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Degree in Computer Engineering

240 credits - Higher Polytechnic School
  If you cannot find all of the information on the course that you are taking, check the old degree in Computer Engineering study programme .
  This degree has been given the EURO-INF seal, the international engineering accreditation granted by the EQANIE.

Entry Profile

Those interested in computer sciences should have an affinity for the sciences and technology in general.

We recommend that students wishing to study in this programme have:

  1. The ability to analyse and reflect
  2. Observation abilities
  3. The ability to work methodically and in an organized way
  4. The ability to be critical and present arguments
  5. Creative abilities
  6. Logical reasoning skills
  7. Decision-making and problem solving abilities
  8. Initiative
  9. The ability to work in a group
  10. Interest in the field of computing and a positive outlook on related professions

Adaptation Course for UIB graduates

The UIB offers a special course for graduates of the university's 3-year engineering degree in business information technology and for the 3-year engineering degree in computer systems, which allows them to obtain a bachelor's degree in computer sciences.

This course is approved by The National Agency for Quality Assessment and Accreditation of Spain (ANECA).

Num. of places: 30

Student profile

This special course was specifically designed for graduates from the 3-year business information technology engineering degree programme and the 3-year computer systems engineering degree offered by the University of the Balearic Islands via the study plans defined by Official State Gazette (B.O.E.) numbers 27139 of 17 December 1997, and 26915 of 15 December 1997, respectively.

Students who have not completed either of these programmes can access this special course based on the requirements considered necessary by the Credit Recognition and Transfer Commission as well as the subjects that each student has taken.

If there the number of registered students exceeds the number of places available, enrolment requests will be ranked based on previous studies and entrance requirements.

Course structure

Entrance profile for business IT engineering

For students who have studied the 3-year business IT engineering degree, the following subjects must be taken in order to be awarded a bachelor's degree in computer sciences with a specialisation in computation:

 

 

SUBJECT CREDITS
Physics 6
Intelligent Systems 6
Applications Distributed over the Internet and User Interfaces 6
English for Engineering 6
Compilers I 6
Compilers II 6
Data Mining 6
Bachelor's Thesis 18
Credit total
60

 

Where:

  1. Credit will not be awarded for previous Bachelor's Theses.
  2. Credit may be awarded for the subject "Physics" if the student has taken "Physics" (2717-6 credits, optional) as an optional subject during his/her previous studies.
  3. Credit may be awarded for the subject "Applications Distributed over the Internet and User Interfaces" if the student has taken "Development of User Interfaces" (2715-6 credits, optional) as an optional subject during his/her previous studies.
  4. The subject "English for engineering" must be taken if the conditions established in the UIB regulation that can be found in part 5.2.4 of the computer sciences study plan are not met.
  5. No credit will be awarded for unofficial professional, work, or university teaching experience.
  6. The decision of whether or not to award credit for courses taken as part of study programmes other than those mentioned in this profile will be made by the Credit Recognition and Transfer Commission for the UIB's computer sciences degree.
Entrance profile for computer systems engineering

For students who have studied the 3-year computer systems engineering degree, the following subjects must be taken in order to be awarded a bachelor's degree in computer sciences with a specialisation in computer engineering:

SUBJECT CREDITS
Business 6
Artificial Intelligence 6
Applications Distributed over the Internet and User Interfaces 6
English for engineering 6
Advanced Architectures 6
Embedded Systems 6
Computer Systems Administration 6
Bachelor's Thesis 18
Credit total
60

 

Where:

  1. Credit will not be awarded for previous Bachelor's Theses.
  2. Credit may be awarded for the subject "Business" if the student has taken "Introduction to Business Economics" (4000-6 credits, optional) as an optional subject during his/her previous studies.
  3. Credit may be awarded for the subject "Embedded Systems" if the student has taken "Embedded Systems" (2747-12 credits, optional) as an optional subject during his/her previous studies.
  4. The subject "English for engineering" must be taken if the conditions established in the UIB regulation that can be found in part 5.2.4 of the computer sciences study plan are not met.
  5. No credit will be awarded for unofficial professional, work, or university teaching experience.
  6. The decision of whether or not to award credit for courses taken as part of study programmes other than those mentioned in this profile will be made by the Credit Recognition and Transfer Commission for the UIB's computer sciences degree.

 

Conditions for enrolling

Before being able to enrol, students must pay the fee required for recognising credits from their previous studies as well as the fee for credits to which they are registered. The cost of this enrolment corresponds to the public prices for official UIB teaching.

Entry information

Number of places. Academic year 2019-20: 150

Admission mark calculation
For programmes with limited places, the entrance mark for courses will be calculated in accordance with the following criteria:
(1) For entry with high-school diploma or equivalent (PAU: university entrance exam) , the entrance mark is calculated (out of 14 points) with the entrance mark and the two best weighted marks from passed subjects, in accordance with the weighting parameters.
(2) For entry with a higher vocational qualification , the entrance mark is calculated (out of 14 points) with the average from the training course and the two best weighted marks from subjects passed in the PAU entrance block, in accordance with the weighting parameters.
(3) For further information, please see the full details of the weighting parameters for university admission

Cut-off markNotas de corte

 

Validations

Credit Recognition and Transfer Committee for GIN2

Member 3
Bermúdez De la Chica, María del Carmen
Member 4
Gonzàlez Maya, Pablo

Accreditation grid for first and second cycle curricula and new curricula (degree)

Table of equivalences by curriculum Degree in Computer Engineering (2014 syllabus)

Computer Engineering (1997 syllabus)
Computer Engineering (1997 syllabus) Degree in Computer Engineering (2014 syllabus)
1470: Language Processors
  • 21742: Compilers I
  • 21743: Compilers II
2347: Database Mangement Systems
21751: Database Management Systems
2351: Multimedia Systems
21755: Multimedia Technology
743: Artificial Intelligence
21722: Artificial Intelligence
744: Simulation
21765: Computerised Systems Modelisation
745: Concurrent Programming
21720: Concurrent Programme
747: Computer Architecture I
21737: Extended Study of Computer Architecture
750: Computer Networks II
21758: Advanced Networks
754: Computer Architecture II
21764: Functioning Guarantee in Computer Systems

Technical Engineering in Business Computing
Technical Engineering in Business Computing Degree in Computer Engineering (2014 syllabus)
1670: Computer Graphics I
21714: Computer Graphics
1671: Information Structures
21717: Data Structures
2472: Programming Technology
21711: Algorithmics
2710: Extended Study of Computer Networks
21736: Computer Networks
2712: Computer Architecture
21735: Computer Architecture
2715: Development of User Interfaces
21766: Graphic User Interfaces
2716: Software Engineering I
21712: Software Engineering
2717: Physics
21709: Physics
2718: Introduction to Computers
21706: Computer Structure I
2719: Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
21722: Artificial Intelligence
2721: Programming languages.
21721: Programming Languages
2723: Discrete Mathematics
20300: Discrete Mathematics
2726: Advanced Programming Techniques
21747: Advanced Algorithms
2727: Project Management Techniques and Tools
21723: Project Management
2729: Computer Networks
21713: Data Communication and Networks
4000: Introduction to the Economics of Business
21760: Business
4501: Digital Circuits
21703: Digital Systems
4503: Algebra
21705: Methods of Linear Algebra
4504: Mathematical Analysis I
20301: Mathematics II - Calculus
4505: Introduction to Programming
  • 20302: Programming - Computer Studies I
  • 21707: Programming II
4507: Statistics
20305: Mathematics III - Statistics
4509: Databases
  • 21716: Databases I
  • 21726: Databases II
4512: Operating Systems
21708: Operational Systems
4513: Automats and Formal Languages
21710: Theory of Computation
4520: Extended Study of Operating Systems
21718: Operational Systems II
4546: Assessment and Exploitation of Computer Systems
21719: Evaluation of Behaviour of Information Systems

Technical Engineering in Computer Systems (1997 syllabus)
Technical Engineering in Computer Systems (1997 syllabus) Degree in Computer Engineering (2014 syllabus)
1670: Computer Graphics I
21714: Computer Graphics
1671: Information Structures
21717: Data Structures
2472: Programming Technology
21711: Algorithmics
2483: Computer Structure
21735: Computer Architecture
2710: Extended Study of Computer Networks
21736: Computer Networks
2717: Physics
21709: Physics
2718: Introduction to Computers
21706: Computer Structure I
2721: Programming languages.
21721: Programming Languages
2723: Discrete Mathematics
20300: Discrete Mathematics
2726: Advanced Programming Techniques
21747: Advanced Algorithms
2727: Project Management Techniques and Tools
21723: Project Management
2729: Computer Networks
21713: Data Communication and Networks
2740: Statistics
20305: Mathematics III - Statistics
2743: Digital Systems
21715: Computer Structure II
2747: Embedded Systems
  • 21739: Perception and Control for Embedded Systems
  • 22449: Embedded Systems
3022: Software Engineering
21712: Software Engineering
4000: Introduction to the Economics of Business
21760: Business
4501: Digital Circuits
21703: Digital Systems
4503: Algebra
21705: Methods of Linear Algebra
4504: Mathematical Analysis I
20301: Mathematics II - Calculus
4505: Introduction to Programming
  • 20302: Programming - Computer Studies I
  • 21707: Programming II
4509: Databases
  • 21716: Databases I
  • 21726: Databases II
4512: Operating Systems
21708: Operational Systems
4513: Automats and Formal Languages
21710: Theory of Computation
4520: Extended Study of Operating Systems
21718: Operational Systems II
4546: Assessment and Exploitation of Computer Systems
21719: Evaluation of Behaviour of Information Systems
4547: Systems Laboratory
21738: Systems Based on Microcomputer Laboratory

Automatic accreditation between higher technical programmes and university courses

Automatic accreditation of credits between courses on higher degree training cycles from the professional groups in the Balearic Islands and university degree courses in Degree in Computer Engineering
CFGS .
Subject Credits
21709 - Physics 6
21760 - Business 6
21773 - Placement in Companies 6
Electives 12
Total 30
CFGS .
Subject Credits
21760 - Business 6
21713 - Data Communication and Networks 6
21733 - Advanced Project Management 6
Electives 12
Total 30
CFGS Senior Technician in Electronic Maintenance
Subject Credits
21709 - Physics 6
21760 - Business 6
21703 - Digital Systems 6
21773 - Placement in Companies 6
Electives 6
Total 30
CFGS .
Subject Credits
21709 - Physics 6
21760 - Business 6
21773 - Placement in Companies 6
Electives 12
Total 30
CFGS Senior Technician in Network Computer Systems Management
Subject Credits
21760 - Business 6
21713 - Data Communication and Networks 6
21716 - Databases I 6
21755 - Multimedia Technology 6
21773 - Placement in Companies 6
Electives 6
Total 36
CFGS .
Subject Credits
20302 - Programming - Computer Studies I 6
21760 - Business 6
21716 - Databases I 6
21726 - Databases II 6
21755 - Multimedia Technology 6
21773 - Placement in Companies 6
21724 - Internet Distributed Application and User Interfaces 6
Electives 6
Total 48
CFGS Senior Technician in Development of Web Applications
Subject Credits
20302 - Programming - Computer Studies I 6
21760 - Business 6
21716 - Databases I 6
21726 - Databases II 6
21755 - Multimedia Technology 6
21773 - Placement in Companies 6
21724 - Internet Distributed Application and User Interfaces 6
Electives 6
Total 48

Accreditation of English Skills

In order to be awarded the degree, students must show that they have reached a level of English by the end of their course that equates to a B2 level in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), in accordance with how this requirement is stipulated in the curriculum. The different ways to attain this are:

  1. passing the specific English language course in the curriculum.
  2. turning in a certificate or accreditation, recognised by the UIB, which shows the student has obtained a minimum level of English equivalent to B2 in the CEFR.
  3. passing a set number of subjects taught in English in the degree programme.
  4. passing a set number of subjects taught in English on a mobility programme.

More information.

Academic Accreditation Committee