All of the programmes under the Study Board for Electronics and Information Technology consist of four semesters. The first semester is a common Introductory Semester followed by three semesters consisting of a chosen specialization.
The purposes of the introductory semester are:
- To give the foreign students an understanding of the problem-based learning method used at AAU.
- To give the foreign students a solid experience with project work in relation to ways of presenting problems within the areas: Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, together with the corresponding documentation (report writing).
- To give the foreign students sufficient knowledge in specific areas in relation to their choice of specialisation.
- To ensure that the foreign students achieve a sufficient professional level required to proceed with their chosen specialisation.
In connection with the project unit, courses in Matlab, C-programming, introduction to IT-infra structure, English, techniques for project word report and communication are held. Furthermore, courses with a common platform to the specialisations are held depending upon need.
- Statistics II
- Introduction to Stochastic Processes
- Digital Signal Processing
- Statistical Signal Processing
- Communication on Noisy Channels
- Project Organized Problem Based Learning
- English Communication
- Matlab Programming (Free Study Activity)
The evaluation of the introductory semester includes an entrance examination to the following 3-semester specialization.
B.Sc. in Electronic Engineering or equivalent, English proficiency test (IELTS test) - minimum scores required: 6.5.