Students taking the master’s degree will acquire various competences, among others, in the following areas:

  • The direction and management of the CIS/TIC.

  • The drive for digital transformation.

  • Technical standardization.

  • The planning and design of telecommunications and network services.

  • The operation of networks and network services, including IT platform services (distributed systems, storage, virtualization, etc.), basic services and specific function services.

  • The procurement and maintenance of information systems and applications in the different operational/functional fields.

  • Information security inspection activities and the control and enforcement of information security regulations.

  • CIS/ICT resource planning and technological coordination between different agents with responsibility in the life cycle of a service.

The complete list of basic, general, transversal and specific competences of the degree can be consulted in the official degree report.