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Computer Science Engineering

Approved by the Department of Education Resolution nº 553/84 and amendments.
Accredited by CONEAU Resolution nº 300/12.

Degree: Ingeniero en Computación.
Length: 5 years.

Graduate’s profile

The Computer Science Engineering program is aimed at the theoretical and practice education of a professional with a particular training in computers, low-level information systems and computational networks, as well as a solid scientific base to face research tasks.

The graduate acquires a comprehensive knowledge in electronics and electricity in the same level an electronic and electricity engineers does and completes the computer specialization with the knowledge in operating systems, information technology, robotics, system synthesis and teleinformatics.

This engineer not only is a higher technical professional but also has the necessary tools for the research and management.

Degree Scope

1. To design, manage, achieve and assess projects of specification, design, development, construction, implementation, checking, validation, adjusting, maintenance, and update for any and all type of individual or legal entity about:

  • Computers and digital electronic systems regarding computers and data communication.
  • Systems of generation, transmission, control, automation, reception, processing and use of digital signals.

2. To design, manage, achieve and/or assess projects of survey, analysis, specification, design, development, implementation, checking, commissioning, maintenance,  and information update that are dealing with  software and directly linked to the hardware of data communication ,for any and all type of individual or legal entity.

3. To assess and select specification languages, design tools, development processes, programming languages and software architectures associated with point 2.

4. To assess and select the processing technological architectures, data communicating systems, and software based for the use of software associated with point 2.

5. To plan, design, manage and carry out the users’ training associated with point 1 and 2.

6. To determine and control the accomplishment of technical guidelines, rules and procedures ruling the software working and usage associated with point 2.

7. To define, produce, implement and/or assess technical guidelines, rules and procedures corresponding to the safety of the information, and  input/output/transmitted data by means of the software mentioned  in point 2.

8. To define software quality and safety metrics and rules, controlling them in order to obtain an industrial product under the national and international standards. Control of the formal specification of the product process of design, development, implementation, and maintenance. Definition of validation metrics and quality certifications.

9. To carry out Arbitrations, expert reports, appraisals and assessments about the specific application and acknowledge of the work field.


General Curriculum

1st Year             

Technology Science and Society
General Chemistry
Calculus I
Calculus II
Systems of Representation
Physics I
Analytic Geometry and Algebra
Technical English Language
Information Technology I

2nd Year

Physics II
Calculus III
Computer Architecture
Applied Statistics I
Calculus IV
Operating Systems
Linear Algebra
Electric Circuits

3rd Year

Numerical Analysis
Electronic Devices
Industrial Hygiene and Safety
Data Networks
Programming I
Signal Processing
Analog Electronics I
Data Communication
Computing II
Digital Circuits I

4th Year

Digital Circuits II
Software Engineering
Computer Security II
Business Management
Analog Electronics II
Control and Automation Systems
Planning and Assessment of Projects
Elective Course I

5th Year

Engineering Law and Professional Ethics
Data Bases Design I
Environment and Quality Management
Modeling and Simulation
Elective Course  II
Embedded Systems
Artificial Intelligence
Business Management and Planning
Final Work
Elective Course  III
Professional Practice

Elective Courses I 
Human Relations Management
Industrial IT
Safety Network Communications

Elective Courses II
Leadership and Management Skills
Applications Services
Project Management

Elective Courses III
Forensic IT
Image Processing
Geographic Information Systems
Network Management and Monitoring

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