A multinational Master’s degree program in electronic system engineering

Helmuth Gesch, Tanja Karp, Richard Gale, Nanna Suryana Herman

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Abstract

– This paper describes the effort of creating an international joint master program in the area of electronic system engineering (ESE) focused on the needs of the electronic industry. Three universities in the U.S., Germany and Malaysia have designed an accredited executive master program in collaboration with multinational companies operating in the electronic and semiconductor industries to push forward a lifelong learning process as well as training the academic teachers. It is intended to recruit potential students with work experience and a need to reach a higher educational level to the program. As a first step, a curriculum is implemented with Texas Tech University (TTU), U.S., and the University of Applied Sciences Landshut (UAS La), Germany, which serves as program manager. In a second step Universiti Teknikal Melaka (UTeM), Malaysia is going to join the program.

Original languageEnglish
StatePublished - Jun 9 2012
Event2012 ASEE International Forum - San Antonio, United States
Duration: Jun 9 2012Jun 10 2012

Conference

Conference2012 ASEE International Forum
CountryUnited States
CitySan Antonio
Period06/9/1206/10/12

Keywords

  • Executive master program
  • Germany and Malaysia
  • Multinational joint degree in the U.S
  • Train the academic teachers

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