To design facilities, equipment and assemblies for telecommunications systems, telephone exchanges, electronic audio equipment, radio, television, radar, satellite communication and industrial appliances; to design computer network, multimedia, computer and workstation facilities, equipment and assemblies; to carry out simulation and programming work analyzing and synthesizing software and hardware for industrial, personal and dedicated services equipment; to prepare plans and specifications for manufacturing materials and construction methods; to design electrical facilities for hospital environments; to design equipment and assemblies for hospital medical systems; to supervise the technical aspects of procedures for the manufacture of electrical, electronic and electromedical equipment and to monitor the installation and maintenance of such equipment; to inspect completed works to ensure that they meet safety, manufacturing and design specifications and standards; to calculate labor and material costs as well as manufacturing, installation, operation, maintenance and repair costs; to work as university lecturers; to work in the academic world, in companies and in industry; to work as consultants and managers; and to work in multidisciplinary fields that require a knowledge of the fundamentals of electricity, electronics, computing and biomedical engineering.
Practice of the Profession
Federal Law no. 005194 of December 24,1966, governs the practice of this profession.
Federal Decree no. 000620 of June 10, 1969, regulates this law.
Program Completion
To graduate from this program students must obtain a total of 262 credits, corresponding to 3930 hours of supervised activities, which may be completed in 10 semesters, as shown in the unit’s suggested curriculum schedule, or up to a maximum of 15 semesters.
Recognition
Recognized by Federal Decree no. 070733 of June 19, 1972. Renewed by CEE/GP Directive no. 000400 of July 28, 2008.
Maximum number of credits each semester
1- Until a student has enrolled in 30 credits: a maximum of 32 credits per semester.
2- From the semester following the semester when the student enrolled in 30 credits, the maximum number of credits per semester will be given by the expression 16 + 28 GPA.

 

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