The goal of the Informatics study program is to educate and train specialists for jobs that require basic knowledge and skills in the field of informatics and computer science.
Enrollment requirements: first degree studies of this study program can be enrolled by a person who has previously completed a four-year high school education and passed the entrance exam as regulated by the University Statute.
The purpose of the Informatics study program is to educate highly skilled, clearly profiled staff who will be able to join the domestic and world-oriented IT society as independent or team participants with their knowledge and competences. The education of personnel according to this study program creates conditions for the development of young scientists as leaders in professional, research and scientific endeavors in the field of informatics and computing. In addition to profiling future personnel for whom there is a need on the labor market, the purpose of this study program is to enable students to continue their education at the master's degree and other studies in the field of informatics and computer science or some other related fields.
The objectives of the Informatics study program for obtaining the title of Bachelor of Information Science are:
• introducing students to the basics of programming and software development, as well as basic algorithmic and data structures,
• coding and testing: practical use of an imperative programming language,
• introduce students to basic terms and concepts in the field of information systems and their development process
• acquiring general and specific knowledge of the theory and principles of functioning of operating systems,
• enable understanding of the operation of computer networks and telecommunication systems
• familiarization with the key concepts of programming, software development and software engineering,
• master basic web technologies and acquire the knowledge needed to create dynamic interactive web applications,
• acquiring knowledge about databases and database management systems,
• familiarization with the types of Internet tools and services and their use,
• acquiring basic knowledge about information protection in the information system,
• acquiring basic knowledge about artificial intelligence and applications,
• understanding the role of information technologies in the business environment and other goals.
Description of learning outcomes
Upon obtaining the title of graduate computer scientist, students will be able to:
• to develop software using the method of functional decomposition and structural programming in a non-objective imperative language,
• for creating computer programs, including design, coding and testing of software solutions, as well as knowledge of techniques and methods for finding and correcting errors;
• application of the method of functional decomposition and structural programming in a non-objective imperative language,
• for creating object-oriented applications; service-oriented applications; web applications; network applications for the Internet and local computer networks,
• for using computer technologies, working with operating systems, computer networks and basic software packages;
• to model and work with databases and applications using CASE tools;
• to apply appropriate methods in the development of information system security and data protection systems;
• understanding, constructing and implementing basic artificial intelligence algorithms,
• to follow trends in the development of software engineering;
• to work under different operating systems and mobile operating systems;
• to use the acquired knowledge and skills for the development, use of software and graphical systems with a pronounced multimedia nature and others.
Upon completion of the Informatics study program, the student acquires competencies in accordance with the national qualification framework, namely:
• independent management of complex projects from various fields of informatics and computer science;
• organizing, controlling and evaluating the work of other employees in order to improve work productivity and business practices;
• adapting to the dynamic development of the informatics and computer sciences sector in terms of permanent improvement in personal and professional development through lifelong learning.
Professional academic title: Graduated computer scientist (Dipl.inform.).
Our graduates can find jobs in the following positions:
JAVA developer, WEB developer, PHP developer, Frontend designer, Wordpress developer, Android developer, database designer, database administrator (DBA), ORACLE database administrator (DBA), database designer, database development engineer (MS Access), web service designer, network administrator, Windows operating system administrator, GNU/Linux system administrator, web server administrator, cloud platform administrator, application server administrator, network security engineer, service-oriented application developer, middle layer architect, IT manager, IT Solution Manager , IT sector manager, IT consultant, technical director, ERP consultant, electronic business system developer, system analyst, system implementation and testing engineer, corporate planning manager of IT, business analyst and BI system administrator, IT application development manager, internet marketing and e-business consultant, IT software development team manager, IT service development manager, IT system maintenance and implementation manager, IT system sales manager, manager of IT strategy, developer of distributed computing services.