English Español Français Italiano 中文
  • Contact details
  • Web Map
Campus of International Excellence

Bachelor's Degree in Information Technology >>

Objectives and Competences

Objectives

These are the generic objectives of this degree:

  • Prepare graduates to cover their field of activity from the academic and professional perspectives as professionals within the context of a society with much wider interests. Thus, graduates should be conscious of the evolution of Computer Science, including its most importante development and tendencies (economic, scientic, legal, political and cultural tendencies) that have configures this field throughout its relatively short existence.
  • Offer a coherent and comprehensive coverage of computer studies. Graduates should develop a reasonable level of understanding in each of the thematic areas and in the mental processes that define the discipline, as well as knowledge of their mutual interrelations.
  • The syllabi should offer the atmosphere in which students may feel ummersed in the ethical and social aspects related to the field of Computer Science. This includes remaining updated with recent theoretical and applied advances, following general rules of the profession, and becoming aware of their capacities and limitations and those of the discipline.
  • Preparing students to apply their knowledge to specific and particular problems and solve them. This includes the capacity to clearly define a problem. determine its level of complexity; decide when it is convenient to consult with external experts; evaluate and choose a solution strategy; study, design, implement, test, modify and document that solution; assess alternatives and undertake risk analysis for that design; integrate alternative technologies in that solution; and transmit that solution to other colleagues, to professionals of different fields and to the general public. This also includes the capacity for working in teams throughout the entire problem solving process.
  • Offer sufficient contact with the wide theoretical corpus supporting Computer science, so students may appreciate the intellectual depths and the abstract aspects that continue challenging future researchers. In this respect, graduates should be aware of the unusually high level of change occuring in technology, the relatively moderate level of growth in computer theory, and the delicate interaction between these two aspects. Thus, graduates should have a solid basis on which to build knowledge and development throughout their entire professional life.

Competences

Competences are the set of interrelated knowledge, attitudes, values, abilities and skills, which can be identified and evaluated, and which enable the student to undertake the professional activity according to requirements and standards used in the appropriate occupational area.

All grades of the University of Almeria explicitly cover three types of competences:

  1. Generic Competences included in Royal Decree 1393/2007 of 29 October, establishing regulations for Official University Studies.
  2. Generic Competences of the University of Almeria (approved in Governing Council 17 June 2008). These are transversal competences appearing in all degrees.
  3. Specific Competences of the degree. These competences are specified in the degree report, which are related to its own disciplines. Part of these competences may have been agreed at the level of Andalusia, or, in some degrees, they may have been decided at national level.

General Competences

General competences, for all grade degrees, are defined in the Royal Decree 1393/2007, of 29 October, and are intended to lead the student to acquire general training, in one or more disciplines, aimed at training for undertaking professional activities.

  1. Students should have proved to have acquired knowledge in an area of studies based on general secondary education, and normally at a level which, although relying on advanced text books, it also has aspects which imply knowledge from recent studies in their field.
  2. Students should know how to apply their knowledge to their work or vocation in a professional manner and have acquired the competences which are normally proved by preparing and defending arguments and solution to problems within their area of studies.
  3. Students should have the capacity of collecting and interpreting relevant data (normally within their area of studies) to express conclusions including thought about relevant social, scientific or ethical subjects.
  4. Preparing and defending arguments and solutin to problems within their area of studies.
  5. Students should have developed the necessary learning abilities to undertake further studies with a high level of autonomy.

The generic competences of the University of Almeria (approved in Governing Council 17 June 2008) are:

  1. Knowledge, abilities and attitudes which enable understaning new theories, interpretations, methods and techniques within the different fields of disciplines, leading to best satisfy professional demands.
  2. Using Information and Communication Techniques (ICTs) as a tool for expression and communication, for access to sources of information, as means for document and data files, for presenting results, for learning, research and cooperative work.
  3. Capacity to identify, analyse and define the significant elements which involve problems for rigorous solutions.
  4. Understanding and expressing with clarity and conveniency the ideas, knowledge, problems and solutions to a wider public, either specialised or not (and feelings through words, adapting to the features of the situation and the audience to reach understanding and adhesion).
  5. The mental behaviour is what questions things and takes interest for the grounds on which one's own and other people's ideas, actions and thoughts are based.
  6. Integrating and actively cooperating in reaching common goals with other people, areas and organizatins, in both national and international contexts.
  7. Understanding and being understood orally and in writing not using one's own language.
  8. Capacity to think and act according to universal principles based on people's value and aimed at their full development.
  9. Capacity to design, manage and undertake a task by oneself.
  10. Respecting the fundamental rights and those of equality of men and women, Human Rights, democracy and culture of peace values, environmental principles and those of cooperation for development, which promote ethical commitement in a fair, free, intercultural and global society.

Specific competences

Specific competences of the degree are included in the degree report.

In the following link you can see the specific competences of the degree.

Competencias Específicas Grado en Ingeniería Informatica (129 kb)

Updated by: Training, Syllabi and Teaching Organization Service

Date: 11 November 2014

Level Double-A conformance icon, W3C-WAI Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 valid CSS Valid XHTML Transitional 1.0

© Copyright UAL 2019

Logotipo de la Universidad de Almería
  • Mostrar
  • Logotipo de la Universidad de Almería
  • Ocultar
  • Logotipo de la Universidad de Almería Compártenos
  • Síguenos en
  • Siguenos en twitter Siguenos en youtube Siguenos en facebook