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School of Electrical and Computer Engineering of Applied Studies

Belgrade

Electrical Engineering

The aim of the study program Electrical Engineering is to train students for the construction, installation, testing, exploitation and design of devices, subsystems and systems in the field of electrical engineering.

The goals of the study program Electrical Engineering:

  • to train professionals in the fields of electronics, telecommunications, automation and energy for the needs of production enterprises, in development, production and maintenance; institutions of economic and extracurricular activities, in the affairs of selection in the procurement and maintenance of equipment; public enterprises in operations in exploitation and maintenance of equipment, systems and plants; project organizations.
  • to develop the ability to understand complex systems and modern technologies, as well as the ability to apply advanced knowledge in the field of modern energy technologies, intelligent transport technologies, and modern electronic and communication systems for the needs of industry and industry;
  • to provide students with high-quality applied studies of the second level of education with the consistent application of European and world standards;
  • that students master the most current knowledge and skills, as well as qualify for creative work, thus gaining a secure basis for successful employment, as well as advancement and improvement in current jobs.

Competencies of graduate students:

  • training in preparation for construction, professional procurement, trade, construction, installation, testing and exploitation, service training and maintenance, design cooperation, supervision in the construction and reception of specialized devices, subsystems and systems in the field of new energy technologies, electronics, telecommunications and automatic management;
  • development of creativity and tendency towards teamwork;
  • the willingness to constantly keep up with the development and application of new technologies in the field of electrical engineering and to participate in the further development of these technologies;
  • acquiring the basis for further training and practical work in the profession.

Acquired professional title

After completing master applied studies in Electrical Engineering, the student is awarded the title of Master Applied Engineer of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

Head of the study program

Secretary of the study program

Curriculum - 2017 NPP - 2017
Course code Course ECTS Status Semestar
317103 Automotive transmissions 8 electable 1
317101 Design of electrical power converters 8 electable 1
317102 Design of electronic devices 8 electable 1
317105 Energy sources in power systems 8 electable 1
317104 Gasoline Direct Injecton Systems 8 electable 1
317117 Measuring information systems 8 electable 1
317218 Research methods 6 mandatory 1
317108 Smart grids 8 electable 1
317106 Control of power quality 8 electable 2
317109 Diagnosis of Diesel Injection Systems 8 electable 2
317107 Digital systems using programmable logic 8 electable 2
317110 Process control 8 electable 2
317111 Signal processing 8 electable 2
3171SP1 Student internship 1 6 mandatory 2
317113 Automated system design and implementation 8 electable 3
317313 Communications standards and technologies 8 electable 3
317114 Computer-aided design of electric power substations 8 electable 3
317112 Hybrid and electric vehicles 8 electable 3
317115 Special electrical installations 8 electable 3
3171SP2 Student internship 2 6 mandatory 3
317315 Telecommunication measurements 8 electable 3
3171PIR Applied research work 8 mandatory 4
317216 Entrepreneurship and incentives in the field of electrical and computer 6 mandatory 4
3171MR Master thesis work 16 mandatory 4
Obaveštenja

Obaveštenje

Pozivaju se svi studenti master studijskih programa da dođu u četvrtak 18.10.2018. u 16h u učionicu 304 radi informisanja o master studijama u školskoj 2018/2019. godini.
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