Computerised Control of Electrical Technologies
Faculty of Power and Electrical Engineering
A previously unimagined growth in the number of computer systems in the manufacturing industry sector worldwide requires that a new generation of highly qualified professionals are required to exploit emerging computer-based technologies and implement these in order to maximise the benefits from power and electrical engineering.
Around the world, the task of controlling electrical devices is one of understanding and administrating exceedingly complex control systems in order to ensure continuous and sustainable operation.
RTU is providing students with the professional skills needed to enter a successful career in the field of Computerised control as a highly trained specialist with the foreknowledge of new technology development and industry trends.
This Masters’ study programme provides a blend of knowledge from electrical and computer science, building upon the solid foundation achieved during Bachelor studies.
- Interacting Openly: At our faculties, interaction is encouraged between student-faculty-industry and through open interaction and discussion by established and growing minds, great things can be created and conceived. This is especially important for Masters Students when honing their interaction abilities.
- Revision: The programme is annually revised according to new trends and demands in society and the field of Computer Control.
There is little value in providing a list of prospective career opportunities due to the unavoidable truth that behind every technological device in use today (including the devices themselves), there is a manufacturing process, control processes, an operational process and maintenance upgrade process which requires highly qualified personnel, able to control, maintain and ensure uninterrupted service.
Bachelor of Engineering Science in Electrical Sciences
|Degree awarded:||Master of Engineering Sciences in Electrical Science|
|Academic volume:||81 CP / 120ECTS|
|Duration:||2 years (full-time)|
|Faculty:||Power and Electrical Engineering|
A COMPULSORY COURSES 43 CP/ 64.5 ECTS
|EEP584||Theory of Electronic Converters of Electrical Energy||4.0||6.0|
|EEP585||Simulation of Electrical Processes||5.0||7.5|
|EEP572||The Control Systems of Power Electronics Equipment||5.0||7.5|
|EEP570||Elements of Automatics||9.0||13.5|
|EEP433||Automated Electrical Drive||3.0||4.5|
|EEP524||Design of Power Electronics Systems||3.0||4.5|
|EEP504||Microprocessors – based Automation Systems||3.0||4.5|
|EEP582||Control Technique with Microprocessor Controllers||3.0||4.5|
|EEP583||Industrial Frequency Converters and Inverters||2.0||3.0|
|IDA700||Basics of Occupational Safety||1.0||1.5|
B LIMITED CHOICE 14.0 CP / 21.0 ECTS
B1 Specialized courses 10.0 CP/ 15.0 ECTS
|EEP408||Automated Electro Technological Processes||2.0||3.0|
|EEP430||Industrial Programmable Control Systems||2.0||3.0|
|EEP342||Application of Computers in Electrical Equipment Design||2.0||3.0|
|EEP319||Methods of Analysis and Calculation of Electronic Circuits||2.0||3.0|
|EEP458||Typical Electrical Drive||5.0||7.5|
|EEP581||Electro-Magnetic Compatibility in Industrial Electronic Equipment||2.0||3.0|
|EEP453||Industrial Electronic Equipment||4.0||6.0|
|EEP345||Unconventional Systems of Energy Conversion and Accumulation||3.0||4.5|
|EES162||High Voltage Engineering||3.0||4.5|
B2 Humanities and social sciences 4.0 CP/ 6.0 ECTS
C Free Choice Courses 4.0 CP/ 6.0 ECTS
E Final Examination 20.0 CP/ 30.0 ECTS