Computer Science, BSc

Objectives and Perspectives

The aim of the Computer Science program is to train IT professionals who, possessing the solid theoretical grounding necessary to further develop their skills over the long term, are capable of performing, at an advanced level, the typically software-oriented development, implementation and servicing tasks related to IT equipment and systems, working either independently or as part of a team. Participants in this course will also learn the interaction and modeling skills required to solve IT tasks in all main areas of application.


Duration of studies: 6 semesters
Number of teaching (contact) hours: 1,800
Number of required ECTS credits: 180

Natural Science and basic vocational training (120 credits)

Subjects: Discrete Mathematics, Calculus, Introduction to Informatics, Logical Basics of Informatics, Automata and Formal Languages, Computer Architecture, Assembly Languages, Combinatorics and Probability Theory, Operating Systems, High Level Programming Languages, Data Structures and Algorithms, Computer Statistics, Database Systems, System Engineering, Introduction to Computer Graphics, Numerical Mathematics, Operation Research, Programming Environments, Programming Environments, Programming Technologies, Theory of Computing, Basics of Artificial Intelligence, Developing Database Systems, Translator Programs, Technology of System Development, Network Architectures and Protocols, Internet Tools and Services, Design and Analysis of Algorithms.

Compulsory vocational subjects of choice (16 credits)

Artificial Intelligence Languages, Knowledge-based Systems, Theory of Logical Programming, Selected Chapters in Artificial Intelligence, Developing Database Systems, OO Data Models, Advanced DBMS, Server Administration, High-Speed Local and Urban Networks, Actual Problems in Network Communication, Performance Evaluation of Networks, Computer Graphics, Graphical Systems, Spatial Informatics Systems, Multimedia, Theory of Information, Neural Networks.

MSc in Computer Science and Information Technology