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As an Electronic Engineer you will design and develop electronic equipment in many different contexts, for example equipment in vehicles, industrial systems, home automation systems, energy control systems or autonomous systems.
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You will learn how to develop consumer electronics, amplifiers, electronics for medical equipment and robots. You will learn about analog- 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 and thereby be ready to take on jobs in Danish and Foreign companies.
Development of new processes and products requires a broad approach. Technical aspects cannot stand alone. Therefore you will learn to include all relevant aspects into a project – to think cohesively when you are creating products.
Skills in cooperation and communication
As an engineer, it is mandatory to be able to cooperate with many different engineers and other stakeholders. Therefore, you should also be able to communicate your knowledge and results. During the education, your skills in cooperation and communication will be strengthened through your participation in project work. The projects are distributed over the programme as the following semester themes:
1. Discover the Electronic Development Process.
2. Build Industrial Electronics.
3. Develop Intelligent Dynamic Electronic Systems.
4. Develop Systems with Signal Processing and Power Electronics.
5. Experts in Teams, Digital Interfacing and Reliable Systems
7. Final Project
In general, - electronic engineers work as developers, consultants and/or project managers with their main focus on electronics equipment and products.
For more information about the degree programme, please contact Programme Coordinator Ib Christensen on tel. +45 6550 1606.
It is possible to visit the Faculty of Engineering before deciding whether or not to study here. Contact International Secretary Maria Bergstedt on tel. +45 6550 4927.
University of Southern Denmark does not charge tuition fees from citizens from the Nordic countries or from the EU/EEA countries. Read more about tuition fees and note that as an international student you have several scholarship options.
This programme is taught in English.
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