The degree in Telecommunication Technologies Engineering consists of four itineraries that give access to the regulated profession of Technical Telecommunication Engineer in its different specializations: Telecommunication Systems, Sound and Image, Telematics and Electronic Systems.

Each student must take at least one complete specialization (48 ECTS, 8 subjects), planned for the third academic year. Additionally – and planned for the fourth academic year – students may choose a total of 5 subjects (30 ECTS) in their specialization or in another one.

All the courses that make up the mentions are elective, so an attractive option is to take two blocks of 48 ECTS (8 subjects each block) between the third and fourth year, obtaining the degree with two specializations, taking only 18 ECTS (3 courses) in addition to the 240 of the degree.

Specialization in Telecommunication Systems

(48 ECTS)

Specialization in Electronic Systems

(48 ECTS)

Specialization in Telematics

(48 ECTS)

Specialization in Sound and Image

(48 ECTS)

Telecommunication Systems Electives

(30 ECTS)

Electronic Systems Electives

(30 ECTS)

Telematics Electives

(30 ECTS)

Sound and Image Electives

(30 ECTS)

The degree will enable graduates to practice the regulated profession of Technical Telecommunication Engineer, in a specialty depending on the path followed.

All graduates of this degree will meet the requirements for access to the Bachelor’s Degree in Telecommunications Technology Engineering established in Order CIN/352/2009, which establishes the requirements for the verification of official university degrees that enable the exercise of the profession of Technical Telecommunications Engineer.

Specialization in Telecommunication Systems (ST)

This profile provides the necessary skills to assume responsibilities and functions related to mobile communications, optical fiber, radio and television systems, satellite communications, wireless systems, image processing, etc.

The 8 courses that make up the 48 ECTS of the mention are the following:

  • Radio frequency circuits
  • Radio communication systems
  • Treatment of multimedia signals
  • Microwave circuits
  • Radio spectrum management
  • Principles of digital communications
  • Optical telecommunication infrastructures
  • Wireless networks and systems

With this profile you have the necessary skills to assume responsibilities and functions related to telematic and multimedia services, big data, internet and other communication networks, cybersecurity, mobile app programming, etc.

The 8 courses that make up the 48 ECTS of the mention are the following:

  • Operating systems
  • Network architecture and technology
  • Security
  • Concurrent and distributed programming
  • Network and switching theory
  • Multimedia networks
  • Information systems
  • Telematics architecture and services

This profile provides the necessary skills to assume responsibilities and functions in the audiovisual, acoustic, information and telecommunication industries and to carry out telecommunications, audiovisual and acoustic engineering projects and designs.

The 8 courses that make up the 48 ECTS of the mention are the following:

  • Fundamentals of acoustic engineering
  • Video and television
  • Sound processing
  • Architectural acoustics
  • Interactive audio systems
  • Image systems
  • Fundamentals of image processing
  • Design of audiovisual installations

This profile provides the necessary skills to assume responsibilities and functions related to electronic design, home automation and electromedicine, instrumentation, automotive, electronic control systems, construction of general process machines (computers), storage and transmission of signals and energy conversion.

The 8 courses that make up the 48 ECTS of the mention are the following:

  • Analog electronics
  • Electronic signal processing systems
  • Electronic equipment engineering
  • Power electronics
  • Electronic instrumentation and sensors
  • Microelectronic design
  • Electronic Systems for Digital Communications