The Electronics specialisation

Infomation about the programme structure and courses for the Electronics specialisation

1st semester

  • Network
  • Electronics
  • Programming
  • Microprocessor
  • Business
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In the first part of the first semester, you will work on basic themes from the Network specialisation.

Courses:

  • Networks 
  • Operating systems 
  • Computer architecture

In the second part of the first semester, you will work on basic themes from the Electronics specialisation

Courses:

  • Electronics 
  • Microprocessors

2nd semester

  • Electronics
  • Microprocessor
  • Programming
  • Business
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On the second semester you will work on further themes from the Electronics specialisation where you will be able to immerse yourself further into the selected specialisation. There will be one theme week on digital technologies and one theme week on embedded systems.

Courses:

  • Digital technology 
  • Microprocessor technology 
  • Programming  

3rd semester

  • Electronics
  • Wireless communication
  • Signal processing
  • Electives
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During the first part of the third semester, you will work on further themes from the Electronics specialisation where you will be able to immerse yourself further into the selected specialisation.

Courses:

  • Analogue technology 
  • Signal treatment 
  • Wireless communication

Specialisations
The second part of the third semester is meant for further specialisation within your field of study. Usually, the elective elements consist of 2-3 elective modules. You will prepare an individual specialisation plan containing a preliminary description of the subjects you want to work on in your specialisation. The school offers a number of elective modules based on student specialisation plans.

Then, students will work out their final specialisation plans, which must contain a detailed description of their selected subjects and an outline of the activities (including elective modules) that will be part of their specialisation. Students must also prepare a time schedule outlining the course of the specialisation and the elective modules included in it. The description of the course of the specialisation must be approved by the institution.

The subject(s) must go further in depth or be wider in scope than the ones already included on the programme.

4th semester

  • Internship
  • Thesis 
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Internship​
The internship will take place in a company where you will work on relevant issues.

Final examination project
The final examination project will add the finishing touch to your study programme. Your final examination project work must show that you can treat a complex, practice-related problem in connection with a specific task within your field of study. You will collaborate with a company on defining the problem you will be working on.

Examples of final examination projects:

  • Weather station with GSM 
  • CDT (Current Diagnostic Tool) 
  • PC function generator 
  • RFID technology – now and in the future 
  • Surveillance of commercial refrigerators 
  • Exercise computer 
  • Wind speed regulation for noise measurement 
  • Test image generator 
  • Switch mode power supply 
  • PWM motor control 
  • Teletext decoder 
  • Frequency scanner 
  • Telephone operated garage door opener 
  • Digital dual axis solid state accelerometer 
  • Dog tracer 
  • µ-Ohm meter

Contact Student Advisor

Jesper Michael Kristensen
Student Advisor

+45 72 69 15 92
jmkr@ucn.dk

Entry Requirements - Danish B and C Level

Specific requirements and selection criteria

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Admission
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