1st Semester

#

Course Title

Course category

Lecture

Practice

Lab

Hours in total

Workload

ECTS

1

Mathematics I

GC-1

4

0

0

4

12

6

2

Physics

GC-2

4

0

2

6

14

7

3

Electronic Physics & Optoelectronics

GC-3

4

0

4

8

16

7

4

Electric Circuits I

GC-4

4

0

0

4

12

6

5

Structured Programming

GC-5

2

0

2

4

8

6

 

Total

18

0

8

26

62

30

GC: General Course

SPC: Degree-Specific Course

SplC: Specialization Course

MELHC: Management, Economics, Law, Humanities Course

2nd Semester

#

Course Title

Course category

Lecture

Practice

Lab

Hours in total

Workload

ECTS

1

Mathematics II

GC-6

4

0

0

4

12

7

2

Electric Circuits II

GC-7

2

0

2

4

8

4

3

Analog Electronics Ι

SPC

4

0

2

6

14

7

4

Object-oriented Programming

GC-8

2

0

2

4

8

4

5

Electronic Component Technology & PCB Design

SPC

2

0

2

4

8

4

6

Measurements

GC-9

2

0

2

4

8

4

 

Total

16

0

10

26

58

30

GC: General Course

SPC: Degree-Specific Course

SplC: Specialization Course

MELHC: Management, Economics, Law, Humanities Course

3rd Semester

#

Course Title

Course category

Lecture

Practice

Lab

Hours in total

Workload

ECTS

1

Applied Mathematics

GC-10

4

0

0

4

12

6

2

E/M & E/M Wave Propagation

GC-11

2

0

0

2

6

4

3

Analog Electronics ΙI

SPC

4

0

2

6

14

6

4

Project Management – CAD & Construction

GC-MELHC

2

0

2

4

8

4

5

Architecture & Organization of Microcomputers I

SPC

2

0

2

4

8

4

6

Logic Circuits Design

SPC

4

0

2

6

14

6

 

Total

18

0

8

26

62

30

GC: General Course

SPC: Degree-Specific Course

SplC: Specialization Course

MELHC: Management, Economics, Law, Humanities Course

4th Semester

#

Course Title

Course category

Lecture

Practice

Lab

Hours in total

Workload

ECTS

1

R/F Electronic Circuits Design

SplC

2

0

2

4

8

4

2

Signals, Systems and Circuits

SPC

4

0

0

4

12

7

3

Architecture & Organization of Microcomputers ΙΙ

SPC

2

0

2

4

8

4

4

Digital Systems Design

SplC

4

0

2

6

14

7

5

Introduction to Telecommunications

SPC

2

0

2

4

8

4

6

Transmission Lines

SPC

2

0

2

4

8

4

 

Total

16

0

10

26

58

30

GC: General Course

SPC: Degree-Specific Course

SplC: Specialization Course

MELHC: Management, Economics, Law, Humanities Course

5th Semester

#

Course Title

Course category

Lecture

Practice

Lab

Hours in total

Workload

ECTS

1

Stochastic Signals and Systems

SPC

2

0

2

4

8

4

2

Electronic Filters

SplC

4

0

2

6

14

7

3

Power Electronics

SplC

4

0

2

6

14

7

4

Digital Signal Processing

SplC

4

0

2

6

14

6

 

1 of the following 2:

             

5a

Quality Assurance Systems

GC-MELHC

2

0

0

2

6

3

5b

Foreign Language Technical Terminology

SPC

2

0

0

2

6

3

 

1 of the following 2:

             

6a

Biomedical Engineering

SPC

2

2

0

4

6

3

6b

Data Structures and Management

SPC

2

2

0

4

6

3

 

Total

18

2

8

28

62

30

GC: General Course

SPC: Degree-Specific Course

SplC: Specialization Course

MELHC: Management, Economics, Law, Humanities Course

6th Semester

#

Course Title

Course category

Lecture

Practice

Lab

Hours in total

Workload

ECTS

1

Communication Systems

SplC

4

0

2

6

14

7

2

Automatic Control Systems

SplC

4

0

2

6

14

7

3

Antennae – Radio Links – RADAR

SplC

4

0

4

8

16

8

 

2 of the following 5

 

 

 

 

 

 

4

Electronic Measurements – Sensors & EΜC

SplC

2

0

2

4

8

4

5

Sound Systems

SplC

2

0

2

4

8

4

6

Optical Communications

SplC

2

0

2

4

8

4

7

Microelectronics – VLSI

SplC

2

0

2

4

8

4

8

Renewable Energy Sources and Smart Grids

SPC

2

0

2

4

8

4

 

Total

16

0

12

28

60

30

GC: General Course

SPC: Degree-Specific Course

SplC: Specialization Course

MELHC: Management, Economics, Law, Humanities Course

7th Semester

#

Course Title

Course category

Lecture

Practice

Lab

Hours in total

Workload

ECTS

1

Computer Networks

SplC

3

0

2

5

11

6

2

Mobile  Communications  &  Telecommunication

Networks

SplC

4

0

2

6

14

7

3

Microwaves

SplC

4

0

2

6

14

7

                 

 

1 of the following 3

 

 

 

 

 

 

4

Microcontrollers – Embedded Systems

SplC

3

0

2

5

11

6

5

Video and Audio Broadcasting Systems

SplC

3

0

2

5

11

6

6

Marine Electronics and Communications

SPC

3

0

2

5

11

6

 

1 of the following 3

 

 

 

 

 

 

7

Data Compression & Coding

SplC

2

0

2

4

8

4

8

Intelligent Control Systems

SplC

2

0

2

4

8

4

9

Internet of Things

SPC

2

0

2

4

8

4

 

Total

16

0

10

26

58

30

GC: General Course

SPC: Degree-Specific Course

SplC: Specialization Course

MELHC: Management, Economics, Law, Humanities Course

8th Semester

#

Course Title

 Lecture

Practice

Lab

Hours in total

Workload

ECTS

1

Dissertation

 

 

 

 0

40

20

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(-)

Work Placement ( This is not course )

 

 

 

 40

20

10

 

Total

 

 

 

 40

60

30

Ects units

The Department of Electronics Engineering has adopted the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) since 2008 for the Undergraduate Studies Program and since 2015 for the Graduate Studies Program. Our aim is to facilitate and promote undergraduate and graduate student mobility for studies and for research within the European Higher Education Area, to strengthen outreach features in the profile of our graduates and to enhance the european dimension of departmental activities.

You can download the departmental ECTS Users’ Guide here.

 

ECTS key features

 

ECTS is a learner-centred system for credit accumulation and transfer based on the transparency of learning outcomes and learning processes. It aims to facilitate planning, delivery, evaluation, recognition and validation of qualifications and units of learning as well as student mobility. ECTS is widely used in formal higher education and can be applied to other lifelong learning activities.

It is a tool of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) for making studies and courses more transparent and thus helping to enhance the quality of higher education. ECTS was instituted in 1989, within the Erasmus programme, as a way of transferring credits that students earned during their studies abroad into credits that counted towards their degree, on their return to studying in their home institution. In the following years, it came to be used not only for transferring credits, on the basis of workload and achieved learning outcomes, but also for accumulating them in institutions’ degree programmes.

ECTS helps in the design, description and delivery of programmes, makes it possible to integrate different types of learning in a lifelong learning perspective, and facilitates the mobility of students by easing the process of recognising qualifications and periods of study. ECTS can be applied to all programmes, whatever the mode of delivery (classroom-based, work-based, distance learning) or the status of students (full-time, part-time), and to all kinds of learning contexts (formal, non-formal and informal).

 

ECTS credits

 

ECTS credits are based on the workload students need in order to achieve expected learning outcomes. Learning outcomes describe what a learner is expected to know, understand and be able to do after successful completion of a process of learning. They relate to level descriptors in national and European qualifications frameworks.

Workload indicates the time students typically need to complete all learning activities (such as lectures, seminars, projects, practical work, self-study and examinations) required to achieve the expected learning outcomes.

60 ECTS credits are attached to the workload of a full-time year of formal learning (academic year) and the associated learning outcomes. In most cases, student workload ranges from 1,500 to 1,800 hours for an academic year, whereby one credit corresponds to 25 to 30 hours of work.

 

Use of ECTS credits

 

Credits are allocated to entire qualifications or study programmes as well as to their educational components (such as modules, course units, dissertation work, work placements and laboratory work). The number of credits ascribed to each component is based on its weight in terms of the workload students need in order to achieve the learning outcomes in a formal context.

Credits are awarded to individual students (full-time or part-time) after completion of the learning activities required by a formal programme of study or by a single educational component and the successful assessment of the achieved learning outcomes. Credits may be accumulated with a view to obtaining qualifications, as decided by the degree-awarding institution. If students have achieved learning outcomes in other learning contexts or timeframes (formal, non-formal or informal), the associated credits may be awarded after successful assessment, validation or recognition of these learning outcomes.

Credits awarded in one programme may be transferred into another programme, offered by the same or another institution. This transfer can only take place if the degree-awarding institution recognises the credits and the associated learning outcomes. Partner institutions should agree in advance on the recognition of periods of study abroad.

Credit transfer and accumulation are facilitated by the use of the ECTS key documents (Course Catalogue, Student Application Form, Learning Agreement and Transcript of Records) as well as the Diploma Supplement.

 

 

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