Upon successfully completing this course, students will be able to:
1. Possess and understand key knowledge and aspects of electronic instrumentation, including some cutting-edge developments in the field.
2. Apply their knowledge of electronic instrumentation in a professional manner, able to develop and defend arguments and solve problems in the area of electronic instrumentation.
3. Solve problems with initiative, creativity, critical reasoning, and be able to convey them.
4. Apply their knowledge to develop and implement circuit and component designs in electronic instrumentation systems that meet specific requirements.
5. Design and conduct experiments in the area of electronic instrumentation systems, and analyze and interpret the results obtained.
6. Possess fundamental knowledge of electronics.
7. Understand applicable methods and techniques in the field of electronic instrumentation and their limitations.