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Professional Bachelor Study of Applied Computing

Learning Outcomes of Study Programme

GENERAL LEARNING OUTCOMES :

  1. Actively, in speech and writing, communicate in English in the field of computer science and applied computing,
  2. Evaluate and analyze problems in the field of expertise using concepts of information theory, applied mathematical theory and best engineering practices,
  3. Suggest solutions in the field of applied computing by analyzing and evaluating current knowledge, models and solutions in the field of the expertise,
  4.  Apply complex research and analysis methods to determine detailed user or organizational requirements for information solutions or systems
  5.  Identify, analyze and explain the problems of applying, polishing and implementing existing information systems in a wider business context and propose adequate solutions
  6.  Manage relationship with users and / or members of a team, recognizing possible sources of misunderstanding and conflict and proactively and effectively influence their inhibition
  7.  Design , prepare and manage the implementation of development projects in the field of applied computing using recognized methodologies and taking into account available resources, budgets and risks
  8. Be aware of business, organizational and sociological aspects of application and impact on the environment (user, organization, society) when planning, designing and applying information systems
  9.  Evaluate the entrepreneurial idea and propose adequate business and organizational conditions for its realization
  10. Proactively manage your own professional and personal development and collect new knowledge and skills in different contexts and environment (e.g. through successful and unsuccessful projects, through continuous self-learning and monitoring of scientific and technological achievements, additional education …)
  11.  Independently design and manage IT project with available resources, taking responsibility for personal and team tasks in unpredictable business conditions and environment
  12.  Perform an independently significant final project by following set of requirements and standards and by applying modern technologies, tools and methodology

PROFESSIONAL LEARNING OUTCOMES – APPLIED COMPUTING:

  1.  Apply basic software tools, structures and algorithms to solve problems and develop complete software solutions
  2. Apply tools and techniques for creating and formatting databases, and entering, modifying and accessing data in databases,
  3.  Expert usage of current programming languages (Java, C #, …) and development tools, and apply current software development methodologies using object-oriented approach
  4. Use modern tools, techniques and development frameworks to create software solutions for the web environment
  5.  Use modern tools, techniques and development frameworks to create mobile software solutions
  6. Create, plan and design user interface in accordance with current trends in design, ergonomics and accessibility, including interfaces for users with special needs
  7. Design and build complex interactive application solutions and applications for business usage
  8. Create software solutions in line with current methodologies of solution development lifecycle, project development of applications and software engineering
  9. Apply adequate methods and techniques for tackling large sets of data and create solutions to support management and decision-making.
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