THE PROGRAM 09 Laboratorio de Electrónica
CURRICULUM
LABS

Code

 Courses

 Calendar

Course Load

Prerequisites 

Weekly

Total

FIRST YEAR

123

Algebra and Analytic Geometry

1st semester

5

80

 -

187

Linear Algebra

2nd semester

4

64

123

300N

English I (*)

annual

3

96

-

444R

Society, State, and Engineering

2nd semester

3

48

-

164N

Calculus I

annual

7

224

-

305

Computer Methods I

annual

3

96

-

109R

Physics I

annual

5

160

-

141R

General Chemistry I

annual

5

160

-

 099

Technical Drawing

annual

3

96

-

SECOND YEAR

187

Linear Algebra

1st semester

4

64

 123

010R

Advanced Calculus

1st semester

11

176

164N/123

167N

Physics II

1st semester

7

112

109R/164N/123

166R

General Chemistry II

1st semester

5

80

141R

044R

Microeconomics

1st semester

3

48

-

401

Materials Science and Engineering I

1st semester

4

64

109R-141R-164N

124

Differential Equations

2nd semester

10

160

010R/187

170N

Physics III

2nd semester

7

112

010R/167N

169R

Statistics

2nd semester

4

64

164N/123

341

Computer Methods II

2nd semester

5

80

305

018R

Stability of Structures I

2nd semester

5

80

109R-164N-187

241R

Costs

2nd semester

3

48

044R

402

Materials Science and Engineering II

2nd semester

4

64

401

301N

English II (*)

annual

3

96

300N

THIRD YEAR

014N

Multivariate Calculus

1st semester

5

 80

010R

173R

Electrical Engineering I

1st semester

5

80

170N

023R

Operations Research

1st semester

3

48

010R-169R

016R

General Thermodynamics

1st semester

6

96

010R/167N/166R

168R

Numerical Analysis

1st semester

4

64

010R/169R/341

053R

Stability of Structures II

1st semester

5

80

018R-124

308

Geology

1st semester

6

96

-

403

Materials Science and Engineering III

1st semester

4

64

402

302N

English III

annual

3

96

301 N

307

Mechanical Engineering

2nd semester

4

64

010R-109R

231R

Differential Geometry

2nd semester

4

64

010R-099-167N

805R

Stability of Structures III

2nd semester

7

112

053R

309

Hydrology

2nd semester

4

64

-

074R

Concrete Technology

2nd semester

5

80

403

260R

Macroeconomics

2nd semester

3

48

241R

FOURTH YEAR

259R

Industrial Organizations

1st semester

3

48

260R

313

Fluid Mechanics I

1st semester

4

64

014N-016R-308-309

316

Fundamentals of Construction I

1st semester

4

64

805R

306

Architecture and Engineering Computer Design

1st semester

4

64

099

806R

Stability of Structures IV

annual

6

192

805R

311

Geotechnical Engineering

annual

4

128

308-309

232R

Metallic and Timber Structures I

annual

4

128

805R

076R

Reinforced Concrete I

annual

4

128

074R-099-805R

319

Fundamentals or Road Design

annual

4

128

231R-306-308-309

314

Fluid Mechanics II

2nd semester

4

64

313

317

Fundamentals of Construction II

2nd semester

8

128

306-316

 325

Urban Planning and Architecture

2nd semester

3

48

231R

FIFTH YEAR

234R

Applied Hydraulics

1st semester

5

80

314

804R

Sanitary Engineering

1st semester

4.5

72

306-314

312

Applied Geotechnical Engineering

1st semester

4

64

311

233R

Metallic and Timber Structures II

1st semester

5

80

232R-306

320

Railroad Design and Construction

1st semester

4

64

231R-306-308-309

321

Airport Engineering

1st semester

4

64

231R-306-308-309

326

Project Engineering and Management

1st semester

4

64

317

079R

Reinforced Concrete II

annual

5

160

076R-306-806R

049R

Law and Engineering

2nd semester

3

48

-

322

Engineering of Ports and Waterways

2nd semester

4

64

231R-306-308-309

323

Construction Machinery and Equipment

2nd semester

4

64

307-317

315

Explosives Engineering in Construction and Demolitions

2nd semester

3

48

166R-074R

318

Military Engineering

2nd semester

3

48

317-325

324

Health and Safety in Construction

2nd semester

3

48

326

104

Research Project

2nd semester

12

192

(**)

666

Professional Practical Training  (PPT)

267

(**)

TOTAL HOURS (excluding PPT):  6027 Hrs    TOTAL HOURS (including PPT):   6294 HrsRemarks:(*) No attendance required subject to proficiency assessment evaluation.

( * * )  Approved finals of all fourth-year courses are required for enrollment. Approved attendance of all fifth-year courses is required for final defense.