Specific requirements for admission to the Master's
1.The main entry profile would be:
Students holding a degree title whith subjects related to analysis and design of telecommunication networks, analysis and design of operating systems, analysis and design of software, and provision of telematic services, basically:
- a.Degree in Telematics Engineering.
- b.Degree in Computer Science Engineering.
- c.Degree in Computer Engineering.
- d.Degree in Information Systems.
- e.Degree in Telecommunications Systems Engineering.
- f.Degree in Telecommunication Technologies Engineering.
- g.Degree in Electronic Communications Engineering.
- h.Equivalent degree titles from the previous system (Computer Science Engineers and Technical Computer Science Engineers from the different branches, Telecommunication Engineers and Technical Telecommunication Engineers from the different branches).
- i.Equivalent degrees from other universities under different names.
2.Secondary entry profile:
Students holding a degree title partially related, that is, degrees in which the subjects of the main profile are taught in a non-exhaustive manner. Degree titles whose main or secondary education codes are included in:
- a.Area codes related to "Engineering, Industry and Construction", except for those already included in the main profile.
- b.Area codes related to "Sciences", except for those already included in the main profile.
Prerequisites defined for admission to the study are: 1. Being capable of programming in a high level language 2. To know the fundamental concepts of computer technology and architecture, including assembly languages. 3. To know the basis of cryptography and network and system security. 4. To know the relational databases and their languages. 5. To know the basis of computer networks and TCP/IP protocols, in addition to having knowledge of the main applications, especially the basic operation of a Web application. 6. To know the basis of the structure of an operating system and particularly know the operating systems based on Linux and Windows.
Candidates' degrees will be assessed individually to determine the training complements required to ensure that the programme is used properly.
The student's previous studies academic record and curriculum vitae will be required for admission.
The assessment criterion of achievements will have as a fundamental element the academic record in the previous studies, including, if necessary, a personal interview.
Admission to the Master's is the task of the departments responsible for the Master's (Automation and Computer Science), which will assess the student's profile through the Master's Academic Committee, which will have the following composition: the director of the Master's and a professor representing each of the proposed subjects.