Bachelor in Informatics and Economics: Informatics in Public Administration

General

Program Description

Faculty of Economics and Administration

Study Program: Informatics and System Engineering

Study Field: Informatics in Public Administration

  • Degree: Bachelor in Computer Science
  • Form of study: Full-time
  • The standard length of study: 3 years
  • Number of ECTS credits allocated: 180
  • Graduation requirements: State Bachelor’s examination and Bachelor’s thesis defense
  • Tuition fee (per academic year): Maximum 3,500 EUR

Graduates will become qualified experts in informatics and systems engineering.

This study programme trains students to design and apply ICT and computer-based methods in decision-making processes.

Specialised courses cover: geo-information technologies, cartography for spatial-oriented tasks, multi-criteria decision-making in public administration, etc. Students are likely to find careers in state administration, self-governing bodies, specific regional agencies, and in business chambers.

Students can continue at the University of Pardubice to pursue a Master´s degree in this same study field.

Last updated Oct 2019

About the School

The University of Pardubice is one of 26 public higher education institutions in the Czech Republic and the only university in the Pardubice Region. As an internationally respected center of learning, ... Read More

The University of Pardubice is one of 26 public higher education institutions in the Czech Republic and the only university in the Pardubice Region. As an internationally respected center of learning, the University wishes to contribute continually to the development of scientific knowledge, creative human potential and advanced technologies to improve the quality of life and prosperity of the society. As the only tertiary education institution of the university type in the Pardubice Region, it wants to be a modern public university open in sharing and exchanging information and dynamically developing in contact with the surrounding world. Read less