Computer Science - full-time first-cycle studies (WM-I-N-1)
(in Polish: Informatyka - studia I stopnia stacjonarne)
full-time programmes, 3 years
The aim of a Bachelor's studies in Computer Science is to provide knowledge and problem-solving skills in computer science. The graduate can use the necessary mathematical apparatus and general knowledge of the particular fields in computer science, such as programming, algorithmics, databases, and software engineering. Has mastered the selected programming language at least on an advanced level and can use the acquired knowledge to solve complex and unusual problems related to the use of the profession of a computer scientist. Can write computer programs using a selected programming language, implement and use known algorithms and databases using SQL language and solve IT problems specific to the selected specialization. The graduate knows the rules of using computers, network equipment, and specialized computer programs and can use them to obtain necessary results. Is aware of the risks to health and the environment associated with working with computers and knows how to minimize them while working.
The following modules/specializations are available: Computer Graphics, Knowledge Engineering.
After graduation, a graduate may work in IT companies, IT departments or set up their own innovative company.
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Learning outcomes in terms of knowledge, skills and competences for the Bachelor degree in computer science approved by the Resolution No. 55/2018 of the UKSW Senate of 24 May 2018. Plan of study and syllabus given by the Resolution of the Council of the Faculty of Mathematics – Natural Sciences. College of Science, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University, No. 67/18 of 19 June 2018.
Learning outcomes for the course Computer science first cycle approved pursuant to the resolution 157/2019 of the UKSW's Senate on 27th June 2019. Programme of studies as defined by the Resolution number 157/2019 of the UKSW's Senate on 27th June 2019.
Course structure diagram:
|Abbreviations used in tables:|
lect - Lectures
cl - Classes
kon - Conversatorium
lab - Laboratory
lek_now - Modern language classes
pr - Practice
sem - Seminar
e - examination
zal - credit
zoc - graded credit
|(in Polish) Informatyka 1 rok||ECTS||lect||cl||kon||lab||lek_now||pr||sem||exam|
|Culture and techniques of study||1||15||zoc|
|Mathematical Analysis I||8||30||60||e|
|Elements of logic and set theory||6||30||30||e|
|Architecture of Computer Systems||3||45||15||e|
|Object oriented programming||6||30||30||e|
|Mathematical Analysis II||9||30||60||e|
|(in Polish) Informatyka 2 rok||ECTS||lect||cl||kon||lab||lek_now||pr||sem||exam|
|Probability and statistics||6||30||30||e|
|Advanced Programming Techniques||6||30||30||e|
|Introduction to Computer Graphics||2||15||15||e|
|Preparation for student internships||1||15||zoc|
|The physical basis of information technology||5||30||30||e|
|Algorithms and data structures||5||30||30||30||e|
|Individual Programming Project||2||30||30||e|