Bachelor in Computer Science


To prepare professionals capable of interpreting a problem in any field of human activity and knowledge in terms of information, as well as managing, making use of and innovate existing informatics technology to establish systems allowing the processing of this information and its representation in an accessible form for decision-making.

Candidate’s Profile

The candidate for Bachelor in Computer Science, should possess the following characteristics:

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  • High school Physics and mathematics.
  • General knowledge in the field of computation concerning the handling and use of the computer, basic suites and preferably programming packages.


  • Study habits and self-learning.
  • Oral and written expression and Reading comprehension.
  • Attitudes and values
  • Creativity.
  • Empathy for study, reading and research.
  • Sense of responsibility.
  • Identification with the philosophy of the Institute.

Graduate´s profile

The Bachelor in Computer Science is a professional, who will apply knowledge, skills, attitudes and values in the management of information as a competitive advantage in decision- making, through the management and innovation of information technologies as well as computer function, using them as a detonating factor in the technological development and positioning of organizations, under schemes of social responsibility.​

Academic Requirements

Comply in a timely manner with each of the stages of the admission process highlighted in the call for entry to the university system at IPN and show documents such as:

  • Official certificate of higher education.
  • Certificate of secondary education.
  • Single Population Registry Key (CURP).
  • Birth certificate.
  • Pass the entry examination.
  • 6 small size photos. (4x4)

Work Field

The Bachelor in Computer Science can apply his/her knowledge to any field in which information is administered and decisions taken from, such as:

  • Audit, security and comptrollership in computer science.
  • Design of information systems.
  • Networks and connectivity.
  • Ubiquitous environments.
  • New information technologies.
  • Database administration.
  • Development of multimedia environments.
  • Outsourcing, Offshoring and BPO in computer science.
  • Management of major platforms.
  • Independent entrepreneur.
  • Among others.

Curriculum Map

Check the list of subjects, credits and total hours of the program on the website of each school.