Admission criteriaAnyone who has an official Spanish university degree, or a degree issued by an EHEA higher education institution that empowers in the country that issued the degree to access official Master's degrees. Likewise, students with an approved foreign qualification (external to the EESS) may also take this master's degree, or without homologation provided that the level of training is equivalent to the undergraduate degrees and that it empowers in the issuing country to access official Master's degrees.Direct access qualificationsStudents with proof of having one of the following qualifications will have direct access to the University Master's Degree in Web Engineering from the University of Oviedo:Degree in Computer Engineering, or degrees with other names, linked to the exercise of the profession of technical engineer in computer science, and whose competencies are in accordance with the provisions of section 5 of Annex II of Resolution 12977/2009 of the General Secretariat of Universities (BOE 4-August-2009).
Engineer / Graduate in Computer Science, Technical Engineer in Management Information Technology, Technical Engineer in Computer Systems and Diploma in Computer Science
Titles equivalent to the previous ones issued by higher institutions of the EHEA
Titles equivalent to the previous ones, obtained in educational systems outside the EHEA without the need for homologation of their titles, after verification by the University that they accredit a level of training equivalent to the corresponding official Spanish university titles and that they empower in the issuing country of the title for access to postgraduate education (in accordance with Royal Decree 1393/2007)
Degrees from the EHEA or from educational systems outside the EHEA, which have recognized the Euro-Inf Quality Label granted by the European Quality Assurance Network for Informatics Education (EQANIE).Access qualifications with previous training complementsThe Academic Committee of the Master will be responsible for establishing the previous training complements that each applicant student from one of the following degrees must accredit.Other degrees in the Engineering and Architecture Branch.
Degrees of the Branch of Sciences.They must prove that they have acquired the skills of the basic training module and the common module of the branch. The Academic Committee will establish the specific training complements that the applicant must accredit according to each case, depending on the original qualification that guarantees the required competencies. These competencies may be acquired through compulsory subjects of the Degree in Computer Software Engineering at the University of Oviedo. The list of subjects to obtain these training complements is as follows: Person-Machine Communication, Technology and programming paradigms, Databases, Information Repositories, Design of programming languages and Software design.
In accordance with section 5 of Annex I of Resolution 12977/2009 of June 8, 2009 and without prejudice to the need for these students to take the prior training complements determined by the Academic Committee of the Master's degree, students must have at less, 300 ECTS credits of total duration of the Bachelor and Master training to obtain the Master's degree in Web Engineering.
The training complements will be determined by the Academic Committee of the Master depending on the student.ScaleUp to 4 points will be assigned per academic record and up to 3 points for computer experience and knowledge, assessed by the Academic Committee of the Master, and taking into account the following criteria:3 points maximum to university graduates in Computer Engineering, Technical Computer Engineering, graduates in Computer Engineering or graduates with other denominations, linked to the exercise of the profession of technical engineer in computer science, and whose competencies comply with Resolution 12977/2009.
2 points maximum to university graduates in Telecommunications Engineering, Technical Telecommunications Engineering, graduates in Telematics Engineering, or graduates with other denominations, linked to the professional practice of technical engineering in telecommunications, as established in Ministerial Order CIN / 352/2009 .
1 maximum point for other degrees with experience or training in Computer Science.Professional outingsThe Master in Web Engineering is a postgraduate course aimed at training engineers specialized in Web Technologies.
Graduates are endowed with a highly specialized profile in Web Engineering, with a solid training in Computer Engineering competencies, providing them with the managerial skills necessary for decision-making in the business and institutional environment in an environment that is increasingly more complex and dynamic as the Web is.
The Master in Web Engineering allows to continue with Doctorate studies in the field of Computer Engineering, for students interested in carrying out Doctoral Theses. The PhD profile in the field of Computer Engineering is, at present, one of the most projected at the business level due to the existing lack of this type of research professionals necessary for the management positions of the R + D + Departments i from research centers and the business sector.CurriculumThe Master consists of 120 ECTS credits. The curricular design includes a single Master's degree in Web Engineering, including a Professional orientation and a Research orientation. The design carried out raises the following modules:Basic subjects module (20.5 ECTS). Designed to develop skills and abilities that form the basis of a more specific work later.
Compulsory subjects module (56.5 ECTS). It constitutes the central nucleus for the acquisition of competences.
Professional orientation subjects module (21 ECTS). It is a block made up of subjects that will train the student in skills of a more professional nature, bringing them closer to the more specific skills of the profession.
Research orientation subjects module (21 ECTS). Designed to develop the student's research capacity, introducing him to technologies that are still being developed and including as learning objectives skills for the exercise of research, with a view to the subsequent preparation of a doctoral thesis on the subject at hand.
Final Master's Thesis (22 ECTS). Both in professional orientation and in research, the student must carry out a final Master's project.Throughout the entire Master, the subjects follow a sequential and exclusive order, that is, from the beginning of a subject until it ends, students only dedicate themselves to that subject.