Electrical engineering offers four Master's programmes

Master's programmes

​The department hosts four international Master's programmes. The teaching is in English, and both Swedish and international students are encouraged to apply. 

Biomedical Engineering, MSc 2 yrs

With a growing need for improvement in the quality of life, and global average life expectancy rapidly rising, there is an increasing demand for efficient health care systems. Combining the design and problem-solving skills of engineering with medical and biological science, biomedical engineering improves health care delivery and medical practice by closing the gap between engineering and medicine. Together with advancements within IT, a new world of possibilities in how health care can be improved and delivered is evolving.

Master's programme in Biomedical Engineering

Communication Engineering, MSc 2 yrs

We live in the age of information, where communication and information processing are at the heart of our modern society. Intelligent transportation systems, smart cities, traffic safety, positioning and navigation, eHealth, Industry 4.0, and cloud services, all rely on our ability to store, share, process, and deliver massive amounts of data. In a constantly and rapidly evolving field, you as a communication engineer will be needed to rethink, design, and build the systems of the future to enable the interconnected world.

Master's programme in Communication Engineering

Electric Power Engineering, MSc 2 yrs

The global use of electricity and electronics is continuously increasing, and in the coming decades electric vehicles in combination with renewable electricity production will change our energy systems. The paradigm shift in the development in vehicles will affect how and when electricity is produced, transmitted, distributed, and consumed, and all these challenges need to be met. The recent advancements in information and communication technology also offer new opportunities in e.g. the design and operation of electric power systems. These are some of the areas where engineers and experts within the field of electric power engineering are needed.

Master's programme in Electric Power Engineering

Systems, Control and Mechatronics, MSc 2 yrs

Technical systems increasingly employ electronics and computers, to give the final product or system the desired properties. Driving factors are, for example, functional and quality demands, energy utilisation, environmental demands, or cost reductions. The wide range of industrial needs, from small embedded devices to large control systems for transportation, production or electric power distribution, is the primary motivation for this programme.

Master's programme in Systems, Control and Mechatronics

Published: Tue 14 Aug 2012. Modified: Thu 05 Jul 2018