The study program for the Master of Science aims to:

  • Deepen the science and engineering fundamentals in the fields of electronics, communication, and network engineering
  • Enhance the capacity for scientific research by analyzing and solving problems and conducting research
  • Development of personal skills in critical thinking, problem analysis and problem solving
  • Ability to achieve goal-oriented teamwork in a multicultural environment and to communicate effectively in speech and writing
  • Ability to carry out research at international level and to study doctoral studies

Master students may choose among the following specializations:

Communication Engineering (COMM): graduates in this field have excellent opportunities to shape a variety of technologies, from huge global positioning systems that can locate the location of a moving vehicle all the way to gigantic power generators. These engineers are responsible for designing, developing, testing and monitoring the production of telecommunications systems, radar and navigation systems and wireless communication networks. They are involved in the development of new products, write performance requirements, and develop maintenance plans and diagrams. Also, the testing of equipment and machines, the solution of operational problems, the estimation of time and costs for electrical and electronic products are among their tasks.

Electronics (ELCT): Electrical Engineering is the top qualification for such diverse professions as industry, research and trade. Electronics graduates have outstanding opportunities in development and research, design, testing and verification of electronic circuits or in automation technology.

Networking (NETW): Network engineers play an important role in building and maintaining this capability in companies, hospitals, and universities. Network engineers are responsible for building, maintaining, and managing computer networks. The role varies from company to company, but it often includes troubleshooting hardware and software, providing software support, and performing system design and analysis. Other increasingly popular job titles with similar responsibilities include mobile network administrator, security engineer and network architect.

Program structure

The study programs Master of Science in Information Engineering and Technology consists of 4 semesters. Students earn a total of 120 ECTS credit points according to the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System. The study program includes the following modules: