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The Framework of the powers set out below is established by the principles contained in Article 3.5 of RD 1393/2007, as amended by the RD 861/2010:

  • Respect for fundamental and equal rights between men and women, must be included in the curriculum where appropriate, teachings regarding such rights.
  • Respect for and promotion of human rights and the principles of universal accessibility and design for all in accordance with the provisions of Law 51/2003.
  • According to the values of a culture of peace and democratic values, and must be included in the curriculum where appropriate, teachings related to such securities.

General Competences

The general responsibilities of the graduate profile title derived from the objectives set for it. More specifically, taking into account the guidance of ANECA and according to the descriptors contained in the RD 861/2010 and the Spanish Qualifications Framework for Higher Education (MECES), is to ensure that as profile graduation, students acquire this degree of Master the following general competencies:

Cross competences

In addition, students will acquire the skills that, in general, are set out in the documents "New Degrees Masters Degree and approved, and assignment to the University Centers, RD 1393/2007 under management lessons university official "and" Requirements and Recommendations for the Implementation of Curriculum at the Polytechnic University of Madrid "approved by the Governing Council of the UPM and they are:

Specific Competences

The specific competencies listed in the Order CIN / 355/2009, are subdivided into skills Module Telecommunications Technologies and skills Module Technology Telecommunications Project Management. Additionally there is a specific competence associated Master's Thesis.

Specific skills for optional routes that enable graduates to practice in Telecommunications Engineer are also established in each of the four specialties.

The definition of these powers were taken into account that these are consistent with respect for fundamental rights and equality between men and women, with the principles of equal opportunity and universal accessibility for persons with disabilities, and the of a culture of peace and democratic values.

Student outcomes

After completing the program, graduates in the Master in Telecommunication Engineering will have:

(A)- an ability to use mathematical modeling and simulation for research, development and innovation in multidisciplinary environments related to Telecommunication Engineering

(B)- the knowledge and skills necessary to plan, coordinate, and manage the technical and economic aspects of Telecommunication Engineering projects, along with the ability to be in charge of the general and technical management of research and development projects

(C)- an ability to design, deploy and manage complex telecommunication services, systems and components, considering technical, economical and social constraints, and the quality provided

(D)- the knowledge of, and ability to apply current legislation and professional regulations, and an ethical commitment in professional Telecommunication Engineering practice

(E)- an ability to direct, and be in charge of multidisciplinary teams

(F)- an ability to communicate effectively (in oral and written form, in English and in Spanish) both to a professional and a non professional audience

(G)- an ability for self-directed, autonomous, life-long learning