What is electronic engineering?
Nowadays any field of human activity requires the support of electronics: communication systems, multimedia services, control of industrial processes, energy management, automotive, medicine, etc. Read more
There are just a few examples of the use of electronics that demonstrate their transversal nature. From the microchips to the motors of the trains, the electronics are everywhere wherever you look. In addition, the current tendency to produce electricity as a net source of energy makes electronics even more current than ever.
This degree aims to train graduates to meet the needs of companies and institutions in the diverse sectors of highly qualified personnel in design and technological development in the field of electronics. The degree provides a solid foundation in both physical and electronic principles and mathematicians that requires discipline with a future that goes beyond what we can now imagine. Electronics since its inception is a constantly evolving technology where research and technology transfer are key factors.