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Programme "Computer science"
Educational and Qualification Degree Master
Professional Field  "Informatics and Computer Science"
Professional Qualification "Informatics and Computer Science"
Study period - 1 / 1,5 years (3 semesters)
Mode of study - Full-time
  1. Purposes of the qualifications characteristics

The purposes of the qualifications characteristics are as follows:

  • to outline the courses;
  • to describe the professional knowledge, skills and competences;
  • to improve the curriculum and the syllabuses;
  • to describe job opportunities.

  1. Professional knowledge and skills

The programme develops knowledge, skills and competences in several areas of Computer science such as:

  1. Development and support of web applications and e-business systems;
  2. Business process modeling and automation.
  3. Data science.
  4. Mobile application development.

  1. Education in Computer Science

The curriculum includes courses such as: E-Commerce; .NET Web Development; Business Process Modeling; E-Finance; Server-Side Web Programming, etc.

The programme is available to study full-time. The students complete their studies by writing a master’s thesis or by passing a comprehensive state exam (by choice). Graduates are awarded the title „Master in Computer Science“.                   

  1. Job options

CS graduates have various job opportunities. Jobs directly related to CS degree include:

  • Computer systems analyst;
  • Computer systems administrator;
  • Network designer;
  • Business analyst;
  • Information systems designer;
  • Software developer;
  • Web developer (front end and back end);
  • Database developer;
  • Database administrator;
  • E-business systems developer;
  • E-business systems manager, etc.

  1. Competencies acquired by programme graduates

Master graduates possess the following competencies:

Autonomy and responsibility:

  • ability to establish administrative structures and to manage teams to solve complex problems in an unpredictable environment with a multitude of interacting actors and intermodal opportunities;
  • demonstrate knowledge in operational synergies in managing changes in a complex environment;
  • demonstrate creativity and innovation in the development of projects;
  • initiate processes and organizes activities requiring a high degree of consistency;
  • develop policies and demonstrate leadership qualities for their implementation;

Learning competences:

  • systematically and deeply evaluation of knowledge and identification of needs for new knowledge;
  • demonstrated a high level of autonomy and ability to orient on complex content, using their own methods and approaches to controlling it;
  • use of variety of methods and techniques for utilizing of complex curriculum;
  • knowledge of rich notions and shows skills for conceptual and abstract thinking;

Communication and social competences:

  • ability to present clear and accessible own ideas, formulations of problems and possible solutions to specialized and non-specialized audiences using a wide range of techniques and approaches;
  • development and explosions of justified beliefs about social processes and practices and ability to arguing proposals for their improvement or change;
  • speaking some of the most popular European languages;

Professional competences:

  • collect, process and interpret specific information needed to solve the complex problems in the field of study;
  • integrate a wide range of knowledge and sources of information in a new and relatively unfamiliar context;
  • make reasoned judgments and find solutions in complex environment of diverse interactions;
  • demonstrate ability to adequately conduction and cooperation in business and / or professional sectors;
  • ability to solve problems by integrating complex sources of knowledge in terms of insufficient information available in a new unfamiliar environment;
  • ability to initiate changes and to manage development processes in complex conditions;
  • engagement with important scientific, social and ethical issues arising in the course of work or training;