The undergraduate degree in Electronics Engineering at the Javeriana University was the first electronics engineering program in the country to be accredited by the Colombian National Council of Accreditation, in July of 1999.
The department has more than 50 years of experience in the education of electronic engineers and has been recognized at an international level by the Evaluation System for its Quality of Evaluations in Engineering.
The Department of Electronics Engineering is the latinamerican region coordinator of the CDIO (Conceive, Design, Implement, and Operate) initiative that was founded by the department of Aerospatiale engineering of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and includes more than 30 universities around the world. It is also part of the Ambassador Program for Schlumberger Colombia.
The department has the best laboratory infrastructure at university level in the country and is open to more than 250 students seven days a week, 24 hours a day. There are specialized laboratories in the areas of digital systems, telecommunications, control, automation and robotics. These laboratories have agreements with leading companies such as ZTE, Hewlett Packard and Alcatel.