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CodeDegree Programme TitleStandard Length of Study
B0713A060007Automotive Electronic Systems3.0 years
Qualification AwardedBachelor degree, Bc.
Level of QualificationFirst Cycle
Access to Further StudiesThe graduates may continue in a Second cycle
Graduation Requirements180 ECTS Credits, Final state examination, Bachelor thesis
Mode of StudyFull-time
Programme Director or EquivalentPersonal IDName
SIM01doc. Ing. Petr Šimoník, Ph.D.
Course Structure Diagram with ECTS Credits1. year / Winter semester1. year / Summer semester
30 ECTS Credits30 ECTS Credits
2. year / Winter semester2. year / Summer semester
30 ECTS Credits30 ECTS Credits
3. year / Winter semester3. year / Summer semester
30 ECTS Credits30 ECTS Credits
Specific Admission Requirements
Specific admission requirements are determined by the Dean of the faculty. For more information please click here.
Specific Arrangements for the Recognition of Prior Learning
Informal learning - max. 60% of credits gained in prior lifelong learning can be recognized, as determined by the Dean of the Faculty.
Qualification Requirements and Regulations
Qualification Requirements:
Finished secondary education with secondary school-leaving exam.
The Czech educational system is regulated by the Higher Education Act (Act 111/1998). Studies at VSB-TUO are regulated by the Statute of VSB – Technical University of Ostrava.
Profile of the Programme
The aim of the study is to educate bachelors as a university graduate in the field of automotive electronic systems based on the knowledge of relevant theories and practical skills, while preparing for a master's degree. Emphasis is placed on a highly efficient training that will teach graduates to think creatively and apply new knowledge in practice.
Key Learning Outcomes
Key Lerning Outcomes are Expressed in following Structure: Knowledge, Skills, General competencies
Graduates of the Automotive Electronic Systems programme will acquire essential knowledge of mathematics and physics, the fundamental theory of electronic circuits, basic knowledge of algorithm development and programming, advanced theories of specific AES, software development tools, forms of programming and software development of particular AES, knowledge of the latest methods for the development of AES with regard to functional safety and reliability, the utilisation of computer simulation and modelling of AES, and teamwork during the development, testing, measuring and reverse engineering of AES.
In teaching, emphasis is placed on hands-on training, which constitutes an essential part of the project-oriented study (in particular, starting from the third semester) and the realisation of Bachelor's theses linked to industrial practice. In this way, the students gain the necessary professional knowledge and practical skills that should increase their ability to familiarise themselves with work for new employers in the automotive field.
General competencies:
The programme is aimed at equipping the students with general principles for forming their own judgments in general, not just with regard to the area of their studies. For instance, students comprise teams solving long-term projects where the ability to communicate and the pressure on further learning help in achieving a common goal. As part of the team cooperation, students motivate each other, across the whole group, to be active.
Occupational Profiles of Graduates with Examples
Thanks to the professional skills gained during their studies, graduates will probably find employment in the R&D departments of companies that develop hardware and software for the automotive industry. Graduates can also establish themselves as automotive managers or project engineers, as well as executives in repair and maintenance departments. Graduates gain a wide theoretical basis in the Automotive Electronic Systems study programme, and after supplementing this with knowledge from other fields and specialisations, they should also be able to find employment in other areas of electrical engineering and computer science. Graduates of the Automotive Electronic Systems study programme can continue their studies in the follow-up Master’s programme in Automotive Electronics or in other branches where the knowledge gained during the classroom and hands-on training allows them to continue their follow-up studies.
Examination Regulations, Assessment and Grading
Examination regulations, assesment and grading are described in the Study and Examination Rules.
Course block: Compulsory - all courses are compulsory.
Course block: Choice-compulsory - student has to choose at least one course from the list of courses.
Course block: Optional - student can choose any course from the list of courses.
IMPORTANT: Student has to select so many courses to reach 30 ECTS credits per semester. Rules in detail and convenient selection of courses can be consulted with the programmme director.
Bellow stated courses are assigned for the degree studies only. Students coming to VSB-TUO for an exchange stay must select courses from the List of courses for exchange students.
1. Semester1. yearWinter semester30 ECTS Credits
2. Semester1. yearSummer semester30 ECTS Credits
3. Semester2. yearWinter semester30 ECTS Credits
4. Semester2. yearSummer semester30 ECTS Credits
5. Semester3. yearWinter semester30 ECTS Credits
6. Semester3. yearSummer semester30 ECTS Credits