Training objectives

The title of Industrial Technical Engineer, specialty in Industrial Electronics, implies specific training in the field of electronic technology applied to the industrial environment.

The first two courses of the degree are oriented towards fundamental knowledge and, in the last course, the student can choose between four blocks of knowledge intensification:

  • Electricity: generation, transmission and distribution of electrical energy. Quality, measurements, equipment and electrical installations.
  • Power Electronics: applications of microprocessors to industry and measurement and instrumentation systems. Power electronics.
  • Automation and Control: control of industrial systems and automation.
  • Industrial Informatics: industrial approach to computer control systems.

Professional skills

The industrial technical engineer, specializing in industrial electronics, has a profile clearly oriented to the professional performance of the following activities:

  • Legal certification of facilities and other certifications; legal advice, and expert opinions.
  • Direction and technical management in private companies and in the public administration; process maintenance; design of plans in technical office, and implementation of industrial projects.
  • Control and automation of production and machines; development of electronic designs; instrumentation of air conditioning and electrical installations.
  • Production management and quality implementation; prevention of occupational hazards, and safety and hygiene at work.
  • Teacher in the areas defined by law.

Job opportunities

As industrial technical engineers, they have, by Law 12/86, professional attributes that allow them a wide variety of job options in the following sectors:

  • Private sector: they can carry out their professional activity in practically all sectors of industry such as electrolytic, computer science, electrical, mechanical, communications, metallurgical, naval, chemical, aeronautical, etc.
  • Free exercise of the profession: the self-employment of the industrial technical engineer, specializing in industrial electronics, is mainly focused on the drafting and signing of projects, the technical management of commercial premises facilities, homes, etc. and the management of opening licenses (with the limits of competences established by law depending on the specialty studied), the power and load of the facilities, etc. In addition, his training allows him to work on carrying out certifications, verifications, claims assessments, etc.
  • Public administration: civil servant or labor personnel of technical bodies in all types of public administrations: European Union, state, regional and local, in carrying out expert opinions, etc.
  • Research, development and innovation: research in public or private centers and in R + D + I departments of large companies, mainly in the development of models.
  • Public and private teaching: in public and private teaching centers, both in secondary school and at university

Modules taken

Sound Characteristics and Electronic Processing3Free elective
Electrical Installation I4.5Free elective
Electronic Instrumentation9Core
Principles of Physics9Core
Applied Statistics6Core
Introduction to Computer Science6Core
Economy and Industrial Organization6Core
Industrial Automation9Core
Analogue Electronics7.5Core
Power Electronics7.5Core
Digital Systems I7.5Core
Industrial Computer Science II9Core
Automatic Control9Core
Electronic Technology I4.5Core
Electronic Technology II6Core
Linear Circuits and Systems II6Core
Technical Office in Electronic Engineering6Core
Final Project I6Core
Graphic Expression in Electronic Engineering6Core
Mechanical Systems6Core
Numerical Methods4.5Compulsory
Introduction to Digital Systems6Compulsory
Digital Systems II6Compulsory
Linear Systems and Circuits I3Compulsory
Electronic Technology Laboratory and Circuit Theory4.5Compulsory
Industrial Computer Science II4.5Compulsory
Electrical Machines6Compulsory
Final Project II6Compulsory
Techniques of Professional Communication3Optional
Signals and Systems I4.5Optional
Extension of Mathematics4.5Optional
Supplementary Automatic Control4.5Optional
Engineering of Electronic Equipment I4.5Optional
Engineering of Electronic Equipment II4.5Optional
Signal and Systems II4.5Optional
Electronic Systems with Microcontrollers4.5Optional
VLSI Design4.5Optional
Remote Control Systems4.5Optional

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