A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.
In electronics studies, students can have the opportunity to learn about circuits and their components. Electric energy may be explored in depth and topics such as switches, information processing and microelectronic engineering may be covered.
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Aimed at Latin American professionals in order to provide knowledge management practical and immediate application in their professional activity and in particular [+]
Gadex Program. Specialty Information Technology and Communications Aimed at Latin American professionals in order to provide knowledge management and immediate practical application in their professional activity and in particular executive management, and human linkages, cultural professionals and between professionals and American and Spanish companies.
- Higher degree or professional experience that guarantees a level of responsibility and a sufficient applied knowledge of the subject of the Master. - Be a citizen of a country in Latin America (including Spain).
Number of hours: 425 hours of effective training include: ... [-]
The Master of Science program in Telematics Engineering offers advanced education in the telematic engineering field. This includes theoretical and practical grounds in applications, networks and communication services, protocol architectures, multimedia management, broadband networks, mobile communications, ubiquitous computing, Internet technologies, etc. It also provides the student with knowledge on state of the art technologies, prone to be deployed in the next future hereafter. [+]
Master in Telematic EngineeringThe Master of Science program in Telematics Engineering offers advanced education in the telematic engineering field. This includes theoretical and practical grounds in applications, networks and communication services, protocol architectures, multimedia management, broadband networks, mobile communications, ubiquitous computing, Internet technologies, etc. It also provides the student with knowledge on state of the art technologies, prone to be deployed in the next future hereafter. The program offers lectures specifically devoted to learning research methods, suited to carry out a Ph.D. Thesis after the obtention of the present M.Sc. More detailed information on the Ph.D. program The seminars offered in the program are selected attending to the relevance and interest of the research topic. We invite highly reputed and experienced lecturers for the seminars. The studies conclude with the elaboration and public defense of the final M.Sc. Dissertation. The objective of the Master program is to instruct researchers capable of making original contributions to the development of telematics technologies, such as protocol architectures, multimedia management, mobile and broadband networks, communication applications and services, or networked devices and security, to cite some. This Program provides the students with the abilities, aptitudes, and advanced knowledge in Telematic Engineering required for incorporating into the research and development industry, or entering a Ph.D. Program, such as the Doctorate Program in Telematic Engineering, officially approved as excellent by the Spanish Ministry of Education. To achieve this general objective, the following educational objectives are proposed: The students will have sound and deep knowledge in... [-]
The Master in Telecommunications Engineering is a professional degree which replaces the Telecommunications Engineering degree and qualifies you to practice as a Telecommunications Engineer, under the provisions of Order CIN / 355/2009 of 9 February. [+]
Electronic systems and their associated components are found in virtually all electronic products, from computers and mobile phones, to cars and buildings. The intelligence that microelectronic, nanoelectronic and photonic systems provide forms a large part of the global economy and its role will increase as future products and services become more digital and more connected. Power electronics endow these systems with competitive advantages by increasing their autonomy, reducing the final load and improving energy efficiency. [+]