Computer Systems Engineering
(RVOE) as set forth by Ministerial Agreement No. 15018, published in the Official Journal of the Federation on November 29, 1976.
In Computer Systems Engineering you learn to design innovative technology-based solutions. You develop skills for implementing, operating and administering information system projects and technological platforms. You acquire knowledge in two fundamental areas: Computer Science and Software Engineering, which in turn include database design and development, human-machine interface, software components, network architecture, and hardware interfaces.
If you're interested in science, technology and computers, this program is for you.
After graduating from Computer Systems Engineering you can detect needs and offer innovative solutions for software development and systems integration that meet international standards and contribute value; you can do this from your own business or in local, national and international organizations. You can apply your creativity and contribute to national and international industries developing automotive and aeronautic components, video games, apps for mobile devices, and robots. You can join or direct technological and scientific research projects, or form new professionals by teaching.
Projects of Professional Application
The Projects of Professional Application are projects of entail with the society, proposed by the ITESO and chords to the study plan of your academic program, across which you collaborate with other students and can apply your knowledge or competitions partner - professional in a actual scene with external addressees to the university, already be communities or institutions, to raise solutions that improve the quality of life of others and reaffirm the social commitment of your profession.