El equipo formado por los investigadores Sánchez, L.E., Rosado, D.G., Blanco, C., Fernández Medina, E., Piattini, M. y con la colaboración de la división de ciberseguridad MARISMA del grupo Sicaman, ha participado con un artículo denominado Professional Orientation in Software Engineering dentro del International Technology, Education and Development Conference (INTED’10). Valencia, Spain, March, 2010, Pp. 3897 – 3908. ISBN: 978-84-613-5538-9, IDSNumber: BEZ08, WOS: 000318805503101.
Este documento forma parte de los avances e investigaciones en el campo de la Ciberseguridad desarrolladas por el Grupo GSyA y la división de seguridad MARISMA del Grupo Sicaman.
The current situation, in which new study plans are being defined and Europe is heavily involved in an agreement on higher education, is fundamental to the future of certain degree courses such as that of computer engineering. The capacity to adapt these new study plans to the market’s real necessities is, therefore, extremely important. In the case of computer engineering, both businesses and professionals are demanding increasingly more specialized profiles, principally in specialties such as software engineering, in which there are various specializations that are adapted to one or more international professional certificates. It is therefore extremely important that these new studies focus to a greater extent upon professional necessities, without losing sight of the scientific rigor demanded in engineering. If this objective is to be attained, it is fundamental that these new study plans have an orientation that will facilitate the obtaining of professional certificates. This paper provides an analysis of professional orientation when applied to the software engineering profile in the computer engineering degree at the University of Castilla-La Mancha, and can also be applied to many other degrees in computing within the Europe.
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