Bachelor’s program (Industrial Electronics major)
Faculty of Physics and Technology,
Department of Physical Electronics
Acting Head of the Department
Tel. + 7 8652 33-02-92
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Awards and achievements. The program successfully underwent state accreditation in 2020. Students regularly participate and win prizes in WorldSkills competitions in the Electronics competency (1st place in the Electronics competency in the 2nd National Interuniversity Professional Skill Championship according to WorldSkills standards in Moscow, 2018)
Teaching staff. The academic degree holders ratio at the degree-granting department is 75%. The program is delivered by heads and leading specialists of specialized experts and certified WorldSkills Russia experts in the Electronics competency.
Facilities and resources. The university has state-of-the-art software and facilities and resources (including the specialized center for WorldSkills competencies in the Electronics competency, National Instruments Research Equipment Sharing Center, REC of Photovoltaics, the Clean Zones Scientific and Laboratory Complex) and regional specialized enterprises.
1. Development and study of charged particles sources and plasma to be used in electronic-ion-plasma technologies.
2. Study of optical, electrophysical, photoelectric, luminescent properties of layers and films, diode-like electroluminescent structures and photoelectric transducers for use in optoelectronics.
Education. Bachelor students are trained according to the new system of project-oriented learning as part of the international standard CDIO which develops engineering basics allowing graduates to design a ready electronic device, from a circuit schematic to a housing, and carry out all maintenance and repair activities. Training focuses on international WorldSkills standards in the Electronics competency.
Strategic partners. Specialized partner enterprises such as Elektroavtomatika, Stilsoft Group, the Signal radio manufacturing plant of Stavropol, Concern Radio-Electronic Technologies, Shema, Optron-Stavropol, Monocrystal, Analog, LUM, Concern Energomera take an active part in the educational program delivery.
Competitive advantages. Graduates use their knowledge to work not at specialized electronics industry enterprises in Russia and other countries and other organizations of allied industries, servicing and operating electronic and automated systems. Students regularly undertake internships using state-of-the-art facilities and resources of partner enterprises, do their course and graduation projects by order of employers.