Master Degree in Electronics Engineering

 

Location: Ancona - via Brecce Bianche - ingresso 3
Access: Open access
Order: D.M. 270/04
Type: Master Degree (2 years)


 
 

The course of study in short


 

The Master’s degree programme in Electronic Engineering aims at training engineers in the information and communication technology (ICT) sector who are capable of designing, developing, programming and managing technologies, components, electronic systems and information processing in the most diverse fields of industry, in particular in the electronics and telecommunications sector.

Both the basic and the free-choice courses give students the opportunity to study in depth the fields of electronic systems design, telecommunications and applications of electromagnetic fields.

The possibility to carry out internships, outside the academic environment or in the departmental structures, offers students the opportunity to deal with problems typical of the world of work, allowing them to acquire design skills, as well as skills in conducting experiments of high complexity and consequent analyses and interpretations of results.

Finally, for the final test students are required to develop a project based on topics related to research, design and analysis also in collaboration with local companies, universities, research institutes and foreign companies

 

Professional profile and employment opportunities


 

Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering

 

Role in a work context:

Coordination and management of research and production groups; design, management and organisation of electronic systems. MSc graduates in Electronic Engineering will be provided with the necessary background to coordinate and carry out their activity in collaboration with other professional figures working in the field.

 

Skills associated with the role:

MSc graduates will have the ability to understand the problems to be faced, apply the knowledge acquired, propose solutions, learn new methodologies regarding the design, management and organisation of electronic systems, with applications also in the biomedical and telecommunications fields.

 

Occupational opportunities:

Freelance work, subject to passing the qualification exam and enrolling in the appropriate Professional Engineers Register, manufacturing companies, service companies and public administrations. In particular, graduates will be able to supervise, coordinate and manage research and production groups; design components, devices and electronic and optoelectronic systems; manage and organise manufacturing companies; manage and organise telecommunications services; design and manage electronic infrastructures for the transmission and processing of information.

MSc graduates can then continue their studies to obtain a PhD or a 2nd level University Master's degree.

 

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