Course of Study Electrical Engineering (Study Cohort w18)

Sample course plan E  Master Electrical Engineering (ETMS)
Specialisation Control and Power Systems
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Core qualification CompulsorySpecialisation CompulsoryFocus CompulsoryThesis Compulsory
Core qualification Elective CompulsorySpecialisation Elective CompulsoryFocus Elective CompulsoryInterdisciplinary complement
LP
Semester 1FormHrs/wk
Semester 2FormHrs/wk
Semester 3FormHrs/wk
Semester 4FormHrs/wk
1
Digital Communications
Digital CommunicationsVL2
Digital Communications1
Laboratory Digital CommunicationsPR1
Numerical Treatment of Ordinary Differential Equations
Numerical Treatment of Ordinary Differential EquationsVL2
Numerical Treatment of Ordinary Differential EquationsUE2
Research Project in Control and Power Systems
Master Thesis
2
3
4
5
6
7
Microwave Engineering
Microwave EngineeringVL2
Microwave Engineering2
Microwave EngineeringPR1
Optimal and Robust Control
Optimal and Robust ControlVL2
Optimal and Robust ControlUE2
Industrial Process Automation
Industrial Process AutomationVL2
Industrial Process AutomationUE2
8
9
10
11
12
13
Microsystem Engineering
Microsystem EngineeringVL2
Microsystem EngineeringPBL2
Electrical Power Systems III
Electrical Power Systems IIIVL2
Electrical Power Systems III1
Seminar on Electromagnetic Compatibility and Electrical Power Systems
Seminar on Electromagnetic Compatibility and Electrical Power SystemsSE2
14
15
Advanced Topics in Control
Advanced Topics in ControlVL2
Advanced Topics in ControlUE2
16
17
18
19
Control Systems Theory and Design
Control Systems Theory and DesignVL2
Control Systems Theory and DesignUE2
20
21
22
23
24
25
Electrical Power Systems II
Electrical Power Systems IIVL2
Electrical Power Systems II2
26
27
28
29
30
Business & Management (from catalogue) - 6LP
Nontechnical Elective Complementary Courses for Master (from catalogue) - 6LP
Technical Complementary Course for ETMS (according to Subject Specific Regulations) - 12LP

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