In the master's thesis, the student independently deals with an expert issue, showing his/her creative ability for research and development work and above all his/her ability to successfully and comprehensively apply the knowledge gained. Several students can work together to produce a single master's thesis; in such a case, each student’s contribution must be made clear.
Course is carried out on study programme
Objectives and competences
The master's thesis prepared by the student under the mentorship of a selected mentor from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the UL is proof that the student is capable of independently resolving problems in the field of electrical engineering and beyond.
Learning and teaching methods
Individual work and consultancy with the mentor
Intended learning outcomes
Knowledge and understanding: The ability to define research-development problem in the field of electrical engineering for the client (from the economy and other spheres) and analysis of the different possible ways to address it.
Application: Students will be able to effectively use knowledge and skills acquired during their studies and complex research and development problems in the field of electrical engineering and beyond.
Reflection: In the thesis the students must demonstrate the ability to find new solutions and their critical judgment. In doing so, they are able to select and effectively use appropriate literature or other sources, and demonstrates the capacity for research and development work.
Transferable skills: The ability to manage complex research and development projects as well as written and oral communication at a high professional level.
Nosilec je izbrani mentor s Fakultete za elektrotehniko Univerze v Ljubljani s habilitacijskim nazivom visokošolskega učitelja.
The lecturer is a selected mentor from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the UL with the proper habilitation title.