Bachelor Study Programme
Area of studies: Physical Sciences
Faculty: Faculty of Informatics
Mode of Studies: Full-time studies
Length of Programme: 4 academic years (240 ECTS)
Name of Qualification: Bachelor in Informatics
The aim of the programme is to prepare IT professionals capable to perform analysis of real-world problems, design and implement IT solutions for solving the identified problems, understand the reciprocal interactions between IT, society, and business. Through its three specializations – Data Engineering, Business Informatics, and Software Systems – the programme aims to prepare broad-minded specialists having fundamental and state-of-the-art knowledge of modern information technologies.
- The Data Engineering Specialization of the programme aims at preparing specialists, having strong knowledge foundation and adequate skills to apply data and system analysis, artificial intelligence and machine learning methods and in business, medical, open data and other systems.
- The Business Informatics Specialization of the programme aims at preparing specialists, having strong knowledge foundation and adequate skills for applying key business management tools and e-service projects of different scale in business environment.
- The Software Systems Specialization of the programme aims at preparing specialists, having strong knowledge foundation on and adequate skills for management of software development cycle, application of software testing, quality assurance techniques, and management of complex multi-platform software development projects.
Expected Learning Outcomes
- Apply knowledge of basic mathematics in informatics;
- Apply knowledge of humanities and social sciences in informatics;
- Apply knowledge of basic and advanced informatics in a wide range of IT-related tasks;
- Demonstrate knowledge of business processes and their relation to software;
- Apply methods and techniques of fundamental systems and data analysis, modelling and control;
- Apply knowledge of software life-cycle and its management in relation to IT systems development and maintenance;
- Demonstrate awareness of the need for deep domain knowledge understanding when creating informatics applications in other subject areas;
- Perform interdisciplinary research and development in applied informatics, apply results in practical applications;
- Perform interdisciplinary research and development in business informatics, apply results in practical applications;
- Perform interdisciplinary research and development in software engineering, apply results in practical applications;
- Formalize and specify real world problems, and describe them at an abstract level, reason on them formally;
- Analyse, design, develop, deploy and maintain software systems;
- Analyse, design, develop, deploy and manage business IT solutions;
- Analyse and critically assess the newest trends in informatics, apply this knowledge in the development of novel systems;
- Clearly and convincingly present problems and solutions to experts and non-experts using ground knowledge, reasoning, relevant presentation tools and methods;
- Appreciate the skills required to work with and lead a team that may be composed of people from different disciplines and different levels of qualification;
- Plan self-learning based on the personal needs and the ongoing professional development;
- Demonstrate awareness of economic, legal, social, ethical and environmental contexts in informatics projects;
- Adopt to fast changing cultural, economical and technological environment.
Graduates of the programme will be able to work as software developers, software testers, software architects, analysts, project managers, system administrators in different organizations, state institutions and business units. Graduates of Informatics Systems may continue with Master studies in Informatics (Computer Science) or Computer Engineering.
Specialization of Data Engineering
Specialization of Business Informatics
Software Systems Branch