Master’s Degree in Communications and Electronization for Renewable Energy Sources
Faculty: Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering
Professional Qualification: Master of Engineering
Mode of Study: part-time
The Masters of Communications and Electronization for Renewable Energy Sources can become leaders of projects for exploitation of renewable energy sources, investors control bodies during the construction or RES centrals, energy management experts, managers of the exploitation and management of RES centrals, etc. This specialty provides a wide range of knowledge and skills in the field of energetics, electrotechnics, electronics and communications, the legislation on the introduction of small and big RES centrals, etc.
Requirements and Length of Study:
Graduates in professional fields 5.3. Communication and Computer Technology, 5.2. Electrotechnics, Electronics and Automation study for two semesters (one academic year) and write a Master’s thesis. The bachelors in professional fields 4.6. Informatics and Computer Science, 5.1. Machine Engineering and 5.13. General Engineering, as well as the professional bachelors in fields: 5.3. Communication and Computer Technology can enroll in the Programme after passing a foundation (preparatory) module of subjects.
Admission is based on a Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree Diploma.