Technologies in the field of electronic engineering, such as measurements, signal processing, and control, are the backbone of manufacturing. There is an urgent need to train technicians who will not only further these fundamental technologies but also proactively take in information, such as networking, miniaturization, and power conservation, and technologies in the electric field and take responsibility for manufacturing new things. The Education Program of Electronic Engineering will train students to become professionals with advanced expertise and innovation to meet the demands of society.
The Education Program of Electronic Engineering aims to train students to become high-level technical experts and researchers who have cultivated knowledge and a wide range of practical skills through an education of state-of-the-art, specialized subjects relating to electronic information systems and who can contribute to the local regions and to the international community thanks to an education in which they set their own topics of research and acquired the ability to model problems and develop research methods based on said models in order to solve problems.
Students who have covered both the introductory courses on general engineering and more specific courses on electronic engineering can take classes from an upper division series of courses that teach subjects relating to cutting-edge electronic engineering. The curriculum is structured such that students can take courses in the field of computers and in the field of environment and devices to gain further specialization and to develop applied knowledge in the field they studied during their undergraduate education, mainly, the fields of environmental information processing and energy control.