Cobertura de la curricula unviersitaria para la industría de la Ingeniería del Software en México (Coverage of the university curricula for the Software Engineering industry in Mexico)

Mirna Muñoz (mirna.munoz@cimat.mx)2, Adriana Peña (adriana.pena@cucei.udg.mx)1, Jezreel Mejía (jmejia@cimat.mx)2, Graciela Lara (graciela.lara@red.cucei.udg.mx)1


1CUCEI de la Universidad de Guadalajara
2Centro de Investigación de Matemáticas, Zacatecas

This paper appears in: Revista IEEE América Latina

Publication Date: May 2016
Volume: 14,   Issue: 5 
ISSN: 1548-0992


Abstract:
Making to match the software industry requirements with the academy is a significant challenge that must be accomplished for the benefit of both sectors. In Mexico, the small and medium size companies (SMEs) are key for the software development, in such a way that having highly capable personal in the development of high quality software products is a fundamental piece to warranty their permanency in the market. In this context, the Mexican organizations for the accreditation to ensure quality in Software Engineering are: for the SMEs software industry, the Moprosoft norm; and for the undergraduate education institutions in Computer Science and Informatics, the CONAIC. In this document a comparative analysis is made to understand the coverage of the academic curricula in higher education, regarding the software industry requirements; based on what these government norms establish for their accreditation

Index Terms:
Software Engineering, Computer Science and Informatics curricula, software industry   


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