The electrical engineer stands at the heart of the technological infrastructure which enables the extensive use of electricity as a source of energy. The professionals in these technologies have the theoretical and practical knowledge to design, absorb and operate energy and electrical power systems in combination with command and control systems. They are at the center of decision-making and constitute the professional authority in the field of planning, installation, supervision and operation of electrical energy systems. They also know how to provide control and conversion services in systems for household and industrial use. The Electricity Law allows electrical engineers to formulate plans up to 630*3 amps.
The studies of the profession provide a broad and solid technological basis, which allows the graduates to work in a variety of positions in the technological field, both as freelancers and as members of a team in knowledge-intensive and energy-intensive industries.