Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Electronics and Automation Engineering

240 Créditos
4 Cursos
70 Plazas

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This Degree is particularly attractive because of the characteristics of the two main subjects it comprises: Automation and Industrial Electronics. These subjects have been the driving force behind an important change in economic activity, due to the growing presence of automation and artificial intelligence in processes and products, which are becoming more and more complex with the support of computers and communications. Today, it would be impossible to conceive a production line without a high level of automation and a computerized, integrated information management system.

On the other hand, humankind is witnessing the disappearance of fossil fuels, and great investments are being made on the research and development of new energy sources. The new conversion techniques in the field of power electronics have a decisive role to play.

Current products and systems tend towards greater functionality and precision, based on the integration of computer components, sensors and microelectronics. This is the scope of the Degree in Automation and Industrial Electronics Engineering, and it involves professional skills that other degrees cannot meet.


Recommended Candidate Profile 

The recommended access profile includes, as a starting point, the knowledge, abilities and skills acquired in the two final years of secondary education. More specifically, the personal and academic characteristics (sensitivities, talents, specific skills…) of the most suitable candidates to start the Degree in Automation and Industrial Electronics Engineering are the following:

  • Basic knowledge of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics...
  • Concern and curiosity about all areas of the world of science and technology, particularly the area on which the Degree focuses.
  • Sensitivity to see the limitations of others and help them in their learning process.
  • Basic abilities to express themselves orally and in writing and to understand written texts.
  • Basic social skills to be able to work in a team.
  • Capacity for abstract thought, analysis, synthesis, and logical reasoning.
  • Capacity for perception and attention.
  • A sense for organization and method.
  • Practical sense and spatial vision.


Career Options 

  • Design, analysis, integration and maintenance of electronic systems and equipment, automated industrial facilities and machinery automation.
  • Management and commercial organization of businesses dealing with electronic and/or automated and/or computer products and systems.
  • Management of R&D projects in: automation, industrial communications, transport (railroad, avionics and automotive industries), renewable energies in electronic and automated systems applied to medicine and domotics.
  • Industrial control systems, robot and automaton programming, and programmable electronic systems in general.