COMPUTER, BIOMEDICAL AND TELECOMMUNICATION ENGINEERING
The degree course in Computer, Biomedical and Telecommunication Engineering aims at training highly qualified professionals in the field of applied Information and Communication Technology (ICT). In particular, graduates will be able to promote and manage technological innovation, and to follow the rapid technological changes related to the evolution of ICT applications.
The three-year Degree Course comprises 18 compulsory modules, 2 elective modules, an oral examination in English and a final project for a total of 180 ECTS. The syllabus includes core disciplines such as Mathematics and Physics, distinguishing subjects such as Computer Science, Biomedics and Telecommunication, and other subjects related to ICT applications, such as Electronics, Electromagnetics and Automation.
Graduates in Computer Science, Biomedical and Telecommunication Engineering can find employment in ICT companies, health agencies where biomedical engineers are needed, private and public providers of terrestrial and space telecommunications. Graduates can also work as self-employed professionals and consultants.