Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María

Software Execution Engineering


Engineering professional trained to work in the areas of Technology and Management, more specifically in software development.

His/her work is focused on leading and integrating work teams in the area of software development; using engineering principles aimed at obtaining quality software; creatively applying these principles in the analysis of organizational processes and in the definition, creation and maintenance of software solutions; applying the methods, tools and procedures associated with the specialty, and assimilating the changes and new knowledge generated for the area.

His/her professional performance is defined in IT departments, in companies of any category, type or size; development and consulting companies and in the free exercise of the profession.

Aimed at

University Technicians or Higher-Level Technicians with specialization in Computer Science, Computer Programming, Computing, Computer Science or equivalent.

Other professionals (according to background review by the Academic Committee).


Weekly – Evenings: Classes three times a week in the evening from Monday to Friday 19:00 to 22:15 hrs. Occasionally on Saturdays from 8:00 to 14:00 hrs. (for pending classes and/or tests according to the teacher’s needs).

  • Professional Degree: Software Execution Engineer
  • Duration: 3 years
  • Study regime: Evenings
  • Location: San Joaquin Campus
  • Requirements: Having a Higher Technical Degree or a related career


1st Semester
  • Business Administration
  • Software Engineering Fundamentals
  • Mathematics
2nd Semester
  • Physics
  • Analysis Methodologies
  • Human Resources Administration
3rd Semester
  • Database
  • Applied Statistics
  • Design and Implementation Methodologies
4th Semester
  • Development Tools
  • Design Analysis Workshop
  • Project Evaluation
5th Semester
  • Quality Management and Control
  • Development Tools Workshop
  • Software Project Management
6th Semester
  • Project and Degree Process
  • Software Development Seminar
  • Engineering Methods for Software Development
For more information, please send an email to admision@usm.cl, with your name, ID number, telephone number, career, campus or location of interest and inquiries.
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