The electrical engineer is a well rounded engineer with solid knowledge in the field of electrical engineering for the study, design and control of electro-energy systems.

He receives quality theoretical and practical training in the field of energy conversion in the broad sense of the term, which revolves around: electromechanical converters, power and control electronics, automation, electrical and HV networks, renewable energy, energy quality, industrial computing, simulation tools and software, etc.

This option will provide training adapted to professional insertion (several outlets in companies working in the field of electrical engineering), it will also offer him if his scholastic record is adequate the possibility of preparing a doctoral thesis.

Curriculum content:

The curriculum program of the second cycle that leads to the diplome d’ingénieur d’état in Electrical Engineering.

Semesters Teaching units (U.E) Material (s) coefficient
Semester 1 Fundamental Teaching Unit Automatic 1 3
Electronics Analog 1 2
Combinatorial and sequential systems 1 2
Electrical and magnetic circuits 2
Electromagnetism and Waves 2
Teaching Unit Methodology Programming language 2
Applied numerical methods 2
Transversal Teaching Unit Intellectual Property 2
English 1 2
Semester 2 Fundamental Teaching Unit Automatic 2 2
Electronic Analog 2 2
Combinatorial and sequential systems 2 2
Electrical machines 2
Power electronics 2
Teaching Unit Methodology Normalization 2
Production, transport & distribution of electrical energy 2
Signal processing 2
Transversal Teaching Unit English2 2
Discovery Teaching Unit Internship 1 2
Semesters Teaching units (U.E) Material (s) coefficient
Semester 3 Fundamental Teaching Unit Advanced power electronics 3
Advanced Electrical Engineering 3
Electrical networks-1 3
Technical HT 3
Teaching Unit Methodology Microprocessors and computers 3
Artificial intelligence applied to electrical engineering 3
Electromagnetic compatibility 2
Semestre 4 Fundamental Teaching Unit Control electronics 3
Logic automation, modeling and control 3
Industrial electrical equipment and installations 2
Dynamic modulation of AC machines 3
Analysis of electrical networks 3
Teaching Unit Methodology Programmable circuits, microcontrollers, DSP and FPGA 2
CAD electro-energetic systems 2
Discovery Teaching Unit Mini project 1
Internship 2 1
Semesters Teaching units (U.E) Material (s) coefficient
Semestre 5 Fundamental Teaching Unit Control of electrical machines 3
Calculation and Design of Electrical Machines 3
Techniques for the protection of electrical networks 2
Industrial Information Technology 2
Teaching Unit Methodology Renewable energy 2
Quality and energy efficiency 2
Transversal Teaching Unit Methodology for studying and conducting projects 2
Organization and business management 2
Industrial safety 2
Semestre 6 End of study project 30

Complementary curriculum in order to obtain the Master degree in Electrical Engineering.

Semestre Topics Hourly volume coefficient
S3 Introduction to research 22h30 2
S4 Introduction to the design of electrical machines 22h30 2
S5 Materials for electrical engineering 22h30 2
S6 Master’s thesis 132h30 4