Study plan Bachelor's Degree in Automation and Industrial Electronic Engineering

Basic skills

  • Develop critical thinking and reasoning and communicate ideas effectively, both in the mother tongue and in other languages.
  • Develop independent learning strategies.
  • Respect diversity in ideas, people and situations.
  • Generate innovative and competitive proposals for research and professional activities.

Specific skills

  • Show the knowledge of mathematics, physics and chemistry required to understand automation and industrial electronic engineering.
  • Use the methods, techniques and tools of automation and industrial electronic engineering.
  • Manage a project in automation and industrial electronic engineering, including planning, direction, implementation and evaluation.
  • Draw up and direct projects involving automated installations, control and regulation of industrial electrical functions and all types of engineering projects involving industrial electronics and automation.
  • Report on engineering projects in the field of industrial electronics and automation, orally and in writing, and including technical details where necessary.
  • Control the operation of continuous and discrete systems, including the measurement and selection of sensors, feedback and regulation.
  • Implement systems using analogue and digital control devices, and also those based on microprocessors.
  • Supervise industrial processes, including interconnections between teams or systems and their communications.
  • Show knowledge of the different industrial sciences and technologies required to understand electronic engineering.

Transversal skills

  • Independently acquire new knowledge, and learn new techniques, methods and theories throughout one’s career.
  • Manage time and organise work.
  • Use ICT tools for processing and communicating information.
  • Work in multidisciplinary teams in different roles, with absolute respect for the rights of others and equality between men and women.
  • Develop critical reasoning and thinking.
  • Show an interest in quality.
  • Take ethical responsibility and economic, environmental, social, legal, safety and sustainability factors into account in professional practice.
  • Show initiative, be creative and able to make decisions.