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"I want to know god's thoughts ...the rest are details" Albert Einstein
Bachelor degree in the field of Informatics is part of the Applied Informatics programme. It is designed to produce professionals who are able to design, implement and operate information systems that support the socio-economic processes in various types of business entities and public institutions.
This programme prepares the graduates for the global labour where they need to compete with graduates from universities in other European countries, USA and other countries.
In addition to knowledge and skills in informatics, the current global job market demands expertise in the areas of management, organization, economics, commerce and law. The structure of our curriculum matches international standards for teaching informatics (Computing Curricula 2004, IS 2002-Model Curriculum and Guidelines for Undergraduate Degree Programmes in IS and SE2004), and at the same time preserves the competitive advantage that characterize courses at The University of Economics (i.e. combination of knowledge of informatics and business). Combined study of economic and informatics allows the graduates to cope with the needs of local and multinational companies.
The study programme includes courses that teach the basic principles of micro and macro economics, finance, accounting, sales, marketing and management. Considerable attention is paid to study of languages, especially English. Students have the option to study one or two semesters at a partner university abroad.
The study of Informatics is based on understanding of the general principles of information systems (i.e. their contents, development methodologies and underlying technology) and their application that involves specific IT products and industry sectors. Our study programmes are focused on two fundamental areas: Information Systems and Software Engineering. The aim of this combination is to allow the students to select suitable elective subjects and to specialize in an area of choice:
The study programme concludes with the Final State Examination that involves a mandatory state examination in the field of study and the defence of a Bachelor thesis. Bachelor theses are concerned with practical topics and are often completed in collaboration with local and international industry partners.
The study of field of Informatics is supported by three departments at The Faculty of Informatics and Statistics: Department of Information Technologies, Department of Systems Analysis and Department of Information and Knowledge Engineering. Industry-based professionals are regularly invited to give guest lectures on various current topics.
After graduating from the Bachelor programme students can either start employment in the industry or may decide to continue to study at the master level (admission into the MSc course is without an entrance examination) in Information System and Technology or Cognitive Science in our department. They can also choose another field of study at the Department of Systems Analysis or the Department of Information and Knowledge Engineering.
Student in the field of informatics can take the State Final Examination in the bachelor study program at one of the following departments:
Students take the Final State Exam at the department of the supervisor of their bachelor thesis, but they can study their main specialization at a different department. However, final state examination and the defence of Bachelor thesis must be done at the original department.
The organization of Final State Exam may be different in each department, and we advise the students to inquire about the details at the specific department.