Electronic Engineering

About the Career

The career of Electronic Engineering has a trajectory of more than 20 years, which is characterized by teaching its students the latest technology. The fundamental objective has been the training of high-level professionals in the field of electronics, with various capacities that lead the engineer to generate technology to design, plan, develop, integrate, innovate and keep in operation the electronic systems of various sectors such as electricity, communications, health, transport, industry and services. In this way, high levels of quality will always be maintained, to raise the productivity and competitiveness of companies.

The Electronics Engineer is involved in the formulation and implementation of projects for the solution of engineering problems in a variety of areas, using microprocessors and microcontrollers, virtual instrumentation, as well as analog and digital electronic systems. To achieve this purpose, a career has been built that has different academic alliances with multinational companies, among which we can mention National Instruments for the area of virtual instrumentation and industrial control; Freescale Semiconductor, for the area of microprocessors and digital control and Xilinx for the area of digital design.

Data Sheet

  • Faculty: FISICC
  • Area: Computer Science
  • Title: Engineering
  • Duration: 4 years
  • Modality: Presence based
  • Period of activities: Morning and Evening
  • Academic term: Semester
  • Headquarters: Central Campus

Graduate Profile

Our graduates are occupying strategic and important positions in international organizations with high technological prestige such as:Xerox, Paypal, Tigo, Microsoft, Xumak, Walmart, CBC, Telefónica, among others.

The graduate of Electronic Engineering is a professional able to solve current problems in any organization when using electronic systems based on the latest technology.

It has the necessary tools to design and implement integral solutions, appropriate to current trends in the areas of Instrumentation, Virtual Instrumentation, Industrial Control, Embedded Systems, Computer Networks, Electrical Systems and Telecommunications.

All this represents a wide range of options to choose the discipline of work or specialization, which turns the graduate into a very versatile professional.

Methodology

Each class is planned so that the theoretical and practical contents that motivate the interaction between the teacher and the students can be developed.

The methodology proposed, motivates the participation of students in an exchange of ideas, knowledge and perspectives. It also combines several complementary learning methods and strategies such as use of highly equipped laboratories, expert talks, participation in scientific fairs, preparation of real projects, motivation for self-learning and carrying out conferences, among others.

This in order to enhance knowledge and thus generate in the student better criteria, experiences, perspectives and knowledge that lead him to a training as complete and comprehensive as possible.

Curriculum

FIRST YEAR
  • FIRST CYCLE
  • COMPUTER SCIENCES (REINFORCEMENT) I
    RESEARCH AND LEARNING TECHNIQUES
    PHYSICS I
    PHYSICS REINFORCEMENT I
    COMPUTERS I
    COMPUTERS (REINFORCEMENT) I
    DESCRIPTIVE TECHNOLOGY
    MATHEMATICS I
    MATHEMATICAL OPERATIONS LABORATORY I
    COMPUTER SCIENCES I
  • SECOND CYCLE
  • EVOLUTION OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    PHYSICS II
    COMPUTERS II
    MATHEMATICS II
    MATHEMATICAL OPERATIONS LABORATORY II
    COMPUTER SCIENCES II
    TECHNICAL DRAWING
SECOND YEAR
  • THIRD CYCLE
  • ELECTRICITY I
    PHYSICS III
    COMPUTERS III
    MATHEMATICS III
    LINEAR ALGEBRA I
    COMPUTER SCIENCES III
  • FOURTH CYCLE
  • ELECTRICITY II
    ELECTRONICS I
    PHYSICS IV
    MATHEMATICS IV
    LINEAR ALGEBRA II
    ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
    COMPUTER SCIENCES IV (E)
THIRD YEAR
  • FIFTH CYCLE
  • ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENTATION
    ELECTRONICS II
    ELECTRONICS III
    PHYSICS V
    MATHEMATICS V
    MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS
    DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF ELECTRONIC DEVICES
  • SIXTH CYCLE
  • ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS
    MICROPROCESSORS
    ELECTRONICS IV
    COMPUTERS IV
    THEORY OF CONTROL
    MATHEMATICS VI
FOURTH YEAR
  • SEVENTH CYCLE
  • MICROPROCESSOR APPLICATIONS
    ECONOMICS I
    POWER AND ENGINES
    MATHEMATICS VII
    OPERATIONS RESEARCH SEMINAR I
    MEANS OF TRANSMISSION I
  • EIGHTH CYCLE
  • THEORY OF SYSTEMS II
    ECONOMICS II
    INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION
    ROBOTICS
    OPERATIONS RESEARCH SEMINAR I II
    TELECOMMUNICATIONS

Curriculum

FIRST YEAR
  • FIRST CYCLE
  • COMPUTER SCIENCES (REINFORCEMENT) I
    RESEARCH AND LEARNING TECHNIQUES
    PHYSICS I
    PHYSICS REINFORCEMENT I
    COMPUTERS I
    COMPUTERS (REINFORCEMENT) I
    DESCRIPTIVE TECHNOLOGY
    MATHEMATICS I
    MATHEMATICAL OPERATIONS LABORATORY I
    COMPUTER SCIENCES I
  • SECOND CYCLE
  • EVOLUTION OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    PHYSICS II
    COMPUTERS II
    MATHEMATICS II
    MATHEMATICAL OPERATIONS LABORATORY II
    COMPUTER SCIENCES II
    TECHNICAL DRAWING

 

SECOND YEAR
  • THIRD CYCLE
  • ELECTRICITY I
    PHYSICS III
    COMPUTERS III
    MATHEMATICS III
    LINEAR ALGEBRA I
    COMPUTER SCIENCES III
  • FOURTH CYCLE
  • ELECTRICITY II
    ELECTRONICS I
    PHYSICS IV
    MATHEMATICS IV
    LINEAR ALGEBRA II
    ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
    COMPUTER SCIENCES IV (E)
THIRD YEAR
  • FIFTH CYCLE
  • ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENTATION
    ELECTRONICS II
    ELECTRONICS III
    PHYSICS V
    MATHEMATICS V
    MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS
    DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF ELECTRONIC DEVICES
  • SIXTH CYCLE
  • ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS
    MICROPROCESSORS
    ELECTRONICS IV
    COMPUTERS IV
    THEORY OF CONTROL
    MATHEMATICS VI
FOURTH YEAR
  • SEVENTH CYCLE
  • MICROPROCESSOR APPLICATIONS
    ECONOMICS I
    POWER AND ENGINES
    MATHEMATICS VII
    OPERATIONS RESEARCH SEMINAR I
    MEANS OF TRANSMISSION I
  • EIGHTH CYCLE
  • THEORY OF SYSTEMS II
    ECONOMICS II
    INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION
    ROBOTICS
    OPERATIONS RESEARCH SEMINAR I II
    TELECOMMUNICATIONS


Why you must study with us

 

Experience

We have more than 40 years of experience in technological education offering updated contents, highly equipped laboratories and providing the same educational quality that the most prestigious universities in the world use.

Educational Quality

We have professors of international quality graduated from prestigious universities with Ph.D. degrees from: University of Zurich, Telecom University SudParis, Purdue University, University of Illinois, among others.

Graduates

Our graduates are occupying strategic and important positions in international organizations of high technological prestige like: Xerox, Paypal, Tigo, Microsoft, Xumak, Walmart, CBC, Telefónica, among others.

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