It aims to provide a solid cultural and technical background in Electrical Engineering, aiming to develop the capabilities of innovation and critical analysis. It allows the acquisition of scientific knowledge of a technical and practical nature and its applications, in order to continue studies and the exercise of professional activities.
The MEEE is structured in large areas of knowledge: the "Information Technology and Computing" and "Telecommunications and Electronics", materialized in the specialization of "Information Technology and Telecommunications"; and the "Energy Systems" and "Automation and Control", materialized in the specialization of "Energy and Control Systems".
- Information Technology and Telecommunications - TIT
- Power and Control Systems - SEC
The Masters in Electrical and Electronic Engineering are qualified to exercise the profession of Engineer, and / or to work in research and development and to continue studies. Depending on the areas of knowledge and the courses chosen the graduate in Electrical and Electronic Engineering acquires competences in: Telecommunications; Electronics; Information Technologies; Computation; Electric Power Systems; Automatic Control; Automation; Instrumentation; Internet of Things; Human-Computer Interaction; Machine Learning; Renewable energy; among others.