CPE Lyon Electronics – Telecommunications - Computer science course
Embedded computing, management, telecommunications, Internet, hardware, software... all aspects of electronics now overlap to provide customers with the service they expect. In these fields the engineer must as much as possible hone specialist skills, while simultaneously integrating on both a technical and a human level.
To respond to the reality that high technology systems increasingly closely combine electronics, informatics and telecommunications, the school provides student engineers with a global education in electronics / microelectronics, informatics, image and signal processing, telecommunications.
Every year CPE Lyon trains 110 engineers in Electronics – Telecommunications – Computer science
They decide on a speciality based on their tastes and aptitudes, choosing optional modules in year 4 and their major for year 5:
- Among the majors offered by the school are: "Electronic architecture and micro-electronics ", "Distributed Information Systems", "Telecommunications", "Image and algorithm
- Or in partner grandes écoles or universities in France or abroad.
- In parallel in year 5 the students will be able to follow a research Masters
CPE Lyon engineers are both multidisciplinary and specialist:
They have an over view of the information and communication technologies (ICT) sector and extensive competencies that enable them to design complex systems.
They are also expert in their speciality working at the highest level in large electronics, computer science or telecommunications enterprises or going on to do research for a doctorate
The description of the qualification “CPE Lyon graduate engineer, speciality electronics” appears on the French national professional certification register
More details (in french)
Programme of course units
Download the whole detailed programme: Electronics - Telecommunications - Computer science course (in french)
You will find below the course programme for each semester (each year is split into 2 semesters) and for the subjects taught.
By clicking on the module or course unit, you will find a detailed description of the content of the module, the anticipated learning outcomes, the method of assessment etc.
The code identifying each description identifies :
- The discipline (1 = Chemistry, 2 = Electronics, 3 = common chemistry - electronics units, 4 = Computer science and communication networks),
- The semester,
- The field (subject),
- The number order in the field,
- And the type of unit (C for obligatory, SO for semi-optional, MAJ for majors, OPT for optional units).
For information about registration, go to Admissions section : Admissions
Years of study, change of terminology!
The establishment of the “European Higher Education Area” and the Bachelor Master Doctorate system (BMD) has meant we have changed the terminology: we now number the years of higher education study from the baccalaureate. The 1st, 2nd and 3rd years of the engineering course at CPE Lyon have therefore become: Year 3, year 4, and year 5.