The Computer Science for Economics Bachelor program from the School of Computer Science for Business Management is a three-year program that prepares you for database administration, programming, software design, web design and network administration.
We adapt our curricula each year to the continuous changes of the IT market. At the same time, we foster innovation through our students in the Microsoft Innovation Center, by creating various types of applications, posted by them on the marketplace. We offer free licensed software for our students, access to various official study materials and the possibility of being certified by Microsoft within the Certiport - Romanian-American University Testing Center.
Bachelor in COMPUTER SCIENCE FOR ECONOMICS:
- The most demanded educational field on the labor market
- Specialization in databases and network administration, programming, software and web design
- Curricula adapted to current IT market trends
- Free software for students and support provided by Microsoft Innovation Center
Graduates of the Computer Science for Economics Bachelor Program from the School of Computer Science for Business Management can be hired on positions such as: economist specialist in the computer science; IT systems analyst and designer; developer of customer-server applications and of internet/intranet/extranet; IT project manager; website designer; data basis administrator; computer network administrator; website administrator; developer of decision-assisting systems and expert systems; IT consultant; etc.
All faculty members of our University meet the legal requirements, in that all professors, associate professors, and lecturers have a Ph.D. title and the teaching assistants and junior assistants have master studies and certified teaching training, all of them being Ph.D. students. Most of our faculty has studied abroad, some of them in the US and during each semester you will have American Professors teaching you 1-2 courses.
Each academic year, the curriculum provides minimum 60 transferable study credits, namely 30 credits per semester. The curricula provide for 6 semesters. The academic year is divided into 2 semesters, each one having typically 14 weeks (the 3rd semester has 11 weeks, 3 is allocated to the internship, and the 6th semester has 12 weeks, 2 being allocated for completion of the graduation paper). Thus, in the first three semesters, regardless of the curriculum, students study a set of subjects that are present in the basic training of an economist:
- Communication and Public Relations
- Fundamentals of Marketing
- English and Communication Techniques
- Public Finance and Corporate Finances
- Fundamentals of Accounting
- Mathematics for economics
The Computer Science for Economics Bachelor Program includes the following subject matters:
- Algorithms And Data Structuring
- Computer Architecture and Operating Systems
- Object-Oriented Programming
- ICT – Information and Communication Technology
- Software Programming
- Data Bases
- Web Programming
- Advanced Web Programming
- Networking And Internet
- JAVA - Advanced Programming
- IT System Design
- Operational Research
- ORACLE DBMS – SQL
- Graphics And Multimedia
The students in the second year undertake different internships of 3 weeks (at the end of the second semester) in specialized organizations or in different companies.
According to their content, during the first and second years of study, basic subjects and the economic training prevail and starting with the third year of study, specialized subjects gain more room, in line with legal requirements.
Romanian-American University offers all applicants an English test online to obtain a certificate of your English language skills.
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