Below you can find the navigation model to follow the SCE's syllabus, which has 143 credits to be accomplished in 8 semestersse. Additionally, the student could take between 15 - 18 credits by semester. The courses are classified into three levels based on the training period; the first digit of the course code represents its level (ISIS-YXXX).
The following diagram gives an overview of the courses and how they are expected to be taken each semester.
Select a course for more information.
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The student must fulfill professional basic area requirements to take all third level courses (YYYY-1XXXX).
All courses (ISIS-XXXX) for sixth, seventh and eighth semester have the requirement of LENG (2999) and Spanish.
To take the Capstone Project or Master's courses. The student must fulfill all second level courses requirements.
Types of course
Fundaments of Math & Science
Fundaments Engineering to SCE
Development of infrastructure and security
IT in specific contexts
Construction of IT solutions
IT Management projects
Foreign Language Requirement
Grouping of courses
Math and Basic Sciences
The level of comprehensive training includes areas of knowledge as: arts, humanities, constitutional education, social sciences, languages, science and technology. Also, this level has the elective courses that can be used to complete the requirements of an option, to accumulate double-program credits, to take different courses or extracurricular courses.
This training level seeks to develop in students the personal skills such as effective communication, leadership and sense of responsibility. Which are necessary for the proper practice of any profession.
Fundaments Math & Science
The courses at this level are: Math courses, physics courses, chemistry and biology courses. It seeks to develop in students the logical and mathematical reasoning, and increase their ability to interpret concepts of numerical, geometric and algebraic way.
Fundamental Engineering courses are composed by generic engineering fundamentals and specific Systems and Computing Engineering fundamentals. Fundamental courses provide fundamental knowledge and skills in the following areas of Systems and Computing Engineering: formal, programming, technology infrastructure and organizational.
Engineering fundamentals contain the following courses: Investment decision analysis (Análisis de Decisión e Inversión), Probability and Statistics (Probabilidad y Estadística) and a regulated elective in another Engineering Program. Generic fundamentals in Systems and Computing Engineering are composed of courses as Algorithmic and Programming (Algorítmica y Programación), Discrete mathematics and logic (Matemática estructural y lógica), Algorithms design and analysis (Diseño y análisis de algoritmos), Data structures (Estructuras de datos) as well as Languages and Machines (Lenguajes y Máquinas).
The Fundamental Engineering courses give students the personal and professional skills required to engineering professional practice.