Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology
The study program “Business Informatics “ is an interdisciplinary program that has been implemented since 2010/2011. study year. The program is developed and implemented in cooperation with the University of Buffalo (USA) and International Business Machines Corporation (IBM).
There are three types of courses: ICT courses (for example, Advanced Data Technologies), Business courses (for example, Business Ethics) and integrated courses (for example, Business Process Management and Engineering). Each course has clearly defined learning outcomes and evaluation mechanisms. Various business and ICT issues are integrated in the program at the level of the program and at the level of individual courses.
Local and international students study together in the program. The enrolment to the program occurs in summer and in winter. In winter it is possible to apply for part time studies. Students of the summer intake have Master Paper as a separate semester in their study plan to facilitate their mobility. Winter intake students can develop their Master Paper more gradually.
The aim of the Business Informatics study program is to prepare professionals with expertise in systems thinking and engineering sciences who are able to use, choose, develop, and acquire ICT solutions that enable enterprise development; who are able to design intra- and inter-organizational information systems and are capable of participating in corresponding interdisciplinary and international projects.