The master's degree in TelecommunicationEngineering is professionally orientated and entitles the holder to practise the profession of Telecommunication Engineer, as established by the Ministry in order number CIN/355/2009 of 9 February (Official State Gazette of 20 February).
Telecommunication engineers practise their profession mainly in the following areas:
* Management, planning and operation of telecommunication networks and services,
* Design, operation and management of information services (providers of services and applications, internet, intranet),
* Design of telecommunication and positioning equipment,
* Telecommunication infrastructure, construction or deployment of telecommunication networks (cable, fibre, radio),
* Electronic engineering,
* Telematic engineering,
* Software engineering,
* Control of systems and processes,
* Industrial Automation,
* Production of audiovisual content,
* Management, planning and operation in areas not specified above (Human Resources, financial management, etc.),
* Consultancies (technology, strategies, etc.),
Onsite classes for UAB official master¿s degrees usually take place in the afternoons, from 15.00 onwards, Monday to Friday. Depending on the semester, there may be classes every day or only some days of the week. As far as possible they are scheduled on two or three days a week
The syllabus of the Master's Degree in Telecommunication Engineering, geared towards professional practice, will comprise 90 credits (30 + 30 +30) to be taken over 3 semesters. During the first academic year (2 semesters), students must take the 60 compulsory ECTS (10 modules), while in the final semester they must take the 18 optional ECTS, and write the master's dissertation, which counts for 12 compulsory ECTS.
Study plan structure
* Compulsory / 60
* Optional / 18
* Master's dissertation / 12
TOTAL - 90
In order to take this master'sdegree candidates must have a background in technological or experimental sciences, especially telecommunications, and level B1 in English, according to the Council of Europe's Common European Framework of Reference for Modern Languages).