Companies must be prepared to include the necessary innovations in their computer systems in order to provide the services required by the so-called Knowledge Society, without losing the level of reliability and strength that should be beyond doubt. Therefore, it becomes necessary to find trained professionals.
This area of knowledge defines the skills, competences, abilities and aspirations of the future students of the Degree in Computer Engineering.
Students who choose the Degree in Computer Engineering should have attention and perception skills, capacity for analysis and synthesis, logical reasoning, numerical skills, gift for abstraction, willingness to research and scientific events, and interest in new technologies.
It is advisable that students who choose our degree have ability to social relations and interpersonal contacts, capacity to communicate, reason and understand, analytical and negotiation skills, flexibility and critical sense.
Interests: scientific, technological and humanistic.
- Capacity for analysis and synthesis.
- Capacity for problem-solving and decision-making.
- Ability to teamwork and interpersonal relations.
- Critical thinking.
- Ability to adapt to new situations.
- Creativity. Initiative and enterprising spirit. Ability to observation and systematic listening. Curiosity.
- Attitudes: Responsibility. Perseverance. Observation, communication and listening. Searching for answers through self-learning.
“As a student of the Degree in Computer Engineering I would like to emphasize how involved students are. Given the small number of students per class, there is always time to ask your doubts or questions or to discuss about a specific topic. This participation is also evident in the regular meetings between the director of the degree and the student representatives of the different years to address those issues in which students are interested.
Furthermore, in our degree there is a great relationship between students and with professors. These are very approachable and help us when we attend the tutorial support sessions.
And as a student at the UCAM, the campus atmosphere is very nice. In our faculty there are always people to talk to in the corridors and on balconies.”
Ana Isabel García Santiago
Student of the 3rd year in Computer Engineering