Bachelor in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Czech Technical University in Prague
EECS graduates get wide and very versatile theoretical preparation in fundamental engineering disciplines such as both discrete and continuous mathematics, physics, algorithms, and programming. The overall aim of the EECS study program is to enable students to select from a variety of career options. Graduates become proficient in electrical engineering, power engineering with extended knowledge of economics and management, software and embedded systems development, computer science, and information technologies. The high flexibility of the EECS program allows students to configure their own study profile. EECS graduates will be able to start a career not only in industry but also continue in master's degree programs at CTU FEE and worldwide.
Fields of Study
- The program combines Electrical Engineering (EE) and Computer Science (CS) in one joint program
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Calculus, linear algebra, discrete mathematics, graph theory, probability and statistics as well as mathematics applications and practical implications for programming, constructing, and analyzing algorithms are necessary for any engineer to provide high-quality results with professional knowledge.
How to manage electrical power systems, how to achieve power transmission stability, frequency, grounding, and dimensioning of electrical power, all kinds of electrical systems and power sources - these are only the fraction of topics you can master if you pursue the branch of Electronics and Power Engineering.
Students will learn the fundamentals of electromagnetic field theory, principles of operation of electron devices, properties, and types of materials and technologies for electrical engineering.
Students focusing on computer science will learn one high-level and one low-level programming language and will be trained in algorithms and problem solving with an understanding of computer networks as well as computer systems and structures.
Students will get familiarized with computer hardware elements. They will learn about automatic control, digital signals, and communication. A graduate of the program will be able to control electronic devices by programming, including reading data, analyzing them thoroughly, and designing a control or decision-making algorithm.