Bachelor in
Electronic Engineering
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
When, during the three years, you will approach the various topics?
  • During the first year you will acquire the basic skills that are common to all the Engineering programs and preparatory for Electronic Engineering.
  • During the second year you will start with the basic Electronic engineering courses studying devices, components and circuits that are the basis of all structures and systems used in Electronics
  • During the third year you will delve into the heart of analogue and digital electronics, of electromagnetic fields, of electronic measurement and programming of circuit boards.

What applications will open up with the study of Electronics?
  • Photon systems, lasers, fibre optics for fast communication and low power consumption.
  • Optimized circuits and programs of "embedded systems" such as tablets and smartphones to communicate and process.
  • Circuits and systems used for "home automation", in a sustainable and energy-smart home.
  • Nano-technologies of the future used to build next generation super-fast computer systems.
  • Microprocessors and integrated architectures used in super computers and in advanced data processing systems.
  • Electronic systems for the transmission and reception of data for communications systems.
  • Nano-biotechnology, devices and sensors for biomedical systems and structures with low environmental impact.
  • Electronic systems used in robots for industrial automation, for home automation (domotics), for automotive and aerospace automation.
  • Measurement and calibration systems used in both industrial equipment and biomedical applications.
What methods and tools?
  • You will have a solid and general foundation to help you grow, to specialize and expand in all fields of Electronics without risking being swept away by progress;
  • you'll learn not only to pose problems, but to solve them, and to optimize their solutions;
  • you will have cross curricular skills that will give you access to other fields of Engineering.
In most of the courses in the second year and in all courses of the third:
  • you will access laboratories laboratories;
  • you will experiment what is studied in class;
  • you will work on tangible projects to understand and experience the real world.
There are many workshops available, and they are specialized and up to date on the subjects of the degree program.
I laboratori a disposizione sono numerosi, sono specializzati e aggiornati alle discipline del corso di laurea.

At the end of the third year:
  • you can approach the working world through an internship;
  • you can work in big consolidated companies or in young and innovative companies;
  • you will use instrumentation used in real applications.
Italian or English?
English is an opportunity, not a hurdle.
The degree program in Electronic Engineering is entirely Italian, with specific courses that can be followed in English. Students who are interested  in an entirely English program can choose the degree in Electronic and Communication Engineering: a modern program, aimed at providing the foundations of modern electronic technology, information and communication.
At the end of the three years, students will indeed be able to normally discuss technical issues in English,  ready for the challenges of the global world. 
  • Many of your fellow students will be foreigners, so you will be able to experience a multicultural environment  
  • During the three-year period, thanks to the dual degree programs, you can plan a study period abroad in France (Lyon) and in China (Shanghai)
  • And you'll have open options to enrol in dual specialization degree programs in the United States (Chicago / Atlanta), France (Paris / Nice), Germany (Monaco), Australia (Queensland), China (Harbin / Beijin), Japan (Tokyo) and several universities in South America.
And then what?
  • You can directly enter the working world with the skills that you have acquired over the years. Look at the statistics of AlmaLaurea for more information.
or else
  • If you want to boost your professional knowledge you can enrol directly in the Master of Science in Electrical Engineering, or in Communications and Computer Networks Engineering which you can attend, depending on the specializations, either in Italian or in English, with the option of pursuing a double degree, or you can plan a period abroad (a semester or your thesis) through the Erasmus programs.¿
  • You will therefore have all the skills necessary to place yourself in any work environment.
alternatively
 If you prefer to stay in touch with the research community you can stay on and get a a Ph.D.