Master’s (12 to 30 months)

The master’s program in technology started in 2009, and all faculty members have at least a doctoral degree.
The graduate program in technology at the Faculty of Technology seeks to provide a theoretical, technological, scientific and methodological grounding to enable students to develop their intellectual independence; to produce researchers who are sensitive to current technological demands and able to make innovative contributions to scientific and technological progress; to produce professionals who can generate scientific and technological knowledge with a view to creating a sustainable society; and to carry out research that relates to the world today, thus contributing to the development and quality of education offered in our community.

Major Area: Technology and Innovation
Lines of Research

  • 1. Technology for the environment, sanitation and construction
  • 2. Technology for information, communication and instrumentation
  • 3. Technology for complex systems and phenomena