Bachelor's Degree Program
Language of courses:
|Slovak and English|
|Related study programs:||master's degree program Applied Informatics and Cognitive Science|
This program is offered only in Slovak languages.
A graduate of the bachelor's study program in the field of applied informatics has a good foundation of knowledge in mathematics and theoretical informatics, as well as a broad overview of their application and application in practice (programming, databases, program systems) and other scientific fields (computer graphics, artificial intelligence, cognitive science). A graduate of the field of applied informatics will be able to continue his studies in the corresponding master's program or apply directly in the IT industry.
The study program is a set of subjects and a set of rules compiled in such a way that successful completion of the subjects while maintaining the above rules allows the student to obtain a university degree. For each study program, a recommended study plan is set, which is compiled so that by completing it, the student meets the conditions for successful completion of studies within its standard length. The creation of the study plan is usually based on the modular (block) principle in order to enable students to continuously adjust the focus within the chosen field of study and expand the scope of study. The study plan is divided into compulsory, optional and elective subjects. The subject consists of individual independent educational activities or their combination, which are aimed at providing education in a defined area.
The profile subjects of the study plan are compulsory or optional subjects and the student will acquire the knowledge and skills that are essential for the completion of the study program.
The updating of study programs reflecting the development in the area is realized by selective subjects, which enable the use of short-term presence outside the faculty experts in the teaching process. The inclusion of several (selective) subjects in the programs is a response to the constructive comments of students and their interest in a particular area.
With the bachelor's thesis, the student has to demonstrate the ability to independently acquire theoretical and practical knowledge and use them. The final thesis will be prepared by the student under the guidance of the thesis supervisor. The supervisor of the final thesis will prepare a written report on the final thesis and propose its evaluation. The final work is assessed by the opponent. The opponent will prepare a written report on the final thesis and propose its evaluation.
Examples of successful final theses of our students:
The graduate of the bachelor's study program in the field of applied informatics is able to cope with the increasing demands of scientific, technical and economic development. They are expected to be in high demand in all types of companies that depend on information technology and that apply IT methods and tools in a variety of industries.
The graduate has a good knowledge of mathematics and theoretical informatics and at the same time a broad overview of their application and application in practice (programming, databases, program systems) and other disciplines (computer graphics, artificial intelligence, cognitive science ) . The graduate of the field of applied informatics will be able to continue their studies in the corresponding master's program.
In addition to basic knowledge of informatics and the relevant application domain, bachelors of applied informatics have basic knowledge in economics, management and market economy. They can analyze, design, implement, extend, adapt and locate computer and information technology systems. Graduates of applied informatics (1st level) will gain a deep and holistic understanding of computer systems , they will understand not only the theoretical basis of the field, but also how theory affects practice. They will have a solid foundation that will allow them to renew their knowledge as the relevant field of applied informatics develops.
The graduate finds employment in various positions in the IT sector (system administrator , programmer, analyst, etc. ) . Thanks to the education he receives, including the ability to self-study, these may be even the highest positions in the IT sector .