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  • The syllabus of the course

    Interdisciplinary studies on Automation and

    Robotics, Electronics and Telecommunication,

    and Computer Science /MSc/

    at the Faculty of Automatic Control, Electronics

    and Computer Science

    Valid since the academic year 2012/2013

    Gliwice, March 2012

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    Interdisciplinary studies on Automation and Robotics, Electronics and Telecommunication,

    and Computer Science – full-time engineer studies.

    1. A general description of the conducted studies

    a) The name of the course: Interdisciplinary studies on Automation and Robotics,

    Electronics and Telecommunication, and Computer Science – studies in English

    b) The level of education: second degree studies/MSc

    c) The scope of education: all-academic

    d) The form of studies: full-time

    e) The professional title awarded to a graduate: Master of Science

    f) Classification of the area or areas of studies: technical studies area

    g) Fields of science and scientific disciplines to which education results refer:

    - field: technical sciences,

    - disciplines: automatic control and robotics, electronics and

    telecommunication, computer science

    - related to other disciplines: mechanics, mathematics

    h) Differences in comparison to other syllabuses with similarly defined education

    aims and results conducted at the University:

    - At the Silesian University of Technology there is no other course with a

    similarly defined scope

    2. Education results

    a) Intended education results in the form of a table showing course results related to

    area results: Annex No 1.

    b) A table of coverage of education results for the education area(s) by education

    results for the course with explanation for selecting ones and omitting other area

    results: Annex No 2.

    c) A table of coverage of education results for a qualification connected with an

    engineer professional title by education results for the course with commentaries:

    There is none because of classifying the course solely to the technical studies area.

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    Interdisciplinary studies on Automation and Robotics, Electronics and Telecommunication,

    and Computer Science – full-time engineer studies.

    3. Studies syllabus

    a) The number of ECTS points necessary to obtain the qualification (professional title)

    of a Master of Science: 90

    b) The number of semesters: 3 semesters

    c) The time, rules and form of training: At the second degree studies there is no

    training.

    d) The matrix of education results (the intended education result for the syllabus –

    education modules in which the result is obtained): Annex No 4.

    e) The description of the method how to check the selected education results (for the

    syllabus) with relation to specific education modules (subjects), the form of classes

    and tests realized within each of those forms: Annex No 6 (subjects cards).

    f) The studies schedule with marked modules a student can choose from: Annex No

    5.

    Subjects (modules) for which 15 or 30 hours of lectures are held in English:

    all classes are held in English

    g) The studies structure – specializations or names of subjects (modules) included in

    the specialization:

    Semesters from 1 to 3 – education with specializations 'Automatic Control',

    'Electronics' or 'Informatics'.

    Subjects at the specialization 'Automatic Control':

    - Advanced control - System identification - Computer integrated manufacturing - Expert systems - Industrial project - Modelling and simulation of industrial systems - Biotechnical systems - Programmable controllers - Sensors and actuators - Optional course A1 - Optional course A2 - Optional course A3

    Subjects at the specialization 'Electronics':

    - Advanced Topics in Mathematics - Computer Aided Electronic Circuits Design - Electromagnetic Compatibility - Programmable Controllers - Optoelectronics - Microelectronics

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    Interdisciplinary studies on Automation and Robotics, Electronics and Telecommunication,

    and Computer Science – full-time engineer studies.

    - Theory of Information and Coding - Analog Circuits Design - Bionics - Computer Networks - Digital Circuits Design - Exchange devices - Radiocommunication - Programmable Logic Devices - Cellular Phone Systems - Digital and Analog Telecommunication - Optional course E1

    Subjects at the specialization 'Informatics':

    - Digital Modeling and Simulation - Programming In Assembler - Introduction to Compilers - Concurrent Programming - Wireless Computer Networks - Distributed Computer Systems - Industrial Computer Systems - Advanced Operating Systems - Computer Graphics and Vision - Databases Applications - Optional course I1 - Optional course I2

    The remaining subjects on semesters from 1 to 3 are common for all

    specializations.

    h) The rules of conducting a diploma process:

    The rules of conducting a diploma process are defined by the Faculty 'Education

    Quality Book', 'The Regulations of Studies at the Silesian University of Technology'

    as well as a module card 'Final Project' in Annex No 6.

    i) Overall quantity indexes

     the overall number of ETCS points which a student must obtain at the classes

    requiring a direct participation of university teachers:

    Because of the specificity of education classes at individual specializations the

    value of this index varies within minor ranges:

     'Automatic Control' – 37 ECTS points (41% of all ECTS points).

     'Electronics' – 38 ECTS points (42% of all ECTS points).

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    Interdisciplinary studies on Automation and Robotics, Electronics and Telecommunication,

    and Computer Science – full-time engineer studies.

     'Informatics' – 36 ECTS points (40% of all ECTS points).

    Details are presented in the subjects cards – Annex No 6.

    There has been accepted a way of interpreting and determining this index

    presented in the publication: A. Kwaśniewski 'How to prepare education

    syllabuses according to the requirements resulting from the National

    Qualifications Framework for the Higher Education?', p.67 and 73. The value of the

    index proving that at least half of the syllabus is realized in the form of classes

    requiring a direct attendance of university teachers, according to the

    interpretation method from p.76 in the publication mentioned above, is presented

    in point 6b of this paper.

    - the overall number of ECTS points which a student must obtain at classes in the

    area of basic sciences, to which education results for a specific course, level and

    educational scope refer: 6 ECTS points (7% of all ECTS points, details in the

    subjects cards – Annex No 6),

    including: 6 ECTS points at classes meant to gain knowledge in mathematics

    (Optimization theory, Advanced topics in numerical methods),

     the overall number of ECTS points which a student must obtain at practical

    classes:

    Because of the specificity of education classes at individual specializations the

    value of this index varies within minor ranges:

     'Automatic Control' – 59 ECTS points (66% of all ECTS points).

     'Electronics' – 58ECTS points (64% of all ECTS points).

     'Informatics' – 70 ECTS points (70% of all ECTS points).

    Details in subjects cards – Annex No 6.

     the minimum number of points which a student must obtain at physical

    education classes:

    There are no physical education classes at second degree studies.

     the minimum number of ECTS points which a student must obtain while

    realizing educational modules offered in another study course or all-university

    classes:

    4 ECTS points.

    Foreign Language classes are treated as all-university classes.

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    Interdisciplinary studies on Automation and Robotics, Electronics and Telecommunication,

    and Computer Science – full-time engineer studies.

     in the case of study syllabus for a course classified in more than one education

    area – the percentage share of ECTS points for each of those areas in the overall

    number of ECTS points:

    N/A.

    4. The list of university teachers who make up a staff minimum for the study course

    and degree

    Annex No 7.

    5. The internal system of providing the quality of education:

    The system of providing the quality of education at the Faculty of Automatic Control,

    Electronics and Computer Science is described in the Faculty 'Education Quality Book'.

    6. Other information:

    a) the way of applying international standards:

    While developing the education syllabus of the course 'Automatic Control and

    Robotics' the following items were taken into consideration:

    • FEANI criteria (http://www.feani.org/site/);

    • the study of IEEE Computer Society pt. “Computer Science Curriculum 2008: An

    Interim Revision of CS2001”;

    • (http://www.a