Check the competences developed in the Degree in Computer Engineering. Click on each category to browse the list:

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Code Specific competences
CE-01 Ability to devise, draft, organise, plan, develop, and sign projects in the field of computer engineering in order to devise, develop, and operate computer systems, services, and software applications.
CE-02 Project management in computer engineering.
CE-03 Ability to design, develop, assess, and ensure accessibility, ergonomics, usability, and security of systems, services, and software applications.
CE-04 Ability to define, assess, and select hardware and software platforms to develop and operate computer systems, services, and applications.
CE-05 Ability to devise, develop and maintain computer systems, services and applications through software engineering as a quality assurance method.
CE-06 Ability to devise and develop computer systems and architecture (distributed or centralised) combining hardware, software, and networks.
CE-07 Ability to understand and apply the appropriate rules and legislation on computer engineering.
CE-08 Knowledge of the basic areas and technologies that enable the development of new methods providing flexibility and adaptability.
CE-09 Problem-solving and decision-making skills, autonomy and creativity.
Ability to disseminate computer engineering knowledge, skills and abilities.
CE-10 Knowledge for measurements, calculations, assessment, valuations, expert reports, project planning, and other works related to the field of expertise.
CE-11 Ability to analyse and assess the social and environmental impact of technical solutions within the field of computer engineering, showing an ethical and professional attitude.
CE-12 Knowledge of the basic elements of economics, human resources and project management, and the existing legislation pertaining computer engineering projects.

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