Bachelor's degree in
Industrial Electronics and Automatic Control Engineering
All industrial processes depend on electronics and automatic control. Find out how these processes work, how to improve them and how to design new ones.
This bachelor's degree brings together two basic areas of knowledge, automatic control and industrial electronics. Underpinned by informatics and communications, they are a driving force of significant changes in economic activity, which result from the increasing prevalence of automation and intelligence in processes and products.
Today, a production line cannot be conceived without a certain degree of automation and, therefore, running a company involves the computerisation and integration of processes such as production, maintenance, administration and management. With regard to products and systems, the tendency is to give them greater functionality and accuracy by integrating computer components, including embedded sensors and processors.
Practical training in companies in the sector.
Participation in study programmes abroad
Awards program for the best files.
93% graduate employment rate
Personalized treatmentClose interaction between teachers and students.
What will I learn?
You will acquire a grounding in technology that will allow you to apply electronic and automated solutions involving a range of industrial technologies to problems.
You will learn to solve real problems in a way that takes into account context and restrictions, such as the economic costs, time factors, the regulatory framework, the environment, strategic factors, etc.
You will learn to approach problem solving with a cooperative and innovative spirit that takes into account the importance of communication, with a view to providing competitive solutions.
Some of the professional areas in which you can apply the skills you have acquired are:
Design, analysis and maintenance of electronic and microelectronic systems.
Commercial management and organisation of electronic products and systems.
Control of electrical machines and drives.
Formulation, design, development and maintenance of instrumentation, automatic control and robotic systems.
QUESTION 1: Is the schedule morning or afternoon?
During the first two years, you can choose morning or afternoon, during the last two years, class time of this degree is in the morning.
QUESTION 2: Is there validation of subjects for students that came from Higher Level Training Cycles?
Yes, there is a validation agreement based on the Formative Training Cycle. The information is available on the School website in the section of Studies, Degree Engineering in Industrial Electronics and Automatic:
QUESTION 3: Students who work can do less subjects?
Yes, there is the possibility of doing less subjects along the semester, it is what is called “slow track/path”.
Subjects shared with the industrial engineering branch of knowledge