Bachelor Programme

Study Programme Informatics

The programme is built on a common theoretical basis consisting of 21 compulsory courses totaling 119 ECTS credits (total workload is 180 ECTS credits) to equip graduates with the knowledge and skills at all levels of ICT architectures. Structure of the program reflects the recommendations of ACM and IEEE CS, the world's most recognized authorities in the field of informatics degree programs. The program is divided into six branches, each of which is characterized by a group of six compulsory branch courses.

One of these branches - Web and Software Engineering, is internally divided into three specializations: Software Engineering, Web Engineering, and Computer Graphics.

Profiles of graduates from all branches of the program builds on a common foundation of mathematics (analysis, algebra, logic, discrete mathematics, graph theory, probability and statistics), theoretical computer science (algorithms, formal languages and automata, complexity theory) and IT courses, covering all levels of architectures of ICT systems (digital and analog circuitry, processor architecture and hardware tools, operating systems, databases, computer networks, security, software engineering and programming.

Study Plans

Study plans are available at Bachelor study programme Informatics

Study Branches open for admission in 2019 (for study starting in October 2019)

Computer Science

  • principles and possibilities of programming languages,
  • inteligent sytems and reliable programs,
  • efficient algorithms and how to use them.

More information is available at Computer Science Bachelor (BIE-TI).

Computer Security and Information technology

  • computer security,
  • administration and configuration of networks, www servers, and databases,
  • understanding of operation systems (servicing, debugging, scrippting).

More information is available at Computer Security and Information technology (BIE-BIT)

Web and Software Engineering, specialization Software Engineering

  • realization of large scale software,
  • analysis, development, implementation and testing,
  • work in software teams (SW firm acting).

More information is available at Web and Software Engineering, specialization Software Engineering (BIE-WSI-SI).


If you have any questions about the admission procedure to the bachelor degree program, feel free to contact us at The usual administration associated with the study, students solve with their study officers. Self-funded students can also contact the study advisor Ms. Jitka Rybníčková. She can help students with the planning of subjects or with the overcoming obstacles during the study. An appointment must be arranged by email.

Jitka Rybníčková - profile

Mgr. Jitka Rybníčková, Ph.D.

Study Advisor for Bachelor Self-funded Students

Assistant Lecturer at the Department of Applied Mathematics

Last modified: 17.10.2019, 10:30