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Master in Informatics Engineering - Information and Knowledge Systems

The Master in Informatics Engineering aims to deepen the knowledge and skills in Informatics Engineering from a scientific and technological base conferred by a degree (BSc.) in Informatics ...

The Master in Informatics Engineering aims to deepen the knowledge and skills in Informatics Engineering from a scientific and technological base conferred by a degree (BSc.) in Informatics Engineering, Computer Science or similar. The program aims to train qualified professionals to practice Informatics Engineering with high quality of scientific, technical, ethical and human skills in the broad spectrum of job profiles identified for Informatics Engineering. The program still provides the students with an education that, by its cohesion and solidity, enable those who wish to pursue careers as PhD researchers. In order to align this MSc with the market demand, the program offers a flexible and heterogeneous curriculum organized in five specialization tracks.

 

Program Educational Objectives

The Master in Informatics Engineering graduates will:

Demonstrate high-level professional skills. Graduates are highly qualified Informatics Engineers, integrating into the global labor market quickly and predictably, applying appropriate approaches to the challenges of the twenty-first century, in which knowledge and information technologies are ubiquitous.

Reveal recognized human, societal and environmental attitudes. Graduates demonstrate social skills and ethics, professional and environmental practice through the promotion of rigorous working methods, teamwork culture and constructive social and environmental attitudes. 

Demonstrate the ability to learn throughout life. Graduates demonstrate ongoing evaluation of culture and learning/improvement lifelong accepting naturally the amendments.

Pursue professional achievement. Fulfilling the mission of the ISEP, graduates are involved in interaction with universities, companies and research facilities and national and international development, thus stimulating entrepreneurship, leadership, innovation, research and development in national or international context.

Student Outcomes

 

1. An ability to identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems by applying principles of engineering, science, and mathematics, by applying appropriate, state of the art informatics engineering concepts, practices and tools.

2. An ability to apply engineering design to produce solutions that meet specified needs with consideration of public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors, namely:

-- Analyzing and synthesizing the problem and requirements,

-- Design a solution (e.g. maintenance, re-engineering) to the problem, by adopting appropriate state of the art informatics engineering concepts, practices and tools.

3. An ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences, particularly using syntactic and semantically rigorous informatics engineering languages, artifacts and practices.

4. An ability to recognize ethical and professional responsibilities in engineering situations and make informed judgments, which must consider the impact of engineering solutions in global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts.

5. An ability to function effectively on a team whose members together provide leadership, create a collaborative and inclusive environment, establish goals, plan tasks, and meet objectives.

6. An ability to develop and conduct appropriate experimentation, analyze and interpret data, and use engineering judgment to draw conclusions.

7. An ability to acquire and apply new knowledge as needed, using appropriate learning strategies, namely pondering, synthesizing and evaluating existing up to date knowledge and tools related to the problem and solution.

 

 

Enrollment data

Academic Year

Indicators

Total

C1

C2

C1+C2

2012-2013

Vacancies

75

-

-

Admissions

75

-

-

Enrollments

64

136

200

Degree awarded

-

-

25

2013-2014

Vacancies

90

-

-

Admissions

73

81

154

Enrollments

62

81

143

Degree awarded

-

-

45

2014-2015

Vacancies

90

-

-

Admissions

65

-

-

Enrollments

49

57

106

Degree awarded

-

-

53

2015-2016

Vacancies

80

-

-

Admissions

80

-

-

Enrollments

59

71

130

Degree awarded

-

-

65

2016-2017

Vacancies

80

-

-

Admissions

84

-

-

Enrollments

70

111

181

Degree awarded

-

-

42

2017-2018

Vacancies

80

-

-

Admissions

81

-

-

Enrollments

68

154

222

Degree awarded

-

-

52

2018-2019

Vacancies

80

-

-

Admissions

83

-

-

Enrollments

-

-

183

Degree awarded

-

-

79

2019-2020

Vacancies

80

-

-

Admissions

85

-

-

Enrollments

-

-

162

Degree awarded

-

-

78

2020-2021

Vacancies

80

-

-

Admissions

80

-

-

Enrollments

-

-

176

Degree awarded

-

-

79

2021-2022

Vacancies

80

-

-

Admissions

80

-

-

Enrollments

-

-

 

Degree awarded

-

-

 

2022-2023

Vacancies

80

-

-

Admissions

80

-

-

Enrollments

80

-

-

Degree awarded

-

-

-

 

Full-time
520 Engineering and engineering trades *
Number: 9286
Date:
01/01/2001
1º Year
Curricular unit Period ECTS
Data Warehouses 1st Semester 7.5
Requirements Engineering 1st Semester 7.5
Data Mining 1st Semester 7.5
Systems and Information Security 1st Semester 7.5
Intelligent Modeling and Simulation 2st Semester 7.5
Knowledge Based Systems 2st Semester 7.5
Enterprise Information Systems 2st Semester 7.5
Recommendation Systems 2st Semester 7.5
2º Year
Curricular unit Period ECTS
Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Leadership 1st Semester 5.0
Decision Support Systems Laboratory 1st Semester 7.5
Dissertation Preparation 1st Semester 10.0
Database Administration (optional) 1st Semester 7.5
Machine Learning (optional) 1st Semester 7.5
Software Architecture (optional) 1st Semester 7.5
Graphical Systems (optional) 1st Semester 7.5
Design and Multimedia Authoring (optional) 1st Semester 7.5
System Management and Configuration (optional) 1st Semester 7.5
Data Warehouses (optional) 1st Semester 7.5
Software Development Organization (optional) 1st Semester 7.5
Software Quality (optional) 1st Semester 7.5
Computational Networks (optional) 1st Semester 7.5
Multimedia Technologies (optional) 1st Semester 7.5
Learning Support Technologies (optional) 1st Semester 7.5
Dissertation 2st Semester 30.0

Fill in the online application form in  www.isep.pt/mestrados . Upload a digital version of following documents: • ID Card • Academic Degree Diploma • Academic Curricula (include degrees, grades, dates and institutions, adding the study plans) • Professional Curricula (include developed tasks and institutions/companies) The application is considered finished once the payment of a fee is performed by the applicant. Foreign applicants must contact  info-sa@isep.ipp.pt  to obtain the fee payment data. Application Requirements • Graduates or legally equivalent degree or • Holders of foreign higher education degree granted after a study cycle organized according to the Bologna Process principles by one of the member states or • Holders of foreign higher education degree recognized as fulfilling the objectives of a 1st cycle degree by ISEP’s Technical-Scientific Council or • Holders of academic, scientific or professional curricula, which is recognized as attesting the capability to accomplish the 2nd cycle of studies by ISEP’s Technical-Scientific Council Selection Criteria A jury will take into account the academic, professional and scientific curricula of the applicant. Results Check  www.isep.pt/mestrados . Placed candidates must then enrol until the deadline indicated on the document “Edital de Abertura do Concurso”. Contacts Academic Division info-sa@isep.ipp.pt (+351) 228 340 500

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