Electrical Energetics, Electrical Engineering and Electromechanics

6.141.00.00 Electrical Energetics, Electrical Engineering and Electromechanics
Qualification awarded: Bachelor of Electric Power Engineering, Electrotechnics and Electromechanics
Entry year: 2022
Mode of study: full
Program duration: 4 years
Institute: Institute of Power Engineering and Control Systems
Number of credits: 240 credits ECTS
Level of qualification according to the National Qualification Framework and the European Qualifications Framework: NQF Level 6 (First cycle of QF-EHEA / EQF Level 6)
Field(s) of study: Electrical engineering
Specific admission requirements: No
Qualification requirements and regulations, including graduation requirements: The full implementation of the curriculum and presentation of a thesis for a bachelor's degree
Characteristics of the educational program: The program curriculum includes on-campus classes (lectures, seminars, laboratory classes and practical classes) and independent studies. Training under the educational program is based on widely known principles and results of modern research in the fields of electrical engineering, electromechanics, automatic control theory, and industrial electronics; it focuses on up-to-date specializations that will provide their holders with ample opportunities for further professional and academic career. As a result of successful completion of the educational program, students receive fundamental training in their major as well as in computer technology, programming and application of software packages for computer-aided design and simulation of electrical systems. An important component of the training program is the study of the principles of generation, distribution and efficient consumption of electrical power, introduction to modern energy-saving technologies and equipment. During their training, students get acquainted with the latest achievements in the field of electrical engineering and electromechanics, semiconductor and microprocessor technology. They acquire deep modern knowledge in the field of diagnostics and management of electrical engineering systems and robotic systems based on software and hardware. Bachelors majoring in the specialty are able to design, explore, exploit and maintain systems for generation and transmission of electrical power, electromechanical systems of industrial machinery, automated aggregates for electrical engineering systems, and control systems for electric transport.
Програмні результати навчання: - Knowledge of the fundamentals of natural sciences, mathematics, information technologies required for completing the common professional courses. - Knowledge of electrical engineering theory required for understanding the operating principles of the main electrical devices and their operation modes. - Knowledge of the main principles of generation, transmission, distribution and utilization of electricity. - Knowledge of the main methods of analysis of electric power and electromechanical systems. - Knowledge of the modern methods of control of electric power and electromechanical systems. - Software skills applicable for design and computation of electric power and electromechanical systems. - Knowledge of protection and control equipment used in electric power and electromechanical systems. - Knowledge of the basics of design of electric power and electromechanical systems. - Knowledge in the area of circuitry, microelectronics, microcontrollers, microprocessor tools and systems. - Knowledge of the modern trends of electrical engineering development. - Knowledge of the basics of electric installations safety operation. - Knowledge of the main factors of power industry impact on the environment. - Business communication, team work skills. - Knowledge of the fundamentals of natural sciences, mathematics, information technologies required for completing the common professional courses. - Knowledge of electrical engineering theory required for understanding the operating principles of the main electrical devices and their operation modes. - Knowledge of the main principles of generation, transmission, distribution and utilization of electricity. - Knowledge of the main methods of analysis of electric power and electromechanical systems. - Knowledge of the modern methods of control of electric power and electromechanical systems. - Software skills applicable for design and computation of electric power and electromechanical systems. - Knowledge of protection and control equipment used in electric power and electromechanical systems. - Knowledge of the basics of design of electric power and electromechanical systems. - Knowledge in the area of circuitry, microelectronics, microcontrollers, microprocessor tools and systems. - Knowledge of the modern trends of electrical engineering development. - Knowledge of the basics of electric installations safety operation. - Knowledge of the main factors of power industry impact on the environment. - Business communication, team work skills. - Ability to apply fundamental knowledge for designing new electrotechnical systems and enhancement of the existing ones on the basis of the up-to-date components. - Ability to carry out electrotechnical computations and select major electric power equipment. - Ability to carry out computer-aided calculations, modelling and study of electrotechnical systems and their components. - Ability to develop measures aimed at increasing energy efficiency and functional reliability of electromechanical systems, electric drives and their components. - Ability to present the results of calculations and research, as well as to formulate adequate conclusions and recommendations. - Skills in Internet search of information on science and technology and patent search, relying on foreign language skills.
Work placement(s): Pre-diploma internship according to the bachelor's thesis
Programme director: Kopchak Bohdan Liubomyrovych
Occupational profiles of graduates: Electrical Power Plants, Electrical Systems and Networks, Control System of Generation and Distribution of Electric Energy, Electric Power Supply Systems, Energy Management, Electromechatronics, Electromechanical Automation Systems and Electric Drive, Electrical Equipment of Vehicles
Access to further studies: Obtaining the second (master's) level