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Accreditation of the Career

The Career Informatics Engineering is accredited by Comité Técnico de Acreditación de Ingeniería de ICACIT, http://www.icacit.org.pe and Engineering Accreditation Comission of ABET, http://www.abet.org

The career of Informatics Engineering is accredited by the Technical Committee on Engineering Accreditation of ICACIT, http://www.icacit.org.pe and by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org

The Informatics Engineer will have excellent technological and scientific foundations to automate information in any organization. This will enable him/her to analyze, develop and manage information systems for several applications.

Academic preparation provided by Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú puts an emphasis on the areas of information systems and software engineering, plus solid foundations to receive in computer science, computer technology and networks.

The academic program also provides with the opportunity to outline the career with knowledge about business administration.

Career Assessment and Certification

The Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board(CEAB) is an institution located in Canada in charge of the assessment and certification of undergraduate engineering programs.. CEAB has granted to the academic program of Electronic Engineering, since 2008, a substantial recognition equivalent to similar Canadian programs.

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