Subject Requirements

 

Entry requirement is a recognized first university degree in electrical engineering, information technology and/or computer engineering by which the necessary academic background for the Master’s degree program can be proven. To be accepted, university degrees must have been approved by the responsible government agency of the state in which the university is located or accredited in a state-approved procedure.

The following qualifications are required to succeed in our Master’s degree program:

Minimum extent
Advanced Mathematics (Calculus at University Level, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, Integral Equations, Discrete Mathematics, Probability Theory) 28 ECTS credits
Classical Physics and Physical Principles of Electronic Devices (Mechanics, Electromagnetic Fields, Light and Optics, Thermodynamics); introduction to Quantum Mechanics, Semiconductor Electronics, Physical Principles of Electronic Devices 10 ECTS credits
Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering including Circuit Technology (Networks, Circuit Theory, Circuit Design, Electronic Devices, Electro- and Magnetostatics, Signals and Systems (Signal Theory)) 34 ECTS credits
Informatics (Computer Science) and Programming (C/C++ Programming, Data Structures, Digital Logic, Digital Circuits, Computer Design, Assembler, Operating Systems, Multi-Processor Systems, Networks etc.) 12 ECTS credits
Fundamentals of Control and Mathematical Systems Theory (Mathematical Modelling of Electro-Mechanical Systems, Linear Control Theory, First and Second Order Control Systems, Stability, Time Discrete and Stochastic Systems, Adaptive Control etc.) 8 ECTS credits
Electromagnetic Field Theory or Theoretical Information Theory (Non-Stationary Fields, Waveguides, Antennas, Wave- and Line Equations, Smith Chart, Scattering Parameters with further Emphasis on Microwave Circuits and Devices or on Wave Guide Design, Antenna Design) 8 ECTS credits

Application-oriented courses, e.g., from the areas Microelectronics, Communications Engineering, Electrical Power Engineering, Computer Engineering or Medical Engineering.

20 ECTS credits






 

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