​​​​What is the structure of the Information Engineering degree?

The Information Engineering curriculum offers multidisciplinary and practical training. Thanks to this, its students develop in-depth knowledge of management, which enables them to have a more realistic outlook on their work in organizations.

What degrees and titles are given?

  • Bachelor's Degree in Information Engineering
  • Professional Title of Information Engineer

Degree StructureDownload HERE​. ​

Curriculum valid from 2017-I semester, subject to changes from the University Council. The general, specific and transitory regulations for the 2017 curriculum will be published on the SAR website later. The features which will apply to students under other curricula will be available for consultation there.

  • Cycle 0
    • Leveling in Mathematics
    • Leveling in Language
    • Leveling in Computer Science​
  • Cycle I
    • Computer Tools for Engineers
    • Introduction to Engineering
    • Mathematics I
    • General Economy I
    • Language I

  • Cycle II
    • ​​Introduction to Discrete Structures for Computing
    • Systems Dynamic
    • Mathematics II
    • General Economics II
    • Language II​
  • Cycle III
    • Physics
    • Business Architecture
    • Statistics I
    • Philosophy
    • Accounting Fundamentals
    • Academic Research​
  • Cycle IV
    • Process Engineering
    • Information System Architecture
    • Programming Techniques
    • Statistics II
    • Intermediate Accounting​
    • Sociology
  • Cycle V
    • Operations Research I
    • Introduction to Analytics
    • Data Engineering
    • Economic and Business History
    • Management I
  • Cycle VI
    • Operations Research II​
    • Development of Business Solutions
    • Data Mining
    • Fundamentals of Marketing
    • Political Science
  • Cycle VII
    • Information Systems for Management
    • Web Analytics
    • Business Analytics I
    • Finance Fundamentals
    • Contemporary Social Thought

  • Cycle VIII
    • Business Intelligence
    • Business Analytics II
    • Theology of Religions
    • Environmental Sustainability and Social responsibility

  • Cycle IX
    • Big Data Analytics
    • Business Solutions Design
    • Ethics
    • Social projection​
  • Cycle X
    • Information Engineering Final Project
    This curriculum only comprises the required courses of the Information Engineering degree program. It does not include elective courses made available to students. 
    *Curriculum will be effective from 2017-I, subject to changes by the University Governing Board. ​


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Michelle Rodríguez

Michelle Rodríguez

Vice Dean of Information Engineering​​