Admission profileRecommended Baccalaureate with passed University entrance exam: Sciences and Technology.
Recommended higher degree training cycle: Communication, Image and Sound; Electricity and Electronics and Informatics.
Access Test for people over 25, 40 or 45 years old.
University degree.Regarding technical and training aspects, it is recommended that students have:Comprehensive reading and correct oral and written expression.
Knowledge of Mathematics and Physics, with a Baccalaureate base.
Knowledge of computer tools at the user level (operating system, word processor, spreadsheet, database ...).
Basic knowledge of experimental techniques and laboratory work.
High School English level.In terms of skills and abilities, it is recommended that students have:Observation, attention and concentration skills.
Aptitude for numerical and logical reasoning.
Ease of understanding and reasoning about abstract models that generalize the particular aspects of practical cases.On a personal level, it is recommended that students have the following skills:Creativity, imagination and desire for innovation.
Be organized and methodical students in your activities.
Be receptive, practical and open to improvising solutions.
Positive attitude towards teamwork, communication and responsible performance.
Interest in aspects related to telecommunications.
Be determined to dedicate yourself to continuous learning, curious to stay up-to-date on recent advances in science and technology.Professional outingsThe studies of the Degree in Engineering in Telecommunications Technologies and Services aim to train graduates with an eminently professional profile, with extensive knowledge of all areas related to Telecommunications Engineering, with the ability to develop projects in these areas and to adapt them in a field of continuous modification and evolution.
The Degree offers three mentions:Mention in Telecommunication Systems
Mention in Electronic Systems
Mention in TelematicsThese studies have as a basic objective training, technological and socio-economic, and preparation for professional practice in the development and application of information and communication technologies. Graduates in Engineering in Telecommunications Technologies and Services have competencies in different areas: acoustics, electronics, radioelectric emissions, electrical energy, solar energy, digital home, ICTs, computer systems and networks, telephone systems and equipment, television (image and video) / DTT, mobile communications, satellite communication, ...
Graduates in Engineering in Telecommunications Technologies and Services are trained to perform the following tasks in the field of telecommunications, both in the industrial sector, as well as in administration and services:Development and management of projects in the ICT sector.
Design, analysis, implementation, development, exploitation and management of:Radio frequency circuits and subsystems, transmission and reception equipment, guided and unguided communication systems (mention in Telecommunication Systems).
Electronic equipment and systems (mention in Electronic Systems).
Telecommunication systems, networks, software and services (mention in Telematics).
Teaching and / or public or private research.Professional attributionsThe Degree in Engineering in Telecommunications Technologies and Services enables the profession of Telecommunications Technical Engineer to exercise the profession (Order CIN / 352/2009, of February 9, which establishes the requirements for the verification of official university degrees that qualify for the exercise of the profession of Technical Telecommunications Engineer, BOE No. 44 of February 20, 2009).
The general powers of the Telecommunications Technical Engineer are regulated by:Decree 2479/1971 which regulates the professional powers and competencies of Telecommunication Technical Engineers in their different specialties (BOE No. 249 of October 18, 1971).
Law 12/1986 on regulation of the professional powers of Architects and Technical Engineers (BOE No. 79 of April 2, 1986).
Royal Decree 1954/1994 regarding the homologation of titles (BOE No. 275 of November 17, 1994).According to Law 12/1986 of April 1, Graduates in Engineering in Telecommunications Technologies and Services, as they are Technical Engineers, have the following professional attributions within their specialty:The drafting and signing of projects whose purpose is the construction, reform, repair, conservation, demolition, manufacture, installation, assembly or exploitation of movable or immovable property, in their respective cases, both principally and accessory, provided that they are included due to its nature and characteristics in the technique of each degree.
The management of the activities that are the object of the projects referred to in the previous section, even when the projects have been prepared by a third party.
Carrying out measurements, calculations, evaluations, appraisals, expert opinions, studies, reports, work plans and other similar works.
The exercise of teaching in its various degrees in the cases and terms provided in the corresponding regulations.
The management of all kinds of industries or farms and the exercise, in general with respect to them, of the activities referred to in the preceding paragraphs.Academic outingsThe Degree in Engineering in Telecommunications Technologies and Services allows access to the University Master's Degree in Telecommunications Engineering at the University of Oviedo, an official master's degree that qualifies for the exercise of the profession of Telecommunications Engineer.
Distribution and Credits:Basic Training: 60
End of Degree Project: 12Mentions offered:Telecommunication Systems
TelematicsQualifying degree for the profession of Telecommunications Technical Engineer (Order CIN / 352/2009, BOE 02-20-2009).