Teaching

Bachelor degree courses

Department of Computer Science and Engineering runs the bachelor study programme Computer Science and Engineering ( Inženýrská informatika - INIB), which is divided into study fields Computer Science ( Informatika - INF), Computer Engineering ( Výpočetní technika - VT), and Information Systems ( Informační systémy - IS). Furthermore, it takes part in the bachelor study field Financial Informatics and Statistics (part of the programme Applied Sciences and Informatics). These programmes enable the graduates to start their carrier with the bachelor (Bc.) degree or continue to master level programmes.

Computer Science / Informatika

This study field aims at students who would like to gain theoretical as well as practical knowledge in computer science. This knowledge enables them to continue in postgraduate master studies with a computer science focus, receive the MSc. (Ing.) degree and obtain qualifications equivalent to the traditional five-year computer science master studies at the Faculty of Applied Sciences. A bachelor study graduate gets sufficient basic knowledge for a prospective practical work after training in the issues of a specific place of employment.

The graduate profile meets the requirements of the international IEEE/ACComputing Curricula recommendation for bachelor studies in computer science. Thus, a graduate can continue studying postgraduate study programmes adhering to this recommendation. If he/she directly enters the commercial or industrial sphere, his/her knowledge can be applied to the design and development of computer software systems or to the maintenance and continuous innovation in the every-day operation of computing systems. In particular, he/she can work as a software developer, team software developer, computer system administrator, database system administrator, Web master, etc.

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Computer Systems / Výpočetní technika

This study field aims at students who would like to gain theoretical as well as practical knowledge in computer engineering. This knowledge enables them to continue in postgraduate master studies with a computer engineering focus, receive the MSc. (Ing.) degree and obtain qualifications equivalent to the traditional five-year computer engineering master studies at the Faculty of Applied Sciences. At the same time, a graduate gets sufficient basic knowledge for a prospective practical work after training in the issues of a specific place of employment

The graduate profile meets the requirements of the international  IEEE/ACComputing Curricula recommendation for bachelor studies in computer engineering. Thus, a graduate can continue studying postgraduate study programmes adhering to this recommendation. If he/she directly enters the commercial or industrial sphere, his/her knowledge can be applied to the design and development of computer hardware systems or to the maintenance and continuous innovation in the every-day operation of computing systems. In particular, he/she can work as a computer hardware engineer, computer system administrator, embedded computer system developer and engineer, or a custom-designed circuits developer.

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Information Systems/ Informační systémy

The world-wide labour market needs globally thinking computer specialists with knowledge and skills corresponding to current industrial requirements not only in the branch of information technologies but also in the fields of management, planning, economics, business, and law. The study plan of the Information systems specialization fully respects the global standard for teaching informatics (Computing Curricula 2006, IS 2002 - Model Curriculum and Guidelines for Undergraduate Degree Programmes in IS), according to which the study programme also includes courses on fundamental principles of macroeconomics, finance, accountancy, business, law, marketing and management. From the domain of information technologies, hardware foundations, system and application software, perspective programming methods, new database technologies, information systems theory and practice, and system security are discussed. This study field aims at students interested in working on the boundary between informatics and economics.

Graduates of the Information systems study field will be able to develop and run information systems in the support of management and cognitive activities in the socio-economic domain. The bachelor study field’s graduates can be employed as corporate processes and information systems analysts, application administrators, IT project manager’s assistants, corporate IT services department manager’s assistants, or ICT products and services businessmen. Studies of computer science, economics, and law create optimal conditions for the graduates to find applications in local as well as in international companies.

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Financial Informatics and Statistics / Finanční informatika a statistika

This study field is part of the Applied Sciences and Informatics (Aplikované vědy a informatika) programme.

Undergraduates demonstrate knowledge and understanding of informatics (computers and programming, object programming, data bases, algorithms, ..) , statistics (fundamentals probability and statistics) and mathematical techniques (calculus and analysis, linear algebra, discrete mathematics and optimization, numerical methods), fundamentals of economy, financial and business design (macro- and micro-economics, accounting, business project design, project calculus, ?) and fundamentals cybernetics (basic system modeling). Undergraduates are further able to use intermediate financial and insurance mathematics and statistics tools for business (including bank) and management. Undergraduates have intermediate English language knowledge (min. Level B2 of Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) Undergraduates are able to construct elementary proofs and procedures within formal mathematical and statistical models; analyze organizations and occupational groups; create and analyze a simple market research; use commercial as well as free open software packages for simulation and mathematical optimization; critically evaluate the strategic position of a firm in its industry and predict its future development. They are oriented well in fundamental risk and sensitivity analysis too.

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