The degree of Electrical Engineering of Power Systems aims training highly skilled electrical power engineers who have expertise ranging from electrical systems design to management and control of power systems, including the fields of power generation, transmission, distribution and utilization, as well as the energy conversion systems based on power electronic converter technologies. Throughout the programme, the students will gain the fundamental understanding in electrical energy and power systems. In addition, they will develop other skills concerning the development, operation, maintenance, commissioning and technical assistance of sales departments for electrical energy and power systems. Thus, this graduation lays the groundwork for the pursuit of an advanced degree or provides the opportunity for career advancement.
The Social Action Regulation aims to define the rules for granting educational benefits to students enrolled at Universidade Lusófona. Educational benefits are understood to be a reduction in the annual value of tuition fees, provided to students, relatives of students and employees of the Lusófona Group, former students enrolled in Doctoral courses, students from non-higher education establishments belonging to the Lusófona Group, between others
- A solid and consistent vision of the principles and technologies in the field of Electrical Systems and Power Systems knowledge of the use of domestic and industrial power, with diagnostic capability of its operation, monitoring and carrying out operations necessary for their maintenance, including optimizing the energy efficiency of them. Design capabilities, including low voltage installations.
- Capacity analysis and simulation of ESS.
- Ability to understand the functioning of electrical energy, including renewable energy, and know the rules to which it obeys.
- Ability to carry out independent studies and research and development projects.
- Developing capacity for practical application of knowledge in finding solutions to new problems.
Mathematics A (19) and Physics and Chemistry (07)