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Following labor market demand and changes in various professions and industries, TSI updates study programs that meet the industry demand!
The new bachelor’s program COMPUTER ENGINEERING combines the fields of electronics, computer networks and IT to develop the necessary skills and competences demanded by the 4th and 5th Industrial Revolutions.
Awarded academic degree: Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics and Automation*
Specializations (option to choose in the 2nd study year):
Embedded Electronics Systems
Telecommunication Systems and Computer Networks
Complete study program volume: 160 CP | 240 ECTS
Possible forms of education and study languages:
- Full-time – 4 academic years (English, Latvian)
- Part-time – 5 academic years (English, Latvian)
Enrolment requirements: a document of general secondary education (general or special)
*Accreditation of the study direction is currently underway, but the joint evaluation opinion of the experts’ group has already been received, in which all bachelor’s and master’s programmes have been evaluated positively. The Final Statement and the Summary of Accreditation Actions will be received no later than 31.12.2023.
“The creation and offer of study programmes are determined by the needs of the labour market, and they are directly related to the demand of the industry – as technology develops, the set of knowledge required for the full use of technology and further development changes. Currently, it is impossible to separate electronic equipment and systems from programming, so the industry needs specialists who are equally well versed in electronic equipment and systems and their programming.”
Director of the Programme
About the Programme
Today’s technology industry offers ready-to-use standardized products, the combination and programming of which is the main task of a computer engineer.
In the development process of the study programme professionals from the industry took part, who especially emphasized that professional electronics specialists are needed, but much more needed are those who understand well how one or another device works, and at the same time know how to combine, integrate and program them, creating a unique functional product from standardized devices.
The study programme includes following study courses:
Automation of Building Engineering Systems
Control programs Design for Industrial Robots
Design of Automated Systems
Development of Automated Industrial Systems
Digital Telecommunication Systems Technologies
Embedded Systems Design
Internet of Things Engineering
Mobile and Satellite Telecommunication Systems
Wireless Communications and much more.
Lectures are taught by both professors with very deep academic knowledge and industry specialists, who talk in depth about possible problems in the industry and ways to solve them, allowing you to look at various things through the prism of the real work environment. It allows students to analyze the operating principles of embedded and telecommunication systems of various complexity, modern computer networks and industrial automation processor systems, as well as to effectively solve various project and production technological tasks using processors and electronic equipment.
Besides the theory, the programme also includes many practical lessons: students individually or in groups develop new functional devices for embedded electronic and telecommunication systems, computer networks and industrial automation systems. By combining academic and practical knowledge, young specialists, and future graduates of the programme, will be professionally prepared for real life and the Latvian and international labor market.
|Full time||Part time||Distance learning|
|Duration||4 years||5 years|
|Tuition fee EUR/year||3500 EUR||3500 EUR|
|Tuition fee for applicants from 🇱🇻 🇱🇹 🇪🇪 🇺🇦 EUR/year after tuition fee waiver*||2700 EUR||2200 EUR|
** If the tuition fee of the semester is divided into monthly payments (5 payments), the amount of the tuition fee increases by 100 euro per semester.
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