The Degree in Electronic Communications Engineering aims to train professionals in communication technologies, electronic circuits and systems design, microprocessors and microcontrollers, electronic instrumentation, computer science and power electronics, as applied to the field of electronic communications and systems.
Students should show an ability for project leadership and be able to identify problems, and engage in risk assessment, providing suitable solutions, expanding their learning, and adapt to changes in order to operate in a rapidly evolving environment.
They should be capable of integrating the fundamental disciplines of electronic communications in order to apply them in research and professional activities in a multidisciplinary and multilingual context.
The objective of this course is to provide students with scientific and technical knowledge, as well as practical abilities in the various areas of industrial engineering, either to exploit present and future potential in the various disciplines or to engage in research and development in industrial electronic engineering.
These professionals should master the following technologies applied to automation and industrial processes control:
robotics, automation, microprocessors and microcontrollers, electronic instrumentation, industrial computing and power electronics.
They should be able to manage the functions and processes mentioned above, and be able to adapt to new methods and situations, make decisions, work in a multilingual and multidisciplinary context, and convey their knowledge and abilities. They should also be aware of the specific regulations affecting their field of work.