Degree in Electronic Communications Engineering

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Objectives

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.

Structure and credits

TYPE OF SUBJECT ECTS
Basic Training (B) 60
Obligatory (Ob) 108
Optional (Opt) 54
Final Project (Ob) 12
TOTAL CREDITS 240

Student profile

Students should have a good background in mathematics and an understanding of disciplines related to science and technology. A good level of English proficiency is advisable.
They should have some ability for abstraction, attention, perception, reasoning, organization and method, analysis and synthesis, and in interest in technology, imagination and a practical sense.

Professional opportunities and officially regulated professions

The Degree in Electronic Communication Engineering leads to the Master's Degree in Telecommunications Engineering, which enables its holders to work professionally as Telecommunications Engineers.

Among other areas, graduates could work specifically in the fields of:

  • Telecommunications.
  • Analogue electronics.
  • Digital electronics.
  • Digital electronic systems.
  • Electronic instruments.
  • Electronic control.
  • Electronic design and technology.
  • Power electronics.
  • Ccommunication electronics.
  • Photonic technology.
  • Communications and the Internet.
  • Medicine, homes and leisure.
  • Intelligent electrical networks.
  • Eenergy efficiency and renewable energy.
  • Ttransport.
  • Robotics.

First academic year taught

Curso 2010/11 PRIMERO
Curso 2011/12 PRIMERO Y SEGUNDO
Curso 2012/13 PRIMERO, SEGUNDO Y TERCERO
Curso 2013/14 PRIMERO, SEGUNDO, TERCERO Y CUARTO

Information leaflet

More information

  • Teaching centre: Polytechnic School
  • Official State Bulletin publication date:  09/03/2011
  • Number of places available:  75
  • Type of teaching:   CLASSROOM
  • Language of instruction:   SPANISH, ENGLISH
  • First academic year taught:   2010-11

Observaciones

Distinguido con el sello de excelencia EUR-ACE® que concede la agencia ENAEE, tras la evaluación del título con arreglo de una serie de estándares definidos, de acuerdo con los principios de calidad, relevancia, transparencia, reconocimiento y movilidad contemplados en el Espacio Europeo de Educación Superior.

External practicums

Final Project

International Programmes and Exchanges

Complaints, suggestions

Objectives

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.

Structure and credits

TYPE OF SUBJECT ECTS
Basic Training (B) 60
Obligatory (Ob) 108
Optional (Opt) 54
Final Project (Ob) 12
TOTAL CREDITS 240

Student profile

Students should have a good background in mathematics and an understanding of disciplines related to science and technology. A good level of English proficiency is advisable.
They should have some ability for abstraction, attention, perception, reasoning, organization and method, analysis and synthesis, and in interest in technology, imagination and a practical sense.

Professional opportunities and officially regulated professions

The Degree in Electronic Communication Engineering leads to the Master's Degree in Telecommunications Engineering, which enables its holders to work professionally as Telecommunications Engineers.

Among other areas, graduates could work specifically in the fields of:

  • Telecommunications.
  • Analogue electronics.
  • Digital electronics.
  • Digital electronic systems.
  • Electronic instruments.
  • Electronic control.
  • Electronic design and technology.
  • Power electronics.
  • Ccommunication electronics.
  • Photonic technology.
  • Communications and the Internet.
  • Medicine, homes and leisure.
  • Intelligent electrical networks.
  • Eenergy efficiency and renewable energy.
  • Ttransport.
  • Robotics.

First academic year taught

Curso 2010/11 PRIMERO
Curso 2011/12 PRIMERO Y SEGUNDO
Curso 2012/13 PRIMERO, SEGUNDO Y TERCERO
Curso 2013/14 PRIMERO, SEGUNDO, TERCERO Y CUARTO

Information leaflet

More information

  • Teaching centre: Polytechnic School
  • Official State Bulletin publication date:  09/03/2011
  • Number of places available:  75
  • Type of teaching:   CLASSROOM
  • Language of instruction:   SPANISH, ENGLISH
  • First academic year taught:   2010-11

Observaciones

Distinguido con el sello de excelencia EUR-ACE® que concede la agencia ENAEE, tras la evaluación del título con arreglo de una serie de estándares definidos, de acuerdo con los principios de calidad, relevancia, transparencia, reconocimiento y movilidad contemplados en el Espacio Europeo de Educación Superior.

External practicums

Final Project

International Programmes and Exchanges

Complaints, suggestions