Technical Telecommunications Engineer in Electronic Systems. (1st cycle degree)
The degree in Technical Telecommunications Engineering, specialising in Electronic Systems, aims to provide specific training in the field of electronics technology applied to the information and communication technologies.
The main fields covered by the studies are analogical and digital systems (based on microprocessors, microcontrollers and programmable logical devices) applied to the audiovisual sector and communications, electronic and biomedical instrumentation, data acquisition, processing and transmission, and industrial automation and control.
The studies are intended to provide the future technical engineer with:
- A solid, general training that allows them to adapt to different kinds of jobs and gives them the capacity to update their knowledge.
- Specific training by means of two specialist pathways (Design of Digital Electronic Systems and Communications Electronics), which makes it easier for them to find a place on the job market.
The studies leading to a degree in Electronic Systems Engineering are clearly oriented towards preparing students for a career in the following fields:
- Designing, coordinating and supervising the construction, setting up and operation of systems for communicating images, voice and data. Graduates are trained in the technical aspects they need to design all kinds of hardware.
- They can develop consumer electronics (toys, audio and video, etc.), industrial automation and ad hoc designs for electronic systems, among other areas.
- Graduates can also offer consulting services about electronic and computer systems, as well as setting them up and providing technical assistance.