Study programme


The Master degree in Telecommunication Engineering of the UGR constitutes an offer of the necessary training to access the corresponding regulated profession. It is part of the provisions of the Order CIN/355/2009, of 9 February, which establishes the requirements for the verification of official university degrees qualified to develop the profession of Telecommunications Engineer.

The total number of credits to be taken by the student is 90, the total number of offered credits being 112.5. The study structure is organized in 4 modules and 13 subjects as follows.

Telecommunication Technologies (54 ECTS)

  • Signal processing and communication technologies (18 ECTS)
  • Telematics technologies (18 ECTS)
  • Advanced electronic systems (18 ECTS)

Technological Management of Projects (36 ECTS)

  • Projects I (6 ECTS)
  • Projects II (4.5 ECTS)

Optative subjects (36 ECTS)

The students must take a total of 13.5 ECTS out of the following subjects:

  • Computational electromagnetism (4.5 ECTS)
  • Emerging technologies in electronic devices for communications (4.5 ECTS)
  • Multimedia laboratory (4.5 ECTS)
  • Advanced network security (4.5 ECTS)
  • Multidisciplinary signal processing applications (4.5 ECTS)
  • High performance architectures in telecommunications (4.5 ECTS)
  • Development of telecommunication applications (4.5 ECTS)
  • Artificial intelligence in telecommunications (4.5 ECTS)

Master thesis (12 ECTS)


Optionally, a maximum of 4.5 credits of the Technological Management of Projects module (subject Projects II) can be recognized from external internships, which will be developed with the functions established and for a period equivalent to 4.5 ECTS. The equivalence between the number of hours of internship and credits will be established according to the conditions established by the UGR. Please find detailed information below.

All the modules will be taught in Spanish.

Master thesis

Development, presentation and defense, once all the credits of the study programme are obtained, of an original project carried out individually before a university court, consisting of a comprehensive work in Telecommunication Engineering and in which the competences acquired in the teachings are summarized.

Company internships

External academic internships constitute a formative activity carried out by university students and supervised by universities, with the aim of enabling them to apply and complement the knowledge acquired in their academic training, favouring the acquisition of competences for professional activities, facilitating the access to employment and fostering the entrepreneurial capability. Internships can be performed in the university itself or in collaborating entities, such as companies, institutions and public and private entities, either national or international.

Teaching guides

Telecommunication Technologies Module

Technological Management of Projects Module

Optative Subjects Module

Verification report

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