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In the last 30 years, the evolution of electronics has boosted innovation in a great many areas: we have increasingly high-performance and power-efficient microprocessors, electronic systems that can be small and smart (the wearables) or interact with the world around them in increasingly complex ways (robots in their various applications). The electrical engineer must possess interdisciplinary skills to contribute to this evolution and secure a professional future in a job market that, nationally and internationally, is increasingly rich in opportunities. 

Our degree program trains engineers who can contribute to the development of original solutions, using a background made up of theoretical knowledge and experimental skills. For this reason, the training course:

  • addresses the development of an electronic system in all its components: technological level (hardware), computational level (software), design level (the electronic system becoming an application)
  • stimulates students to experience practical applications of their theoretical background through practical and laboratory activities
  • fosters experiences at the industrial world through internships and theses carried out in companies
  • offers the opportunity to carry out study experiences at international universities during the two-year period.

What will you study

An electronic system consists of components hardware and software. The Master's Degree in Electrical Engineering allows these two aspects to be addressed in detail through a basic training and two more specialized orientations.

In the first year, the basics of integrated electronic and microelectronic systems, sensors, cyber security and computer graphics, electromagnetic waves, and systems modeling and simulation are explored.

In the second year you can customize your study, choosing between two orientations: Electronics Systems and Pervasive Intelligence.

Mostly dedicated to hardware aspects, it provides a solid and complete technical and scientific preparation, forming a professional figure capable of designing and managing electronic systems and devices of any complexity and at the same time promoting their application in all sectors (civil, industrial, social). Hardware aspects are combined with advanced software techniques, data processing and information transmission, with the aim of developing innovative electronic solutions.

Electronics pervades everyday activities: smartphones, devices and systems built into cars, elevators, machinery, watches, clothes, etc. The Internet of Things (Internet of Things) involves the digitization of objects and processes using tools cyber-physical and artificial intelligence in order to improve interaction between people through intelligent environments and processes.

The Pervasive Intelligence major addresses methods and technologies related to the Internet of Things through applications in various fields, including health care, automotive, cultural heritage, and applied game technologies.

After graduation



Who is it?

The master's degree graduate in Electronic Engineering is one of the most in-demand professionals contributing to technological innovation in the multiple application fields of the information sector, with broad career prospects throughout the ICT (Information and Communication Technology) sector, in both technical and managerial roles.

Mediating an interdisciplinary approach, the electronics engineer is able to design systems that combine sensors, circuits, microprocessors, software programs, and artificial intelligence to meet the advancement needs of all application fields.

What does it do?

His skills can be exploited either to pursue a career in research and development (in companies or universities) or to continue his or her education, through PhD or postgraduate masters.
The electrical engineer plays a key role in improving the electronic systems we use every day and designing those of the future, which today we cannot even imagine.

Where does he or she work?

The pervasiveness of information technology, which is now being called the fourth industrial revolution, makes the electrical engineer one of the most in-demand profiles by the job market.

He works in Italian and international companies of different size and scope: from multinationals to small businesses, from research and development of new technologies to design and production of electronic systems for industrial and consumer applications.

Those who dedicate themselves to innovation by founding a start-up, those who work in companies, those who decide to go into freelance work: in each case, our graduate has the right skills to give impetus to the continuous evolution of electronic systems and their countless applications.

With an employment rate approaching 100% one year after graduation, the electrical engineer is among the most sought-after, and therefore best-paid, professionals nationally and internationally.