Bachelor's Degree in Electronic Engineering for Telecommunication
Starting in the 2016-2017 academic year, Telecommunication Systems Engineering and Electronic Engineering for Telecommunications will be offered together. In the first two years students will follow the same syllabus and, starting in the third year, each one will take the specific subjects belonging to their degree.
The Bachelor's Degree in Electronic Engineering for Telecommunication aims to equip future professionals to design the different modules of telecommunication systems (aerials, filters, amplifiers, signal transmission and processing), focusing on their electronic components (machinery). The degree allows its holders to work in telephone systems in general, satellite communications, instrument systems and electronic design in general.
Telecommunications Engineering includes the design, implementation and management of systems in charge of transmitting and receiving all types of information, by electromagnetic wave radiation, by light pulses through optical fibres or by sound wave emissions.
Telecommunications Engineering studies at the UAB qualify graduates to join any of the officially-regulated telecommunications engineering professions.
The degrees are taught using modern methodologies with the double aim of enhancing students' performance and helping them to enter the job market.
Close ties with technological centres of great international prestige and with leading ICT companies contribute to the high standards of teaching and boost the employability of UAB graduates in Telecommunications.
The ideal student for this course should have the following qualities:
- Good grounding in mathematics.
- Ability for abstraction and logical reasoning.
- Interest in scientific and technological advances.
- Facility for teamwork..
- Able to work in an organised manner.
Solid grounding in mathematics, physics and electrotechnology. Students should have taken these subjects in their previous studies and should have a good level of English.
Professionals are greatly needed in the field of ICT (Information and Communication Technologies), as well as in other sectors that use these types of technologies. Some of the most common career options are:
Systems design / integration.
Specialist in ICT solutions.
Communications network design.
Radio frequency engineer.
Hardware development engineer).
Telematic network architect.
Test / Integration specialist.
Analysis of telematic services.
Data communication engineering.
Designer of applications for the digital processing of signals.
Director of ICT projects.
Technology Development and Research.
ECTS methodology implies continuous assessment of all students' work.
Number of credits: 240 ECTS
Duration: 4 years
Period of study: Six-monthly
Part-time or full-time: Full-time, with the possibility of part-time dedication in line with UAB regulations.
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