(RVOE) as set forth by Ministerial Agreement No. 15018, published in the Official Journal of the Federation on November 29, 1976.
In Electronic Engineering you learn how to design and integrate cutting-edge electronic solutions and systems to address problems in different areas, such as embedded systems, vehicular electronics, biomedical engineering, telecommunications, aeronautics, control and automation. You apply and develop modern electronic systems based on electronic technologies and the use of renewable energies to improve decision-making, reduce costs, and enhance business productivity. You acquire a level of awareness and commitment regarding today's reality so that you can promote a more humane, fair and sustainable world.
If you're interested in science and technology, putting together and taking apart electronic devices, math, videogames and communications, this program is for you.
When you graduate from Electronic Engineering, your professional future is full of possibilities: you can start up your own business or work at electronic design centers; engineering, consulting or integration firms; companies that develop electronic products, including the design, testing and manufacturing stages; as well as companies providing services such as metrology, telecommunications, health, energy and security. You'll be able to specialize by studying a graduate program in any part of the world in the areas of embedded systems, electronic design, mechatronics and aeronautics, thus becoming part of the academic and scientific community.
Professional Application Projects (PAP)
The Projects of Professional Application are projects of entail with the society, proposed by the ITESO and chords to the study plan of your academic program, across which you collaborate with other students and can apply your knowledge or competitions partner - professional in a actual scene with external addressees to the university, already be communities or institutions, to raise solutions that improve the quality of life of others and reaffirm.