Subjects are divided into semesters. There are two semesters in each academic year.
|Start date||The Bachelor Degree in Informatics Engineering was introduced during September 2010.|
|Duration||4 academic years |
|Study load||240 ECTS credits |
|Specializations||The FIB is among the few schools in Spain that allows students to take the five specializations on the Degree in Informatics Engineering. |
Specializations are chosen at the end of the second year.
|Final Project ||In the final year of the course, students take optional subjects and work on their final project. They can choose to spend part or the whole of the year abroad thanks to the mobility agreements the FIB has with prestigious universities in Europe, the United States and Asia. The final project can be completed at a company at home or abroad, and can be combined with work placement. |
The FIB has a number of educational cooperation agreements with leading companies in the sector that enable students to spend a whole semester in a company.
|Employment opportunities || Some of the most common employment opportunities for graduates in Informatics Engineering are listed below: |
Information systems managers
Production and operations managers
Heads of IT
Middle and technical management
Heads of department
Heads of quality, methods and procedures
Heads of network systems
Heads of information systems security
Heads of microcomputing
The main tasks involved in these career options are described in more detail at Employment Opportunities.
The curriculum for the bachelor degree in Computing Engineering was approved by the School Board on 21 October 2009 .