Aalto Bachelor's program in Science and Technology - Digital Systems and Design | Bachelor's degree | Engineering & Technology | On Campus | 3+2 years | Aalto University | Finland
Digital Systems and Design educates specialists in various fields of digital systems. This major gives you competence in engineering design, as well as project planning and management, employing tools from embedded systems, control theory, and signal processing.
The major covers interdisciplinary topics from electrical engineering and automation, computer science, communication science, information science, and electronics. Through these studies, you will gain expertise in a range of techniques covering mathematics, modeling and analysis of signals and systems, and electronics.
You will be proficient in the modeling and analysis of systems and have a good foundation in the broad field of computer networks. You will also gain professional experience through tailored industry projects and entrepreneurship training.
These competences will foster your solid mathematical background, diverse programming skills, goal-oriented problem solving, engineering design, and efficient project planning and management.
learn from field experts in the evolving information technologies that define the future in the industry and society or
know various fields of modern electronics industry that are required by specialists
Through your studies in Digital Systems and Design, you will acquire:
knowledge in efficient analysis, design and optimisation of complex systems
cutting-edge design skills tailored for engineering that make a difference in technical solutions
management skills that are sought after in leading industry positions
practical programming expertise in a range of languages relevant to industry
experience in project and team work through an industrial or industry-related project
The program is conducted entirely in English, meaning that all courses and exams are in English. For students with sufficient proficiency in Finnish, it is also possible to study the 20-25 credit minor subject of the bachelor’s degree in Finnish.