The University Of Georgia
Program name: Electrical and Computer Engineering
Study Level: Undergraduate
Program leader: Kakhaber Tavzarashvili
Study language: Georgian
Qualification: Bachelor of Engineering
Program capacity: 240
Program permission:

Admission criteria/ prerequisite (for the citizens of Georgia):
The students are enrolled on the bachelor programs on the basis of the results of the national entrance exams or on the basis of the decree  №224/ნ  (December 29, 2011) of the Minister of Education and Science of Georgia, on the basis of  the administrative registration and the decree of the Rector.

Admission criteria/ prerequisites (for the foreign country citizens):
Foreign entrants who completed secondary education abroad or got the education equivalent to it, or/and completed the last two years of secondary education  abroad , or students, who lived abroad during last two or more years and studied abroad in higher educational institutions accredited in compliance with the  legislation of the host country can be  enrolled in the program without taking national entrance exams on the basis of the decree № 224 / ნ  (December 29, 2011)  of the Minister of Education and Science of Georgia. If the entrants don’t have English language Certificate FCE (First Certificate in English) the language competence (B2 – Intermediate )  is proved on the basis of the University exam in English with the minimal passing rate 60%.

Program goals: The program envisions fostering the field advancement by producing competitive, highly qualified specialists in Engineering, equipped with international standard and quality advanced education and skills based on the contemporary market trends. During the program students will acquire skills to design and realize electrical components, systems, or processes, write simple computer programs and analyze theoretical and numerical results of various engineering, physical and mathematical problems and foster innovation in the field. Graduates of the Engineering program can be employed by IT and telecommunication companies, Governmental organizations, banks and many private companies as electrical, telecommunication, radio and computer Engineers.
Methods for Attaining Learning Outcomes:

Methods for achieving knowledge and understanding
Lectures and seminars
Working with textbooks
Laboratory working
Usage of video and audio products
Interactive studies
Methods for developing skills or abilities for practical use in real life
Practical study
Laboratory working
Team work
Formulation and solving of a problem
Producing (small) more complicated research under the supervision
Methodology for developing judgment skills or abilities
Critical analysis
Presenting and defending debatable topics
Problem solving tasks
Literature analysis
Critical assessment of own work
Constrictive criticism of others’ work
Methods for developing learning skills or abilities
Working with textbook
Searching required literature electronically and in library
Methods for developing communication skills or abilities
Writing assignments
Verbal and oral methods

Learning outcomes:
Knowledge and understanding
  • Know and understand mathematics, science and engineering principles;
    Know and understand physics, including mechanics, electromagnetism, molecular physics, optics and modern physics with quantum theory;
    Know and understand mathematics through differential and integral calculus, typically including differential equations, linear algebra, complex variables, and discrete mathematics;
    Know and understand basics of computer science, Office software, programming with C++, Engineering software (LabView, MathLab) ;
    Know and understand engineering necessary to analyze and design complex electronic devices, software, and systems containing hardware and software components, as appropriate to program objectives;
    Know and understand contemporary engineering issues.

  • Skills
  • Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering principles for solving problems;
    Identify, formulate and solve problems encountered in the practice of electrical, telecommunication and computer engineering;
    Design and conduct experiments according to pre-instructions;
    Use the techniques, skills and modern engineering tools necessary for electrical, telecommunication and computer engineering practice;
    Design and realize electrical components, systems, or processes to meet desired needs and realistic constraints.
    Write simple computer programs with pre-instructions;
    Analyze theoretical and numerical results of various engineering, physical and mathematical problems;
    Design and conduct experiments to compare the theoretical and experimental results;
    Analyze quantitative and qualitative results of a research.
    Function on multidisciplinary teams;
    Present own vision in writing as well as to make presentation using modern technology in subject areas;
    Use appropriate terminology during a presentation;
    Explain or tell appropriate information to the specialists as well as other interested individuals;
    Participate in discussion;
    Present detailed analysis of the result in writing;
    Communicate fluently in Georgian and in English in subject areas;
    Use electronical communication at academic level;
    Find information by using modern telecommunication technologies.

  • Responsibility and autonomy
  • უწყვეტი პროფესიული განვითარებისკენ სწრაფვა, სპეციალობაში ცოდნისა და უნარების დამოუკიდებლად გაღრმავება, უფრო რთული ამოცანების გადაწყვეტისა და კომპლექსური სისტემების მართვის დამოუკიდებლად შესწავლა;
    ციფრული ბიბლიოთეკებისა და ინტერნეტის გამოყენებით მოპოვებული ახალი ინფორმაციის მოპოვება კრიტიკულად დამუშავება;
    როგორც სპეციალისტმა დააფასოს და პატივი სცეს პროფესიულსა და ეთიკურ ღირებულებებს;
    გაითავისოს ინჟინერიის მნიშვნელობა გლობალურ, ეკონომიკურ გარემოსა და სოციალურ კონტექსტში;
    გაითავისოს ლიბერალურ დემოკრატიული ღირებულებები, რაც გამოიხატება პიროვნებისა და საკუთრების
    გაითავისოს, როგორც ფიზიკურ, ისე ინტელექტუალურ საკუთრებასთან დაკავშირებული ღირებულებები;
    პასუხისმგებლობით მოეკიდოს როგორც პირადი, ისე გუნდური საკითხებს.

  • Date of approval: 12-03-2012
    Approval protocol number: 43-12
    Date of program update: 08-31-2016
    Update protocol number: 31/16
    Program details: After completing the core program (180 ECTS) the rest of credits (60 ECTS) student can choose from: one of the elective program concentrations (42 ECTS) and free credits;  free credit from other program concentrations in accordance with preconditions or other English Language Programs.  Program elective concentrations are:  Engineering physics (42 ECTS)  Telecommunications (42 ECTS)  Computing (42 ECTS)
    Teaching Process Characteristics: The length for undergraduate studies is defined as 4 years or 8 terms. University Study Day is divided in lectures (lessons).The lecture consists of several (two, three or four) parts (theoretical part, practical – seminar, lab), each of length - 60 minutes. At the University groups (classes) are formed as from 25 or 50 students. The minimum number of students per group is 10. If during the registration less than 10 students registered, the University reserves the right not to open the group.

    University Core

    Code Subject ECTS Semester
    ENGL2217English language IV (B1/2)6 1
    ENGL3149English Language V (B2/1)6 2
    ENGL3213English Language VI (B2/2)6 3
    KART1220Academic Writing6 4
    BUSN1210Basics of Business and Economics6 5
    HIST1118Civilizations and Mankind Development6 6

    Credits sum:


    Program Core

    Code Subject ECTS Semester
    EENG1120Introduction to Electronics6 1
    INFO1111Introduction in Programming (C++)6 1
    MATH1115Calculus I6 1
    MATH1123Linear Algebra and Analytical Geometry6 1
    EENG1104Mechanics6 2
    EENG2213Fundamentals of Computer Engineering6 2
    INFO3131Object Oriented Programming C++6 2
    MATH1166Calculus II6 2
    EENG1205Electricity and Magnetism6 3
    EENG2101Engineering Mathematics I6 3
    EENG2110Circuit Analysis6 3
    EENG2210General Chemistry Fundamentals6 3
    EENG2108Thermodynamics, waves and optics6 4
    EENG2202Engineering Mathematics II6 4
    EENG2212Analog Electronics6 4
    EENG3113Digital Electronics6 5
    EENG3115Engineering Electromagnetics6 5
    INFO2411Computer Architecture6 5
    EENG2211Semiconductor Fundamentals6 6
    EENG3220LabView Programming6 6
    INFO3110Computer Network I6 6
    EENG3116Introduction to Signals and Systems6 7
    EENG3216Microprocessors6 7
    EENG4129Antenna theory and design6 7

    Credits sum:


    Program Elective

    Code Subject ECTS
    INFO4259Data Structures and Algorithms6
    ENGL2147English Language III (B1/1)6
    INFO3267Introduction in Technology12
    MATH3238Introduction in Mathematics12
    MATH4118Fundamentals of Cryptology6
    INFO1112Office Systems6
    MATH3112Discrete Mathematics6
    EENG1220electrical power engineering6
    EENG1221Electrotechnical Materials6
    EENG2512Labor Safety6
    EENG3217Modern Physics6
    EENG3218System Modeling and Control6
    EENG3221Microwave Circuit and System Design6
    EENG4235Computer Security6
    INFO3010Introduction to Blockchain technology6
    EENG3222Software Engineering6
    EENG4124Electromagnetic Compatibility6
    EENG4128Telecommunication Systems6
    EENG4134Modern Operating Systems6
    INFO3210Computer Networks II6
    EENG4010Bachelor project12
    EENG4011Bachelor thesis12

    Credits sum:



    Code Subject ECTS
    ENGL1147English Language I (A1)6
    ENGL1247English Language II (A2)6
    ENGL2147English Language III (B1/1)6

    Credits sum:


    Matrix Of Privequisites

    Evaluation system

    Weekly review

    36 point / 36%;

    Research Paper

    10 point/ 10%;

    Midterm exams

    24 point / 24%;

    Final exam

    30 point / 30%

    Point GPA The university assessment   The general assessment in Georgia
    97-100 4,00 A+ A Excellent
    94-96 3,75 A
    91-93 3,50 A-
    87-90 3,25 B+   Very good
    84-86 3,00 B B
    81-83 2,75 B-  
    77-80 2,50 C+   C good
    74-76 2,25 C
    71-73 2,00 C-
    67-70 1,75 D+   D Satisfactory
    64-66 1,50 D
    61-63 1,25 D-
    51-60 1,00 E E Sufficient
    Not passed
    41-50   FX FX Insufficient
    <40   F F Failed

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