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A graduate has knowledge of informatics theory, architecture of computer hardware and principles of software development, has mastered methods, models and tools required for the development of information systems. The graduate is able to analyse activities and information needs of an enterprise, can design, implement, maintain and expand modern information systems, as well as possesses knowledge of data acquisition, storage, processing and transmission principles and data management technologies. The graduate also possesses understanding of the issues related to specialized information systems development systems, including their architecture, underlying technologies, methods and tools used to create them; information systems project management models, methods and tools, and is able to evaluate the functionality of designed and developed systems. The graduate has specific knowledge and competencies in chosen specialization area: Information Systems Design and Project Management; Internet Information Systems and Databases Programming. S/he has access to the second cycle studies. The graduate can perform information systems design, programming, management and other engineering duties at various enterprises and organizations, can apply for such jobs as the information systems analyst, architect, developer, database administrator, project manager, researcher and positions alike. 

Majors

Internet Information Systems and Databases Programming
A graduate has knowledge of informatics theory, architecture of computer hardware and principles of software development, has mastered methods, models and tools required for the development of information systems. The graduate is able to analyse activities and information needs of an enterprise, can design, implement, maintain and expand modern information systems, as well as possesses knowledge of data acquisition, storage, processing and transmission principles and data management technologies. The graduate also possesses understanding of the issues related to specialized information systems development systems, including their architecture, underlying technologies, methods and tools used to create them; information systems project management models, methods and tools, and is able to evaluate the functionality of designed and developed systems. Has knowledge and skills required to perform information systems and databases development and administration, internet access to stored data and web services based architectures programming and implementation, teamwork organization.
Information Systems Design and Project Management
A graduate has knowledge of informatics theory, architecture of computer hardware and principles of software development, has mastered methods, models and tools required for the development of information systems. The graduate is able to analyse activities and information needs of an enterprise, can design, implement, maintain and expand modern information systems, as well as possesses knowledge of data acquisition, storage, processing and transmission principles and data management technologies. The graduate also possesses understanding of the issues related to specialized information systems development systems, including their architecture, underlying technologies, methods and tools used to create them; information systems project management models, methods and tools, and is able to evaluate the functionality of designed and developed systems. Has the knowledge and skills required to perform business modeling, user requirements analysis and specification, computerized information systems planning, design, audit, implementation, project management as well as enterprise resource planning systems configuration
Schedule Full-time
Duration 4 Years
Presence of students On-campus
Enrollment capacity per term 30
Average number of applications per term 50
Total number of enrolled students 100
Scholarships available No

Courses

Lecture

Purpose of business modelling and its place in Information systems development life cycle. Business modelling standards, models and modelling languages. Business modelling tools. Enterprise goals and goals' modelling. Business process management and simulation. Up-to-date research and development trends in the area of business modelling. Practical work with a given business modelling tool.

 576
Lecture

Students are taught to understand basic concepts of decision-making process and decision support systems (DSS), basic decision support models and software of main types of DSS. They get fundamentals of data warehousing, data marts, online analytical processing (OLAP), data mining, data visualization, multidimensionality, and real-time analytics. Also in this course are explained main themes of DSS modeling and data analysis with spreadsheets: what-if analysis, goal seeking, scenarios, pivot tables, decision optimization analysis. The students get practice by creating project of optional part of the real business enterprise DSS using one of suitable application software.

 553
Lecture

The students are taught to understand the application domains for database management systems, and to learn modern database programming languages for database data manipulation in multiple user environments. They also will learn database administration and application-database communication techniques on client-server architecture systems.

 606
Lecture

Architecture of distributed information systems. Web services. Message queues. Enterprise service busses. Workflows. Distributed transactions. Scalable solutions for distributed information systems. Solutions for high availability. Implementation of distributed information systems by using technologies of Java ecosystem.

 788
Lecture

The students acquire knowledge for making computerised enterprise information systems on the base of packaged applications. They acquire the primer of Unified Modelling Language and thorough understanding about computerised management and planning of supply, sales, inventory, financial, production, human and other resources of enterprise; their data models and services; groupware and decision support; virtual work places. They are able to understand models of computerised information systems, to capture user needs, analyse development tasks and get practice of developing in teams by creating information systems using enterprise resource planning and management applications package.

 592
Lecture

Each of the IS life-cycle stages is analyzed. Students learn the specifics of structural and object oriented approaches. Subjects of the problem domain analysis, static structure (ER) modeling, process analysis are covered. Function and process modeling tools are overviewed. Students study modeling of data flows, state transitions and business rules. The concepts of IS usability and graphical user interface are examined. User interface requirements specification and design methods are presented, system accessibility, influence of psychological factors and other issues are analyzed. Students learn to make analytical and critical evaluations of the quality of IS graphical user interface.

 538
Lecture

Students acquire knowledge about Unified Modelling Language UML and object-oriented development methodology: to make and analyse class, use case, sequence, collaboration, state transition, activity, component and deployment diagrams, and to use them in development process. They are able to use CASE tools for business modelling, requirements capturing and management, system analysis and design; creation of user interface, software components and database models, code generation and reverse engineering; implementation and testing; preparation of design and developed system documentation.

 484
Lecture

This course presents information systems audit and control concepts and management practices. It becomes increasingly important for auditors to understand information systems and how they relate to financial and general organizational controls. 
This course is based on principles presented by information systems audit and evaluation association (ISACA).

 585
Lecture

Students get familiar with the concept of information systems usability, evolution of user interface as well as future trends. Methods of graphical user interface requirements specification and design are presented. Physiological and psychological human features that are responsible for the graphical user interface design guidelines are explained. Various interface implementation aspects are overviewed. The effects the parameters of (graphical) user interface have on the usability of the system are explained, ways how to optimize this effect are presented. Interface testing and evaluation methods are introduced. Examples of real-life systems are used throughout.

 591
Lecture

The main topics of this course are: Description and analysis of information systems requirements; Technical project for the initiation of the development of the system; Composition of functional, nonfunctional and additional requirements; Methods of requirements discovery and their application; Documenting of requirements; Application of the requirements templates; Requirements analysis and quality assurance; Management of the requirements specification; Requirements specification using CASE tools.

 538
Lecture

This course introduces the development of Web applications. Topics covered include web servers, web application servers, web application development methods, client side and server side scripting, and web application development techniques. Other topics discussed in this class include web application security, session management, design patterns, reusable web application components as well as static ((X)HTML, CSS, XML) and dynamic (PHP, ASP) Web development technologies as well as the dynamic portal engine and content management system (Joomla, PhP Nuke, PrestaShop).

 546
Lecture

Students learn project management definitions, software project specifics. Also they learn software projects strategic management and project management processes. During studies students learn how to determine project activities, how to divide it in separate stages. Student will be able to determine project budget, manage project risks and manage the development process in such a way that the software meets its requirements and is on-time and within budget.

 528
Lecture

Students acquire knowledge about project management definitions, information systems project specifics and project management processes. During studies students learn to work in group and communicate with project team, to determine project activities and divide it in separate stages, to control the project execution, to present the results of the project.

 567

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