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 (, Adriana Peña (, Jezreel Mejía (, Graciela Lara (

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

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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