Objectives and competences
The bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering qualifies a student to pursue the regulated profession of Technical Computer Engineer and taking the Master’s Degree in Informatics Engineering, enables him/her to pursue the regulated profession of Computer Engineer.
Graduates in Computer Engineering are fully prepared to study, design and install computer networks, projects of system engineering and industrial computing, projects of software engineering and systems of information application.
Apart from teaching and research the most common professional activities of a graduate in Computer Engineering are:
- Executive posts (obtaining the master’s degree in Computer Engineering): director of information systems, director of development, director of production and exploitation or IT manager.
- Management positions: intermediate technical staff, project manager, functional analyst, area manager, consultant, database architect, quality, methodology and organization manager or system architect.
- Technical posts: database administrator, networks and systems manager or microgrids manager.
To know more about basic and specific competencies of the degree in Computer Engineering see Table of Competences.