The aim of the bachelor's program is to prepare experts in the field of control, information and measurement systems. These are bachelors of electrical engineering who, after graduation, master the design, implementation, maintenance of hardware and software for control, information and measurement technology. When compiling the study plan, the requirements of companies operating in the field of employment of program graduates were taken into account and the standard content of similarly focused programs at foreign and domestic universities was also taken into account.
The study program is based on three pillars:
- Theoretical basis - mathematics, physics, theoretical electrical engineering
- Basic areas of theoretical subjects of the profiling basis - measurement, cybernetics, signals, electronics, power engineering.
- Areas of subjects of the profiling basis - sensors, embedded systems, industrial control systems, virtual instrumentation, robotics.
Within the study of the program, emphasis is placed on the fact that graduates are equipped with the knowledge that can be used immediately in practice - a good theoretical basis and a maximum of practical knowledge.
The technical field of control and information systems is developing intensively and manifesting trends such as the digitization of industry, virtual system design, the Internet of Things and more. The study program responds to these and newcomer trends and reflects them in the study plans. It is also expected that the program will be continuously developed and will follow other new trends.
Within the study of the program, emphasis is placed on the fact that graduates are equipped with knowledge that is immediately applicable in practice - a good theoretical basis and a maximum of practical knowledge. This knowledge is in great demand in the labor market today, as it is key to ensuring the digitization of industry. Graduates find employment in a number of companies, both engineering, which develop and supply automation, measuring systems, embedded electronics, and in manufacturing companies, where it is necessary to address maintenance, digitization of the production process, etc.