Computer Science - part-time second-cycle studies (WM-I-N-Z-2)
(in Polish: Informatyka - studia II stopnia niestacjonarne)
part-time programmes, 2 years
The aim of education in a Master's studies in Computer Science is to provide knowledge and problem-solving skills in computer science required to solve complex and unusual problems related to the profession of an IT specialist. The graduate has an advanced understanding of the fundamental problems of computer science and has become familiar with the techniques of parallel and distributed computing in detail. Can analyze the algorithm's computational complexity and use advanced numerical methods for its optimization. Can manage IT projects and conduct communication in a programming team. The graduate has also become familiar with advanced logic and functional programming techniques. Depending on the chosen specialization, can also use specialized data analysis and exploration, network programming, and graphic systems techniques.
The following modules/specializations are available: Intelligent Systems, Cybersecurity.
After graduation, a graduate may work in IT companies, IT departments or set up their own innovative company. Raising competences in this field may also open a path of promotion in such a company, if the student worked in a given position before starting second-cycle studies.
Acceptance of documents for studies: 07/11 - 09/22, Monday to Thursday from 10:00 to 13:00
Yearly fee: 6000 pln
Access to further studies:
Learning outcomes for the course Computer science second cycle approved pursuant to the resolution 72/2020 of the UKSW's Senate on 28th May 2020. Programme of studies as defined by the Resolution number 72/2020 of the UKSW's Senate on 28th May 2019.