CIVIL ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
|Civil Electronic Engineer|
|Graduate in Engineering Sciences|
|Semi-annual, daytime, semi-flexible curriculum|
MSc. Patricia Muñoz B.
*Access to this Program via Civil Engineering Common Plan
A Civil Electronic Engineer, trained at the Universidad de La Frontera, is a professional with the skills to work in the fields of design and electronic services, management and projects.
He is trained in basic sciences, engineering sciences, and especially in the fields of analog and digital electronics, communications, computer networks, automatic control and industrial automation, among others. This allows him to design, integrate resources, create, project and implement solutions to problems related to industrial and service activities.
He has the capacity to communicate in a globalized world and to put together and lead work teams. He is socially responsible, innovative, committed, critical with the results of his decisions and respects the rules that govern the society in which he operates.
His basic and applied training allows him to work in productive industrial, manufacturing and service companies, in the public or private sector, to work independently as a consultant or advisor, to undertake business initiatives and to continue studies in order to contribute to the economic and social development and of the country.
A Civil Electronic Engineer, graduated from the Universidad de La Frontera, has the skills to work in technological innovation and maintenance of electronic systems in companies of different areas, such as communications, forestry, mining, etc. Among others, he also has the capacity to design, execute and operate projects in the area of automatic process control and computer networks. The training allows the graduate to develop and advise systems with a strong component of hardware and software in industrial companies, and to lead groups in charge of introducing new technologies related to communications and automated production systems.