Why should you study CME?
The syllabus of Communication, Multimedia and Electronics program offers theoretical and application-oriented basis, as well as the specialization in one of the four branches covering data transmission (communication), interaction with human subject and with the physical reality (multimedia), and the construction of related equipment (electronics). The bachelor study program in Communication, Multimedia and Electronics, as well as the subsequent master study program in Communication, Multimedia and Electronics cover the vast area of modern electronic technologies of information processing with a view to both the hardware and software. It provides for the graduates the necessary versatility required by the contemporary job market. That is why the study of this integrated program contributes to the advantage at the labor market.
What we offer to our students?
The graduates’ profile
The graduates of the bachelor study can assert themselves, above all, at the positions of junior manager in the area of production, development, investigation of projects, as well as the technical support of sales in accordance with the selected branch. This integrated program offers the graduates a broad view of the entire area, which is essential in the practice for the position of system coordinator of the particular technologies. The basic aspect is the vocational training of the graduates for the demands of the engineering practice. Simultaneously, the bachelor study creates the fundamentals for the following master study of the CME program.
The graduates of the master study can assert themselves, above all, in the area project managing, production, development, research, and at senior manager positions, in accordance with the chosen branch. The wide general view of profession fundamentals creates the amount of knowledge suitable for applying to the position of system engineer, too. The study offers the highest level of technical education in a given area, as well as it opens the possibility of the continuation of the activities at doctoral studies for scientifically-oriented graduates.