Computer Systems

Computer Systems

The academic bachelor study programme “Computer Systems” (180 credit points) provides studies in one of the engineering fields – computer systems. The studies are 3 years long and students acquire basic knowledge in computer science for their future studies or for practical work in the area of information and communication technologies. Mathematics, physics, computer science and programming study courses including Applied Software Automation Tools, Data Structures, Introduction to Computer Architecture, Fundamentals of Computer Graphics and Image Processing, Fundamentals of Computer Simulation and Modelling, Database Management Systems provide theoretical basis. In the area of computer science students learn Operating Systems, Computer Organization and Networks, Algorithms and Methods of Programming, Systems Analysis and Design, Technology of Large Databases and Fundamentals of Artificial Intelligence. In the area of software engineering students acquire knowledge of Programming Languages, Software Engineering Technologies and Tools. Thus, theoretical knowledge is combined with application skills. The study programme includes mandatory study courses (86 credit points), including study courses of specialization, study courses of general education and humanitarian/social science study courses, restricted electives (20 credit points from which 15 credit points are for study courses of specialization). Free electives have 4 credit points, and bachelor thesis 10 credit points. The specific character of this study programme is the possibility for graduates to continue their studies in the academic master or professional master study programme “Computer Systems”..

Short about programme
Faculty of Computer Science, Information Technology and Energy
Programme type and level
Academic Bachelor (First Cycle) Studies
Study field
Information Technology, Computer Engineering, Electronics, Telecommunications, Computer Control and Computer Science
Study form
Full-time studies

Awarded degree and qualification
Bachelor degree of engineering science in computer systems / –
Required previous education
Secondary education
Price per year
€ 2 990 - EU countries
€ 4 030 - Non EU countries
Credit point/ECTS amount
Duration of studies
Full-time studies - 3 years
Autumn / Spring

The aim of the study programme is to prepare professionals for starting independent work in the field of informatics with knowledge in software engineering, research and solving computer engineering problems, computer systems development, systems analysis and modelling, fundamentals of database technologies and artificial intelligence, as well as with the ability to demonstrate systems thinking and/or systems approach and participate in a software development project, fulfilling different roles, who demonstrate professional ethics and knowledge/skills complying with IT industry standards. Prepare students for the continuation of studies both at professional (fulfilling additional requirements) and academic master studies level.


The tasks of the study programme:
- to provide knowledge in mathematics and physics in accordance with the highest technical engineering education requirements;
- to provide basic knowledge in computer science, focusing on software engineering, computer systems development, database technologies, systems analysis and fundamentals of artificial intelligence;
- to develop students' practical abilities to work with various software;
- to practice students in programming and professional use of computers;
- to develop students' ability to independently acquire, evaluate and use new software products;
- to improve the students' professional skills in foreign languages;
- to introduce students with the professional ethics and its industry standards;
- to improve students' oral and written communication skills as well as to develop student's skills in teamwork;
- to provide the initial scientific research skills, developing Bachelor Thesis.


Graduates can start working in information technology companies (or in IT departments of other companies) within software development projects playing a variety of roles such as programmers, tester, technical writers.


Graduates of the study programme can continue studies at academic master and professional master (fulfilling additional requirements) study programmes.

Specific conditions

English language proficiency equivalent to at least CEFR B2 level.