Bachelor’s degree programme 6.050802, Electronic Devices and Systems

Qualification awarded: 
Bachelor of Electronic Devices and Systems
Level of qualification : 
Specific admission requirements: 
None. The enrollment is carried out on the general grounds.
Specific arrangements for recognition of prior learning: 
Profile of the programme: 
The students acquire the necessary knowledge from fundamental and professionally-oriented subjects; namely, physical fundamentals of electronic engineering, physical fundamentals of sensorics, informational technologies, technology of materials, prediction, development, and manufacture of materials, components, and devices of electronic engineering; designing (construction), technologies of manufacturing, investigation, testing, wiring and installation of electronic devices.
The total amount of the curriculum is 240 ECTS credits, including module of humanities and social subjects — 40,5 credits, module of fundamental, natural, and general economics — 88 credits, module of professional and practical training — 111,5 credits.
Key learning outcomes: 

1. Subject area knowledge

Having gained their basic higher education in the field of Electronic Devices and Systems, the students acquire profound knowledge in fundamental, professionally-oriented, and humanities; namely:
  • physical fundamentals of electronic engineering
  • cathode-ray and plasma technologies
  • mathematical methods of analysis which are necessary for solving theoretical and practical problems of the specialty
  • elements of engineering and computer graphics
  • means of computer technologies
  • theory of electric circuits, signals, and processes
  • fundamentals of metrology, circuitry, and microprocessor engineering
  • vacuum, plasma ,and solid electronics
  • optoelectronic, quantum, and laser engineering
  • fundamentals of modeling for processes and biomedical systems, elements and electronic devices for computer-aided designing
  • production and management
  • principles of law, labour and environment protection.

2. Cognitive skills

  • ability to analyze and estimate potential of new discoveries in the branch of electronics;
  • skills in analyzing the request for proposal and in design of electronic devices and equipment;
  • skills in choice of the optimal structural-technological variants of a given electronic device;
  • ability to design circuits and structures using corresponding packets of applied software;
  • skills in modeling and analysis of biomedical processes with a help of electronic devices;
  • ability to develop mathematical models of electronic devices according to the requests of proposal.

3. Practical skills

  • skills in creating requests for proposal for design of electronic devices;
  • skills in using applied software in the process of designing devices and electronic apparatus;
  • skills in developing the methods of testing for devices, systems of metrological test;
  • skills in ascertaining the cause of the break down of a device, in giving recommendations for trouble-shooting;
  • skills in making scientifico-technological reports.

4. General skills and comprehension

  • Skills in taking into account main economic laws, ecologic principles and to apply elements of sociocultural competence.
  • Skills in taking into account processes of socio-polytical history of Ukraine, legislative principles and ethic norms in productive and social activities.
  • Calculating skills.
  • Ability to apply knowledge in practice.
  • Ability to self- education and continuous professional development.
  • Habits of communication, including communication in oral and written Ukrainian language and, at least, one of the widespread European languages.
  • Habits of interaction with other people, skills of working in teams.
  • Skills of self-organizing and effective time management.
Occupational profiles of graduates with examples: 
The qualification of the graduates enables them to work in their primary positions in enterprises as engineers and technicians who deal with production, repair, maintenance, computer modeling, and investigation of materials, components, and devices of electronic apparatus of very different purposes; in particular, they can occupy the following positions:
  • chiefs (other leaders) and foremen of bays and subdivisions in industry;
  • technical specialists in the branch of electronics and telecommunication;
  • operators of radio- , medical, and telecommunication equipment;
  • junior specialists in the branch of education.
Access to further studies: 
The Bachelor in Electronic Devices and Systems can continue his/her training in a university in the second level of higher education Master/Specialist in the specialties of Electronic Devices and Systems and Physical and Biomedical Electronics.
Examination regulations, assessment and grading: 
Provisional on knowledge evaluation and recognition of student’s rating in the credite-module system of training.
Graduation requirements: 
Completed training curriculum amounting to 240 credits, successfully defensed Bachelor’s qualification work.
Mode of study: 
Full-time training
Programme director: 
Prof. Zenon Yu. Hotra, Doctor of technical sciences