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Syllabus and course guides

The degree in Industrial Electronics and Automation Engineering has its teaching contents structured in the following modules:

DEEGRE STRUCTURE CREDITS
Basic training subjects (FB) 66
Compulsory subjects (B) 120
Optional subjects (O) 24
Internships 15
Bachelor’s thesis 15
TOTAL CREDITS 240

Teaching offer

EPS’ subject codes: Offer and limits

Course guide

Subject programme

1st COURSE (60 ECTS)
Code Subject Type Semester Credits
102104 Physics 1 FB 1 6
102101 Calculus FB 1 9
102106 Graphic Expression 1 FB 1 9
102107 Chemistry FB 1 6
102105 Physics 2 FB 2 6
102100 Linear Algebra FB 2 6
102108 Business Management B 2 6
102109 Computer Science Basics FB 2 6
102113 Materials Science FB 2 6

 

2nd COURSE (60 ECTS)
Code Subject Type Semester Credits
102102 Numerical Methods B 1 6
102110 Theory of Mechanisms B 1 6
102111 Thermal Engineering 1 B 1 6
102116 Electrical Engineering Basics B 1 6
102118 Environmental Technologies and Sustainability B 1 6
102103 Statistical Methods B 2 6
102112 Fluid Mechanics FB 2 6
102114 Electronic Engineering Basics B 2 6
102115 Industrial Automation FB 2 6
102128 Circuit Theory B 2 6

 

3rd COURSE (60 ECTS)
Code Subject Type Semester Credits
102117 Organization of Production B 1 6
102120 Digital Electronics B 1 6
102121 Signals and Systems B 1 6
102124 Basics of the Control Theory B 1 6
102123 Analogue Electronics B 1 6
102122 Power Electronics B 2 6
102125 Discrete Processes B 2 6
102126 Industrial Instrumentation B 2 6
102127 Control and Robotics System Design B 2 6
102129 Industrial Computing O 2 6

 

4th COURSE (60 ECTS)
Code Subject Type Semester Credits
102139 Internship B 1 15
102119 Technical Projects O 1 6
  Optative 1 O 1 6
 101434 Cross-Curricular Subject B 1 6
102140 Bachelor Thesis B 2 15
  Optative 2 O 2 6
  Optative 3 O 2 6

Optative subjects

Corequisite

A subject becomes the corequisite of another one when for processing the enrolment of the second one you need to enrol in the first one or have it passed.
In this document you can find the corequisites of the optional bachelor’s degree subjects.
 

Academic framework

The Academic framework of bachelor’s degrees is a document which establishes general bases for the organization of the undergraduate teaching.
 

Bachelor’s degree contents

The modules that structure this degree are divided into subjects with a number of contents which characterize the bachelor’s degree in Industrial Electronics and Automation Engineering.