Politécnica de Madrid

Electronic Systems Engineering

Official Degree Electronic Systems Engineering
Web http://mise.die.upm.es/
Area Information and Communications Technologies
Modality On-campus education
Credits 60 ECTS
Places 60
Contact Andrés Rodríguez Domínguez

The Master in Electronic Systems Engineering fills a gap in the current organization of graduate studies, taking a systemic and holistic approach, compared to more traditional component or circuit-oriented, without giving up this approach also important, the Electronic Engineering. Being a horizontal technology, electronics engineering supports many other engineering, so this Master opens to a broad spectrum of potential stakeholders, both in the industrial field, and the development or research and innovation fields. It allows a specialization that will deal with two different aspects: technological or detail (processes, components, circuits, etc..) and systemic or applications. The aim is to prepare future graduates for both design and design components, circuits or electronic systems and their possible applications, based on a multifunctional and interdisciplinary training, or preparing for doctoral training stage. In any case, the approach aims to bring the participant to a comprehensive education, not exclusively technical, but also based on innovation to enhance their skills, market understanding, communication, teamwork, developing their creative abilities and long-term learning, employment-based art project based learning, which will force you to seek knowledge for later application in solving a particular problem. The Master in Electronic Systems Engineering is thus the career path for the electrical engineer who is helping to modernize and improve productivity in almost any sector.

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