Computer Systems & Networks

B.Sc. Computer Science  

Specialisation: Computer Systems and Networks  

Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology  

Duration: 4 years

Starts in: October 

The field of study encompasses information technology, control, robotics, electronics, and telecommunications. The program covers a great variety of subjects from diverse technology fields. The first two years are common for students of Computer Science and Telecommunications programs and constitute the area of Information and Communications Technology. Graduates from Computer Systems and Networks specialization have excellent qualifications in the area of computer science basics, including basic knowledge of information processing, as well as the area of algorithms and system modelling and various aspects of computer engineering and applications. They are acquainted with the methodologies of object programming, CASE-tools-aided design, system analysis, system modelling and prototyping. They have knowledge of modern operating systems, programming languages, databases, and various software applications. Graduates are self-reliant in designing, implementing, and operating complex computer systems and networks.  


Examples of modules:  

• Algorithms & Programming  

• Circuits & Systems  

• Computer Systems  

• Telecommunications  

• Operating Systems  

• Graphical User Interfaces  

• Data Bases  

• Cryptography and Information Security  

• Software Engineering  

• Compiling Techniques  

• Introduction to Artificial Intelligence