Electronics is an essential part in the development of technologies and research activity in fields such as: information and communications, space, nanotechnologies, biotechnology, etc; furthermore, it is a fundamental tool to address the challenges proposed in the successive European framework programs: health, food safety, energy, transport, climate and society. This master's degree provides training in Engineering Electronics to face immediate challenges posed by the new industrial revolution, the innovation in energy management, the ubiquity of network sensing and network control systems, the integration of ICT technologies, and the role of the IoT in process automation. The objectives of this master's degree are in line with what is established in the Spanish Qualifications Framework for Superior Education (MECES 3) and guarantees the acquisition of the general, basic and specific competences required to award a master's degree, in accordance with the Article 3.3 of Annex I of the R.D. 1393/2007.
The master is offered in two teaching modalities: on-site and blended-learning. Practical contents are carried out face to face in labs and are common to both modaliteies.