|Specialty||Electric Power Engineering and Electrical Engineering|
|Faculty||Engineering and Economics|
|Department||Electrical Engineering and Electronics|
|Specialty code||14 04 00|
|Form of education||full-time|
|Duration of studies||4 years|
|Instruction in English||no|
|Tuition fee||$2,200 per year|
The future motor transport computer systems are automatic systems which can control vehicle units and the vehicle in general without a driver.
The training of specialists involves studying microprocessor engineering, programming, computer graphics systems, multimedia, artificial intelligence methods, artificial vision, methods and algorithms for optimal control, manufacturing technologies for automobile electronic devices, design of microprocessor systems for automobile control, technical diagnostics of electronic systems in motor vehicles, maintenance, repair and service of electrical and electronic equipment of vehicles.
Our graduates are in demand in research and design organizations, at automobile enterprises, at enterprises producing electrical and electronic equipment for vehicles, auto service centers, at the traffic police instrumental control centers and automotive technical expertise centers.
Graduates can be employed as electrical engineers, electronic engineers, engineers responsible for electrical equipment diagnostics of vehicles, metrology engineers, heads of production shops, chief power engineers, chief metrologists, directors of enterprises.