Bachelors of Engineering specialising in Electrical and Automation Engineering
have the competence required for designing electrification and automation for buildings and industrial production equipment. They are able to make use of their education in applying electrical and automation engineering to different application areas, such as lighting, traffic and lift control as well as robotics.
The Degree Programme in Electrical and Automation Engineering is focused on electrical engineering, the automation of production machines and equipment, production facility maintenance, distributed energy production applications and smart controls. The degree programme makes use of the possibilities of new technology in a practical learning process that contains plenty of doing things by oneself.
New, efficient and inexpensive IT devices especially are an avenue for interesting opportunities in automation engineering.
Electrical and automation engineers typically work in high technology companies as planners and specialists, and with enough experience, in supervisory roles as well. Their work is most often done in multidisciplinary teams of specialists in an international environment.