1st Cycle Academic Study Programme in Electrical Engineering

Length of the study programme: 3 years.
Number of ECTS credits of the study programme: 180.

Study programme options:

  • Control Engineering,
  • Electronics,
  • Power Engineering and Mechatronics,
  • Information and Communication Technologies.

Study programme modules (modules are elective in the Year 3 summer semester regardless of the study programme option):

  • Module A
  • Module B
  • Module C
  • Module D
  • Module E

Professional title conferred:
diplomirani inženir elektrotehnike (UN) / diplomirana inženirka elektrotehnike (UN)*
The abbreviated form of the title in both cases is dipl. inž. el. (UN).

* Female graduates take the latter title.


On completion of this programme, it is expected that students will be able to:

  • Identify, define, understand and analyse problems in the field of electrical engineering and in other related engineering fields.
  • Find economical solutions for engineering challenges by utilizing advanced engineering principles, methodologies and tools.
  • Design, implement, validate and deploy a component, a device, or a system to meet requirements, taking into account safety regulations and professional, environmental and social responsibility.
  • Apply state of-the-art ICT in proposed engineering solutions.
  • Comprehend contemporary issues in electrical engineering practice and understand the effects of engineering solutions in wider context.
  • Effectively communicate (in writing and orally) with the engineering community and with society at large.
  • Work efficiently as an individual or in teams of experts and in multi-disciplinary settings.
  • Independently track recent achievements in the field of electrical engineering and adopt new knowledge, undertaking lifelong learning.

The basic objectives of the programme are:

  • to offer high-quality knowledge in electrical engineering,
  • to provide an excellent foundation for 2nd cycle study not only in electrical engineering but in any technical discipline,
  • to enable efficient entry to the labour market through employment and independent tracking of the most recent achievements,
  • to provide a good basis and incentive for further autonomous study within the framework of lifelong learning,
  • to enable mobility between related and other study programmes and to ensure Europe-wide comparability of the achieved education.

General competences obtained through the programme:

  • the ability to define, understand and creatively solve problems in the field of electrical engineering and in other fields,
  • critical thinking on the basis of analysis and synthesis,
  • professional, environmental and social responsibility,
  • active professional written and oral communication,
  • optimal use of ICT and its advancement,
  • independent tracking of the most recent achievements and acquisition of new knowledge,
  • teamwork with experts from various fields.

Lecture syllabus 1st Cycle Academic Study Programme in Electrical Engineering 2019-2020