European Qualifications Framework (EQF) has 8 levels (1 – the lowest, 8 – the highest).
Levels reflect the complexity level of acquired knowledge, skills and competences (learning outcomes).
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Graduates of the study program are able:
1) to formulate a specific problem in terms of automated and robotic systems;
2) to develop solutions to particular problems by using modern automatic and electric drive elements;
3) to develop an automatic or robotic system’s control algorithm;
4) to develop software for a specific robotic or automatic equipment management and coordination;
5) to develop solutions that combine hardware and software technology advantages;
6) know how to distinguish problems that should be solved with the hardware resources from those which should be solved with software resources;
7) know how to identify problems that can be solved with intelligent robotic systems;
8) to independently acquire new knowledge and skills;
9) to work in group to achieve common goals;
10) to substantiate the specific solution’s advantages or disadvantages to the customer or to another professional;
11) to ensure compliance to professional and general ethic rules within their scope of authority;
12) to be prepared for their Master studies.
Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) (061)Detailed field: (ISCED 2013)
Database and network design and administration (0612)Education
Higher educationQualification type
AcademicFull or partial