The degree programme offers:
- Bachelor´s degree
- daytime studies (Bachelor of Engineering, 240 ECTS)
- evening studies (Bachelor of Engineering, 240 ECTS)
- Master´s degree (Master of Engineering, 60 ECTS)
- relevant Bachelor's degree and work experience required
Studies in the Degree programme of Electrical and Automation Engineering consist of theoretical studies combined closely with practical work, such as laboratory and project work and work placement periods.
Professional qualifications are supplemented with project management, language and communication and IT studies.
As of autumn 2018 the students of the degree programme will study at Myyrmäki campus in Vantaa.
Our modern electronic world requires efficient and reliable energy production and distribution, which form a part of electrical engineers' responsible tasks. The importance of electrical engineering is constantly growing, as new energy production and consumption methods and solutions that are less taxing on the environment are being developed for different areas of life.
We have also Bachelor's Degree Programme in Electronics Conducted in English.
Electrical engineers are mainly employed by the electrical, telecommunications and electronics industries, and are engaged in design, development, research, production, commercial and management duties.
- Electrical Power Engineering
- Electronic Engineering (daytime studies only)
Mr. Eero Kupila
Head of the Degree Programme
tel. +354 06 74 4899
eero.kupila metropolia fi
Ms. Jenni Pöllönen
tel.+358 40 334 5099
jenni.pollonen metropolia fi
Automation is essential in all industry. It is utilized in monitoring and controlling industrial processes, energy management and process lines. In addition to industry, automation is also used in many everyday applications. Expertise fields of automation technology include different measurements, control technologies, and modern systems such as programmable controllers, PC-control rooms and distributable automation systems.
Automation engineers design and implement the automation of industrial processes, production equipment and products. They are also in charge of the operation and maintenance of computer based data collection, PC control room systems and automation systems. Automation engineers are employed, in addition to industry, also in design and software companies, in import companies and in research institutions. Duties vary from product development to design, programming, technical purchase and sales and training related expert and supervisory duties. Other expertise fields of an automation engineer are computer technology, extensive software know-how as well as economics and quality know-how.