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Master's Degree in Telecommunication Engineering Vera (València) Campus, Universitat Politècnica de València

Master's Degree in Telecommunication Engineering

120 credits ECTS

Introduction

Telecommunications Engineering is a branch of engineering that solves problems of signal transmission and reception, and network interconnection. A telecommunications engineer is trained to advise, design, manage, install and maintain the electronic and telecommunications infrastructure and equipment of any company.

The principles and techniques associated with the processing and transmission of information are at the heart of a telecommunications engineer's training. The physical and mathematical sciences, as well as engineering techniques, computer science and electronics, are the tools available to the profession in fields such as optical, satellite and microwave communications, wireless networks, broadcasting, etc.

Objectives

In the new framework of degrees adapted to the European Higher Education Area (EHEA), competencies for professional practice are acquired, in some cases with the bachelor's degree, and in others, with the master's degree. The Master's Degree in Telecommunications Engineering qualifies students to work as telecommunications engineers.

It has also been designed taking the Degree in Telecommunication Technologies and Services Engineering as a reference, thus forming an integrated academic path, in order to achieve the attributions of the profession of telecommunications engineer.

Admission criteria

The Master's Degree in Telecommunication Engineering has been designed taking the Bachelor's Degree in Telecommunication Technologies and Services Engineering as a reference; therefore, graduates of that degree will have direct access to the master's degree.

Graduates of other degrees in the same field of studies, both from the UPV and from other universities, national or foreign, can also access the Master's Degree in Telecommunications Engineering, provided that the degrees of origin comply with the provisions of section 4.2.1. of the Ministerial Order CIN/355/2009.


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