Name of the qualification and respective title:
Bachelor of Electrical Engineering, Programme Automatic Control and Electronics
Main field of study: Automatic Control and Electronics
Study cycle: First study cycle
Official length of programme: Six semesters/three years
Admission requirements: Completed four-year high school and passed entrance test in Mathematics
Mode of study: Full-time
Language of instruction and examinations: Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian
Accreditation: ASIIN, EUR-ACE®
Educational Objectives of the programme
- Having fundamental knowledge required for electrical engineers in the area of automatic control and electronics, educated in the: electrical engineering, measurement, electronics, physics, mathematics, modelling, signal and system theory, control theory and programming.
- Having broad education in the area of control and electronics
- Having following knowledge required to work as control and electronics engineer:
- Maintenance and adjustments of the control systems,
- Programming software for the control systems,
- Design and build components and subsystems for the control systems,
- Design and implement electronic devices based on analog, digital and microcomputer technology.
- Having knowledge, skills and competences enabling him for further education and lifelong learning;
- Capable to follow up and use relevant literature
- Capable for continual adoption of new knowledge through informal learning methods and practical work,
- Having communication skills, being prepared for a team work with professionals from the same or other fields, being engineer responsible towards his profession and society at large.
- The first cycle graduate student has the following knowledge, skills and competences:
- Basic knowledge and understanding mathematics, physics, electrical engineering, computing and programming.
- Basic engineering knowledge of analysis, synthesis, defining and solving practical problems.
- Awareness of the correlation between control and electronics on one side and electrical engineering, mathematics, physics, and other engineering disciplines on other.
- Firm knowledge in the area of automatic control and electronics: analog, digital and integrated electronics, linear and digital control theory, signal processing, dynamic system modelling and simulation, measurement in electrical engineering and measurement of non-electrical quantity, logic design, power system control, mechatronics.
- Making decisions and implementing appropriate engineering, mathematical and computing methods for the problems in the area of control and electronics.
- Identify, analyse and define problems in the area of control and electronics, without being exposed to them during study.
- Solving given problems using acquire engineering knowledge, general knowledge in mathematics, physics and computer science, as well as specialist knowledge in field of automtic control and electronics, using adequate literature and documentation search.
- Design and conduct experiments, drawing conclusions and testing hypothesis, in the area of control and electronics, Analysis, synthesis and design: electronic circuitry, digital systems, control systems components and subsystems, mechatronic systems, software applications for control systems, using appropriate methods and techniques and taking into account scientific technical, social, environmental and economic conditions and standards.
- Application of control and electronics in practical working environment, knowledge of standards and understanding the influence that automatic control systems have on their environment.
- Ability to work in different professional areas due to achieved general, specialist and methodology competences.
- Consulting relevant literature, attending courses, adopting new knowledge and technology.
- Communicating with colleagues and public about issues related to all areas of the control systems and electronics.
- Individual and team work.
- To answer to industry requests during his professional engagement.
Programme syllabus with course descriptions:
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