Laurea (BSc) - 2017/2018 a.y.
Industrial and Information Engineering
Mission and goals
The Bachelor of Science in Electronic Engineering provides students with a broad scientific and technological education along with a solid foundation in Electronic Engineering. Graduates are able to develop and use electronic methods and tools with an engineering mindset to address common electronic problems over a wide spectrum of applications. The curriculum of the Bachelor degree in Electronics is based on 3-year courses and is characterized by initial three semesters in which the student acquires a solid foundation, studying the essential elements of scientific disciplines (physics, mathematics and chemistry) that constitute the necessary basis of engineering studies. The electronic preparation takes shape over the next three semesters with courses that not only methodologically introduce and define the major areas of modern electronics, i.e. analog electronic circuits, digital circuits and electronic devices, but deepen already the main aspects of the application. The electronic preparation is accompanied and completed during the same three semesters with the study of the fundamentals of other disciplines related to Information and Communications Technologies (ICT), such as automation control, telecommunications and programming, in order to reach a comprehensive preparation, solid and well articulated. In the last six months, students who do not wish to continue their studies have the possibility of an internship in one of the many companies in the electronic sector, so as to acquire specific professional skills.
Graduates in Electronic Engineering are able to cover technical and technical-organisational roles in a very broad range of companies, from the semiconductor and integrated circuit industries to consumer electronics, instrumentation, optoelectronics and robotics&automation industries as well as in other market segments where electronics is not the core activity but is an enabling technology like ICT, Media partners, Aerospace and others companies in the innovation chain.
Possible further education
Subject to academic curriculum evaluation, graduates may be admitted to continue their studies with a Laurea Magistrale (equivalent to Master of Science) in Electronics Engineering. With admission always subject to an evaluation, graduates may choose other Master of Science programmes or 1st level Specializing Masters.