Electrical Engineering

Business and opportunities

The purpose of the ENIT Engineering Department is to provide future engineers with scientific and technical training, both theoretically and practically. The teaching covers, thanks to a common core and three options, a very broad spectrum of modern Electrical Engineering namely: electrical engineering, electrical systems, electronics, microelectronics, embedded systems, automation, automation industrial computing and industrial computing. Certification: As ENIT has been a LabVIEW Academy certified institution since October 2011, Electrical Engineering training is complemented by a LabVIEW certifying module: (http://www.ni.com/academic/labview_academy_schools.htm) LabVIEW Certification Issued by National Instruments Following Training  
The training provided at ENIT allowed students to integrate companies working in all the specialties of Electrical Engineering. Thanks to the versatility of the training, the missions of an Electrical Engineering Engineer at ENIT can concern various fields:
  • Industrial sectors: conversion, transmission and distribution of electrical energy, renewable energy production and management systems, control, automation and supervision of industrial processes, industrial IT, etc.
  • New technologies in the fields of microelectronics, embedded systems, smart grids, etc.

Training program

     The training provided at ENIT allowed students to integrate companies working in all the specialties of Electrical Engineering.

First year
Mathematics / Analysis, Probability and Statistics, Solid State Physics, Measurement and Instrumentation, Operational Research and Optimization, Procedural Programming, Electronics I, Digital Electronics, General Automation, Signal Processing, Electrical Circuits, Electrical Machines I, Microprocessors and Microcontrollers, Materials for GE, Apparatus and protection, General economics, Entrepreneurship and innovation, Business management, Leadership, Resource planning management, Languages, Integration week, Systems week, Internship.
Second year
Object-Oriented Programming, Operating Systems, Databases, Electronics II, Programmable Digital Circuit Design, Advanced Microcontrollers, Electrical Machines II, Power Electronics, Electrical Networks and Installations, Embedded Systems, Industrial Controllers, Systems Analysis and Control, Signal Transmission, Digital Signal Processing, Communication Circuits, Mobile Programming, Programming Tools, Communication Techniques, Engineering Internship, Integration Week, Opening Week, Languages, PFAII.
Third year


Research activities in Electrical Engineering are organized around the following research structures:

Two Research Masters will be authorized from the 2017-2018 academic year:

• Master of Research in Automatic.
• Master of Research in Electrical Systems.