Information and Communication Technologies

Area: Multi-platform Software Development

A.T.D. Professional Profile

Introduction

The Advanced Technical Degree in Information and Communication Technologies within the area of Multi-platform Software Development grants the professional competences needed for an efficient performance on a local, regional, national and international level.

Professional Competences

Professional competencies are the skills and attitudes that allow the University Higher Technician to develop activities in his professional area, adapt to new situations, as well as transfer, if necessary, his knowledge, skills and attitudes to nearby professional areas.

Generic Competences:

  1. To pose and solve problems based on mathematical principles and theories, through the scientific method to support decision making in the scientific and technological fields.
  2. Act with proactive values and attitudes of excellence in their personal, social and organizational development, in harmony with their environment to develop their personal, social, and organizational potential.
  3. Communicate feelings, thoughts, knowledge, experiences, ideas, reflections, opinions, through simple expressions and common use, in a productive and receptive way in the English language according to level A2, basic user, of the European Framework of Reference to contribute to the performance of their functions in their work environment, social and personal.
  4. To communicate feelings, thoughts, knowledge, experiences, ideas, reflections and opinions, in a clear and detailed way, on concrete and abstract subjects in their professional and socio-cultural context, according to level B2, independent user, of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, in order to base and propose improvements in organisations and contribute responsibly to socio-cultural development.

Specific Competences:

1. To develop technological solutions for Web environments through object oriented programming fundamentals, database and local area networks that meet the needs of organizations.

1.1. Develop software applications using object-oriented programming fundamentals and database connection in web development environments to meet the needs of organizations.
1.2. Implement network services with basic security schemes mediaent configuration and support of communication devices for interconnection in a small corporate network.

2. Implement multi-platform solutions, in the cloud and embedded software, in secure environments through data acquisition and management and software engineering to contribute to the automation of processes in organizations.

2.1. Develop information systems using Frameworks, design patterns and development architectures to generate multiplatform solutions, in the cloud and embedded software.
2.2 Manage information through relational, non-relational, object-oriented, file-oriented and distributed database managers for the implementation of information systems.

Job Opportunities

The Advanced Technical Graduate in Information and Communication Technologies within the area of Multi-platform Software Development will be able to work in:

  • Public and private organizations dedicated to software development and consulting.
  • Public and private organizations whose purpose is not the development of software in functions of analysis, design, implementation, evaluation and sale of Software.
  • Public and private organizations that have an IT area or department.
  • In your own software solutions integration company.
  • In the public and social sectors, as well as independently in the different productive branches that demand information technology services preferably in multiplatform software development.
  • In an independent way through goods and services consultancies.

Professional Employment

The graduate in Advanced Technical Information and Communication Technologies, Multi-platform Software Development Area, can work as:

  • Mobile applications developer.
  • Cloud application developer.
  • Developer of applications for Internet of Things.
  • Web application developer.
  • Executor of Tests.
  • Systems Analyst.
  • Systems Programmer.
  • Database Administrator.
  • Technician in support of Computer Systems.
  • Security integrator in multiplatform applications.

Engineer Professional Profile

Introduction

The Information Technologies Engineering grants the professional competences needed for an efficient performance on a local, regional and national level.

Professional Competences

Professional competences define the skills and attitudes required for the successful development of activities in the academical area, the ability to adapt to new situations as well as the application of accumulated knowledge in the pursuit of a higher academical degree.

Generic Competence:

Skill of analysis and synthesis, basic research skills, individual and social abilities, management skills and second language communication skill.

Specific Competences:

  1. Management of IT projects in order to assure productivity and the achievement of strategic organization’s objectives, using appropriate technologies.
    1. Formulation of IT projects by the means of standard processes and quality models, in order to contribute in the organization’s achievements of strategic objectives.
    2. Planning of IT projects for implementation of effective solutions, using available resources within the organization.
    3. Engineering of IT projects using standards and quality models, in order to contribute in the organization’s competitivity.
    4. Management of implementation processes of IT projects, through its correct development to meet goals and achievements, using managerial abilities.
  1. Evaluation of IT systems to implement improvements and innovation in organizations by using audit methodologies.
    1. Diagnose the information technology system through audits and standards-based methodologies to identify current conditions.
    2. Suggest the implementation of new technologies, to address areas of opportunity and innovation in organizations by evaluating existing technologies in the market.

Job Opportunities

The IT Engineer will be able to work in:

    • In the private, public and social sectors in different independent and productive branches that asses the demand of IT services.
  • Independently through the integration of companies oriented to the development and consultancy of goods and services.

Professional Employment

 The IT engineer will be able to work as:

    • Executive integrator of vanguard technologies to optimize the operation of industries and companies.
    • Information systems designer.
    • IT Services and Project Manager
  • Director/Chief of Information Technologies.

SYLLABUS

ICT
Area: Computer System
2009
IT
Area: Multiplatform Software Development
2018
IT Engineering

First Term

  • Sociocultural Education I
  • Logical Thinking Development
  • Office Automation
  • Oral and Written Expression I
  • Networking Fundamentals
  • Programming Methodoligies
  • Tecnical Suppot
  • English I

Second Term

  • Sociocultural Education II
  • Database
  • Mathematical Thinking Development
  • Introduction to System Analysis and Design
  • Programming
  • Local Area Networking
  • English II

Third Term

  • Sociocultural Education III
  • Computer Systems Administration
  • Database II
  • Web Application Development
  • Inclusive I
  • Operating Systems
  • Applications Development I
  • English III

Fourth Term

  • Sociocultural Education IV
  • Database Administration
  • Applications Development II
  • Data Structure
  • Software Engineering I
  • English IV

Fifth Term

  • Project Management
  • Quality in Software Development
  • Applications Development III
  • Oral and Written Expression II
  • Software Engineering II
  • Inclusive II
  • English V

Sixth Term

  • Internship in the Productive Sector
First Term

  • Linear Algebra
  • Development of Logical Thinking Skills
  • IT Basics
  • Network Fundamentals
  • Programming Methodology
  • Oral and Written Expression I
  • English I
  • Sociocultural Education I

Second Term

  • Mathematical Functions
  • Software Development Methodologies and Modeling
  • Network Interconnection
  • Object Oriented Programming
  • Introduction to Digital Design
  • Data base
  • English II
  • Sociocultural Education II

Third Term

  • Differential Calculation
  • Probability and Statistics
  • Operating Systems
  • Inclusive I
  • Web Applications
  • Data base for Mobile Applications
  • English III
  • Sociocultural Education III

Fourth Term

  • Standards and Metrics for Software Development
  • Principles for IoT
  • Design of APPs
  • Applied Data Structures
  • Service-Oriented Web Applications
  • Evaluation and Improvement for Software Development
  • English IV
  • Sociocultural Education IV

Fifth Term

  • IoT Applications
  • Multi-platform Mobile Development
  • Web Applications for I4.0
  • Databases for Cloud Computing
  • Oral and Written Expression II
  • English V

Sixth Term

  • Internship in the Productive Sector

Seventh Term

  • Time Management
  • Mathematics for IT
  • Economical Engineering
  • Business Process Modeling
  • Applications Programming
  • Elective Course I
  • English VI

Eighth Term

  • Work Management and Planning
  • IT Quality Systems
  • Database for Applications
  • Convergent Networks
  • IT Projects Management I
  • English VII

Ninth Term

  • High-performance Equipment Management
  • Web Applications Development
  • IT Projects Management II
  • Telecommunications Implementation
  • Inclusive I
  • Elective Course II
  • English VIII

Tenth Term

  • Business Negotiation
  • Applied Statistics
  • Information Security
  • Selected IT Subjects
  • IT Systems Audit
  • Inclusive II
  • English IX

Eleventh Term

  • Internship in the Productive Sector

ASPIRANTES ACEPTADOS QUE PRESENTARON EXAMEN DE ADMISIÓN EL 16 DE AGOSTO DE 2019

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