To train Computer Systems Engineers with solid scientific and technological preparation in the fields of software and hardware development, who propose, analyze, design, develop, implement and manage computer systems based on state-of-the-art technologies and national and international quality methodologies, norms, and standards; leaders of multidisciplinary and multicultural work teams, with a high sense of ethics and responsibility.
Applicants to study this program should have knowledge in Mathematics, Physics, and Computer Science. It is also desirable to have knowledge of English. Likewise, they should have skills such as analysis and synthesis of information, logical reasoning, and oral and written expression. As well as attitudes of respect and responsibility.
Solid knowledge and skills in Mathematics:
Scientific curiosity, responsibility, honesty, persistence, tolerance for failure, tolerance for diversity, participatory and collaboration, honesty in handling information, adaptability to change, and resilience to difficulties.
Graduates of the Computer Systems Engineering academic program will be able to work in multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary teams in the fields of software and hardware development, supporting their professional performance in ethical values and social responsibility, with a focus on leadership and sustainability in the public and private sectors. The attributes of the graduate are:
The requirements to become a student at the Institute are:
The Computer Systems Engineer works in the private, public, academic, and free practice sectors and free practice of the profession.
Free practice of the profession: