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Master's study program

Master's study program


Characterization of the program


The master’s program welcomes graduates who have had wide theoretical knowledge and who is ready to study professional specialization subjects. The program keeps its’ unique high universality. The tracks are diversified not according to a final technical product but according to theoretical and skill tools which the graduate will adopt. This kind of methodology forms precisely a profile of a graduate who is ready for development and research teams and for international companies developing technologically and algorithmically best products. The graduate understands the state-of-the-art of science and engineering in his profession. He is used to work with sources of technical information. He is also ready to continue with PhD. studies.

The program includes several professional tracks.

Professional Tracks - defined with compulsory subjects. It makes up 50% of subject volume for first three semesters.

  • CSP „Communications and signal processing“
  • RDE „RF and DSP engineering“
  • SSS „Solid State Systems“

Optional subjects

Minor profession

  • if a student passes at least three subjects (15 credits) from another OES program, it is acknowledged as a minor.

Humanistic and Soft-Skills subjects

 

Just as the Bachelor’s Program, the Master’s does not rival the other study programs. It aims to complement the portfolio. Not all small and specific specializations must be covered, neither comprehensive encyclopedic overview of everything that is in electronic systems included, shall be delivered. If students need to deepen their knowledge, they can do so through existing programs. The OES focuses only on spheres that are filled with sufficiently principal and timeless theories. Those theories are grounds for educating truly the best, independent graduates, who can rely on their deep theoretical knowledge. The OES program aims to prepare a generation of engineers, developers and scientists who will be able to compete in the economy environment that is built on the technically unique products.

Graduate profile - „Communications and signal processing“
The branch of study develops particularly a mathematical form of descripting systems and algorithms for quantity processing. It factors in the modern trend among which physical quantities (signals) are processed by algorithms, which use very advanced mathematical methods. A realization of a device is de facto transformed to a formal mathematical algorithm. This kind of approach is absolutely dominant in areas of signal processing of radio digital communication devices, radars and radio navigation, also in visual and audio information processing.

Graduate profile - „RF and DSP engineering“
This branch of study is preparing graduates for designing both analog and digital electronic systems hardware. The electronic systems include a wide range of technologies and frequencies, from basic bands to millimeter waves. The graduate will gain deep knowledge and habits necessary for research and development of high-frequency systems, circuits and their components during his studies. He will also be able to solve problem analysis and find independent creative solutions by using modern tools. He can find an employment in R&D departments of companies developing electronic circuits and systems, especially then communication, radar, navigation, measure and telemetric systems.

Graduate profile - „Solid State Systems“
The branch of study is preparing graduates to be able to design and build complex integrated electronic systems. Students will obtain deep knowledge of principles that explain how modern components of contemporary electronics work. They will also understand structures of integrated systems and the design methodology. The graduates will find employments in research and development centers of high-tech companies. There they can use the acquired knowledge in designing and implementation of integrated electronic, optoelectronic, mechatronic and bioelectronic systems.

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