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Learning outcomes

General competences

Technology expert

1. The Bachelor can analyse a structured engineering problem based on international current scientific knowledge and technological know-how in his own discipline.

2. The Bachelor can apply existing technology to a concrete engineering problem and in this, acts with an eye for realism an efficiency (engineering attitude).

3. The Bachelor can systematically and accurately develop a structured engineering-technical design in his own discipline, taking into account the clear requirements.

4. The Bachelor has an overview of several engineering disciplines, knows their basic principles and can apply them to simple problems.

Researcher

5. The Bachelor can collect and process scientific information and existing research results purposefully.

6. The Bachelor can conceive, plan and execute accurate research creatively and select the appropriate, simple methods to do so.

7. The Bachelor solves simple engineering-technical problems from a critical, investigative attitude and can justify the choices made.

Teamworker

8. The Bachelor can communicate verbally, in writing and graphically in the language of instruction about his area of expertise with specialists in a multidisciplinary team; knows the terminology of the area of expertise in the most relevant foreign language.

9. The Bachelor has the social and communicative skills to take on the role of team member.

10. The Bachelor has the necessary basic skills to work thematically as a team member.

Citizen

11. The Bachelor considers his/her own actions in a global international context with attention to economics, social context, ecology, ethics and safety.

Specific competences electronics-ICT

12. The Bachelor has the basic knowledge in the domain of electronics and signal processing, including the principles of hardware design, digital signal and image processing, interfacing, sensors, input/output devices, measuring methods, and can apply this, taking into account functional and non-functional requirements.

13. The Bachelor has the basic knowledge in the domain of software development, including the principles of data structures, algorithms, connection of hardware and software, programming principles, software-design techniques, and can apply this, taking into account functional and non-functional requirements.

14. The Bachelor has the basic knowledge in the domain of communication and network technology, including the principles of network structures, protocols, connection of (embedded) hardware components, communication principles, communication design techniques, and can apply this, taking into account functional and non-functional requirements.

15. The Bachelor can combine his/her basic knowledge in other domains such as mathematics, physics, chemistry, construction, electromechanics with his/her knowledge of electronics, signal processing, software development and communication and network technology.

16. The Bachelor can combine and integrate his/her basic knowledge in the above-mentioned domains to design and/or realize a simple hardware/software system with known, controllable preconditions.