Universidad Tecnológica de la Mixteca  
   
     
 
 
 
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER ENGINEERING
Director of Studies
M.C. Enrique Alejandro López López
alopez@mixteco.utm.mx
Ingeniería en Computación
   
Admission profile
 
 Candidates who wish to study for a degree in Computer Engineering should have the following profile:
  • Completed high school education, preferably with a focus on information technology or in the fields of physics and mathematics.
  • An aptitude for analyzing logical and mathematical problems and providing practical solutions.
  • An ability to plan and carry out tasks effectively, either individually or in a team.
  • Demonstrates commitment, discipline and perseverance.
Graduate Profile
 
 Graduates from the Computer Engineering program are professional individuals with the following profile:
  • Strong background in mathematics, theory of computation, systems programming, programming paradigms and database management systems.
  • Possess knowledge of Artificial Intelligence, Computer Networks, Software Engineering, with a specialization in one of these areas.
  • Ability to work in teams and demonstrate leadership qualities.
  • Ability to go on to postgraduate study, find employment in the private sector or start his or her own business.
  • A professional of the highest caliber, conscientious, ethical, with a commitment to the betterment of society and the environment.
 El egresado posee la formación interdisciplinaria que lo capacita para comprender problemas en distintas áreas y poder comunicarse de manera clara y significativa con quienes toman decisiones. Además podrá especializarse en algunas de las siguientes áreas:
  • Ingeniería de software
  • Inteligencia artificial
  • Redes de computadoras
   
The Workplace
 

 The computer engineer works in the following areas:

  • Programming: commercial applications, languages, tools, systems.
  • Systems analysis: planning, analysis and design of information systems.
  • Computer auditing: consulting with business on their computer problems proposing solutions that improve their functioning.
   
Study Plan
 
FIRST SEMESTER

 Differential Calculus
 Structured Programming
 Algebra
 History of Philosophy
SECOND SEMESTER

 Integral Calculus
 Linear Algebra
 Data Structure
 Mechanics
 General Theory of Systems
THIRD SEMESTER

 Object-oriented Programming I
 Differential Equations
 Discrete Mathematics
 Electromagnitism
 Human-Computer Interaction
FOURTH SEMESTER

 Automatic Machines and Formal Languages
 Object-oriented Programming II
 Numeric Methods
 Software Engineering
 Electrical Circuits
FIFTH SEMESTER

 Compilers
 Data Communication
 Computer Graphics
 Analogue Electronics
 Data bases
SIXTH SEMESTER

 Computer Networks
 Operating Systems
 Assemblor Language
 Digital Electronics I
 Information Recovery
SEVENTH SEMESTER

 Programming Logic
 Distributed and Parallel Systems
 Probability and Statistics
 Digital Electronics II
 Web Programming
EIGHTH SEMESTER

 Artificial Intelligence
 Analysis and Complexity of Algorithms
 Operations Research
 Computer Architecture
 Business Administration
NINTH SEMESTER

 Specialty I
 Specialty II
 Research Seminar I
 Microcontrolers
 Accounting and Finance
 IT Infrastructure Management
TENTH SEMESTER

 Specialty III
 Specialty IV
 Research Seminar II
 New Technologies
 Marketing

 

 

 

 
   
 
 
 
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