Optional Courses

In order to suggest possible optional courses, it is necessary to know which curriculum do you have (it depends on your bachelor’s degree).

As a first choice, the student can insert subjects belonging to the curricula (Systems, Mechanics, or Electronics).

  1. Bachelor in Electrical/Electronic Engineering “E”
    You can choose two of these courses, one for the first year and another for the second year (the choice depends on your interests):

    • Innovative Materials with laboratory (6 CFU)
    • Robot Mechanics (9 CFU)
    • Nanotechnology (6 CFU)
  2. Bachelor in Mechatronics/Engineering Sciences “S”
    You can choose the subjects of other curricula as optional courses. Moreover, courses from “ICT and Internet Engineering” are also acceptable if they are of interest for our Master Degree, (for example, the course on DSP Digital Signal Processing is frequently selected as an optional course). I suggest you propose courses following your interests and motivating your choice.
  3. Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering “M”
    You can choose two of these courses (the choice depends on your interests):
    • VLSI Circuit and System Design (9 CFU)
    • Nanotechnology (6 CFU)
    • Measurement Systems for Mechatronics (6CFU)

  • The following subjects are suggested from the Master of Science in “ICT and Internet Engineering :

DSP – Digital Signal Processing (6 CFU – 2nd semester)

Digital communications (6 CFU – 1st semester)

Internet Technology and Protocols (9 CFU – 2nd semester)

  • The following subjects are suggested from the Master of Science in Mechanics:

Advanced Structural Mechanics (for students with skills in Machine Design)

  • During the ERASMUS time, you should take exams for at least 12 credits as optional courses, according to your Learning Agreement.