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Computer Engineering

Course syllabus

RRII + Derecho
Degree:
Course duration:
Credits:
Type of programme:
Number of places:
Language:
Compulsory internships
International programme:
Undergraduate Final Year Project:
Course venue:
Faculty:
Computer Engineering
4 years
60 ECTS x 4 years=240ECTS
Full-time
150
Spanish, Basque and English
4th year. 6 ECTS
Elective. 4th year 30ECTS
12 ECTS
Bilbao campus
Faculty of Engineering

 

Your training

From general knowledge to specialisation

  • 1st academic year: You will learn to master key mathematical tools and, more specifically, you will acquire a solid grounding in the technological field of engineering through an in-depth study of the fundamentals of programming, electronics and telematics.
  • 2nd and 3rd years: You will delve into software engineering, databases, operating systems or multimedia systems. You will also be trained in the areas of computer networks, artificial intelligence or information security.
  • 4th year: You will develop your Undergraduate Final Year Project, and will have the opportunity to study one academic semester abroad. You can also do an internship in a company and define your own specialisation pathway through elective subjects.

 

Study in several languages

You can combine subjects taught in Spanish, English and Basque.

Before completing the Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering you must provide proof of having a B2 level in English (equivalent to the First Certificate of the University of Cambridge).

Bilingual Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering (English/Spanish)

Students who earn at least 40% of their credits in English and provide proof of a C1 level of English may obtain certification from the University of Deusto verifying that they have completed this language option in the degree programme. Students are required to provide proof of a C1 level in English by presenting an official certificate or by sitting an internal exam at the University of Deusto to attain this certification.

 

Access to the Master’s degree

Once you have completed the Bachelor’s degree, you can access the Master’s degree in Computer Engineering, lasting one year and a half.

Course syllabus

RRII + Derecho
Degree:
Course duration:
Credits:
Type of programme:
Number of places:
Language:
Compulsory internships
International programme:
Undergraduate Final Year Project:
Course venue:
Faculty:
Computer Engineering
4 years
60 ECTS x 4 years=240ECTS
Full-time
150
Spanish, Basque and English
4th year. 6 ECTS
Elective. 4th year 30ECTS
12 ECTS
Bilbao campus
Faculty of Engineering

 

Your training

From general knowledge to specialisation

  • 1st academic year: You will learn to master key mathematical tools and, more specifically, you will acquire a solid grounding in the technological field of engineering through an in-depth study of the fundamentals of programming, electronics and telematics.
  • 2nd and 3rd years: You will delve into software engineering, databases, operating systems or multimedia systems. You will also be trained in the areas of computer networks, artificial intelligence or information security.
  • 4th year: You will develop your Undergraduate Final Year Project, and will have the opportunity to study one academic semester abroad. You can also do an internship in a company and define your own specialisation pathway through elective subjects.

 

Study in several languages

You can combine subjects taught in Spanish, English and Basque.

Before completing the Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering you must provide proof of having a B2 level in English (equivalent to the First Certificate of the University of Cambridge).

Bilingual Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering (English/Spanish)

Students who earn at least 40% of their credits in English and provide proof of a C1 level of English may obtain certification from the University of Deusto verifying that they have completed this language option in the degree programme. Students are required to provide proof of a C1 level in English by presenting an official certificate or by sitting an internal exam at the University of Deusto to attain this certification.

 

Access to the Master’s degree

Once you have completed the Bachelor’s degree, you can access the Master’s degree in Computer Engineering, lasting one year and a half.