The Electronic Engineering Degree Course prepares students to conceive, design, use and innovate electronic devices, circuits and products, integrating them into complex systems. Electronic Engineering graduates will guide the evolution of technology and innovation, with competence and professionalism.
The Laurea course in “Electronic Engineering” (equivalent to the Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering, BSEE) aims to train professionals with solid scientific and technological skills, combining physical-chemical-mathematical foundations of the most advanced technologies with the engineering skills of conceiving and develop electronic products and systems, exploitable in the most diversified areas of society, often opening up new markets and scenarios.
The Laurea Magistrale in “Electronics Engineering” (equivalent to the Master of Science in Electronics Engineering, M.S.E.E.) aims to enhance the skills acquired during the Degree course and to further expand engineering knowledge and excellence in electronic design. Examples are the ability to design analog and digital electronic circuits both on board and in the form of an integrated circuit, the design of complex products integrating different technologies and their integration into “smart” and “embedded” systems (sensor and transducer systems, conversion analog / digital, numerical processing and programming, power management) and competence in design using CAD and software tools.
The Electronic Engineer will be able to promote electronics in every sector of society that can benefit from intelligent systems and will carry out professional activities in companies, research and development centers, laboratories, start-ups, in any cutting-edge scientific and technological sector.