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.
Start Year
Minimum number of credits to be taken in the first year
  • 48 first-year subject credits for full-time students.
  • 24 credits for part-time students.
  • After the first year of registration, there is no minimum number of credits to take.
Public tuition prices per credit . Academic Year 2019-20
  • 1st registration : 18,50¤
  • 2nd registration : 41,12¤
  • 3rd registration : 89,02¤
  • 4th registration : 123,35¤


Cross-cutting Skills

  • Core Skills
    1. The ability to analyse and summarise.

    2. The ability to write reports and documents.

    3. The ability to give oral presentations in public on knowledge, ideas and reports.

    4. English language skills.

    5. The ability to search, link and structure information from different sources, and integrate ideas and knowledge.

  • Interpersonal Skills
    1. The ability to question one's own or others' ideas.

    2. The ability for teamwork, especially when this is multilingual and multi-disciplinary.

    3. The ability to organise, plan, coordinate and manage activities.

    4. The ability to work with an ethical approach to environmental and social aspects (gender equality, diversity and multiculturalism).

  • Systematic Skills
    1. The ability to solve problems by putting knowledge into practice.

    2. The ability to learn and adapt to new situations.

    3. The ability to find new solutions and take decisions.

    4. The ability to work independently.

    5. The ability to apply quality principles and methods.

Specific Skills

  • Core Training
    1. The ability to solve mathematical problems that may arise in engineering. An aptitude for applying knowledge on: linear algebra; differential geometry; differential and integral calculus; differential equations and partial derivatives; numerical methods; numerical algorithms, and statistics and optimisation.

    2. Understanding and mastery of basic concepts of the general laws of motion, thermodynamics, fields and waves, and electromagnetism, and their application to solve inherent engineering problems.

    3. Basic knowledge on the use and programming of computers, operating systems, databases and computer programs with engineering applications.

    4. The ability to understand and apply core knowledge in general chemistry, organic and inorganic chemistry, and their engineering applications.

    5. The ability for spatial vision and knowledge of graphic representation techniques, both for traditional metric and descriptive geometry methods, and for CAD applications.

    6. Sufficient knowledge on corporate concepts, and corporate institutional and legal frameworks. Business organisation and management.

  • Common Industrial Branch
    1. Knowledge in applied thermodynamics and heat transference - their basic principles and applications for solving engineering problems.

    2. Knowledge of the basic principles of fluid mechanics and their application to solving problems in the field of engineering. Calculating fluid pipelines, channels and systems.

    3. Knowledge of the foundations of materials science, technology and chemistry. Understanding the link between microstructure, synthesis or processing, and the properties of materials. Knowledge and use of the principles of circuit and electrical machinery theory.

    4. Knowledge in the fundaments of electronics.

    5. Knowledge in the fundaments of automatism and control methods.

    6. Knowledge of the principles behind the theory of machines and automatism.

    7. Knowledge and use of the resistance principle of materials.

    8. Core knowledge of production and manufacturing systems.

    9. Core and applied knowledge of environmental and sustainability technologies.

    10. Applied knowledge of business organisation.

    11. Knowledge and abilities to organise and manage projects.

    12. Knowing the organisational structure and functions of a project office.

  • Specific Industrial Electronics Technology
    1. Applied electrical engineering knowledge.

    2. Knowledge of the fundaments and applications of analogue electronics.

    3. Knowledge of the fundaments and applications of digital electronics and microprocessors.

    4. Applied power electronics knowledge.

    5. Applied electronic instrumentation knowledge.

    6. The ability to design analogue, digital and power electronic systems.

    7. The knowledge and ability to model and simulate systems.

    8. Knowledge in automatic regulation, and control and application techniques for industrial automation.

    9. Knowledge of the principles and applications of robotic systems.

    10. Applied industrial computing and communications knowledge.

    11. The ability to design industrial control and automation systems.

  • Final Degree Project Module Skill
    1. The ability to produce, present and defend before a university panel a piece of work comprising a professional project in the Industrial Engineering field, in the Industrial Electronics speciality, which summarises and integrates the skills acquired on the degree programme.