Course structure

The 3-year Electrical Engineering bachelor will provide you with the fundamental knowledge of the field and hands-on design skills that will enable you to develop electrical engineering systems.  It's a preparation for your Masters, where you will dive headfirst into the material, and develop yourself into a real academic. The bachelor offers an excellent mix between theory and practice: you will be working on several design projects within our Design Based Learning (DBL) program

The major topics during your Bachelor include:

  • Signal processing
  • Electronics and photonics
  • Control systems
  • Electromagnetics
  • Electrical energy and machines
  • Telecommunications
  • Computers and embedded systems

In addition, you will take math and physics classes to carry out the above assignments. There is also attention for developing your professional skills, such as reporting, presenting, ethics and environment.

The course structure is shown in the figures below. An academic year consists of 60 educational credits (ec), 5 ec per course. The first year, the propaedeutic year, is designed to give the student insight into the contents of the rest of the study, subsequent studies and professional practice. It comprises basic subjects and various electrical engineering subjects. For the entire first semester you will be working on the “Rock-your-Baby” design assignment within a project team of 8 students. In the second and third year you will explore electrical engineering in more depth and more room becomes available for elective subjects.