Master of Electronic and Electric Engineering
Master in Electrical Engineering of Electrical Equipment and Automation in Industry has: a grasp of the essential principles of electrical engineering the ability to apply basic engineering principles and analytical techniques to problem formulation and solution, understanding of the engineering design process, at both the conceptual and detail levels a familiarity with the key factors in the business environment such as marketing skills, financial awareness and investment appraisal and a range of transferable skills including communication, numeric use of information technology, project management and team working. Master in Electrical Engineering of Electrical Equipment and Automation in Industry has: a grasp of the essential principles of electrical engineering the ability to apply basic engineering principles and analytical techniques to problem formulation and solution, understanding of the engineering design process, at both the conceptual and detail levels a familiarity with the key factors ine the business environment such as marketing skills, financial awareness and investment appraisal and a range of transferable skills including communication, numeric use of information technology, project management and team working. Access to the third cycle studies. Graduates of Electrical Engineering Master get aquired qualification that gives the right to work as a leading specialist in designing of electric motors and drives as well as in light industry, energetic transport and other companies. There is an opportunity to work at scientific research laboratories, private business.
Key learning outcomes
Knowledge and Understanding
- A1 An in- depth knowledge and understanding of technology science electronics and electrical engineering principles;
- A2 Critical understanding of technology science electronics and electrical engineering course
- B1 The ability to solve unknown, not fully defined problems and tasks, applying known methods;
- B2 To be able to formulate and solve problems in new and emerging fields of specialization.
- B3 To be able to apply their knowledge and understanding of conceptualization of electronics and electrical engineering models, systems and processes.
- B4 To be able to use innovative methods for solving electronics and electrical engineering problems
- C1 An ability to use electrical engineering knowledge and understanding to design solutions for unfamiliar problems, possibly involving other disciplines;
- C2 An ability to create new, original ideas and methods of electronics and electrical engineering discipline;
- C3 An ability to use their engineering knowledge and judgment to work with complex, technically uncertain and incomplete information
- D1 To be able to define, locate and obtain required data;
- D2 To be able to plan and carry out the necessary analytical, simulation and experimental research in electronics and electrical engineering discipline;
- D3 To be able to critically evaluate data and draw conclusions;
- D4 The ability to explore the application of new and emerging technologies of electronics and electrical engineering science technology field;
- E1 The ability to integrate knowledge of different fields and manage complexity;
- E2 A comprehensive understanding of applicable techniques, methods and their shortcomings in electronics and electrical engineering;
- E3 To know about the ethical, environmental and commercial engineering activity limitations;
- F1 To be able to be a team leader, that may consist of a variety of disciplines and levels of representatives;
- F2 Meet the requirements of the First Cycle electrical engineering graduates, required for the Second Cycle level;
- F3 Work and communicate effectively in national and international context;
Occupational profiles of graduates with examples
Graduates of Electronic and Electric engineering master programme can successfully work as electrical engineering specialists and administrators, electronic engineering specialists, electromechanical engineers, technicians, safety engineers, maintenance and repair organization engineers, technology engineers, electricians, engineers, etc.
Examination regulations, assessment and grading
The University applies cumulative grading in order to ensure objective evaluation, active students’ participation during the semester and their ability to apply theoretical knowledge in practice. Cumulative grading final evaluation consists of interim course assignments (test, individual work, paper, laboratory work defence, and etc.) and final exam grades. If the student fails the interim course assignments and does not make to transition grade−minimal grade of determined interim course assessments−he is not allowed to take the final exam. Each study programme is completed by defending final thesis (project) and (or) taking final exams.
Undergraduate and master student’s knowledge, skills and abilities, indicated in the study programme description, are examined and evaluated during the public defence of his Final thesis. Final thesis by its nature can be scientific research or scientific-applied. Final thesis is analytical work based on independent scientific or applied research. A Bachelor’s thesis comprises 12 credits; Master’s thesis comprises 30 credits in the study programme of 120 credits or 24 credits in the study programme of 90 credits. Final thesis and its defence is to demonstrate student’s creativity and the ability to critically evaluate theoretical and practical innovations, as well as others’ previously carried out researches and their results; to indicate student’s knowledge in social and commercial environment, legislation, and financial capacity; to show information sourcing and its qualified analysis skills, computational methods and specialized software and general-purpose information technologies using skills, as well as the ability to clearly and correctly orally or in written present their research results and (or) product designed to different audiences.
Final thesis is defended publicly in front of the Study Field Qualification Committee approved by the Rector. All members of the Qualification Committee evaluate the final thesis and its defence in separate grades in ten-point grading system. Weighted coefficient of defended grade is up to 0.2. The final grade is the arithmetic average of the grades given by the Qualification Committee members, rounded to the nearest whole number.
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