Comunications and Electronics Engineering

Objective

To train professionals with a high ethical sense and commitment to their community in the technological field of electronics and communications, who are able to approach and make decisions with creativity, order and method, in relation to technological problems, and capable of designing, constructing and evaluating with scientific-technological foundations, devices and systems problems solving in the area.

Candidate’s Profile

A candidate in Communications and Electronics Engineering must show:

  • Theoretical and practical knowledge of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Handcrafting skills, creativity and ability to solve problems.
  • Work Integration in an interdisciplinary way.
  • Technically structured approaches, new solutions reports.
  • All of the above with high critical thinking skills in order to discern between concepts and engineering criteria in the future profession, with responsibility, seriousness and respect.

Graduate´s profile

Communications and Electronics Engineers, mainly perform the functions of researching, planning, designing, producing, installing, maintaining, operating and direction within the area. All these functions are based on the fact that the educational process gives a wide range of:

  • Knowledge

    • Graduates have knowledge of basic science and Mathematics, allowing them to develop the Communications and Electronics Engineering Sciences such as
    • Basic knowledge of Electronics, Acoustics, Computer Control, Communications and of their specialty that allows them to propose solutions to the relative problems of the Engineering in Communications and Electronic which can be developed with efficiency.
    • General knowledge of evaluation in projects and administration. Knowledge of the society in which activities will be developed, as well as resources and necessities required for those matters.
  • Skills

    • Graduates in Communications and Electronics Engineering:
    • Are able to apply the knowledge of Basic Sciences and Mathematics, Engineering Sciences, Engineering Application, Social Sciences and Humanities to the solution of concrete problems.
    • Identify problems with the planning, design, production, installation, maintenance of systems oriented to acoustics, computing, communications, control and electronics.
    • Are able to create, innovate, assimilate and adapt the technology in the field of Engineering in Communications and Electronics.
    • Have the ability to observe, interpret and model the phenomena of nature.
    • Have the ability to express themselves correctly and effectively in oral, written and graphic form.
    • Have creativity in solving problems.
    • Have the ability to predict and control the ecological, social and economic impacts of projects.
    • Are able to organize and manage their own work and the development of specific projects, including budgeting, monitoring and evaluation.
    • Have the ability to program and operate computer equipment, as well as to handle and interpret the basic computational packages required in their field.
    • Have the skill in experimentation and in experimental results evaluation.
    • Have the ability to adapt to changes in living conditions and duties related to their profession.
    • Have the ability to participate and collaborate in teams.
    • Have the capacity to coordinate groups of specialists in different branches of engineering and other professions and to interact with them.
  • Attitudes

    • Address the problems of engineering with an inclusive view of social phenomena.
    • Have a spirit of service for society.
    • Assume the need for constant updating through refresh courses or postgraduate and doctoral studies.
    • Face critically the new situation of the country marked by an increasing competitiveness.
    • Have willingness to promote and participate in the educational process of subordinates and co-workers.
    • Respect the rights implied by the dignity of the human condition, in particular that of subordinates.
    • Exercise the profession responsibly, following the principles and ethical values that force probity and honesty.
    • Seek to optimize the use of both human and material resources.
    • Have the willingness to collaborate and participate in multidisciplinary groups.
    • Show initiative and leadership in all areas of professional practice that includes the search for niches for technological development; The increase of the sources of work through the creation of companies the willingness to promote human relations and the search for quality, and attention to the cost-benefit ratio accounting for the appropriate use of resources.
    • Keep abreast of technological, regulatory and normative advances in their sphere of action.

Academic Requirements

Comply in a timely manner with each of the stages of the admission process highlighted in the call for entry to the university system at IPN and show documents such as:

  • Official certificate of higher education.
  • Submit a high school certificate.
  • Single Population Registry Key (CURP).
  • Birth certificate.
  • Pass the entry examination.
  • 6 (4X4) small photographs.

Work Field

This activity is carried out in the public, private and service sectors and its actions are located in the planning, projection, design, installation, operation, adaptation and conservation of acoustic, computer, control and electronic systems and apply engineering in relation to:

  • Power electronics, microprocessors, microcontrollers, analogue instrumentation, receivers and television.
  • Digital telephony, information theory, instrumentation, analogue signal processing, microwaves, terrestrial and satellite radio links, data communication networks, digital signal processing.
  • Software engineering, computer networks, digital systems, computer architecture, vision and shape recognition, expert systems, operating systems, graphic simulation.
  • Devices and systems for control of industrial machinery and processes, controlled systems, multivariate control, time-sampled control systems, industrial instrumentation, data acquisition, distributed control.
  • Audio-acoustics, acoustic metrology, psychoacoustics, architectural acoustics, vibrations and noise, bioacoustics, musical acoustics.

Curriculum Map

Check the list of subjects, credits and total hours of the program on the website of each school.