## Undergraduate study programme

## Electrical Engineering and Information Technology

### Display courses

*Semester 1 *

ECTS **5** /
P Lecture **30** /
A Practice **30** /
L Lab **0** /
K **0**

ECTS **6** /
P Lecture **30** /
A Practice **30** /
L Lab **15** /
K **0**

ECTS **3** /
P Lecture **30** /
A Practice **0** /
L Lab **0** /
K **15**

*Sum of ECTS credits 30*

Fakultativni predmeti

*Semester 2 *

ECTS **6** /
P Lecture **30** /
A Practice **30** /
L Lab **0** /
K **0**

ECTS **6** /
P Lecture **45** /
A Practice **30** /
L Lab **15** /
K **0**

*Sum of ECTS credits 30*

Fakultativni predmeti

*Semester 3 , elective block EE*

ECTS **6** /
P Lecture **45** /
A Practice **15** /
L Lab **15** /
K **0**

*Sum of ECTS credits 30*

*Semester 3, elective block KI*

ECTS **6** /
P Lecture **30** /
A Practice **15** /
L Lab **30** /
K **0**

*Sum of ECTS credits 30*

Fakultativni predmeti

*Semester 4 , elective block EE*

ECTS **5.5** /
P Lecture **45** /
A Practice **15** /
L Lab **15** /
K **0**

*Sum of ECTS credits 30*

*Semester 4, elective block KI*

*Sum of ECTS credits 30*

*Semester 5 , elective block EE*

ECTS **7** /
P Lecture **45** /
A Practice **15** /
L Lab **15** /
K **0**

ECTS **7** /
P Lecture **45** /
A Practice **15** /
L Lab **15** /
K **0**

*Sum of ECTS credits 30*

*Semester 5, elective block KI*

*Sum of ECTS credits 30*

*Semester 6 , elective block EE*

ECTS **5** /
P Lecture **30** /
A Practice **0** /
L Lab **15** /
K **0**

*Sum of ECTS credits 30*

*Semester 6, elective block KI*

*Sum of ECTS credits 30*

After completing the Undergraduate university study programme in electrical engineering at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology Osijek, students acquire the necessary knowledge and skills to apply their knowledge of mathematics, physics, computing, science and engineering to electrical engineering, as well as practical knowledge to conduct experiments, and analyse and interpret measurement results. Engineers of this profile acquire a wide range of theoretical knowledge applicable to a variety of engineering fields which enables them to continue their studies in a number of graduate study programmes in electrical engineering and related fields. They are able to carry out analyses and make relevant conclusions, whereby they select and apply appropriate techniques and modern engineering software tools, especially in the area of electronics, electrical engineering and control of electrical machines. Such theoretical foundation enables students to understand and adopt new techniques and technological changes, which lays a firm foundation for lifelong learning.

- Elective module Power Engineering

Upon completion of the undergraduate university study programme in Electrical Engineering, branch Power Engineering, students will be able to:

- using basic mathematical and physical knowledge, construct a model for solving engineering problems and a model for evaluating experimental results in the fields of electrical/computer engineering;
- create a project plan using appropriate project planning and management tools and techniques;
- apply basic economic knowledge and skills to solve business problems;
- apply formal and terminological expressions and phrases in both written and oral general and business communication in Croatian and in a foreign language;
- analyse the operating conditions of different types of electrical machines, perform electrical and mechanical measurements;
- analyse design and modes of operation of different types of converters in industrial plants;
- solve (non) linear and time-(in)variant power networks, conduct electrical measurements in the network and evaluate the obtained results;
- solve simpler problems in steady-state electric and magnetic fields and in electric circuits;
- design and evaluate digital circuits based on defined functionalities and features;
- develop one's own software solutions by applying operation principles and technologies for developing computer and software systems;
- develop a model and simulate a specific system by applying the principles and mechanisms of modelling and simulation, signals and systems theory;
- analyse different types of energy transformations from primary to useful forms of energy and the impact of these transformations on the environment and climate change;
- evaluate the basic aspects of electricity generation, transmission, distribution and consumption;
- analyse and distinguish between different types of communication networks, and the physical and logical structure of modern wired and wireless communication networks.

- Elective module Communications and Informatics

Upon completion of the undergraduate university study programme in Electrical Engineering, branch Communications and Informatics, students will be able to:

- using basic mathematical and physical knowledge, construct a model for solving engineering problems and a model for evaluating experimental results in the fields of electrical/computer engineering;
- create a project plan using appropriate project planning and management tools and techniques;
- apply basic economic knowledge and skills to solve business problems;
- apply formal and terminological expressions and phrases in both written and oral general and business communication in Croatian and in a foreign language;
- solve (non) linear and time-(in)variant power networks, conduct electrical measurements in the network and evaluate the obtained results;
- solve simpler problems in steady-state electric and magnetic fields and in electric circuits;
- design and evaluate digital circuits based on defined functionalities and features;
- develop one's own software solutions by applying operation principles and technologies for developing computer and software systems;
- analyse and evaluate the functionality and efficiency of one’s own software solution;
- develop a model and simulate a specific system by applying the principles and mechanisms of modelling and simulation, signals and systems theory;
- analyse and distinguish between different types of communication networks, and the physical and logical structure of modern wired and wireless communication networks;
- design amplifiers for a defined frequency band and amplification amount and perform an analysis of their operation;
- define basic concepts in the field of information theory;
- analyse the structure and protocol stack in modern communication networks.

## Computer Engineering

### Display courses

*Semester 1 *

ECTS **5** /
P Lecture **30** /
A Practice **30** /
L Lab **0** /
K **0**

ECTS **6** /
P Lecture **30** /
A Practice **30** /
L Lab **15** /
K **0**

ECTS **3** /
P Lecture **30** /
A Practice **0** /
L Lab **0** /
K **15**

*Sum of ECTS credits 30*

Fakultativni predmeti

*Semester 2 *

ECTS **6** /
P Lecture **30** /
A Practice **30** /
L Lab **0** /
K **0**

ECTS **6** /
P Lecture **45** /
A Practice **30** /
L Lab **15** /
K **0**

*Sum of ECTS credits 30*

Fakultativni predmeti

*Semester 3 *

ECTS **6** /
P Lecture **30** /
A Practice **15** /
L Lab **30** /
K **0**

*Sum of ECTS credits 30*

Fakultativni predmeti

*Semester 4 *

*Sum of ECTS credits 30*

*Semester 5 *

*Sum of ECTS credits 30*

*Semester 6 *

*Sum of ECTS credits 30*

After completing the Undergraduate university study programme in computer engineering at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology Osijek, students acquire the necessary knowledge and skills to apply their knowledge of mathematics, physics, computing, science and engineering to computer and electrical engineering, as well as practical knowledge to conduct experiments, and analyse and interpret measurement results.

Engineers of this profile acquire a wide range of theoretical knowledge applicable to a variety of engineering fields which enables them to continue their studies in a number of graduate study programmes in computer and electrical engineering and related fields. They are able to carry out analyses and make relevant conclusions, whereby they select and apply appropriate techniques and modern engineering software tools, especially in the area of electronics, information and communication technology, industry, trade and public sector.

Such theoretical foundation enables students to understand and adopt new techniques and technological changes, which lays a firm foundation for lifelong learning.

Upon completion of the undergraduate university study programme in Computer Engineering, students will be able to:

- using basic mathematical and physical knowledge, construct a model for solving engineering problems and a model for evaluating experimental results in the fields of electrical/computer engineering;
- create a project plan using appropriate project planning and management tools and techniques;
- apply basic economic knowledge and skills to solve business problems;
- apply formal and terminological expressions and phrases in both written and oral general and business communication in Croatian and in a foreign language;
- solve simpler problems in steady-state electric and magnetic fields and in electric circuits;
- design and evaluate digital circuits based on defined functionalities and features;
- develop and verify microprocessor and microcontroller systems and related software support by using development tools and environments based on defined requests;
- apply the principles of algorithmic thinking, complexity analysis and mathematical logic, set, graph and network theory to develop and analyse one’s own software solutions;
- develop one's own system and application software solutions by applying operating system mechanisms, principles, technologies and forms of procedural and object-oriented programming;
- develop one's own software solutions for relational databases which include enquiries, transactions, functions, procedures and views;
- analyse and evaluate the functionality and efficiency of one’s own software solution;
- develop a model and simulate a specific system by applying the principles and mechanisms of modelling and simulation, signals and systems theory;
- develop one's own software solutions by applying working principles and technologies for developing computer and programming systems;
- define basic concepts in the field of information theory and analyse the structure and protocol stack in modern communication networks.