop electronic products. This also includes some skills in mathematics, physics, and programming. In the second semester, you will gain an understanding of industrial electronics, which builds on your mathematical knowledge and you will be introduced to signal processing and electronic filters. In the third semester, you will build on your knowledge of electronics and work with more advanced electronic systems such as frequency converters and electric motors as well as the development of control systems. In the fourth semester, you will primarily work with digital electronics and with advanced hardware and software which is used, for example, in digital signal processing or within advanced control systems. The fifth semester is about interdisciplinary collaboration, project management and power electronics. You can also choose to study this semester abroad. In the sixth semester, whilst you write your bachelor project based on all your knowledge from the previous semesters, you can specialise further by taking elective courses.
The programme is offered in English.
What can I become?
With a bachelor's degree in Electronics, it is possible to continue your studies with a master's degree in Electronics. As a graduate (Master of Science) in Electronics, you will typically work in development, project management, consulting, or sales. You can e.g., work with medical equipment, computers and data networks, control and monitoring systems, energy-saving products, mobile communications, electrical devices and machines, robots, software development, regulation and automation of production processes and industrial electronics.
The programme gives you several career opportunities - both in Denmark and abroad.
Can I continue my studies?
The bachelor's programme lasts three years, after which you take the two-year master's programme to achieve a master’s degree in Electronics. A bachelor in Electronics will therefore often continue the programme with a relevant master's degree in, for example, Electronics in Odense or Electronics in Sønderborg.
That is why you should study...
- You will learn how to develop the robot technology of the future
- You will have good career opportunities
- You will learn to develop innovative solutions to specific problems