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Information Technology (Espoo), Embedded Engineering

Autumn 2011

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Core Requirement Studies
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Functions and Complex Numbers 3
Vectors and Matrices 3
Differential Calculus 3
Integral Calculus 3  
Mathematics for Digital Techniques 3
Integral Transforms 3  
Mathematical Statistics 3    
Digital Signal Processing Mathematics 3    
Introduction to Engineering Physics 3
Electricity 3
Magnetism 3
Wave Motion and Oscillations 3  
Physics laboratories 3
Language Studies
Working Life Finnish and Academic Communication Skills 3    
Professional English 3
English Communication Skills for Information Technology 3  
Swedish at Work 3    
Finnish as a Second Language: Finnish at Work 3    
Industrial Management
Project Operation 3  
Profitability of Technology Business 3  
Investment Calculations and Decision Making 3    
Leadership 3      
Orientation Project
Introduction to Computing 3
Finnish Communication Skills for Technology 3
Setting Up and Usage of Personal Computer (PC) 3
Introduction to Studies 3
Professional Studies
Common Professional Studies
Unix/Linux Basics 3
Basics of Information Security 3
Electronic Systems 3  
Digital Fundamentals (circuits) 3
Computer Architecture 3  
Introduction to Programming 3
Advanced Java Programming 3
Advanced C Programming 3
Introduction to Database Management 3  
Introduction to Telecommunications 3  
Communication Networks 3  
Local Area Networks (CCNA 1) 3
Routing Networks (CCNA 2) 3
Microprocessors 3  
Information Technology Project 6  
Common Professional Studies in Embedded Engineering
Circuit Analysis 3  
International Project Communication 3    
Electronics Applications 3  
Embedded Systems Programming 3  
Basics of Digital Signal Processing 3    
Computer Engineering
Interfacing PC 3    
Programmable Logic Devices 3    
Embedded Systems Debugging 3    
Printed Circuit Boards 3  
USB Devices 3    
Digital Signal Processing
Digital Signal Processing Systems 5    
Digital Signal Processors 5    
Analysis of Measurement Data 5    
Embedded Systems Innovation Project
Electro Magnetic Compatibility 3      
Virtual Instrumentation 5    
Sensor Technology 3    
Project Work 4      
Elective Studies
Expressions and Equations 3
Physics tutorials 3
Communication Skills in ICT 3    
Prep Course for Professional English 3
Prep Course for Professional Swedish 3  
Work Placement
Industrial placement 1 15  
Industrial placement 2 15    
Bachelor's Thesis
Bachelor's Thesis and Maturity Test 15      
ECTS credits per period / semester / academic year 72727725423037.534.5334414.510.522.519.5151520.317.318.815.819.613.623.620.610.

The curriculum has been planned so that the student completes 60 ECTS credits per academic year and 30 ECTS credits per semester

Due to the timing of optional and elective courses, credit accumulation per semester / academic year may vary.

Embedded Engineering

Information Technology (Espoo)

The domain of Information Technology contains all subjects related to computers and data processing and networking. Information Technology has an influence on the work carried out by humans and organizations in our modern information society.

Information and communication technology has a profound impact on developing new innovations; furthermore it is a key factor in economic growth. When companies experience changes in their structural operations, the software and ICT services will facilitate the changes and guarantee the smooth running of operations.

The objectives of the engineering education in Information Technology are to learn the basic knowledge of and the skills to use devices, software and systems as well as to understand their structure and operation. The requirements of the working life include knowledge and skills of leadership, oral and literary work, acquisition of information and principles of life long learning.