study programme


Faculty: FEKTAbbreviation: TECO-GAcad. year: 2019/2020

Type of study programme: Master's

Study programme code: N2662

Degree awarded: Ing.

Specific admission requirements

Condition for admitting is obtaining a bachelor's degree.

Key learning outcomes

Occupational profiles of graduates with examples

The graduates of the magister degree TELECOMMUNICATIONS (TEC) has a profound knowledge of the telecommunications theory, design, construction, application and measurement of electronic circuits, systems and signal processing in diverse areas of light-current electronics with a strong orientation towards radio communications. Their knowledge ranges from low-frequency, high-frequency and microwave technology to optical waves, from analogue and digital circuits, signals and systems, to microprocessor and microcomputer circuits and systems. The graduates are qualified in radio electronics, radio communication and navigation – stationary, mobile, terrestrial and satellite systems, instrumentation electronics, sound and video technology, the creation, analysis and processing of multimedia signals and data. Thanks to a profound knowledge of theory and a broad scope of applications-oriented study high adaptability of graduates to specific requirements of their future professions is ensured, also in other areas of electronics and electrical engineering. The graduates find employment in research, development, construction and operation of highly sophisticated light-current electronic appliances used broadly, above all in communication and navigation services and systems, in radio, television and other electronic media services. In all these areas, they can also assume higher executive and management positions.

Access to further studies

The graduates may continue in a doctoral study programme.

Examination regulations, assessment and grading

Graduation requirements

diploma thesis, final state examination

Mode of study

full-time study

Programme supervisor

ECTS departmental co-ordinator


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