Course of Study Electrical Engineering (Study Cohort w21)

Sample course plan X  Bachelor Electrical Engineering (ETBS)
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Semester 4FormHrs/wk
Semester 5FormHrs/wk
Semester 6FormHrs/wk
1
Physics for Engineers (part 1)
Physics for EngineersVL2
Physics for Engineers 1
Electrical Engineering II: Alternating Current Networks and Basic Devices
Electrical Engineering II: Alternating Current Networks and Basic DevicesVL3
Electrical Engineering II: Alternating Current Networks and Basic Devices2
Electrical Engineering III: Circuit Theory and Transients
Circuit TheoryVL3
Circuit Theory2
Theoretical Electrical Engineering I: Time-Independent Fields
Theoretical Electrical Engineering I: Time-Independent FieldsVL3
Theoretical Electrical Engineering I: Time-Independent Fields2
Theoretical Electrical Engineering II: Time-Dependent Fields
Theoretical Electrical Engineering II: Time-Dependent FieldsVL3
Theoretical Electrical Engineering II: Time-Dependent Fields2
Semiconductor Circuit Design
Semiconductor Circuit DesignVL3
Semiconductor Circuit Design1
2
3
4
5
Electrical Engineering I: Direct Current Networks and Electromagnetic Fields
Electrical Engineering I: Direct Current Networks and Electromagnetic FieldsVL3
Electrical Engineering I: Direct Current Networks and Electromagnetic Fields2
6
7
Materials in Electrical Engineering
Materials in Electrical EngineeringVL2
Materials in Electrical Engineering 2
Electrotechnical ExperimentsVL1
Computer Engineering
Computer EngineeringVL3
Computer Engineering1
Signals and Systems
Signals and SystemsVL3
Signals and Systems2
Introduction to Communications and Random Processes
Introduction to Communications and Random ProcessesVL3
Introduction to Communications and Random Processes1
Introduction to Communications and Random Processes1
Introduction into Medical Technology and Systems
Introduction into Medical Technology and SystemsVL2
Introduction into Medical Technology and SystemsPS2
Introduction into Medical Technology and Systems1
8
9
10
11
Foundations of Management
Introduction to ManagementVL3
Management Tutorial2
12
13
Mathematics II
Linear Algebra IIVL2
Linear Algebra II1
Linear Algebra II1
Analysis IIVL2
Analysis II1
Analysis II1
Measurements: Methods and Data Processing
Measurements: Methods and Data ProcessingVL2
Measurements: Methods and Data Processing1
EE Experimental LabPR2
Electrical Engineering Project Laboratory
Electrical Engineering Project LaboratoryPBL8
Electronic Devices
Electronic DevicesVL3
Electronic DevicesPBL2
Embedded Systems
Embedded SystemsVL3
Embedded Systems1
14
15
16
17
Mathematics I
Linear Algebra IVL2
Linear Algebra I1
Linear Algebra I1
Analysis IVL2
Analysis I1
Analysis I1
18
19
Mathematics III
Analysis IIIVL2
Analysis III1
Analysis III1
Differential Equations 1 VL2
Differential Equations 1 1
Differential Equations 1 1
Mathematics IV
Complex FunctionsVL2
Complex Functions1
Complex Functions1
Differential Equations 2 VL2
Differential Equations 2 1
Differential Equations 2 1
Introduction to Control Systems
Introduction to Control SystemsVL2
Introduction to Control Systems2
Bachelor Thesis
20
21
Computer Science for Engineers - Programming Concepts, Data Handling & Communication
Computer Science for Engineers - Programming Concepts, Data Handling & CommunicationVL3
Computer Science for Engineers - Programming Concepts, Data Handling & Communication2
22
23
24
25
Computer Science for Engineers - Introduction and Overview
Computer Science for Engineers - Introduction and OverviewVL3
Computer Science for Engineers - Introduction and Overview2
Introduction to Waveguides, Antennas, and Electromagnetic Compatibility
Introduction to Waveguides, Antennas, and Electromagnetic CompatibilityVL3
Introduction to Waveguides, Antennas, and Electromagnetic Compatibility2
Electrical Power Systems I: Introduction to Electrical Power Systems
Electrical Power Systems I: Introduction to Electrical Power SystemsVL3
Electrical Power Systems I: Introduction to Electrical Power Systems2
26
27
Physics for Engineers (part 2)
Physics-Lab for ETPR1
28
29
30
Non-technical Courses for Bachelors (from catalogue) - 6LP

The choice of courses from the catalogue is flexible (depends on the semestral work load), provided the necessary number of required credits is reached.