Bachelor of Computer Systems
DEGREE AWARDED: Professional Bachelor's Degree in Computer Systems
QUALIFICATION AWARDED: Professional qualification of Software engineer
STUDY DURATION AND SCOPE: 4 year full time studies in Day department, 160 credit points or 240 ECTS
LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION: English
PRACTICE: International enterprises Accenture, Tieto etc.
PROGRAMME IMPLEMENTATION: Enrolment twice a year.
ENROLMENT FOR SUDIES: By completing the application form.
ENTRANCE EXAM FOR CADIDATES: Mathematics and English.
STUDY PROGRAMME OBJECTIVES: To educate professional specialists for independent work in the field of information technology with knowledge of computer system architecture, software engineering, system analysis, basic database technologies and the basics of artificial intelligence. To educate professionals who are able to demonstrate systemic thinking and systemic approach to software application development projects, playing different roles and taking into account the IT standards and professional ethics of an IT engineer. To educate students to carry out scientific research based on experimentation, modelling and simulation. To educate students for further qualification and continuation of studies in professional Master's level study programmes.
LEARNING OUTCOMES: STUDENTS HAVE THE KNOWLEDGE SKILLS AND COMPETENCES:
In Computer Science:
- Software design (software development), algorithms and data structure concepts.
- Computer Systems and Architecture.
- Programming languages for Java in-depth competence.
- Higher mathematical principles incl. linear algebra, theory of probability, statistics, number theory, vectors and matrices, logics and discrete mathematics.
STUDENTS will be involved in:
- Understanding of scientific research methods and opportunities for applied research or engineering-related experiments.
- Academic knowledge is strengthened by practical programming of different systems, using high performance algorithms, testing, modelling and simulation, offering solutions for reducing certain risks, presenting results and communicating within a team.
- Flexible study process
- Module learning principle
- Lectures/practice ration (average) 1:3
- Remote access to study materials
- Transfer of knowledge of guest lecturers and practitioners
- Exchange programmes with other European engineering universities (U.K)
- Study laboratories (Software programming laboratories)
Study programme director