Electronic engineering

Bachelor's degree programme

General information

Disciplinary areaTechnology
Duration 3 years - 180 Credits
Admission Accesso Libero No limited access
Language Taught in Italian
Teaching method Lectures
Regulation Main Teaching Regulations


There are many reasons to choose the Bachelor's Degree Programme in Electronic Engineering. One of the most important ones is that the Degree in Engineering offers excellent job opportunities. Specifically in Modena, graduates in Electronic Engineering (most of them get the degree in three years of study) are not enough to cover the requests of the enterprises in the area. Modern electronics, telecommunications and industrial automation technologies are playing a fundamental role in the development of the modern world: the majority of today's manufactured products are dependent on electronics and are manufactured by applying methods of industrial automation!

Course content

The main objective of the degree programme in Electronic Engineering is to provide students with a good command of general scientific methods and contents. Specifically, the programme is aimed at providing the knowledge of mathematics and other basic sciences (physics, chemistry, and basic computer science) necessary to analyse and solve different engineering problems, particularly in the fields of electronics and telecommunications, and automated controls. This knowledge may also be applied in the field, by carrying out laboratory activities and internships in companies.

Career options

Graduates in Electronic Engineering are professionals with a solid background in the basic sciences, essential skills in computer science and in automatic controls, and specialised professional knowledge in electronics and telecommunications. The wealth of knowledge and skills acquired train graduates to easily enter the job market. Therefore, graduates have the opportunity to carry out their professional activity in several fields, such as manufacturing and management, both as independent professionals and working in public and private companies.

More information

Course Director
prof. Roberto Zanasi
e-mail ccl_ing_elettronica@unimore.it
prof. Ing. Giorgio Matteo Vitetta
e-mail tutorato_ing_elettronica@unimore.it

The course is managed by the "Enzo Ferrari" Department of Engineering