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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 Master Degree program in Electronics Engineering aims to train professional figures with a solid preparation in the following fields: electronics, electrical and electronics measurements, telecommunications, automation, and bioelectronics. The Master Degree graduates during the Course carry out several laboratory activities to acquire skills in the fields of micro/nano electronics, electronic design (also at radiofrequency), electronics for industry, energy and automotive, ICT systems, bioelectronics, domotics and robotics. The Degree program also offers students the possibility to enroll in highly specialized training courses in cooperation with prestigious companies (e.g. TIM and STMicroelectronics).

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What do you learn?

The program offers a training program entirely taught in English and organized in 4 different curricula (Modern Electronics, Telecommunications, Electronics for Robotics and Mechatronics, and Bioelectronics). The course is structured into some common subjects ranging from applied electronics, electronic programmable systems, electronics measurements, microwave electronics, and afterwards in disciplines specifically related to the chosen curriculum, e.g. optoelectronics and nanoelectronics, or mobile networks and wireless systems, or control systems for automotive and industrial robotics, or IoT for biomedical applications and statistical analysis of biosignals.

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What can you do with it?

Thanks to the acquired knowledge and skills and given the wide range of job opportunities on offer, all the graduates in Electronics Engineering usually find employment in a short time and have excellent prospects for growth and pay. Graduates can enrol to second-level Master or Ph.D. courses at universities or find a job in public and private research institutions, or otherwise in large, small and medium-sized enterprises. The job opportunities depend on the curriculum chosen, and include the design, development and realization of electronic devices and systems, network systems, control and automation systems, and the production, management and use of biomedical sensors, equipment and software.