This bachelor's degree is accredited by the European Quality Assurance Network for Informatics Education (EQUANIE) through the National Agency for Quality Assessment and Accreditation (ANECA) with the international quality label EURO-INF.
The bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering comprises studies that have a notably multidisciplinary content, giving graduates the appropriate training to cover computer issues from various fields of knowledge.
These professionals will acquire knowledge about the theoretical and practical aspects of Computer Engineering, as well as the tools necessary to apply this knowledge practically, training the graduate to work in all types of companies with all the guarantees of success.
Suggested profile for newly enrolled students
Even though there are no prerequisites for accessing the Bachelor's Degree in Computer Engineering, in the absence of further regulatory developments, it is desirable that the student has prior training that facilitates the acquisition of knowledge, competencies and skills associated with this degree.
For entry into the Bachelor's Degree in Computer Engineering, it is recommended that the student's training profile be scientific-technological in nature, both in terms of upper secondary education and vocational training programmes. Within this profile, it is advisable to have basic training in mathematics and physics, as well as knowledge of computer tools at the user level, with an Upper Secondary Education level qualification or equivalent.
In the case of coming from Higher-Level Vocational Training Programmes, it is recommended that the student has completed a course in the Computer Sciences area.
In terms of skills and abilities, it is recommended that students have:
- The ability to analyse and synthesise a large amount of information.
- Aptitude for numerical and logical reasoning.
- Can deal easily with abstraction and imagination when dealing with problems.
In addition to the technical and training aspects mentioned above, at the personal level, it is recommended that students have the following attitudes:
- Desire for innovation.
- Being responsive and practical when carrying out activities.
- A responsible attitude to work, and teamwork skills.