The Master´s Program is given as full-time studies over two years and is made up of 120 university credits. The program is planned so that the courses included are read part time two at a time, except for the thesis work which is read full time.
RF Measurement Technology
Multivariable and Nonlinear Control Systems
Applied Mechanics II
Wireless Sensor Networks
Sensors and Measurement Technology 7,5 credits
Statistical Signal Processing
Advanced Digital Control Systems
Computerized Image Processing and Machine Vision
Master's Thesis in Electronics
Advanced Projects in Electronics / Telecommunications
*Courses may be altered. Read the programme syllabus for more information.