The three-year curricula (Bachelor of Science) in Business Informatics merges the best from the business environment and technological perspectives that overall reflect the contemporary industry growth and at the same time prepares students for leadership positions in organizations throughout the world. The market for such skills already experiences rapid expansion in the same way the society and economy of this country are moving towards the European Union standards and globalization in general.
The structure of the three-year curriculum contains studies which are dynamic, integrative and interactive by nature. These studies are expected to generate highly professional results adjusted for the needs of the labour market, at the same time serving as a solid background for further studies at the post-graduate level.
The Business Informatics curriculum is designed to address the specific needs and market trends that meet the current and future need of the labour market for certain areas of corporate development in the field of information system management and control, as well as their development. The curriculum also involves the portal development, multimedia technologies and projects, IT applications for new businesses, data bases, string value network, e-commerce, interactive marketing, Customer Relations Management (CRM), business convergence and virtual business, corporative finances and accounting.
The undergraduate studies in Business Informatics provides students with a thorough understanding and knowledge from the field of Business and Computer Sciences, while directing them towards certain areas that will be further specialized in the second study cycle. The three-year curriculum will provide students with opportunities for internship, which will equip them to apply the acquired knowledge and skills in the field of Business Informatics.
The University currently possesses a remarkable IT –infrastructure for the realization of the suggested curriculum in the field of Business Informatics, with computer laboratories, Internet connection and the option of Distance Learning, as well as a library with online resources available for searching.
The curriculum structure aims for a balanced combination of the basic knowledge and specific professional skills. The first year is important for students as it merges a whole range of interdisciplinary courses with practical implementation in the two fields, Business and Informatics. This will be of considerable benefit for their professional unity.
- To provide students with independent research, addressing the areas of Business Informatics that were not addressed within the curriculum;
- To develop skills for critical, analytical and functional approach, comparative skills for problem solving that may be applied in the fields of Business Informatics;
- To provide an opportunity for development of personal skills, communication, research and other important skills necessary for employment.
- To offer an opportunity for the introduction and acquisition of first working experiences in a real working environment from the field of studies through practical work and internship;
- To emphasize multilingual instruction and promote multiethnic and cross-cultural dialog;
- To acquire knowledge and skills from the basic disciplines of Business Informatics: Programming, Databases, Computer Networks, Advanced Web Technologies, Corporate Finances, Management, Marketing and their implementation in related fields.
- Cooperation with industry
- Focus on practical work
- Modern Infrastructure
|Schedule||Part-time and full-time|
|Presence of students||On-campus and on-line|
|Enrollment capacity per term||90|
|Average number of applications per term||60|
|Total number of enrolled students||200|
|Tuition and fees per year||2000.00 EU|