Electronics and Telecommunications
Full-time, 1st cycle studies (B.Sc.) are seven semesters long and finish with a presentation of a diploma dissertation (an engineering project). The graduate is awarded an Engineer degree (being an equivalent of a Bachelor of Science degree) in Electronics and Telecommunications.
The graduates of the first cycle of studies in Electronics and Telecommunications acquire theoretical knowledge and practical skills essential for designing, building, practical application and exploitation of electronic circuits, equipment and telecommunications systems, networks and services. Education is based on courses providing the future electronics and telecommunications engineers with theoretical knowledge and practical competences that can be employed for modern technologies (telecommunications, computer networks, computer-aided designing, computer programming and tools) and also for creating new technologies.
The programme creates an opportunity for the students to participate in some basic and general courses and gain extensive education and practice. In the future this knowledge will allow them to actively participate in the economic life and conduct their own independent activities.
For more information please contact:
Faculty of Computer Science, Electronics and Telecommunications
Andrzej Staniszewski, DSc, Vice-Dean