The University Of Georgia
Program name: Electronic and Communication Engineering
Study Level: Undergraduate
Program leader: Kakhaber Tavzarashvili
Irakli Noselidze
Nodar Ugrelidze
Study language: Georgian
Qualification: Bachelor of Electrical Engineering
Program capacity: 240
Program permission: Foreign high-school graduates who received complete general education abroad or its equivalent and the last two years of complete general education had studied abroad or students who lived abroad for the last two or more years and who are currently studying abroad in higher educational institutions recognized by the legislation of the host countries will be able to enter the program without passing Uniform National Entrance Examinations according to Order №224/N of the Minister of Education and Science of Georgia (December 29, 2011).If the applicant does not have the English language certificates in FCE (First Certificate in English), he / she must pass the English language B2 level university test (60% positive assessment).
Program goals:

The aim of the program is to facilitate the development of electronic and communications engineering by prepare competent, highly qualified specialists who will have competitive higher education and skills in line with modern standards.

The undergraduate program is designed to provide the student with a thorough engineering skills in electronics, computer engineering, and communication. To give knowledge of modern standards in information technologies, design and implementation of systems and processes, compilation of simple software code, analysis of various engineering and mathematical tasks and innovative technological thinking, to develop teamwork skills with real experience in project implementation.

Graduates of the program will be able to be employed in Electronic, Computer, Telecommunications and Energy companies, Government organizations, Banks and other private companies where the competencies of an electronic engineering specialist are required. International certification courses integrated into the program provided by the school as additional offers, such as Cisco, Microsoft, Oracle Academic, iOS training courses, will give students the opportunity to receive international certificates.

Methods for Attaining Learning Outcomes:
  • Lecture - Seminar
  • Working with the book
  • Demonstration
  • Discussions
  • Practical lessons
  • Laboratory exercises
  • Interactive lessons
  • Team work
  • Problem solving and their solution
  • Verbal and oral method
  • Critical analysis
  • Problem-solving tasks
Learning outcomes:
  • The graduate will have an ability to:

    • identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems by applying principles of engineering, science, and mathematics.
    • apply engineering design to produce solutions that meet specified needs with consideration of public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors.
    • communicate effectively with a range of audiences.
    • recognize ethical and professional responsibilities in engineering situations and make informed judgments, which must consider the impact of engineering solutions in global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts.
    • function effectively on a team whose members together provide leadership, create a collaborative and inclusive environment, establish goals, plan tasks, and meet objectives.
    • develop and conduct appropriate experimentation, analyze and interpret data, and use engineering judgment to draw conclusions.
    • acquire and apply new knowledge as needed, using appropriate learning strategies.
  • Date of approval: 01-01-1900
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    Program details:

    The student can be guided by the proposed curriculum and individually draw up his/her personal curriculum, taking into account the requirements of the subjects. To complete a bachelor's project in the last year of study, the student chooses a topic of thesis from the proposed areas. The bachelor's project is carried out in groups, which contributes to the development of filed knowledge and teamwork skills. The program provides for an optional course internship, which will help the student, if necessary, to better formulate himself when choosing a topic for a bachelor's project.

    Teaching Process Characteristics:

    In order to obtain a bachelor's degree, a student must complete 240 credits, which includes the following distribution of credits:

    • Program Electve 30 ECTS;
    • Program Core 168 ECTS;
    • Compulsory University 30 ECTS;
    • Free 12 ECTS.

    The program electives are conditionally divided into three groups of specialties: Electronics, Communications and Intelligent Systems. The student has the opportunity to accumulate credits of one of the groups to complete a bachelor's project in a specific direction.

    Under free credits, a student may study subjects in the same program, a similar graduate program, or other programs at the university by meeting the appropriate prerequisites.

    Humanitarian-Social Block

    Code Subject ECTS Semester
    ANTH3130Basics of Cultural Anthropology6 1,3
    BUSN4433Economy, business, management6 1,3
    HIST1118Civilizations and Mankind Development6 1,3
    HIST1222History of Russian occupation in Georgia6 1,3
    LAWB1155Debates and Critical Thinking6 1,3
    LAWB1177Thinking and Morality6 1,3
    LAWB1195Citizenship in the modern world6 1,3
    LITR1212The great Books6 1,3
    POLI2260Basics of Political Ideologies6 1,3

    Credits sum:


    STEM Block

    Code Subject ECTS Semester
    STEM0002Ingenuity, entrepreneurship and technology6 2
    STEM0003Experiments that changed the world6 2
    STEM0012Biology and Health of the Human6 1,2
    STEM0013Basics of Cyber Hygiene6 1,2

    Credits sum:


    Program Core

    Code Subject ECTS Semester
    ENGL3213English Language VI (B2/2)6 1
    EENG1111Programming for Engineers - Python6 1
    MATH1115Calculus I6 1
    INFO1112Office Systems6 1
    EENG1120Introduction to Electronics6 1
    MATH1166Calculus II6 2
    PHYS2003Physics I6 2
    MATH1123Linear Algebra and Analytical Geometry6 2
    MATH3112Discrete Mathematics6 3
    PHYS2004Physics II6 3
    EENG2005Engineering Mathematics6 3
    EENG2212Analog Electronics6 3
    INFO4259Data Structures and Algorithms6 4
    INFO2229Operation System (Windows)6 4
    EENG3113Digital Electronics6 4
    MATH2004Probability and Statistics6 5
    EENG3115Engineering Electromagnetics6 5
    EENG2020Circuit Analysis I6 5
    EENG2015Microcontrollers Programming6 5
    EENG2121Circuit Analysis II6 6
    EENG2012Digital Communication12 6
    EENG2013Signal Processors6 6
    INFO3110Computer Network I6 7
    EENG2008Modeling program tools6 7
    EENG4235Computer Security6 7
    STEM40006 7
    EENG4010Bachelor project12 8

    Credits sum:


    Program Elective

    Code Subject ECTS
    INFO1111Introduction in Programming (C++)6
    INFO1112Office Systems6
    INFO3131Object Oriented Programming C++6
    EENG4129Antenna theory and design6
    INFO4116Introduction to Machine Learning Modeling6
    INFO2411Computer Architecture6
    INFO3210Computer Networks II6
    MATH4118Fundamentals of Cryptology6
    EENG1215Signal Processing6
    INFO4114Artificial Intelligence6
    EENG1213Semiconductor devices6
    EENG2115Communication technologies6
    EENG2116Radiofrequency Circuits and Systems6
    INFO1107IT Services and Projects Management6
    EENG1217Measuring Devices6
    EENG2117Radiolocation and Radionavigation6
    EENG2118Radio-Tele Broadcasting Technologies6

    Credits sum:



    Code Subject ECTS
    ENGL2147English Language III (B1/1)6
    ENGL2217English language IV (B1/2)6
    ENGL3149EEnglish Language V (B2/1)6

    Credits sum:


    Matrix Of Privequisites

    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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