The degree programme in Electronic Engineering is marked by pronounced interaction between science and technology. Its essential aim is a solid training in the analysis and design of electronic devices, circuits and systems in all their applications, as well as in those aspects related to research, development and innovation. Electronic Engineering students are trained to:
- Resolve problems by identifying their most relevant physical principles.
- Master the use of algebraic and geometric structures and differential and integrated calculus.
- Design, validate and optimise electronic devices, circuits and systems as well as prototypes for diverse areas of application.
- Handle computational tools and methods proper to electronic engineering, conduct experiments and build prototypes.