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Faculty of Engineering

Course Content

The Masters program in Electronic Engineering is flexible, so each applicant can develop and broaden their training in different areas of electronics, according to their interests. The subjects are grouped by emphasis and the student can choose different courses and complementary options.

During the first semester, in collaboration with a tutor, each student follows a study plan according to their training interests and their specific motivation. Currently, a student can decide whether to take a focused building their knowledge, which focuses on covering as many subjects as possible, or a Masters focused in which the student’s final research project has more importance. Table 1 shows the distribution of credits for each module. In general, 42 credits are needed, including the final project, to obtain the Master degree. Table 2 shows the distribution of the program over 4 semesters. The typical duration of the program is 2 years.