Specialization in Software Engineering
To qualify professionals in the field of computer science who respond innovatively, critically and competently to the needs of strengthening software development processes in the region and the country, through the assimilation and appropriation of knowledge, methodologies and technological developments related to software engineering and computational architectures.
- To contribute to the improvement of development processes’ maturity and maintenance of software in the region and the country, to face new challenges in the development of projects in a globalized world.
- To provide knowledge for the improvement of the management, planning and administration of software development processes.
- Systems engineers or computing engineers who want to be updated on methods, processes and techniques for high quality software development and on emerging trends in Software Engineering.
- Professionals in other areas, with experience in software development and programming, who want to apply Software Engineering knowledge to software projects.
The specialist in Software Engineering from the UAM will be able to participate in software development projects in different roles such as:
- Requirement engineer and systems analyst
- Testing leader
- Development leader
- Process leader
- In addition, the professional will be able to apply different techniques and methods of Software Engineering for the development of high-quality information systems.
The UAM graduates from the Specialization in Software Engineering course are characterized by:
- An ethical and political commitment and by their profile as a responsible professional.
- Autonomy, creativity and the capacity of acting with a sense of social responsibility, with regards both to themselves and to the environment.
- A solid scientific foundation of the theory and professional practice of software development projects.
- A scientific attitude and way of thinking that defines the individual as a competent and competitive specialist, able to respond creatively to the problems of software engineering in order to produce, transform, renew and apply knowledge.
|Software Engineering||Software Quality and Software Metrics||3|
|Software Development Process||2|
|Object-Orientated Analysis and Design||2|
|Software Design and Patterns||2|
|Software Project Management||2|
|Computer Architectures||Software Models and Architectures||2|
|Multiagent Systems Architectures||2|
|IT Management Practices||2|
|Web Applications Architecture||2|
|Elective Institutional Course I||2|
PhD. Luis Fernando Castillo Ossa PhD. in Computer Science and Automatics, University of Salamanca, Spain. Master of System Development for e-Business. Systems Engineer from the Autonoma University of Manizales.
PhD. Mauricio Alba Castro PhD. in declarative programming and engineering programming from the Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain. Master of Software Engineering, Formal Methods and Information Systems. Systems Engineer from the University of the Andes.
Oscar Hernán Franco Bedoya Master of Computer Science from the Monterrey Technological Institute. Expert in Senior Management. Systems engineer from the Autonoma University of Manizales.
Jamir Antonio Ávila Mojica Master of Systems Engineering from Los Andes University. Systems Engineer from National University of Colombia.
Juan Carlos Jiménez Sánz Certified by PMP®. Specialist in Informatics and Computing at Cantabria University. Specialist in Management Development and graduate of Systems Engineering from the Autonoma University of Manizales.
Carlos Hugo Gómez González Specialist in Business and International Marketing from the Autonoma University of Manizales. Business Administrator from the National University of Colombia.
Note: The Autonoma University of Manizales reserves the right to replace one or more of the professors mentioned.
Dr. Gabriel Cadena Gómez PhD in Phytopathology. Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN., U.S.A.- Master of Phytopathology. Graduate Studies Program in Agricultural Sciences -ICA - U.N. (PEG). Bogotá. Agronomist Engineer of The Pedagogical and Technological University of Colombia (UPTC). Faculty of Agronomy. Tunja.
Sandra Victoria Hurtado Gil Master of Systems and Computer Engineering with a major on Software Construction, from Los Andes University. Systems Engineer with a major on Administration and Informatics from the ICESI University.
- Photocopy of ID card enlarged by 150 %, blood type classification (if not in the ID card).
- Photocopy of degree certificate or professional qualification.
- Current health insurance card or a valid certificate of adhesion to a social security system.
- Photocopy of military service ID card enlarged by150% (where appropriate).
- 2 ID-size photographs (on a blue background).
- Receipt of payment.
- The necessary degree or diploma according to the demands of each program.
- Curriculum vitae.
- Knowledge assessment where deemed appropriate by the Autonoma University of Manizales.
- For doctoral programs, proficiency in English reading comprehension.
- Specific requirements outlined by each program as approved by the Academic Council.
ADDITIONAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR THE ADMISSION OF NATIONAL AND FOREIGN STUDENTS WITH AN UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE OBTAINED ABROAD
- Copy of passport for students without a Colombian ID card.
- Spanish translation by an official translator of documents submitted in another language.
- Certificates and diplomas must have the Apostille stamp issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the country of origin or by the body in charge of this process, according to the Hague Convention. In the case of countries that do not belong to the Hague Convention, certificates and diplomas must be authenticated or bear the seal of the consul of Colombia in the country of origin, and be countersigned by the Colombian Foreign Ministry.
- Student visa or a valid document for the corresponding academic period or a valid immigration card/resident card/ green card issued by the Colombian Administrative Department of Security (DAS) or the entity in charge of this process.
- Certificate of Compulsory Health Insurance in Colombia or health insurance certificate from the country of origin.
Note: graduate requirements approved by the Board of Governors according to the Graduate study programs regulations (agreed on 5 September 07, 2010).
Modality: On campus
Credits: 25 credits
Schedule: Friday from 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. - Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Inscription Cost: $218.300 COP
Whole Registration Cost: $11.697.000 COP
UAM Graduates Registration Cost: $11.346.100 COP
Graduates Association Registration Cost: $10.995.200 COP