The Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science is a state university qualification created by the Government of Andorra Decree of 10 February 2010, to provide students with professional skills for analysis of requirements, integration and design of applications, programming, testing and assistance, and also in system administration, database management and computer networks.
The teaching programme of the eUniv Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science was approved by the Government of Andorra Decree of 30 September 2020 and introduced in the academic year 2020-21.
Recommended entry profile
People interested in accessing the Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science should be interested in the latest technology, with critical skills in abstraction, reflection, analysis and summarising and searching for information. They should also have an interest in the international context, which entails an adequate level of standard English in computing. It is especially suitable for those who want to start their working life in an educational world in revolution with specific training in the form of a bachelor’s degree of which only two references have been found in the world. It is recommended for those who have a vocation for innovation and entrepreneurship that (also) enables them to consider a future as liberal professionals in the business world.
It is recommended that people interested in accessing the bachelor's degree have a good command of Catalan, Spanish or English at B2 level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, good oral and written skills, as well as a good ability to summarise, understand, interpret, reason and relate linguistic, literary and cultural phenomena
To train professionals with a solid preparation in the field of computing in various fields. The Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, with its contents, must provide a theoretical and practical, multidisciplinary and general training that is in line with the specificity of the labour market and provides graduates with a versatile profile and adaptable to an increasingly diverse range of employment, which itself justifies the qualification and makes it better understood and valued by potential employers.
CT01. Communicative, oral and written skills, at least in their own language and in English. This skill includes both the ability to analyse and synthesise speech.
CT02. Interpersonal skills: includes skills that consist of providing information adapted to the needs of the interlocutor, establish fluent communication and be able to work in interdisciplinary and networked teams.
CT03. Use strategies to anticipate and resolve problems, conflicts and changes within the professional field.
CT04. Information management skill, which means knowing how to acquire skill sin search, discrimination, management and use of information independently in a professional environment.
CT05. Knowing how to apply both analysis and synthesis to organise and plan one's own work.
CT06. Be able to use and apply information technologies in the academic and professional fields with ethical criteria.
CT07. Be aware of the economic and legal repercussions of professional activities
CT08. Know how to learn independently, keep up to date and be able to expand knowledgepermanently.
CT09. Interpret and apply knowledge in accordance with ethical values.
CT010. Capacity for analysis and synthesis
CT011. Problem solving ability
CT012. Ability to organise and plan teamwork.
CT013. Ability to apply knowledge to practice.
CT014. Ability to combine individual and team work.
CT015. Ability to generate new ideas (creativity).
CT016. Ability to work with quality standards
CE01. Develop and coordinate computer applications: analysis, specifications, development, integration and implementation.
CE02. Develop test sets and evaluate the quality of the solution.
CE03. Provide user support and service.
CE04. Manage communications networks and systems.
CE05. Manage databases and systems.
CE06. Carry out audits and technical consultancies.
CE07. Define, develop and maintain software systems and applications using various software engineering methods and programming languages appropriate to the type of application to be developed while maintaining the required quality levels.
CE08. Design, develop, ensure and evaluate the accessibility, ergonomics and usability of the applications.
CE09. Design and manage the security of computer applications and systems.
CE010. Understand and contextualise mathematics to apply it to data analysis, computer security, learning support, or any other field.
CE011. Develop computational learning techniques and design and implement applications and systems that use them, including those dedicated to automatic information and knowledge extraction from large volumes of data.
CE012. Design and manage intelligent systems and apply them in any field, and in particular in the educational environment.
CE013. Understand the fundamentals, paradigms and techniques of human learning in order to analyse, design and develop computer systems, services and applications that serve as support for the development of educational activities.
CE014. Design and manage LMS's.
CE015. Grasp the social and ecological impact of IT developments and technology in general and integrate it into designs.
CE016. Integrate sustainability criteria into IT work (specifically the sustainable development objectives).
Estructura del Plan de Estudios
First year subjects
Data Analysis I: Mathematics
Second year subjects
Programming II and Software Engineering
Web and Mobile Development
Software Applied to Education Centres
Data Analysis II
Third year subjects
Human and AI Learning Methodologies
Philosophy of Technology
Project Management and Business Management
Bachelor’s Degree Final Project
Official Andorran bachelor’s, professional bachelor’s or advanced professional diploma degrees.
Andorran state university diploma, graduate, bachelor’s, specialised bachelor’s, master’s or doctoral qualifications.
Certification from the University of Andorra of having passed the university entrance for people over 25.
Equivalent qualifications issued by non-Andorran educational institutions, which must be previously verified by the Andorran Ministry of Education, and must allow access to education in the country of origin.
Academic qualifications provided with the entry qualification: 1 point for a Third, 2 points for a Second, 3 points for a First and 4 points for Honours.
Official qualifications other than the one provided for entry: 1 point for each one.
Professional experience: 1 point for each certified year, as long as it is in the field of the course.
Languages: 1 point for each language with a certified B2 level of the Common European Framework