Continuous advances in electronic engineering support the rapid growth of information and communications technologies, automation, the entertainment market, and medical technology. This allows generating, adapting and incorporating electronic technology for the  benefit of the country, critically applying effective methods of analysis, work and research.

Electronic technology involves the use of devices and systems such as integrated circuits, microprocessors and data communication networks for information management and process control, increasing the productivity of companies, the safety of equipment and people, and energy savings to improve the quality of life and environmental protection.


The degree is accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB). This accreditation demonstrates the quality of the educational processes in the career curriculum, and provides international recognition for our graduates, making it easier for them to find employment outside the country or to carry out postgraduate studies abroad.

The design of electronic, digital and analog devices that are used in computation and in electrical communications, as well as in power, control and automation systems, is introduced in this program.

Electronics engineers can perform the following tasks:

  • Design and verification of electronic circuits.
  • Design of electrical communications systems.
  • Design of electronics power systems.
  • Design of control and automation systems.
  • Design and verification of digital systems.

Perfil profesional

Graduates of this career are highly regarded by employers and have many opportunities for employment in companies and institutions where electronic systems are essential for efficient production, such as those dedicated to telecommunications, data processing, images and sound, industrial manufacturing processes, aviation and electro medicine.

Electronics engineers can perform the following tasks:

  • Create, design and develop integrated microelectronic circuits for devices and equipment used in electrical communications, in the control and automation of industrial processes, and in the treatment of signals ranging from audio and video to special-purpose meteorological or medical signals.
  • Formally inspect and authorize the installation and startup of electrical systems and equipment.
  • Provide advice on the characteristics that electronic devices, equipment and systems must have to perform particular tasks.
  • Participate in multidisciplinary professional teams in research and product development processes using cutting-edge technology.
  • Design critical components for computers, cell phones and other types of devices.


The School of Electronic Engineering has the infrastructure required for teaching Electronic Engineering, Mechatronics Engineering, and Computer Engineering.

  • Six laboratories equipped with computers for student use, interconnected in a local network with Internet access.
  • Four basic laboratories equipped with power sources, signal generators, analog and digital multimeters, analog and digital oscilloscopes, and teaching platforms for teaching electronics, among other subjects.
  • Two laboratories for the design and development of digital systems, equipped with equipment including computers, power sources and logic analyzers.
  • Two laboratories for the manufacture of Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs).
  • A laboratory for automatic control systems, with various plants to be controlled, as well as computers and sensors.
  • A laboratory for electronic power processing, with robotic arms and basic teaching equipment for experimentation with three-phase and single-phase electric motors.
  • Three laboratories for electrical communications, equipped with spectrum analyzers, high frequency signal generators and antennas.


The School of Electronic Engineering has the following laboratories for research in areas such as sustainable energy, integrated circuit design, microelectronics, vision, robotics, sensor networks, drone applications, automated tests and biomedical applications:

  • Electronic Systems for Sustainability Laboratory (ESSlab); renewable energy, control systems and wireless sensor networks.
  • Integrated Circuit Design Laboratory (ICDlab); with equipment including computers, software licenses and reconfigurable hardware systems.
  • Embedded Systems Laboratory.
  • Automated Testing Laboratory.
  • Signal and Image Processing Laboratory (SIPlab); industrial digital cameras, specialized lighting systems, objectives, embedded systems and computers for development.
  • Robotics and Automation Research Laboratory (LIRA): development computers and power systems.
  • Photogrammetry with Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Laboratory (UASTEC).
  • Space Systems Laboratory (SETEC)
  • High-Performance Computing Laboratory and numerical simulation (HPClab)