|Nominal duration||2 years (123 ECTS)|
|Awards||MSc (Master Degree of Engineering Science in Electronics)|
|Accreditation||31.05.2013 - 30.05.2019; Accreditation certificate No 318|
|Tuition fee||€3,900.00 per year|
|Application fee||€150.00 one-time|
Undergraduate diploma (or higher)
Degree required: Bachelor Degree of Engineering Science in Electrical Science
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English / Russian.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
You must take the original entry qualification documents along with you when you finally go to the university.
Non-native English speakers are requested to present a copy of Baltic Center Test/TOEFL/IELTS/TOEIC/PTE Academic/Cambridge English test score report.
The score of the BALTIC CENTER test should be at least B2
Every student should pass the interview in the Representative office of Baltic Center or on Skype before receiving the final admission. More details will be provided during the application.
FACULTY OF ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS
The academic Master programme Electronics has orientation on training of the students for continuation of studies at the Doctoral programme as well as for work in all enterprises and organisations where highly educated specialists in electronics are needed.
The programme consists of compulsory subjects which are taught to the extent necessary for deeper understanding of the courses in the major.
The latter cover sufficiently large spectrum of different areas of electronics (courses of compulsory choice).
From the list offered one can chose those necessary for students’ further career.
Particular attention at the programme is paid to the theory of electronics, to experiment techniques, to problems of design of electrical circuits and devices. A student may get acquainted with the programme approved by the Senate of RTU and respective semester plans at the website of RTU www.rtu.lv in the section “Studies”.
The programme ends with the elaboration of Master Thesis and its defence.
A Compulsory study courses 33.0 CP (49.5 ECTS)
Elements of Solid-State Electronics
Simulation of Functional and Logical Circuits
Integrated Devices and Their Applications
Microwave Devices and Equipment
Methods of Radio System Analysis
Signals and Systems
Electromagnetic Compatibility: Components and Applications
Data Transmission in Wireless Sensor Networks
B Compulsory elective study courses 23.0 CP (34.5 ECTS)
B1 Field-specific study course 19.0 CP (28.5 ECTS)
Digital and Mixed Circuit Simulation
Methods and Problems of Electrodynamics
Transducers in Electronics
Designing Data Bases
Design of Transmitters
Reception of Radio Signals
Transformation of Signals in Radioelectronical Systems
Random Processes in Electronic Communications and Signal Processing
Principles of Scientific and Technical Experiments
Integrated Circuit Design. Part 1
Application of Signal Processors
Power Supply in Electronics
Integrated Circuit Design. Part 2
Signal Processing in Heterogeneous Systems Containing FPGA
Software Defined Radio
B2 Humanities and social sciences study courses 4.0 CP (6.0 ECTS)
E Final examination 20.0 CP (30.0 ECTS)
Electronics is the technology associated with electronic circuits and systems, and is one of the major branches of electrical engineering.
Electronics engineers use scientific knowledge of the behaviour and effects of electrons to design, develop and test components, devices, systems or equipment that use electricity as part of their source of power. These components include capacitors, diodes, resistors and transistors.
Electronics engineers usually work in cross-functional project teams with colleagues in other branches of engineering.
Work can be found in a variety of areas as electronics are used in many things including:
radio and satellite communication;
Subfields of electronic engineering include: