Bachelor's Degree in Electronics Engineering. Department of Electronics Engineering. Faculty of Technological Applications. Alexander Technological Educational Institute of Thessaloniki.


The graduates of the Programme of Studies of Electrical Engineering of Technological Education will have acquired the specialized knowledge in order to be capable of working either on their own or in collaboration with other scientists in the study, research and application of technology on modern and specialized sectors of electronic science.
With regard to the general learning outcomes, the graduates of the programme shall be capable of the following:
- work effectively as members in or as heads of a technical team;
- effectively apply written and oral communication in technical and non-technical texts and environments, identifying and using suitable literature;
- understand the need and be capable of participating in self-directing actions for continuous professional advancement;
- show responsibility, ethical behaviour and respect to diversity and to the environment during their work;
- evaluate the impact of the technological achievements by sciences to a constantly developing social and global framework;
- commit to quality and continuous improvement;
With regard to the specialised learning outcomes about the science of electronics, the graduates of the programme shall be capable of the following:
- select and apply the knowledge of engineering mathematics and science in problems of electronic technology requiring the application of rules and clearly formulated procedures and methodologies;
- conduct standardized tests and measurements, conduct, analyse, and interpret experimental data, and apply experimental results for the improvement of procedures;
- locate, analyse, and give solutions to widely known problems of electronic technology;
- study, design, and produce electronic elements, modules, devices and systems;
- issue studies concerning design and production, supervise manufacturing, assemble and maintain facilities, and handle the control and operation of clauses, devices and systems in the fields of telecommunications, audiovisual and radio television, of protection and fire safety systems, of electronic measurement instruments, of power electronics, of computers, of microcontrollers, of networks, of energy technologies, of medical instrumentation, and of industrial electronic automations;
- issue technical and financial-technical studies and expert reports on the above fields;
- apply the standardisation and certification of quality for the devices and instruments used in the above sectors;
- organize and manage businesses active in electronics and the applications thereof in the above sectors;
- conduct applied research in the above fields.

Further Information

The curriculum of the Department of Electronics Engineer of Technological Education aims to provide complete training to its students with regard to the entire scope of the modern fields of electronic science, and specifically the branches of general electronics, telecommunications, computer hardware and software, networks, automations, energy technologies, and services.
With the purpose of meeting the above objectives, the curriculum includes 40 courses that cover a wide range of subjects. Depending on their content, the courses are distinguished among courses of General Background, Specialised Background and to Specialisation courses. The curriculum does not include any directions recognized, but the courses covering a specific thematic field can comprise a specialization / direction, all of which shall be attended by the student following his/her choice.
The duration of studies in the department is eight semesters, where the last includes the students' practical training and the preparation of a dissertation. The first seven semesters involve the teaching of the courses, which are organised through theory lectures, practical exercises and laboratory exercises. Attendance to the laboratory exercises and practical exercises is compulsory. Each student can formulate his/her own curriculum for each semester. In order to graduate, 240 credits are required, as per the international standards for this level of studies. 210 credits come from courses, while the remaining 30 credits come from practical training and dissertation. It is noted that a credit is equal to 25 hours of workload, and that each semester involves 30 credits, as per international standards for similar programmes of studies. The curriculum includes courses relevant to the development of competences and skills (communication, consulting skills) rendering students competitive at an national and international environment.

Relation To Employment

Presidential Decree 346/8.6.89 (Government Gazette 158/14.6.89 file Α) establishes the professional rights of the department's graduates.


Access to this type of qualification have those who have completed at least the secondary education (level 4).
Holders of such qualifications gain access to study programmes at the same level or at level 7 or 8.

Ways To Aquire

Qualifications of this type are acquired via formal education.