University of Debrecen provides candidates with four Engineering programs:
1- Chemical Engineering, BSc
Objectives and Perspectives
Our objective is to train professionals who possess the general knowledge, technical intelligence, mastery of at least one foreign language, the basics of natural, social and engineering sciences, which are essential for the practice of the chosen profession.
It is likewise important that students acquire the most essential skills in technology and safety, environmental protection, management and social sciences. Concrete practical methods as well as the capability to apply acquired skills will help them to get accustomed to the professional requirements and standards of their future workplace. They will be capable of understanding/controlling production processes, preparing quality insurance and technical services and solving tasks regarding planning and development.
Through the learning of basic legal, economic and management skills, students will be trained to carry out projects concerning production and marketing. In addition, senior students will possess the necessary theoretical and practical expertise to solve problems appearing in the processes of the chemical and related industries, can furthermore plan and operate complex technological systems and carry out research and development tasks.
2- Electrical Engineering, BSc
Objectives and Perspectives
The aim of the Electrical Engineering BSc program is to provide a comprehensive education that prepares our students for a successful engineering practice and advanced studies. Students learn about the basic physical laws governing our environment, materials science and technology at macro- micro- and nanometer scales, as well as mathematics and informatics. They acquire practical knowledge in computer engineering and electronic technology, microelectronics and energy systems, optical materials and automation. Apart from basic and applied knowledge, students will be trained in e-commerce, planning, solving and managing problems efficiently. A solid basic education in the Electrical Engineering BSc program provides a foundation for a successful career in industry and prepares students for further studies in engineering and informatics.
During the first year the BSc program offers introductory and advanced courses of Mathematics, Physics, Informatics, Materials Science, Chemistry that provides a basis for the next step in Advanced Professional Module, where the accent is on the Electronics, Programming, Digital Technics, Automotion, Electricity and Magnetism, Measuring Technology and Energetic. Optional Professional Subjects are selected according to the two specializations (Infotechnology and Automotion) which start in the last three semesters: Photonics, Nanotechnology and Nanoelectronics, Digital Signal Processing, Electric Drives, Sensors, PLC, Power Electronics. The courses of Environmental Studies, Economics and Management, Civil Law and Intellectual Properties support the development of management skills. In the last three semesters students work in elective laboratories, have a four-week training at factories and make their thesis research, based on different research programs and co-operation with industrial partners.
The Institute of
Physics in Debrecen has about 40 staff
members. Half of them are professors and associate professors with fluent
English, with extensive educational and research experience. The Institute
is well equipped with physics, electronic and computer laboratories. We
emphasize quality in education and research by creating platforms for
learning and through targeted research excellence, for example in the
nanotechnology field. We have industry partners who participate in research
and educational programs, providing much needed input and resources with
positive impact on student training and strengthening research relationship.
Advanced students also have access to the resources of the nearby Institute
of Nuclear Research of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences with laboratories
and an excellent research library.
3- Software Engineering, BSc
Objectives and Perspectives
The aim of the program is to train IT professionals who, possessing the solid theoretical grounding necessary to further develop their skills over the long term, are capable of performing, at an advanced level, the typically software-oriented development, implementation and servicing tasks related to IT equipment and systems, working either independently or as part of a team. Participants in this course will also learn the interaction and modeling skills required to solve IT tasks in all main areas of application.
Subjects: Discrete Mathematics, Calculus, Introduction to Informatics, Logical Basics of Informatics, Automata and Formal Languages, Computer Architecture, Assembly Languages, Combinatorics and Probability Theory, Operating Systems, High Level Programming Languages, Data Structures and Algorithms, Computer Statistics, Database Systems, System Engineering, Introduction to Computer Graphics, Numerical Mathematics, Operation Research, Programming Environments, Programming Environments, Programming Technologies, Theory of Computing, Basics of Artificial Intelligence, Developing Database Systems, Translator Programs, Technology of System Development, Network Architectures and Protocols, Internet Tools and Services, Design and Analysis of Algorithms.
Compulsory vocational subjects of choice (16 credits)
Artificial Intelligence Languages, Knowledge-based Systems, Theory of Logical Programming, Selected Chapters in Artificial Intelligence, Developing Database Systems, OO Data Models, Advanced DBMS, Server Administration, High-Speed Local and Urban Networks, Actual Problems in Network Communication, Performance Evaluation of Networks, Computer Graphics, Graphical Systems, Spatial Informatics Systems, Multimedia, Theory of Information, Neural Networks.
4- System Engineering, BSc
Objectives and Perspectives
The aim of the program is to train IT engineers who have the skills needed to plan, develop and service technical installations that utilize IT-based solutions, especially with regard to technical and infrastructural systems and services, as well as their data and software systems. Students obtain practical engineering techniques associated with the installation and commissioning of IT infrastructure.
Advanced compulsory vocational subjects and optional vocational subjects are grouped into specializations. Students who select a particular specialization may only obtain the compulsory 40 credits from subjects associated with their chosen specialization.
Discrete Mathematics, Calculus, Logical Basics of Informatics, Introduction to Informatics, Computer Architectures, Physics, Electronics, Data Structures and Algorithms, High Level Programming Languages, Operating Systems, Practice in Electronics, Database Systems, Introduction to Computer Graphics, Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics, Signals and Systems, Network Architectures, Digital Technologies, Theory of Computing, Practice in Programming, Basics of Artificial Intelligence, Corporate Information Systems, Models of Information Systems, Basics of the Security in Informatics, Technology of Control, Models of Corporate Information Systems, Decision Support Systems.
Electives in Social Sciences
Economics, Economics of Enterprises, Law and State Studies, EU Studies, Management.
Telecommunication Systems, Performance Evaluation of Networks, Practice, Information and Coding Theory, Data Security, High-Speed Networks, Multimedia.
Measurement and Process Control
Methods of Simulation in Computer Systems, Technologies of Measurement, Practice, Sensors and Controllers, Computer Aided Measurement and Process Control, Microcontrollers, Technological Image Processing, DSP, Digital Signal Processing and Signal Processors.
Corporate IT Systems
Logistics, Quality and Reliability, Maintenance and Management, Production Management, Communication in Business, Practice, Management Information Systems, Informatics in Production, Law in Informatics, Office Automatization.
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