The Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering, with a mention in Renewable Energies, comprises studies with a notable multidisciplinary content, giving graduates the appropriate training to cover industrial problems from various fields of knowledge.

These professionals must be knowledgeable of the theoretical and practical aspects relating to Industrial Engineering, as well as the tools necessary to put this knowledge into practice.

This bachelor's degree aims to train professionals involved in designing and building electrical devices used in the generation, transfer and distribution of electrical energy, as well as the projection, realization and verification of electrical systems, especially those used in industry.

The activities most frequently carried out by these technical engineers focus on designing projects, the electrical and electronic control of machines and their components, the installation of any type of industrial electrical component in companies, the development of electrical and industrial structures and support for all types of manufacturing, working in research and development laboratories and in treatment plant laboratories. These people also work in technological development facilities, designing construction, production, maintenance and technical inspection projects.

img_4814003.jpgAn important aspect of this degree is its approach to electricity production using renewable energy sources.

The renewable energy and energy-efficiency industry is evolving rapidly, amid growing concern regarding the depletion of fossil fuels and the unforeseen consequences of climate change.

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The general profile of the Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering should be oriented towards the training of professionals with a multidisciplinary and global view of industrial issues, drawing from different areas of knowledge, and toward coordination tasks that are complementary to the work of specialists in the different areas.

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Objectives and Competencies

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Professional and Academic opportunities

Upon completing these studies, graduates will have the academic and employment opportunities listed below:

Academic opportunities. Relation with other studies

Bachelor's Degrees:

  1. Bachelor's Degree in Industrial Electronics Engineering.
  2. Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering.
  3. Bachelor's Degree in Industrial Chemical Engineering.


  1. Master's in Industrial Engineering.
  2. Official UAL Masters.

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Professional opportunities

Electrical Engineering graduates may choose to work professionally in almost all the industrial sectors: the electrical sector; power generation, the distribution and commercialization of electrical energy; the renewable energy sector; the electronics and automation sector; the chemical sector; the energy sector (gas and oil); the mechanical and automotive industry; university and pre-university education; and public administration.

The professional activity of the Industrial Technical Engineer has recognized prestige in the industrial sector, allowing one to take advantage of a very wide range of professional opportunities in almost all the industrial sectors:

  • Private sector: graduates can work professionally in practically all the industrial sectors, such as the mechanical and industrial construction sector, computer sciences sector, the electrical, and electronics sectors, the communication sector, the metallurgical, naval, chemical, and aeronautical sectors, as well as in the generation of electrical energy, the use of renewable energies, and the automobile industry, etc.
  • Freelance professional work: freelance industrial technical engineers work mainly on the drafting and signing off of projects, the technical management of commercial facilities, housing, etc. and the management of opening licenses. In addition, their training allows them to work on certifications, verifications, and claim assessments, etc.
  • Public administration: Official or work personnel in the technical bodies of all types of public administration: European Union, State, Autonomous and Local level work in realizing expert reports, etc.
  • Research, development and innovation: Research in public or private centres, and in R&D+i departments of large companies, mainly in the development of models.
  • Public and private teaching: In public and private teaching centres, both at the secondary and university levels.

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Professional qualification

The structure of the Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering offered by the University of Almeria complies with the conditions established in Order CIN/351/2009, of February 9th, 2009 (BOE of February 20th, 2009), which lays down the requirements for the verification of official university degrees that enable one to practise the profession of Industrial Technical Engineer.



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