Currently, an engineering project cannot be conceived in which there is no strong component of electrical and electronic technology. This subspecialization is aimed at any USFQ engineering student. The main objective of the Electronic Engineering subspecialization is to provide students with the basic knowledge of electronic and electrical technology so that they can apply it to projects in their profession. Additionally, the knowledge acquired will allow them to contribute to Electronic Engineering topics when working on projects in collaboration with other engineering companies. The student must pass five courses in Electronic Engineering with a minimum grade of "C".
To complete the Electronic Engineering subspecialization, the student must pass five courses that are not part of their program's curriculum.