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The programme leading to a Diploma in Electrical Technology is 90 ECTS credits, taught through distance learning. The requirements for the Diploma in Electrical Technology reflect the requirements for the professional title of Certified Technician (Icelandic: iðnfræðingur), as accredited by the Icelandic Ministry of Industries. The programme is practically orientated, rooted in the electrical and electronics industry. Emphasis is placed on practical project work and the application of computer design tools. Most of the teachers have extensive industrial experience. In the final semester, students complete a final project of 12 ECTS dealing with technical solutions in development, design and planning, wherein they demonstrate the knowledge and professional competence they have gained. The main objective of the programme is to qualify students for jobs as intermediate professionals, filling the gap between certified tradesmen and higher level technical staff. Upon completion of the programme, the following criteria shall be fulfilled. KNOWLEDGE Upon completion of the programme, the student should have gained general knowledge and understanding of basic principles of the following: Electric circuits, electronics, digital technology, electrical machinery, power distribution systems, programmable controllers and control systems, and the design of lighting and electrical installations. Computer-aided drawing and design, including the methods and tools most commonly used i.e. AutoCad. The general structure o ...