Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Mathematics in Poland

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A BSc stands for Bachelor of Science, and it is an undergraduate academic degree. Depending on the particular program, students who earn a BSc may choose to enter into a career or continue their education and earn an advanced degree.

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B.Sc. Computer Science - Computer Systems and Networks

Warsaw University of Technology
Campus Full time 42 months October 2017 Poland Warsaw

For the first three semesters, the programme covers the basics of mathematics, which allows for the effective learning of computer science and programming techniques in the next semesters. [+]

Best Bachelor of Science Degrees in Mathematics in Poland 2017. Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology offers the following programmes conducted in English: Bachelor of Science in Engineering 4-year undergraduate programme in the field of: Computer Science Telecommunications Both fields of study encompass information technology, control and robotics, electronics and telecommunications. The programmes cover great varieties of subjects from diverse technology fields. The first two years are common for students of both fields and constitute the area of Information and Communications Technology. Each field of study has its own specialisation: Computer Systems and Networks (CSN) is associated with Computer Science whereas the field of Telecommunications has its specialisation under the same name (Telecommunications - TCM). B.SC. Bachelor Studies - Mathematics & Information Technology Computer Science For the first three semesters, the programme covers the basics of mathematics, which allows for the effective learning of computer science and programming techniques in the next semesters. In this period, students receive basic information on calculus, linear algebra and geometry, discrete mathematics, logic, numerical methods, and principles of electronics. Additionally, during the first semesters, introduction to structural and object-oriented programming, algorithms and data structures as well as operating systems are offered. Until the fourth semester, classes are joint for all students. From the fifth semester students have the opportunity to choose elective courses according to their interests. The electives cover both, theoretical and practical aspects of computer science and offer extension as well as more thorough understanding of the subject. The last, seventh semester is mainly devoted to team project and thesis writing. Depending on the study profile, graduates may find employment in enterprises with diverse business profiles and work as programmers, software developers, analysts, and information system or computer network administrators. Sample modules/Keywords: Programming (C, C++, Java, C#, .NET and other), Algorithms and Data Structures, Software Engineering, Numerical Methods, Operating Systems, Databases, Artificial Intelligence Fundamentals, Computer Graphics, Parallel Processing, Computer Networks, Automata Theory and Formal Languages, UNIX Fundamentals, Introduction to Formal Logic and Set Theory, Calculus, Linear Algebra, Discrete Mathematics, Probability, Computer Statistics, Physics, Social Issues in Computing. [-]