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P94 Program

Telecommunication engineering is a five year course, structured in two cycles, according to the current curriculum in UPM (Plan 94).

Students must complete a total of 373.5 credits to finish the race, which are divided into core and compulsory subjects, optional subjects and elective subjects.

The first cycle includes the first three years, with a total of 178.5 credits in core / compulsory subjects, 18 credits of optional subjects and 22 credits that the student must take in elective subjects. In this first cycle scientific and technological bases that students will need for the rest of their formation are taught. 

The second cycle includes the last two years, in which the future telecommunications engineer specializes in one or more of the three main are

  • Specialty area of Electronics
  • Specialty area of Telematics
  • - Intensification 1: Networks and communication services
  • - Intensification 2: Computer Systems
  • Specialty area of Communications
  • - Intensification 1: Signal processing
  • - Intensification 2: Radio communication systems
  • - Intensification 3: Audiovisual systems
  • - Intensification 4: RF Technologies

In addition to these areas, including their respective escalations, there are 2 escalations that do not belong to any of these 3 areas (and the student can pursue whatever his area of expertise):

- Intensification in Bioengineering

- Intensification in Technology Management

Access the syllabus of the P94 Telecommunications Engineer qualification (1994 syllabus)