The second-cycle graduate in engineering can work in the field of industrial production as well as in the field of services to the citizen and to businesses. The training path envisages a first year characterised by the inclusion of compulsory modules in the field of computer architecture, system programming, database technologies, software engineering, automatics and technologies and web-based services. Compulsory training is completed by a module dealing with information systems’ security delivered during the second year. The student characterises and achieves his own training thanks to a series of modules that allow him to achieve a specialisation in some fields such as: software applications, industrial automation, computer graphics and animation, computer networks and embedded systems. The second-cycle degree training ends with the preparation and discussion of written thesis.
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