1. The Master can take on a complex technical problem based on advanced international current scientific knowledge and technological know-how in his/her own discipline.
2. The Master can put knowledge and technology creatively into practice and combine these in a concrete problem and in this, acts with an eye for realism and efficiency (engineering attitude).
3. The Master can develop a complex technical design systematically and accurately taking into account incomplete, redundant or conflicting pre-conditions.
4. The Master uses his/her multidisciplinary knowledge and skills for a technical problem in the discipline in complex and in unpredictable circumstances.
5. The Master is able to effectively collect scientific information and to integrate this in his/her own generated research results.
6. The Master can independently and accurately design, plan, execute and report on research and can select the appropriate, complex methods to do so.
7. The Master uses a critical researching attitude to solve complex technical problems, he/she can justify the choices made and evaluate and develop his/her own expertise.
8. The Master can communicate verbally, in writing and graphically about his/her own subject area with other professionals in a multidisciplinary team and with laypersons.
9. The Master has the social and communicative skills to take on a leading and motivating role in a team.
10. The Master has the basic skills to work thematically as team member and as manager.
11. The Master takes the global international context into account in his/her actions, with attention to economics, social context, ecology, ethics, safety and sustainability.
12. The Master can conceive, analyze, design, implement and reflect on an industrial electronic system through the integration of state-of-the-art hardware, software and communication technology.
13. The Master follows the appropriate (industrial) processes, methods and testing procedures when designing in order to come to a finished product.
14. When designing, the Master takes into account the non-functional requirements typical for the limitations of the design.