Bachelor, Master, Continuing education
The ISEA Institute is responsible for the Department of Innovative Technologies in the provision of training at the level of Bachelor degree, Master and continuing education courses in electronics, making available the specific competencies and high qualified profiles of its lecturers and researchers.

The Bachelor courses (Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering) give students the basic knowledge of electrical engineering and they develop the ability to carry out experimental projects, to formulate problems, to find solutions, to work in groups and to receive and present successfully information to the community.

In the third year of study the students carry out projects and thesis whose theme is often extracted from industrial projects proposed by the SUPSI partners, to which the Institute's researchers work. In this context the assistance of a team made up of lecturers, researchs and external contractors guarantees students a broader view of the professional issues, included economic, organisational and security aspects.

The Master's courses (Master of Science in Engineering, MSE) offer the possibility to complete the training with in-depth studies and targeted practical work. During their studies, MSE students intensify their ability to think abstractly and to act in an application and solution-oriented way. They have a broad-ranging methodological know-how, they are able to recognise complex interconnections and solve problems independently.

Advanced studies courses offered by the Department of Innovative Technologies lead to Master’s qualifications (MAS), certificates (CAS) and diplomas (DAS) in the fields of electronics, computer science, mechanics and management area.

Within this program ISEA provides a range of opportunities in the disciplines of electronics, technical computer science, mechatronics and telecommunications. The offer is adapted annually both to remain at the forefront of technological evolution and to take into account industry and services market demands.