undergraduate

Electronic Engineering

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about the

Program

Electronic engineering is closely related to the conception, design, implementation, and operation of electronic technology applications. Specifically, electronics technology is based on the diversity of electrical and magnetic phenomena of certain materials.  In that sense, it is related to and depends on the composition, atomic structure and mode of electrical conduction in composite materials. Thus, it consists primarily of the applications of mathematics and physics to the design and analysis of real physical entities (e.g. amplifiers, radio receivers, and computers) and of small- and large-scale physical systems (e.g. signal processing, telecommunications, and process automation systems), where interconnected electronic devices and elements interact in various ways.

Bucaramanga, Santander: SNIES 3731 | Qualified Registration: MEN N.°  183 of January 16, 2017, validity 6 years.

DEGREE:

Electronic Engineer

DuraTiOn:

10 semesters

Education LEVEL:

Undergraduate

ModaliTY:

In-person

CAMPUS:

Bucaramanga main campus

APPLICANT

Profile

Applicants to the program are chosen according to the scores obtained in the areas of the new Icfes State exam (Common Core), based on a set of selection criteria, giving priority to applicants with the best overall academic performance in the indicated areas.

Applicants compete with six scores, one for each selection criterion, which are ranked according to the priorities associated to each program. When the criterion consists of more than one area of the State Exam, the lowest score is considered because it represents the applicant's overall performance in that set of areas.

Read more

In the case of the Electronic Engineering program, the institutional agreement establishes the following six (6) selection criteria, in their respective order of importance:

  • Mathematics, Physics and Language Arts.

  • Mathematics.

  • Physics and Language.

  • Language.

  • Physics.

  • Philosophy and Chemistry.

GRADUATE

Profile

Our electrical engineers are highly qualified to:

  • Apply their knowledge in mathematics, natural sciences and engineering.

  • Design and conduct experiments, as well as analyze and interpret data.

  • Design a system, a component, or a process that satisfies the needs posed within realistic constraints, for example, in economic, environmental, and other aspects.

  • Identify, formulate and solve engineering problems.

  • Recognize the need for lifelong learning.

  • Use the techniques, skills, and tools of modern engineering necessary for their practice.

  • Participate in interdisciplinary teams.

  • Communicate efficiently.

  • Manage engineering projects.

  • Understand professional and ethical responsibilities.

  • Understand the repercussions of engineering solutions in the global, economic, environmental and societal context.

  • Know about current issues.

LABOR

Fiel

Electronic engineers graduated from the UIS stand out for:

  • Their ability to create engineering solutions, based on their knowledge of natural sciences and electronic engineering, for a community or productive sector.

  • Their strategic management of learning and their ability to adapt according to the needs and challenges of the environment in which they work.

  • Their ability to efficiently lead interdisciplinary teams.

  • Their responsibility and commitment to the environment and the social environment where they work.

OUR

Accreditations

High quality accreditation: Ministerio de Educación Nacional (MEN) Resolution no. 183 of January 16, 2017 (valid for 6 years).

More information: click here

CONTINUOUS

Improvement

The Electronics Engineering program has implemented a process of continuous improvement that will allow future professionals to have a solid educational foundation with the capacity to manage innovative processes, emerging technologies, and anticipate the welfare and safety needs of the community. With this, students, employers, and society in general will be confident that the program meets quality standards and prepares graduates to enter a global workforce.

Program Educational Objectives

The Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) for Electronics Engineering are to educate engineering graduates who 3 to 5 years after graduation:

  • Create engineering solutions in profit of the community or productive sector, based on natural sciences knowledge and electronics engineering skills.

  • Participate, lead and communicate effectively in interdisciplinary teams.

  • Practice their professional activity in an integral, ethical and responsible manner and compromise with the environment and society.

Student Outcomes

The program of Electronics Engineering aims to develop the following student outcomes:

  • An ability to identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems by applying principles of engineering, science, and mathematics.

  • An ability to apply engineering design to produce solutions that meet specified needs with consideration of public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors.

  • An ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences.

  • An ability to recognize ethical and professional responsibilities in engineering situations and make informed judgments, which must consider the impact of engineering solutions in global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts.

  • An ability to function effectively on a team whose members together provide leadership, create a collaborative and inclusive environment, establish goals, plan tasks, and meet objectives.

  • An ability to develop and conduct appropriate experimentation, analyze and interpret data, and use engineering judgment to draw conclusions.

  • An ability to acquire and apply new knowledge as needed, using appropriate learning strategies.

Historical Enrollment and Graduation Statistics

 

2017

2018

2019

2020

2021

Academic Term

I

II

I

II

I

II

I

II

I

II

Admitted

86

113

91

126

104

126

86

124

102

120

Enrolled

798

805

790

819

806

870

851

913

862

824

Graduates (Term)

27

46

58

42

28

32

25

50

24

21

APPLICANT

Profile

Applicants to the program are selected according to the scores obtained in the areas of the new Icfes State exam (Common Core), based on a set of selection criteria, giving priority to applicants with the best overall academic performance in the indicated areas.

Applicants compete with six scores, one for each selection criterion, which are ranked according to the priorities associated to each program. When the criterion consists of more than one area of the State Exam, the lowest score is taken into account because it represents the applicant’s overall performance in that set of areas.

Read more

In the case of the Electronic Engineering program, the institutional agreement establishes the following six (6) selection criteria, in their respective order of importance:

  • Mathematics, Physics and Language Arts.
  • Mathematics.
  • Physics and Language.
  • Language.
  • Physics.
  • Philosophy and Chemistry.

GRADUATE

Profile

Our electrical engineers are highly qualified for:

  • Apply their knowledge in mathematics, natural sciences and engineering.
  • Design and conduct experiments, as well as analyze and interpret data.
  • Design a system, a component or a process that satisfies the needs posed within realistic constraints, for example, in economic, environmental, and other aspects.
  • Identify, formulate and solve engineering problems.
  • Recognize the need for lifelong learning.
  • Use the techniques, skills and tools of modern engineering necessary for their practice.
  • Participate in interdisciplinary teams.
  • Communicate efficiently.
  • Manage engineering projects.
  • Understand professional and ethical responsibilities.
  • Understand the repercussions of engineering solutions in the global, economic, environmental and societal context.
  • Know about current issues.

Labor

Field

Electronic engineers graduated from the UIS stand out for:

  • Their ability to create engineering solutions, based on their knowledge of natural sciences and electronic engineering, for the benefit of a community or productive sector.
  • Their strategic management of learning and their ability to adapt according to the needs and challenges of the environment in which they work.
  • Their ability to efficiently lead interdisciplinary teams.
  • Their responsibility and commitment to the environment and the social environment where they work.

OUR

Accreditations

High quality accreditation: Ministerio de Educación Nacional (MEN) Resolution no. 183 of January 16, 2017 (valid for 6 years).

More information: click here

CONTINUOUS

Improvement

The Electronics Engineering program has implemented a process of continuous improvement that will allow future professionals to have a solid educational foundation with the capacity to manage innovative processes, emerging technologies, and anticipate the welfare and safety needs of the community. With this, students, employers, and society in general will be confident that the program meets quality standards and prepares graduates to enter a global workforce.

Program Educational Objectives

The Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) for Electronics Engineering are to educate engineering graduates who 3 to 5 years after graduation:

  • Create engineering solutions in profit of the community or productive sector, based on natural sciences knowledge and electronics engineering skills.
  • Participate, lead and communicate effectively in interdisciplinary teams.
  • Practice their professional activity in an integral, ethical and responsible manner and compromise with the environment and society.
Student Outcomes The program of Electronics Engineering aims to develop the following student outcomes:
  • An ability to identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems by applying principles of engineering, science, and mathematics.
  • An ability to apply engineering design to produce solutions that meet specified needs with consideration of public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors.
  • An ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences.
  • An ability to recognize ethical and professional responsibilities in engineering situations and make informed judgments, which must consider the impact of engineering solutions in global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts.
  • An ability to function effectively on a team whose members together provide leadership, create a collaborative and inclusive environment, establish goals, plan tasks, and meet objectives.
  • An ability to develop and conduct appropriate experimentation, analyze and interpret data, and use engineering judgment to draw conclusions.
  • An ability to acquire and apply new knowledge as needed, using appropriate learning strategies.
Historical Enrollment and Graduation Statistics
2017
Academic Term I II
Admitted 86 113
Enrolled 798 805
Graduates (Term) 27 46
2018
Academic Term I II
Admitted 91 126
Enrolled 790 819
Graduates (Term) 58 42
2019
Academic Term I II
Admitted 104 126
Enrolled 806 870
Graduates (Term) 28 32
2020
Academic Term I II
Admitted 86 124
Enrolled 851 913
Graduates (Term) 25 50
2021
Academic Term I II
Admitted 102 120
Enrolled 862 824
Graduates (Term) 24 21

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Academic

Curriculum

 

Code:  20252           Credits:    4  -  Calculus I


Code:  22949           Credits:    4  -  Basic Chemistry


Code:  22979           Credits:    4  -  Linear Algebra I


Code:  24948           Credits:    0  -  University Life and Culture


Code:  23424           Credits:    4  -  English I

 

Code:  20253          Credits:    4  -  Calculus II


Code:  22950          Credits:    4  -  Physics I


Code:  23425          Credits:    4  -  English II


Code:  27132          Credits:    3  -  Introduction to Engineering


Code:  23423          Credits:    1  -  Physical Culture and Sports

 

Code:  20254           Credits:    4  -  Calculus III


Code:  22953           Credits:    4  -  Physics II


Code:  21619           Credits:    4  -  Electrical Circuits I


Code:  27133           Credits:    3  -  Computer Programming I


Code:  23272           Credits:    4  -  Linear Algebra II

 

Code:  20255           Credits:    4 -  Differential Equations


Code:  22956           Credits:    4  -  Physics III


Code:  27134           Credits:    4  -  Electrical Circuits II


Code:  23328           Credits:    3  -  Engineering Drawing


Code:  27135           Credits:    3  -  Computer Programming II

 

Code:  23332           Credits:    4  -  Signal Processing


Code:  27136           Credits:    4  -  Digital Systems I


Code:  27137           Credits:    3  -  Introduction to Materials Science


Code:  23330           Credits:    4  -  Electromagnetic Theory


Code:  23411           Credits:    4  -  Electronic Devices

 

Code:  27125           Credits:    3  -  Probability and Statistics


Code:  23414           Credits:    4  -  Fundamentals of Analog Circuits


Code:  23413           Credits:    3  -  Discrete Signal Processing


Code:  27138           Credits:    4  -  Process Dynamics


Code:  00002           Credits:    3  -  Optional Subject

 

Code:  27139           Credits:    4  -  Communications I


Code:  27140           Credits:    3  -  Digital Systems II


Code:  27120           Credits:    3  -  Numerical Methods


Code:  27141           Credits:    3  -  Control I


Code:  27142           Credits:    4  -  Industrial Electronics

 

Code:  27143           Credits:    4  -  Process Automation


Code:  27144           Credits:    4  -  Control II


Code:  27145           Credits:    4  -  Communications II


Code:  23420           Credits:    4  -  Electronic Instrumentation

 

Code:  00003           Credits:    3  -  Elective subject


Code:  27146           Credits:    4  -  Electronic Systems Design


Code:  27131           Credits:    3  -  Engineering Project Management


Code:  27130           Credits:    3  -  Final Undergraduate Work I


Code:  00003           Credits:    3  -  Elective Subject

 

Code:  00005           Credits:    3  -  Elective Subject


Code:  22977           Credits:    7  -  Final Undergraduate Work II


Code:  00002           Credits:    3  -  Optional Subject

 

Code:  23435          Credits:    3  -  Industrial Communication Networks


Code:  23479           Credits:    3  -  Embedded Systems


Code:  23480          Credits:    3  -  Microelectronics


Code:  27150          Credits:    3  -  Computer Networks I


Code:  27151           Credits:    3  -  State Space Control


Code:  27154           Credits:    3  -  Design of Microprocessors and Microcontrollers


Code:  27155           Credits:    3  -  Enterprise Software Engineering


Code:  27156           Credits:    3  -  Digital Image Processing


Code:  27157           Credits:    3  -  Computer Networks II


Code:  27158           Credits:    3  - Transmission Media


Code:  27159           Credits:    3  -  Computer Architecture I

KEEP IN MIND

Additional Information

This undergraduate program is offered at different university locations, please select the location for which you wish to obtain enrollment information.

2nd semester

2022

* Subject to demand

Collection opening

2022 May 18


Collection closing

2022 June 22

Registration opening

2022 May 19


Registration closing

2022 June 24


Admission results

2022 July 21

2nd semester

2022

* Subject to demand

Collection opening

2022


Collection closing

2022

Registration opening

2022


Registration closing

2022


Admission results

2022

2nd semester

2022

* Subject to demand

Collection opening

2022


Collection closing

2022

Registration opening

2022


Registration closing

2022


Admission results

2022

2nd semester

2022

* Subject to demand

Collection opening

2022


Collection closing

2022

Registration opening

2022


Registration closing

2022


Admission results

2022

2nd semester

2022

* Subject to demand

Collection opening

2022


Collection closing

2022

Registration opening

2022


Registration closing

2022


Admission results

2022

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

Anyone who meets the following requirements may register:

  • Having passed the tenth grade or being in the process of doing so.
  • Having taken the Saber 11 State Examination as of 2016.
  • A minimum score of 31 points in each of the tests that make up the State Test: Mathematics, Critical Reading, Social and Citizenship, Natural Sciences and English.

NOTICE 1:For applicants exempted from the English test, according to Article 1 of Decree 34 of 1980 of the Ministerio de Educación Nacional, only the scores in Mathematics, Critical Reading, Social and Citizenship, and Natural Sciences will be taken into account.

A person may not register, even if he/she complies with the above requirements and if he/she does so, his/her registration will be cancelled:

  • He/she is enrolled in any academic program of studies at the UIS.
  • He/she has a disciplinary sanction in force at the UIS.
  • He/she has lost student status for poor academic performance on more than one occasion.
  • He/she is applying to the same program of study from which he/she was excluded due to poor academic performance or has not renewed enrollment in said program.
  • He/she has initiated without concluding studies, more than one Academic Program at the UIS. No person may attend more than two undergraduate programs at the UIS. Article 5, Agreement 16 of 2008 of the Superior Council.

NOTICE 2:In case of being admitted, the student who obtained his bachelor’s degree abroad or its equivalent, must submit the validation of the degree to the Ministerio de Educación Nacional, if you have not done the procedure enter this link


Additional requirements

(Si no hay borrar esta y la línea anterior)

Inscription

$100.000

FOR 1 PROGRAM

 

Inscription

$150.000

FOR 2 PROGRAMS

The semester is settled according to the economic capacity of the family unit. Occila between 1 and 8 SMLMV. * SMLMV is equivalent to the legal monthly minimum wage in Colombia, at the time of settlement.

For more information, contact the Admissions and Academic Registry.

Maximum 2 enrollment programs.

KEEP IN MIND

Additional Information



2nd semester

2022

* Subject to demand




Bucaramanga

Collection opening

2022 May 18

Collection closing

2022 June 22

Registration opening

2022 May 19

Registration closing

2022 June 24

Admission results

2022 July 21



2nd semester

2022

*Subject to demand


Start

2022

Closing

2022



2nd semester

2022

*Subject to demand


Start

2022

Closing

2022



2nd semester

2022

*Subject to demand


Start

2022

Closing

2022



2nd semester

2022

*Subject to demand


Start

2022

Closing

2022

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

Anyone who meets the following requirements may register:

  • Having passed the tenth grade or being in the process of doing so.
  • Having taken the Saber 11 State Examination as of 2016.
  • A minimum score of 31 points in each of the tests that make up the State Test: Mathematics, Critical Reading, Social and Citizenship, Natural Sciences and English.

NOTICE 1:For applicants exempted from the English test, according to Article 1 of Decree 34 of 1980 of the Ministerio de Educación Nacional, only the scores in Mathematics, Critical Reading, Social and Citizenship, and Natural Sciences will be taken into account.

A person may not register, even if he/she complies with the above requirements and if he/she does so, his/her registration will be cancelled:

  • He/she is enrolled in any academic program of studies at the UIS.
  • He/she has a disciplinary sanction in force at the UIS.
  • He/she has lost student status for poor academic performance on more than one occasion.
  • He/she is applying to the same program of study from which he/she was excluded due to poor academic performance or has not renewed enrollment in said program.
  • He/she has initiated without concluding studies, more than one Academic Program at the UIS. No person may attend more than two undergraduate programs at the UIS. Article 5, Agreement 16 of 2008 of the Superior Council.

NOTICE 2:In case of being admitted, the student who obtained his bachelor’s degree abroad or its equivalent, must submit the validation of the degree to the Ministerio de Educación Nacional, if you have not done the procedure enter this link

Inscription

$100.000

FOR 1 PROGRAM


Inscription

$150.000

FOR 2 PROGRAMS


The semester is settled according to the economic capacity of the family unit. Occila between 1 and 8 SMLMV. * SMLMV is equivalent to the legal monthly minimum wage in Colombia, at the time of settlement.

For more information, contact the Admissions and Academic Registry Office.

Maximum 2 enrollment programs.

Program

Professors

Ana Beatriz Ramírez Silva

PhD in Electrical Engineering

Carlos Augusto Fajardo Ariza

Magíster in Electronic Engineering

Carlos Rodrigo Correa Cely

PhD in Polymer Science and Engineering

César Antonio Duarte Gualdrón

PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering

Daniel Alfonso Sierra Bueno

PhD in Biomedical Engineering

Edison Andrés Soto Ríos

PhD en Electrical Engineering

Elkim Felipe Roa Fuentes

PhD in Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering

Ernesto Aguilera Bermúdez

PhD in Engineering

Franklin Alexander Sepúlveda

PhD in Engineering

Gabriel Ordoñez Plata

PhD in Electrical, Electronic and Automation Engineering

Gerardo Latorre Bayona

PhD in Industrial Engineering (Electrical Engineering)

German Alfonso Osma Pinto

PhD in Engineering (Electrical and Electronic Engineering and Management & Development)

Hemann Raúl Vargas Torres

PhD in Electrical Engineering

Homero Ortega Boada

PhD in Engineering

Jaime Guillermo Barrero Pérez

Master's Degree in Engineering (Electronics)

Jairo Blanco Solano

PhD in Engineering (Electrical and Electronic Engineering and Management & Development)

Javier Enrique Solano Martínez

PhD in Electrical Engineering

Johan Farith Petit Suárez

PhD en Electrical Engineering, Electrónica y Automática

José Alejandro Amaya Palacio

Master's Degree in Microelectronics

Juan Manuel Rey López

PhD in Electronic Engineering

Julián Gustavo Rodríguez Ferreira

PhD in Physics (specialization in astrophysics)

Julio Augusto Gelvez Figueredo

Master's Degree in Electrical Power

Julio Cesar Chacón Velasco

Master's Degree in Electrical Power

Luis Eduardo Rueda Guerrero

PhD in Engineering (Electrical and Electronic Engineering and Management & Development)

María Alejandra Mantilla Villalobos

PhD in Engineering (Electrical and Electronic Engineering and Management & Development)

Mónica Andrea Botero Londoño

PhD in Science (Physics)

Oscar Arnulfo Quiroga Quiroga

PhD in Technology

Oscar Mauricio Reyes Torres

PhD in Electronic Engineering

Raúl Omar Vila Casado

Master's Degree in Electrical Power

Ricardo Alzate Castaño

PhD in Computer Engineering and Automation

Ricardo Llamosa Villalba

PhD in Telecommunications

Rodolfo Villamizar Mejía

PhD in Information Technology

Said David Pertuz Arroyo

PhD in Computer Engineering

AGREEMENTS

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The UIS has established different agreements with national and international entities in order to have a greater impact on their training, teaching, research and related processes in the articulation of the public university with the different social actors.

 

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School of Engineering
Electrical, Electronics and Telecommunications

Telephone:

+57 (607) 634 4000

Extension: 2364

E-mail: jaamaya@uis.edu.co

UIS Main Campus

Bucaramanga, Santander

Electrical Engineering Building, Fifth Floor

Industrial University of Santander

Office hours:

Monday to Friday

7:00 a.m. – 12:00 m.

2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Do yo want more information?

Contact Us

School of Engineering
Electrical, Electronics and Telecommunications

Ingeniería Eléctrica Building – Fifth floor

PBX: +57 (607) 634 4000

Phone extension: 2364

Email: e3t@uis.edu.co

José Alejandro Amaya Palacio

School’ s director

PBX: +57 (607) 634 4000

Phone extension: 2364

Email: jaamaya@uis.edu.co

Office hours:

Monday to Friday

7:00 a.m. – 12:00 m.

2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Do yo want more information?

Contact Us

School of Engineering
Electrical, Electronics and Telecommunications

Ingeniería Eléctrica Building – Fifth floor

PBX: +57 (607) 634 4000

Phone extension: 2364

Email: e3t@uis.edu.co

José Alejandro Amaya Palacio

School’ s director

PBX: +57 (607) 634 4000

Phone extension: 2364

Email: jaamaya@uis.edu.co

Office hours:

Monday to Friday

7:00 a.m. – 12:00 m.

2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.