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05010 ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING (ENGLISH) -
LEVEL: Bachelor's Degree, TYYÇ: Level 6, EQF-LLL: Level 6, QF-EHEA: First Cycle
  Upon successful completion of the program designed in accordance with the aims and objectives of the program and the program learning outcomes in terms of knowledge, skills and competencies given below, students/learners will be able to:

PROGRAMME LEARNING OUTCOMES
KNOWLEDGE
(Described in terms of theoretical and factual knowledge) Percentage of Success
1 Basic principles of multivariable calculus, including differentiation, integration and differential equations. %82.75
2 Basics of electric and electronic circuits theory. %83.25
3 Sustainability, environmental impact and life cycle assessment of electrical & electronics engineering works. Renewable energy systems. %83.25
4 Management principles and ethical issues for electrical engineers. %83.00
5 %0
SKILLS
(Described in terms of cognitive and practical skills) Percentage of Success
1 Apply methods from electromagnetic theory and basic physics to the analysis of electrical and electronic systems including electrical power systems %84.00
2 Extract relevant physical properties from the Laplace, Fourier and z transforms of differential equations %83.75
3 Devise lab experiments, collect and analyse data from physical and simulated test systems and use the results to solve technical problems. %82.75
4 Use lab equipment effectively and safely to measure and analyse electronic and electrical systems, both digital and analog. %83.00
5 %0
PERSONAL & OCCUPATIONAL COMPETENCES IN TERMS OF EACH OF THE FOLLOWING GROUPS
Autonomy & Responsibility Percentage of Success
1 Think and work independently and in a self-critical manner %83.25
2 Express themselves in English and Icelandic (written and spoken) effectively and professionally, and be able to present results using appropriate technical language and presentation tools i.e. graphs, illustrations and simulations. %82.75
3 Utilize time-management and work-planning related to the organization, implementation and successful completion and reporting of a project. %82.50
Learning to Learn Percentage of Success
1 Find information that is relevant to engineering as well as research and development work and effectively utilize modern information resources and technologies %83.25
2 Make choices based on reasoned arguments, and evaluate the outcomes of those choices by comparing them with alternative solutions. %82.75
3 Work in and lead a multidisciplinary project group, where it is necessary to formulate and solve open problems. %82.50
Communication & Social Percentage of Success
1 Communicate effectively and professionally and formulate sound arguments, both in writing and by means of presentations, using appropriate scientific and technical language. %83.25
2 Present ideas in an organized manner, and deliver presentations to peers and advisors from the industry using the latest presentation tools %82.00
3 Propose, plan, structure and manage well defined projects involving a team of individuals. %82.75
4 Prioritise, organise and schedule work activities effectively. %82.75
5 Recognize the interdisciplinary nature of technical problems, apply other areas of knowledge to the solution, and work with other professionals to arrive at a solution to complex engineering problems. %83.00
6 Give an oral scientific presentation, report on a research or design project, and execute a research or design report. %82.25
7 Participate as a member of a team and contribute to the management of team projects. %81.75
Occupational and/or Vocational Percentage of Success
1 Solve specific technical problems covering all phases of CDIO (Conceive, Design, Implement, Operate) from problem identification, idea generation and requirements specification, through design, optimization and implementation to actual production and commissioning. %83.50
2 Define and structure complex, real-world problems in order to analyse and develop relevant solutions. %82.75
3 Analyse a problem specification, compare alternative designs, processes, and products and make improvements. %82.50
4 Evaluate existing designs/processes/products and propose improved realizations. %82.25
5 Use design standards and safety codes as an integral part of the design and building process for electrical and electronics systems. %83.25
6 Appreciate the duties, responsibilities, role and liabilities of experts such as engineers, designers and other stakeholders in projects, companies and society. %81.75
7 Appreciate the meaning and importance of professionalism, including ethics, integrity and adherence to independent, informed judgement. %82.25
8 Undertake further study, both self-study as required to keep up with evolving technology and formal study towards a more advanced degree. %82.25
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