Master of Science (MSc) in Electronic Systems Design 2-years – Trondheim
Electronic Systems Design
Electronic Systems Design
Front page - about the programme
Front - about the programme (new)
What will you learn?
This master program is aimed at students with a Bachelor degree in electronics, telecommunications, computer science, robotics, physics or equivalent.
By choosing a 2-year master's programme in Electronic Systems Design, you will strengthen your professional expertise and gain access to a broader range, and more challenging jobs. You can specialize in fields that reach past areas usually associated with electronics. Here's what you'll learn in the programme.
Dual Degree -front page
Dual degree in Electronic systems at NTNU and TU-BERLIN
The Dual Degree programme between NTNU in Trondheim, Norway, and TUB is a two-year Master's double degree. Students that successfully complete the programme will be awarded a Master Degree in Electronic Systems Design from NTNU and a Master Degree in Computer Engineering from TUB.
Up to five students from Electronic Systems Design will be able to participate in the programme each year.
Admission - Front Page
Apply for admission
To be admitted to the programme of study, applicants must have a relevant bachelor’s degree with a grade point average of at least C. How to apply and details of admission requirements.
Front page - job prospects
With an Electronic Systems Design degree you can work in many industries such as medicine, space technology, oil exploration, underwater technology, acoustics and microchip development. Many international companies have R & D departments in Norway because we educate highly skilled engineers in the field. What you can work with.
Front page - study environment
Trondheim is well known as a top location for students and academics, and the city is regularly rated as the best student town in Norway. Out of the total population of 190 000, 36 000 are university students who leave their mark on the city. Whether you want vibrant city life or a lighted ski trail – Trondheim has it all!
The programme itself is fairly structured, with lectures, exercises and laboratory work, and you spend a lot of time with your fellow students along the way. Everyday student life in Electronic Systems Design.
Front page - Programme components
Structure of the programme
The Master's programme in Electronic Systems Design is a two-year programme of study totalling 120 credits. You can choose from seven programme options:
- Analog Circuit Design and radio Systems
- Design of Digital Circuits
- Embedded Systems
- Nano Electronics and Photonics
- Signal Processing and Communications
- Smart Sensor Systems (currently no new admissions)