This master program and its subject areas
are designed in an aerospace context which
ensures that the subjects are developed to
the most technologically advanced level.
The field of professional activity of graduates
of the master's degree includes designing,
research, production and operation of
aviation systems, monitoring and technical
diagnostics systems, software and hardware
of electronic control systems for aircraft.
Avionics and Electrical Engineering Master’s
Program graduates are able to:
- design structures and mathematical models
of aircraft instruments and aircraft control
- develop information and algorithmic
support for the projected avionics and
electronic control systems for aircrafts;
- create hardware and software for
projected avionics and electronic control
systems for aircraft;
- model, identify and provide technical
diagnosis of avionics and electronic control
systems of aircrafts.