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Protestant University Of Central Africa

BSc. Computer Engineering

The educational and professional objectives of the program of the CSEE Department (Computer Science, Electronic & Telecom Engineering - CSEE) of UPAC is to train young women and men capable of being useful (operational) from the end of the first year PREPA. They must be able to:

More generally, the educational objectives of the programs of the Department of Electronics and Computer Engineering of UPAC are to bring students to:
- Develop the ability to apply the necessary mathematical tools, basic sciences, and fundamental knowledge in the fields of electronic and computer engineering.
- Develop capacities for professional understanding of electronic and computer engineering in order to be immediately operational for the company.

- Understand the importance of the social, business, technical, and human context in which a process or product that is designed will operate.
- Students are offered an educational foundation that prepares them for various careers in electronics and computer engineering.

Expected results
The inherent results of this training program are:
- Fundamentals: understanding principles and basics of science and engineering and the ability to apply them.
- Diversity and versatility: Familiarity with multiple and important technical fields, including fundamental elements of Electronic and Computer Engineering.
- Intensity and detail: ability to apply detailed knowledge of one or more areas of electronic, computer specializations.
- Management and direction: appreciation of projects (of various dimensions) designed in the fields of electronics and IT with a view to meeting major development challenges.
- Design: Ability to participate in creative, synthetic, integrative design activities of electronics and computer science.
- Curiosity: desire and ability to observe, interpret, exploit life as a universal school.
- Communication Skills: Ability to express ideas persuasively in written and oral form.

- Social skills: ability to work with others in professional and social settings.
- Global view: appreciation of the diversities in the world and in intellectual fields.
- Professional ethics: ability to develop, recognize and appreciate the importance of ethical standards in professional work .