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Programme structure

  • This Programme is offered in Sønderborg
  • This programme is offered in English

Programme structure

During the semester projects you will be working with the following themes: 

  1. Discover the Electronic Development Process.

  2. Build Industrial Electronics.

  3. Develop Intelligent Dynamic Electronic Systems.

  4. Design of Embedded Architectures.

  5. Experts in Teams

  6. Bachelor Project and further specialization

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First semester: 

In the first semester you will gain a first insight into what electronics is and what it takes to develop electronic products. You will work with subjects such as embedded systems, basic analog electronics and the corresponding maths and physics. With your project group you will do lab exercises and design a small electronic product taking you through the entire development process. 

Second semester:

This is where you will gain an understanding of the term: “Industrial Electronics”. Furthermore, you will work with more advanced electronic systems including some analog signal processing as well as more advanced embedded systems. You will gain knowledge about system components and their interactions. As part of the semester project you will work with theory in practice when you build an industrial electronic product. 

Third semester:
 
In this semester you will build on the knowledge you have gained about electronics and will be given insight into the use of sensors, actuators and development of control systems and thereby the development of dynamic electronic systems. In the semester project, you will develop an electronic system – for example a system that can control the velocity of a DC motor. Furthermore, you will use advanced development tools for graphical design and automated measurements and get a deeper understanding of the development process.

Fourth semester:
 
In the fourth semester you will work with advanced embedded systems. This includes more control engineering and digital signal processing in theory and practice. You will learn how to design embedded architectures in hardware (digital systems) and how to test and implement them in state of the art technologies (System on Chips). In the semester project you will develop a digital system with signal processing algorithm’s, in a context with external components for inputs and outputs – thereby sensing external data and controlling external devices.

Fifth semester:

This semester is about innovation, multidisciplinary skills and entrepreneurship (Experts in Teams). You and your project group will organize yourselves into a virtual company where you will go through all development phases from idea to creation of a fully functioning prototype - taking into consideration economy, external suppliers, etc. You will continue with further specialization in Power Electronics and via elective courses. You can also choose to study abroad for a semester. 

Sixth semester:

Here you will write your bachelor project in which you bring together all your knowledge and skills from the preceding semesters. The semester includes further specialization via theory courses in Sensors and Actuators and in Applied Electro Magnetics and one elective course. 

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