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Electrical and Computer Engineering

Bachelor's in Electrical & Computer Engineering



 Engineering and Technology


 Electrical and Computer Engineering

Qualification Awarded:

 Bachelor’s  in Engineering

Programme Credits:

 240 ECTS

Language of Instruction:


     Duration of the Programme:

 4 years

Bachelor’s programme in Electrical and Computer Engineering offers two concentrations:



The Programme consists of six different modules:



University General Education


Engineering General Education


Core Education


Concentration Specific


Practical Education




Students are required to collect in total no less than 240 ECTS credits.

Program graduates will acquire knowledge in physics, mathematics, engineering disciplines, information technologies, programming languages, Computer-Aided-Design/Computer-Aided-Manufacturing systems. They will be able to create communication networks and control technological manufacturing processes by means of computers, microprocessors, special diagnostic and monitoring apparatus.


One of the best practices in the programme is Sophomore, Junior and Senior Projects. Every semester students are required to design and build their own projects in Robotics Laboratory using the knowledge accumulated in lectures. By the end of the semester projects are presented to the faculty members in the form of scientific report. 

Programme Objectives:

The programme objective is to prepare bachelors of engineering in electrical and computer engineering, ready to perform both theoretical and practical work. Graduates will acquire knowledge, based on engineering disciplines and information technologies, in order to perform versatile, complex activities in the area of electrical and computer engineering.

The program represents the unity of related specializations, which are based on deep electro-technical and computer education and corresponds to market requirements: automation and control systems, computer engineering, computer sciences, electro-mechanics, electro-technics and manufacturing electronics. Graduate will be able to continue study at the next level of education.

Career Options:

Bachelor’s degree, in addition to a successful academic career, provides the opportunities to be employed at institutions, where elaboration of electrical devices, their design and construction, operation and software support is needed. These are the modern companies, equipped with automated control systems and institutions providing corresponding design and expertise services:

  • Signal processing and telecommunication engineering;
  • Embedded systems engineering;
  • Robotics engineering;
  • Power engineering (control and monitoring);
  • Healthcare (continuous energy supply of hospitals, climate-control, service of apparatus, design and service of pharmaceutical production companies);
  • Construction (design and operation of energy supply and climate-control systems for ordinary and “smart buildings” – HVAC systems);
  • Service and monitoring of transportation (diagnostics of automobile control and monitoring systems, adjustment and testing diagnostics apparatus);
  • Food industry (automation of quality control);
  • Water and natural gas supply companies (design, construction and control of expenditure, quality control and parameter monitoring systems);
  • Agriculture (control and monitoring of farms and greenhouses).

Learning Outcomes:

After completion of the bachelor’s programme, graduates will have following general and specific competencies:

General Competencies:

  • An ability to use abstract thinking, analysis and synthesis;
  • An ability to professionally write and communicate in native language;
  • An ability to write and communicate scientific material in foreign languages;
  • An ability to adapt and act in unfamiliar and changing environments;
  • An ability to work in a team;
  • An ability to collect, process and analyze information;
  • An ability to work independently;
  • An ability to generate new ideas;
  • An ability to conduct interdisciplinary work;
  • Comprehension of professional responsibilities, awareness of ethical norms and sustainable development principles.

Specific Competencies:

  • An ability to apply the knowledge of mathematics, physics, science and engineering;
  • Knowledge of advanced mathematics, including differential equations, linear algebra, complex variables, discrete mathematics, probability and statistics;
  • An ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems;
  • An ability to use techniques, skills and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice;
  • An ability to use specific information technologies and software;
  • An ability to serve the information and data-bases;
  • An ability of orientation and adaptation to the technologically developing environment;
  • An ability to analyze the ongoing processes in the field of electro-technics, electronics and electro-mechanics; 
  • Knowledge of the theoretical basics of the operation of elements used in electrical circuits;
  • Knowledge of analog and digital electronics, their characteristics and ongoing physical processes;
  • Knowledge of power converters, their types and applications;
  • An ability to analyze transitional processes going in electrical circuits and systems;
  • Knowledge of algorithms and software, used to solve the problems of electrical engineering;
  • Knowledge of computer and microprocessor architecture, programming and ability to operate technological processes in an optimal way.

Admission Requirements:

School of Engineering and Technology accepts students according to their scores at the Georgian National Examinations of High School Graduates.




Georgian language and literature


Verbal and Quantitative reasoning


Foreign language


Physics or Mathematics



Eighty freshmen are accepted annually in the School of Engineering and Technology. About half of them choose Electrical and Computer Engineering. Agricultural University of Georgia is the second best countrywide during the last two academic years according to the overall scores of admitted students, which means the admission is highly competitive.

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