Job Opportunities

The expertise of undergraduate Electronics Engineers is essential in:

  • companies that design and manufacture electronic components, equipment and systems;

  • manufacturing industries;

  • public administrations;

  • companies that apply electronic technologies and infrastructures for the processing, transmission and use of signals in the civil, industrial and information fields;

In fact, the undergraduate Electronics Engineer is able to:

  • use electronic devices and circuits, sensors and actuators;

  • use, analyze, model, and design analog and digital electronic circuits;

  • verify electronic devices for measurements, automatic control, telecommunications;

  • collaborate in the design and construction of electronic circuits, systems and equipment;

  • define the functionality of a system, evaluating its performance and costs;

  • manage electronic equipment of moderate complexity;

  • manage the production and installation of an electronic system;

In these jobs, the undergraduate Electronic Engineer must:

  • use, design, test and maintain electronic systems and subsystems that are characterized by a moderate level of complexity;

  • apply electronics and electronic properties of materials design and control systems, equipment, circuits and electronic components for commercial, industrial or scientific uses.