Degree in Telecommunications Systems Engineering
Universidad CEU Fernando III
EUR 751 / per year
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Turn the future into a reality with the power of Telecommunications Systems Engineering.
If you are passionate about technology and want a career with a promising future, the Degree in Telecommunications Systems Engineering at the Universidad CEU Fernando III is an excellent option.
This engineering will give you the opportunity to acquire skills such as the design, implementation and maintenance of modern communication systems, as well as the management of telecommunications networks and services.
This specialty has a wide range of employment opportunities in a market that is constantly growing and evolving, both nationally and internationally.
- Basic scientific training, to understand the fundamentals of the techniques they have to use. Also to acquire intellectual habits of scientific reasoning and learning to be able to continue studying throughout their professional life.
- Basic technological training, which provides deep and fundamental knowledge of the technologies inherent to the degree. This training must also be long-lasting and the corresponding teachings must be basic and general, but within the characteristic areas of knowledge of the career.
- Technological-applied training, which provides knowledge of specific techniques for the practical application of engineering. This is specialized training, which must be very up-to-date as it is very changing and susceptible to adjusting to the preferences of each individual, within the margin provided by market evolution. The corresponding teachings are in-depth, specialization and preparation for professional practice and insertion into the labor market.
- Economic-business training, which allows you to understand the approach to engineering as an economic activity carried out within a more general framework, which includes economic or business considerations, among others.
- Social-humanistic training to practice the profession in a collective environment (oral and written expression techniques, etc.), to know the reality of their professional environment (normative framework, regulation), to acquire awareness of the social dimension of their activities ( safety, environmental protection, professional ethics...), etc.
The program requires a total of 240 credits.
- Computer Science for Engineering
- Introduction to Telecommunication Engineering
- Electrical and Electronic Circuits
- Programming II
- Keys to Contemporary History
- Mathematical Foundations of Telecommunications Engineering I
- Mathematical Foundations of Telecommunications Engineering II
- Linear Systems
- Random Signals
- Fields and Waves
- Operating systems
- Architecture and Management of Telecommunications Networks
- Economy and Business Organization
- Analog Communications
- Telecommunication Systems
- Electronics I
- Internet Architecture and Protocols
- Digital Communications
- Transmission and Propagation of Waves
- Electronics II
- Network Programming
- Information Treatment in Distributed Systems
- Network Interconnection
- Machine Learning
- Radio Frequency Technologies
- Digital Signal Processing
- Telecommunications Infrastructures
- Man and Modern World
- Massive Computing for Big Data
- Audio, Video and Artificial Vision Treatment
- Great Books
- Introduction to Christianity
- Optical and Photonic Technology
- Multimedia Systems
- Radio links, Satellite Communications and Mobile Communications
- Radio and TV Network Services
- Social doctrine of the church
- Cybersecurity and Data Protection
- Projects, Standards and Regulation
- Network Management and Telecommunication Services
- External Academic Practices
- Final degree project
- ICT project developer
- Project developer at operators
- Developer of consulting projects, network and systems administration in company IT departments
- Commercial in engineering
- R&D&i engineer in the private or public sphere
- Free Exercise Engineer
- Opponent of engineer in public administration
- University teacher
- Developer of electronics, signal theory, computing, physics or mathematics works