Technical Engineer in Systems Data Processing (1st cycle degree)
The studies leading to a technical degree in Systems Data Processing are intended to provide students with a deeper understanding of the components and functions of a computer system, in addition to enabling them to design, plan and implement computer systems in general.
The Systems Data Processing degree is clearly focused on preparing students for a career in the following technological fields:
- IIndustrial computing: specification, design, assembly, debugging and maintenance of computer control systems, and their integration within industrial local area networks; development of software for computerised control of industrial processes.
- Computer engineering: specification, design, assembly, debugging and maintenance of computer hardware and peripherals; development of industrial applications based on embedded hardware.
- Multimedia: digital graphic design and modelling, webpage design, design of animation and visual effects.
- Network and systems administration: network technologies, protocols and devices; installation, configuration, evaluation and administration of open systems; computer system security, and development of software that takes full advantage of the resources offered by the operating system and allows the exchange of information between applications over the web.
- Software engineering: learning about the most commonly used notations, techniques, tools and methods in this discipline and how to apply them; implementing software development projects in which activities include gathering requirements, analysis, design, implementation, testing, documentation and software maintenance.
- Web technologies and services: installation and administration of web servers; designing websites, as well as operating services and development of web applications.