Objectives and Perspectives
We aim to train IT professionals who are capable of understanding and resolving the specific business processes underlying the information-based society, managing the IT tasks that support value-creating processes, and, making the best use of the opportunities presented by modern information technology. Graduates will be able to increase the knowledge base and business intelligence of organisations, model processes based on interaction between info-communication processes and technologies, regulate and plan processes, identify problems, define problem areas, develop and operate applications, and monitor their operation in accordance with the requisite quality standards. They will also posses the depth of theoretical knowledge necessary to continue their training on the master level.
Duration of studies: 7 semesters
Number of teaching (contact) hours: 2.450
Number of required ECTS credits: 210
Students are required to collect 139 credits from subjects connected to natural science and basic vocational training. Advanced compulsory vocational subjects are grouped into specializations. Students who select a particular specialization have to obtain the compulsory 48 credits from subjects associated with their chosen specialization. The remaining 23 credits can be obtained from optional vocational subjects of choice (8 credits) and from the thesis (15 credits).
Natural Science and basic vocational training (139 credits)
Subjects: Mathematics, Logic in computer science, Introduction to economics, Business economics, Accountancy, Organizational behaviour, Computer architectures, Introduction to Informatics, Microeconomics, Human resource management, Programming languages, Operating systems, Business civil law, Data structures and algorithms, Statistics, Macroeconomics, Corporate finance, Marketing, System engineering, Theory of computing, Numerical mathematics, Introduction to artificial intelligence, Computer networks, Database systems, Foundations of computer security, Performance evaluation of computer networks, Data processing, Decision supporting systems, Institutions of the EU.
Subjects: Accountancy 2, Management control systems, SAP applications, Operations research, Knowledge based systems, Corporate finance 2, Financial planning and analysis with PC, SAS business intelligence, strategic management, financial mathematics, Statistics with computer, Content management, Information economics.
Subjects: Web application development, Content management, Software development for mobile devices, Technology of development of Internet applications, Information theory, Data security, Coding theory, Statistics with computer, Internet marketing, International marketing, E-management, Applications of probability theory, Information economics.
Graduate Study Opportunities
MSc in Business Informatics
MSc in Computer Science
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