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The curricula related to the specialisation.

The main mission of the Applied Informatics degree program is to prepare computer specialists who possess a solid knowledge of computer science and the ability to apply it to solve specific problems in different fields. The programme aims to provide the background of knowledge and skills that will allow graduates to integrate easily into the IT industry but also the possibility to continue their professional training through master programmes and subsequent integration into a research activity in the field of applied informatics. The objective of the Applied Informatics degree program is to provide graduates with:

Theoretical and practical knowledge on:

  • structure and operation of a computing system
  • analysis, design and implementation of IT applications
  • problem analysis and construction of abstract models/formal models/computational models
  • analysis, modelling, interpretation and evaluation of complex systems


  • implementation of applications in specific programming languages
  • verification and testing of computer applications
  • planning the design and implementation of IT applications
  • configuration and integration of computer systems/software systems
  • design and development of software architectures for data management
  • computer network administration
  • drafting documentation and providing advice in the field
  • implementation of data security assurance strategies and data management policies

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