Within the framework of the EHEA, this School offers all the undergraduate degrees in the field of Telecommunication Engineering. These are four degrees specialised in different fields of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT): Telecommunication Systems, Electronic Systems, Sound and Image and Telematics. These degrees enable students to pursue the regulated profession of Technical Telecommunications Engineer.
There is also a Bachelor's Degree in Telecommunication Technologies, of a generalist nature in the field of Telecommunication. The latter is aimed at students who, from the outset, are clear about their intention to take the Master's Degree in Telecommunications Engineering, which qualifies them for the regulated profession of Telecommunications Engineer and began to be taught in the 2014/2015 academic year, although this master's degree can also be accessed from any of the 4 specialised degrees. This qualifying master's degree also provides direct access to the centre's Doctoral Programme.
The Postgraduate catalogue is completed with 3 professionally-oriented master's degrees: Master's Degree in Telematics and Telecommunication Networks, Master's Degree in Electronic Systems for Intelligent Environments and Master's Degree in Acoustic Engineering.
Degree in Telecommunication Technologies Engineering (GITT)
Degree in Telecommunication Systems Engineering (GIST)
Degree in Electronic Systems Engineering (GISE)
Degree in Sound and Image Engineering (GISI)
Degree in Telematics Engineering (GITm)
Double Degree in Telecommunication Technologies Engineering and Mathematics (GITTM)
Master's degree courses
Master's Degree in Telecommunication Engineering (MIT)
Master's Degree in Telematics and Telecommunication Networks (MTRT)
Master's Degree in Electronic Systems for Intelligent Environments (MSEEI)
Master's Degree in Acoustic Engineering (MIA)
Double master's degree in Telecommunication Engineering (MIT) and Telematics and Telecommunication Networks (MTRT)
The Teaching Programme (subject guides) can be consulted at the following link: