The Master programme in Computer Engineering provides its students with a solid and in-depth education, in line with the needs of innovation in the field of computer engineering. The course further advances the students’ knowledge portfolio in both the fundamental sciences and the engineering disciplines. This allows graduates to interact with engineering professionals from all backgrounds, as well as to complete their mastering of computer engineering.
The course includes a common set of learning activities, which go in-depth into methodological and engineering disciplines and completes the expertise in computer engineering. Students can then choose among three tracks, namely: Computer Systems and Networks, Cyber-physical systems, and Cybersecurity. The first one advances further on large-scale computing and networking infrastructures, the second one provides students with expertise on embedded systems and the internet of things and, finally, the last one focuses on the design of secure systems and applications.
Key Learning Outcomes:
Graduates of the Master programme in Computer Engineering will be able to demonstrate advanced knowledge in the following disciplines:
- computer systems and architectures for data processing and storage on a large scale;
- HW/SW platforms for web-based services;
- intelligent systems;
- network architectures and protocols;
- multimedia information management;
- mobile applications;
- embedded systems and sensor networks;
- Internet of Things;
- secure systems and applications;
Occupational Profile/s of Graduates:
- Project Engineer of advanced networking/multimedia/e-commerce services
- Cyber Security Specialist
- Cloud Computing Architect/Strategist
- Development manager for Industry 4.0
- Mobile & IoT Solutions Engineer
- Chief Information Officer
- IT consultant
- Researcher in public/private labs
Access to further study:
The Master programme in COMPUTER ENGINEERING allows the graduate to compete for entry into a Third Cycle programme/doctoral school.