Specialization in Embedded Systems
RVOE as set forth in Ministerial Agreement SEP 15018, dated 29/11/76.
ITESO's Specialization in Embedded Systems is listed on the National Registry of Quality Graduate Programs of the National Science and Technology Council (CONACYT, in its initials in Spanish), accredited as a Development Program that trains high-level professionals in the design, implementation and testing of embedded systems.
The field of application for embedded systems has increased remarkably in recent years in the region. It covers areas such as industrial processes, telecommunications, consumer electronics, aeronautics, the automotive sector, among others.
The diversity and success of embedded systems is largely due to the low cost and versatility of modern digital processing units.
ITESO's Specialization in Embedded Systems trains high-level professionals who are qualified to design, implement, and test embedded systems, and who promote the creation of intellectual property and the development of new knowledge and technology, benefiting Western Mexico and the country in general.
- To train competent professionals and researchers who generate, apply, and communicate knowledge, techniques, and methodologies that contribute to Competitiveness based on value-added technological innovation that triggers sustainable social wellbeing.
- To promote the production of knowledge as well as regional development, and to foster the creation of new technology-based companies.
- To train competent and free professionals, qualified to effectively apply methodological techniques to deal with identified problems and contribute to social wellbeing through the consolidation of technology-based industrial conglomerates.
- To train experts in the analysis, design, and implementation of embedded systems, with qualifications to apply and test them efficiently.
This program is listed on the National Registry of Quality Graduate Programs of the National Science and Technology Council (CONACYT, in its initials in Spanish), accredited as a Newly Created Program.
National Science and Technology Council