Software Engineering: Medellín On Campus

The Maria Cano’s Software Engineering’s main objective is to educate citizens who will become able to answer to the necessities of our national productive and service system, socially-focused and with the ability to analyze, design, model, develop and implement software products and services which strenghthen both public and private product and service areas, based on standards, regulations, procedures, methodologies and tools which guarantee high-end world-class products. Engineers with the necessary skills to provide comprehensive solutions to the problems that may arise concerning their roles, based on values and ethics and supported on technologic tools, which guarantee their results.

SNIES 104471

RC No 6562 of May 12, 2015
Valid for 7 years

Study Plan
Length: 9 semesters
Total program credits: 155
Admission cycles: semester
Class method: On Campus
Tuition fee 2021: $2.331.000 per semester

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Professional profile

Some of our Software Engineering professionals work-related knowledge and main skills are:

  • Applying Software Engineering models, methods and techniques into problem solution.
  • They can develop information systems compliant with the expectations and necessities of those who might benefit or affected by such products and services, by means of using state-of-the-art tools.
  • Evaluating software products taking into account quality criteria and based on the current software engineering requirements.
  • Managing, auditing and evaluating information systems and technologic platforms based on information and communication technologies.
  • Using current market software tools and apply them on specific projects related to the different stages of any software life cycle.
  • In the company’s Programming department, they can define the profile for the required human resources and contribute with their selection and training.

Work profile

Thanks to their knowledge and skills, our Engineering software professionals can work in different positions:

  • Leader in projects related to engineering analysis, design and maintenance.
  • Consultant in different areas of support and development for software creating and programming companies.
  • Expert, auditor and consultant for software development projects.
  • Informatics and system manager.
  • Software development project coordinator.
  • Creator and proprietor of software development companies.

CURRICULUM

Study Plan

Semestres

Credits

  • Communication techniques 2
  • English I 2
  • María Cano lecture 2
  • Differencial calculus 3
  • Geometry 3
  • Introduction to Engineering 2
  • Algorithmics 2

Credits 17

Credits

  • Administration 2
  • English II 2
  • Epistemology 2
  • Integral calculus 3
  • Linear algebra 3
  • General Theory of systems 2
  • Programming I 3

Credits 17

Credits

  • English III 2
  • Methodology of investigation 2
  • Vector calculus 3
  • Physics I and laboratory 3
  • Discrete mathematics 2
  • Data structure 3
  • Programming II 3

Credits 18

Credits

  • English IV 2
  • Project formulation 2
  • Differential equations 3
  • Physics II and laboratory 3
  • Statistics and probability 3
  • Data bases I 3
  • Graph theory 2

Credits 18

Credits

  • English V 2
  • Project evaluation 3
  • Special mathematics 3
  • Operation investigation 3
  • System design and analysis 3
  • Data bases II 3

Credits 17

Creditos

  • Ethics 2
  • Engineering software management 3
  • Numerical analysis 2
  • Electronics 3
  • Computing architecture 3
  • Software engineering I 3
  • Compilators 2

Credits 18

Credits

  • Software project management 3
  • Modeling 2
  • Algorithm analysis 3
  • Operational systems 3
  • Software engineering II 3
  • Telematics 3

Credits 17

Credits

  • Environmental management 2
  • Simulation 3
  • Artificial intelligence 3
  • Elective course 3
  • Software quality 3
  • Expert systems 3

Credits 17

Credits

  • Professional practice 16

Credits 16