Courses within the program


Study Programme in Electrical Engineering

The course commences with an introduction on the topic of automation. This is so that you can quickly get a general outline of the  subject and a better understanding of subsequent courses. Exciting  project work is a part of many of the courses, which is a normal form of study both at the University and in  working life in the future.

Possible changes in the courses may occur. If you are reading a course with a  "Co-op" experience then the course is four years long. For further information see the course plan that describes your studies

Overview of the courses that make up the programme:

Year 1

Semester 2
Introduction to Linux and Small Networks 7.5 hp
Field Computer Science

This course is intended for those who are curious about the operating system Linux and how to use Linux to create minor networks (home and office networks), with various types of servers for e g web, streaming, multimedia, printers and storage. The course also provides an introduction to IPV4, IPV6 and computer security, for example firewalls. At the beginning of the course, you will be given a booklet with instructions on how to download and install a Linux distribution. The course is divided into a number of modules. Each module is self-instructional, by alternating necessary theory with step-by-step instructions, examples and exercises. In order to be examined in a module, you must solve an examination assignment. The course ends with a web-based examination with e g multiple-choice questions. On our online platform BlackBoard, you gain access to course material, feedback, discussion forums, questions and answers. There is also the possibility to hold teaching sessions in real time through e-meetings.

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Year 2

Year 3

Semester 2
Scientific Theory and Writing 7.5 hp
Field Geography, Building Engineering, Computer Science, Geomatics, Surveying Technology, Applied Geographical Information Technology, Mechanical Engineering, Spatial Planning, Industrial Economics, Electronics, Energy Systems

The purpose of the course is to prepare the students within the programmes of the Faculty of Engineering and Sustainable Development for their coming theses. The main focus of the course is on a scientific literature study and on writing a literature review paper.

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