The student with a Second-cycle degree course in Communication Engineering is based on teaching methodologies that emphasise the generality of topics and frequent learning assessments based on written and oral reports of their work, culminating in the writing and discussion of the dissertation:
- possesses the basic technical-scientific knowledge that enables him or her to place his or her work fully in broader contexts, including international ones, and to clearly justify his or her choices on the basis of known fundamentals.
- is able to transfer his/her knowledge, making use of presentation methods and technologies and adapting the form of communication to the needs of the interlocutor;
- is able to cooperate effectively in the activities of homogeneous and heterogeneous work groups;
- has interpersonal and decision-making skills and is able to communicate effectively in written and oral form.
The acquisition of the above-mentioned skills is assessed at various levels within the training activities, primarily during the examinations, which mainly consist of oral examinations, written tests and laboratory reports, as well as during participation in working groups set up within theoretical and experimental courses. These skills are further honed in the preparation of the thesis and final dissertation also with the use of multimedia tools.