Universidad Tecnológica de la Mixteca  
   
     
 
 
 
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Nivel 1 CIEES - 2012
Director of Studies
Dr. Marco Antonio Contreras Ordaz
marco.contreras@mixteco.utm.mx
Ingeniería en Electrónica
   
A Profile of the Graduate
 
 Graduates of the Department of Electronic Engineering are professionals with the following characteristics:
  • They have attitudes and ethical values ​​that allow them to act appropriately in their work and social field, in a cooperative and collaborative form.
  • They can incorporate into the productive sector, developing activities related to Electronic Engineering or related fields.
  • They have the knowledge necessary to pass a Final General Examination or to start a master degree and/or P.H.D. in science or engineering.
  • They can establish their own business, because they have the fundamental knowledge in this area.
  • They are able to build complete Hardware-Software systems, through knowledge synthesis and integration of modular systems, using new technologies.
   
The Workplace
 
 Students of electronic engineering graduate with a creative and innovative vision. They are capable of designing electronic devices, offering preventive or corrective maintenance service, and working with problems which require specialized knowledge and experience with both hardware and software.
 Currently we have graduates working in well known companies such as The Federal Electricity Commission, TELMEX, CONDUMEX, SIEMENS, MOTOROLA, IBM, etc.
   
Study Plan
 
FIRST SEMESTER

 Classical Mechanics
 Differential Calculus
 Structured Programming
 History of Philosophy
 Introduction to Electronic Engineering
SECOND SEMESTER

 Linear Algebra
 Integral Calculus
 Programming
 General Theory of Systems
 Metrology and Instrumentation
THIRD SEMESTER

 Vector Analysis
 Differential Equations
 Topics in General Chemistry
 Visual Programming
 Electrical Circuits I
FOURTH SEMESTER

 Electricity and Magnetics
 Numeric Methods
 Sensors and Transductors
 Logic Circuits
 Electrical Circuits II
FIFTH SEMESTER

 Electromagnetic Theory
 Probability and Statistics
 Digital Systems
 The Physics of Semiconductors
 Electronic Circuits I
SIXTH SEMESTER

 Optics
 Theory of Communications
 Power Electronics I
 Microcontrolers
 Electronic Circuits II
SEVENTH SEMESTER

 Systems Engineering
 Analogue Communication
 Electrical Machines
 Control Systems
 Computer Architecture
EIGHTH SEMESTER

 Fundamentals of Business Administration
 Digital Communications
 Operating Systems
 Digital Control
 Digital Processing of Signals
NINTH SEMESTER

 Business Development I
 Computer Networks I
 Final Project I
 Elective I
 Elective II
TENTH SEMESTER

 Business Development II
 Business Management
 Final Project II
 Elective III
 Elective IV

 

Final Areas

The electronics engineer will be specialized in one of two final areas: Control and Automation or Telecommunications. The specialization is obtained through 4 elective courses; students must choose one of the following options:

 
Control and Automation
Telecommunications
Elective I Selected Topics in Control Microwaves and Satellites
Elective II Power Electronics II Fiber Optics
Elective III Robotics Computer Network II
Elective IV Programmable Logic Controllers Telephony and Wireless Communications
 
   
 
 
 
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