CURRICULUM OF Electrical Engineering BSc Course

1. Training goal

Training Electrical engineers, who are in possession of general knowledge, technical intelligence, basics of natural sciences, economics and humanities, technical knowledge for the needs of modern industry on a high level. As the graduates are specialized within the faculty by obtaining practical knowledge and skills they are able to do creative engineering work. On the basis of their studies in electricity and their professional calling electrical engineers are able to

  • design equipment and systems,
  • monitor their calibration, quality and testing,
  • take parts in their installation and operation and
  • are able to do service-engineering and product- managering

on the territory of Microelectronics, Info-communication Technologies, Measurement Technique, Automation, Energetics and Informatics.

2. Training duration

- full time 7 semesters 2324 hours
- hours 7 semesters 844 hours
- e-learning 8 semesters 580 hours

3. Credits to be obtained: 210 credits

4. Qualification level and the description of qualification in the certificate

  • level: baccalaureus, bachelor; short: BSc
  • name of qualification: Electrical engineer

5. Main areas of the training


Credit points

Natural science fundamentals (40-50 credits)


Economics and humanities (16-30 credits)


Professional core material (70-103 credits)


Specific professional knowledge


Optional subject (10 credits)


Thesis (15 credits)




6. Internship

Doing profession practice outside the institution is a criterion of the training. The duration of the internship is 6 weeks.

7. Physical Education

It is a criterion subject in the full-time course, which is advertised in the 2nd and 3rd semesters in weekly 2 hours.

8. Language requirements, language training

  • In order to obtain a degree it is compulsory to have at least one intermediate level type "C" accredited language exam or equivalent certificate of secondary education or diploma.
  • As a compulsory subject all full-time students must participate in the professional course advertised by the university in English or German and pass the required test in the foreign language.

9. Form of the training

  • full time
  • correspondence course
  • e-learning

10. Knowledge testing

  • midterm mark, exam, final exam

11. Conditions of admission for the final exam

  • obtaining the pre-degree certificate;
  • degree thesis accepted by the reviewer.

The condition of being admitted for the final exam is obtaining the pre-degree certificate. The pre-degree certificate is issued to a student who has met the course and examination requirements specified in the curriculum and the required professional practice – with the exception of passing the language exam and preparing the thesis – and obtained the required credits.

12. The parts of the final exam

The final exam consists of defending the thesis and taking exams in the subjects specified in the curriculum. The student must take the final exam on the same day, continuously. The final exam consists of oral exams and the preparation time is at least 30 minutes per subject. At one time one student may take the exam before the examination board.

13. The result of the final exam

The weighted average of the marks received for the thesis and the oral part of the final exam – taking into account the number of exam subjects as follows:

F =( TH + E1+E2+…+Em)/(1+m).

14. Cooperatív Training

Cooperative Training is a supplementary, voluntary practical module (one or two semesters) connected to the basic training of the university.

In this programme the university and certain companies, firms or institutes cooperate for the sake of students performing their traineeship according to the rules of training.

15. Conditions of issuing certificates

  • Succesful terminal
  • Fulfilling the requirements of studying foreign languages.

16. Optional specialization:

  1. Info-communication Technologies
  2. Instrumentation and Automation

17. Effective date: 2014/2015 school year

Budapest, 16. June, 2014

Prof. Dr. István Vajda