Degree in Automation and Industrial Electronic Engineering

240 credits - Higher Polytechnic School
  This degree has been given the EUR-ACE seal, the international engineering accreditation granted by the ENAEE.

What is it?

Industrial engineering encompasses the set of technologies, services, and applications that are needed in the industrial world.

What will you learn?

Students will learn how to design, specify, and analyse systems related to electricity, industrial electronics, systems monitoring, automatizing industrial processes, electric motors, energy, information, the design of industrial factories, etc.

Refer to all of the areas of the study .

What will you be able to do once you finish?

The Degree in Industrial and Automatic Electronic Engineering certifies students to work in the regulated profession of Technical Industrial Engineer. This programme is regulated by ministerial order CIN/351/2009 of 9th February 2009 (BOE 20th February 2009). Professionals may carry out a wide variety of duties on the labour market, including:

  1. Designing industrial facilities and plants.
  2. Designing electronic systems.
  3. Designing and implementing automated systems (robots).
  4. Industrial facilities construction.
  5. Facilities operation and maintenance.
  6. Activity projects.
  7. Working in public administration (city councils, departments...).
  8. Marketing and sales duties.
  9. Expert advice (reports and expert judicial appearances).
  10. Working in public and private research, development and innovation departments for research into new technologies.
  11. Technical office: writing, signing off on, and developing projects in the field of industrial engineering (industrial facilities).
  12. Teaching (secondary school and vocational training, university).
  13. In addition, if graduates wish to take further studies in Industrial and Automatic Electronic Engineering, they may take the Masters in Industrial Engineering that certifies them to work in the regulated profession of Industrial Engineer. This programme is regulated by ministerial order CIN/311/2009 of 9th February 2009 (BOE 18th February 2009).

In short, this programme offers a wide selection of professional pathways, making it a course with a future!

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High-quality official study

This degree has been given the EUR-ACE label by the European Network for Accreditation of Engineering Education (ENAEE). It is the most prestigious international engineering accreditation in Europe. This label ensures that the degree programme complies with the high quality standards set by the ENAEE and prepares degree holders for international master's and doctorate programmes as well as professional mobility.

Legislation requires that official Spanish Degrees receive positive evaluations by the National Agency for Quality Assessment and Accreditation (ANECA). This process is called verification, and it serves to ensure that the development programme in which you will participate will provide the skills and learning results that it is supposed to.

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The European Higher Education Area requires that a system be in place to ensure the quality of degree programmes .

Bachelor's programmes are subject to assessment and are continuously improved upon in order to guarantee their prestige and recognition within Europe. You can see the results of the assessments at results section .

ENG/Ingeniería y Arquitectura
70 places
240 credits. 4 years
In-Person Classes
Language: Català, Castellà ( See subjects for more details )
Public price per credit for first enrolment: ¤18.5 (*)
Total cost of the first enrolment in the first course, including taxes, for EU members under 28 years of age without any special condition: ¤1,157.72 (*)
(*)Prices for the academic year: 2020-21

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