Study Programme in Electrical Engineering 180 cr
Sending signals which turn into sound and images from one place to another through the air is something we take for granted nowadays. But how does it actually happen?
Mastering the technology for the wireless society
As an electronics engineer you master the technology required to transform electronic signals to film, music, telephone conversations or such like. The education will give you a good theoretical base within the electronic area as well as many hours of practice in using the technology. In order to prepare yourself for your future professional role in the best possible manner, you will put your skills to the test in a number of projects - sometimes in collaboration with a possible future employer.
The signals from the employers are clear
Electronics engineers are currently in high demand from a long list of employers within several different activities. After graduation you could, for example, work with construction, development or maintenance at companies within the basic industry, the power industry or at an electronics consulting firm. A career within sales, media or education with a focus on electronics is also very conceivable. If you want to extend your education even further you could choose to continue studying on our Masters programme – perhaps go as far as a PhD.