Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Do you want to learn more about Cybernetics and Mechatronics or Signal Processing? Choose modules from our Electrical Engineering program specializing in control systems or signal analysis and processing.

Study level
Exchange Courses
Closing dates
Autumn: April 15
Spring: October 15
30 to 60 ECTS Bachelor level
Start up
Autumn 2018

Why study Electrical Engineering?

Bachelor studies in Electrical Engineering opens a broad range of possibilities for a future career. The industry in Kongsberg region has a continuing need for new engineers with knowledge in the areas of cybernetics, mechatronics and signal processing.

Cybernetics and Mechatronics

Specializing in Cybernetics and Mechatronics focus is on the design of electronic circuits, PCB design, EMC issues, sensors and actuators and their behaviour and characteristics, in addition to a module on advanced control systems.

Signal Processing

Specializing in Signal processing focus is on various methods and algorithms used in signal analysis and signal processing. You learn using simulation and real-time processing using microcontrollers, DSP and FPGA.

What you will learn

Students enrolled in our Electrical Engineering program will learn how to develop and design analog and digital electronics, control systems, communication systems, how to program microcontrollers and to create an interface towards the physical world.

Recommended modules for exchange students within Electrical Engineering:

Why study at USN 

USN offer an informal and student friendly environment. Our campuses are small with an open-door policy where our staff dedicates time and attention to each student. USN offers a safe living and study environment as well as a multicultural society where English is widely spoken. Our programmes are focused on practical study methods with a problem-based approach that should help students to prepare for real-life situations.

Further study opportunities

A bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering provides access to many Master's degree programs in Norway and abroad. In Kongsberg we offer Master in Systems Engineering with Embedded Systems. For an overview of our master's programs in engineering click here

Admission requirements

Applicants must be enrolled as students at one of our partner institutions. The student must have completed at least 60 ECTS or equivalent within the relevant study field.

Target groups are third year bachelor students in computer engineering or related fields.

Students must only choose modules from one campus.

  • Some engineering courses might have special prerequisites. Please make sure that you check the course descriptions and fulfil the given prerequisites before you apply for admission. 

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Full time – Kongsberg


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