1 Center for Bachelor of Engineering Studies, Technical University of Denmark 2 Center for Information Technology and Electronics, Center for Bachelor of Engineering Studies, Technical University of Denmark 3 Department of Electrical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark 4 Kavala Institute of Technology
The progress of science and technology emphasizes the connection between different domains and disciplines. The technology development and changing demands of the labour market require upgrading and renewing of learning outcomes in higher education, especially in engineering fields. The Life Long Learning (LLL) procedure must be the platform offering the required qualifications for the demands of companies and engineering professionals all over the world in order to support their competitiveness. In this paper we describe an improved proposal for accreditation of one important subject in engineering, namely Control Systems. The described procedure could be applied in the frame of LLL and also in classical engineering education systems, such as university and college education, in order to harmonize the recognition of engineering degrees in Europe and outside the Europe. Furthermore we state the necessary learning outcomes in the subject of Control Systems in engineering at Bachelor level (6th level of European Qualification Framework (EQF) and propose a process to test the qualifications. © 2013 IEEE.
Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on European Association for Education in Electrical and Information Engineering, 2013, p. 97-101
Accreditation; Control systems; Electrical engineering; Employment; Engineering; Engineering education
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