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Electronics Engineering

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What is the objective of the course? What is it?
What does it train you for?

The Bachelor Degree program in Electronics Engineering at the University of Palermo, with the benefit of more than 60 years of history, provides students with all the key knowledge and skills required to become a successful engineer, with the solid scientific and technological background needed to design, realize and employ electronic devices, circuits and systems. By performing laboratory activities, graduates will also acquire the multidisciplinary skills required today in the following fields: Smart Cities, Internet-of-Things, Big Data, Industry 4.0, secure broadband telecommunications networks, electric and intelligent vehicles, domotics, mechatronics, robotics, and diagnostic medicine.

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What do you learn?

The program offers an interdisciplinary training course organized across 3 years and 4 different curricula (Modern Electronics, Electronics for Robotics and Mechatronics, Internet Technologies and Biomedical Information Technologies). During the 1st year, students acquire the fundamentals of Mathematics, Physics and Information Engineering, and afterwards they study disciplines specifically related to Electronics. Depending on the curriculum, during the 3rd year, students focus on electronic circuits design, or Internet-of-Things and telecommunications networks, or the modelling and control of robotic platforms, or biomedical diagnostic equipment and signal analysis methods.

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What can you do with it?

Thanks to the skills acquired, graduates can access the workplace or continue with the Master Degree program in Electronics Engineering in Palermo. Job opportunities are widespread and varied (large industry, small and medium-sized enterprises, public and private research institutions) depending on the curriculum chosen, and range from the design, development, and production of electronic devices and systems, to the design, production and maintenance of telecommunications systems, the design, production, management and use of biomedical sensors, equipment and medical software, and the design and control of robotic platforms in the automotive, nautical or avionic field.