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BMA + Computer Engineering

Study Plan

Skills

The joint degree in BMA + Computer Engineering is structured around 5 or 5.5 years (depending on whether students take advantage of the International programme). During these years, students develop a series of generic and specific skills that mesh together the different subjects of the curriculum.

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General skills
Generic skills contribute to the development of the abilities, attitudes and values demanded of a professional in today’s business world. The general skills are transversal and are applicable to many professional roles and functions.
- Creativity and innovation
- Collaboration and leadership skills
- Commitment and responsibility
- Fluency in oral and written communication
- Effectiveness and efficiency in decision-making, analysis and trouble-shooting
- An ethical awareness
- Time management
- Flexibility and ability to adapt to changing environments
- Ability to plan
- Efficiency in project management
- Ability to understand and accept social and cultural diversity as being personally and collectively enriching
- Fluency in English
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Specific skills
Professional requirements

Through the development of specific skills, graduates of BMA + Computer Engineering learn to apply their knowledge to diverse and complex business contexts.
 BMA  Computer Engineering
- Direct a company with strategic vision
- Manage financial resources
- Orientate the company towards markets and consumers
- Lead and manage personnel
- Operate in a global economy
- Dominate information and communication technologies
- Interpret and analyse data for decision-making
- Navigate in the legal and business environment
- Apply a systemic approach to the resolution of computer engineering problems based on mathematical, scientific and technological principles, and employ their tools;
- Solve problems and design systems, components, applications and processes in a creative and innovative fashion;
- Design, develop, document and evaluate specific and integrated ICT solutions in any ambit where they are needed;
- Manage ICT projects;
- Gather, process and manage information technology.

Study Plan

Skills

The joint degree in BMA + Computer Engineering is structured around 5 or 5.5 years (depending on whether students take advantage of the International programme). During these years, students develop a series of generic and specific skills that mesh together the different subjects of the curriculum.

tabla
General skills
Generic skills contribute to the development of the abilities, attitudes and values demanded of a professional in today’s business world. The general skills are transversal and are applicable to many professional roles and functions.
- Creativity and innovation
- Collaboration and leadership skills
- Commitment and responsibility
- Fluency in oral and written communication
- Effectiveness and efficiency in decision-making, analysis and trouble-shooting
- An ethical awareness
- Time management
- Flexibility and ability to adapt to changing environments
- Ability to plan
- Efficiency in project management
- Ability to understand and accept social and cultural diversity as being personally and collectively enriching
- Fluency in English
tabla
Specific skills
Professional requirements

Through the development of specific skills, graduates of BMA + Computer Engineering learn to apply their knowledge to diverse and complex business contexts.
 BMA  Computer Engineering
- Direct a company with strategic vision
- Manage financial resources
- Orientate the company towards markets and consumers
- Lead and manage personnel
- Operate in a global economy
- Dominate information and communication technologies
- Interpret and analyse data for decision-making
- Navigate in the legal and business environment
- Apply a systemic approach to the resolution of computer engineering problems based on mathematical, scientific and technological principles, and employ their tools;
- Solve problems and design systems, components, applications and processes in a creative and innovative fashion;
- Design, develop, document and evaluate specific and integrated ICT solutions in any ambit where they are needed;
- Manage ICT projects;
- Gather, process and manage information technology.