List of Degree Courses

Engineering Informatics (B, N 3902)

Information and Control Technologies (Bc. Degree) (3902T052)

Within this three-year course, students work towards mastering subjects like Mathematics and Physics: At the Bachelor Degree level, they graduate in subjects in the fields of IT Applications, System Theories, and Computer and Automation Technology. Students of this programme are led to master practical knowledge and skills in the use of various types of computer technologies - both for the purpose of programme equipment creation for information and database systems in local and network environments, and for scientific purposes - e.g. technical calculations and for the Automatic Control of Technological Processes. They will be able to independently perform programming and routine work using computer technologies.

With their acquired knowledge and experience, graduates can continue in their studies in the follow-on Masters Degree programme in accredited study discipline courses focused on Information Technologies. It is presupposed that they will be able to perform technical and junior functions in the workplace.

Security Technologies, Systems and Management (Bc. Degree) (3902R039)

Within this three-year course, students work towards a first degree by studying theoretical subjects like Mathematics and Physics, and Engineering disciplines like Mechanics, Materials Theory and Electrical Engineering. They master knowledge in the Mechanical and Electronic Elements of Object Security, and Computer Technology and Informatics, with an emphasis on Data Security. Apart from the theoretical and technical disciplines, the course also includes Economics, Finance, Management and Legal subjects, as well as focusing on Detective and Criminal work - while still remaining technically oriented. Emphasis is placed on Commercial Security Technology and the technical means of its implementation.

Automatic Control and Informatics (Ing. Degree) (3902T037)

In this follow-on Master's Degree course, students extend their knowledge and gain practical experience and skills in using various types of computer technologies - both within the Automatic Control of Technological Processes field and in Administration and Database Information Processing in a Networked Environment field. They shall be capable of independent programming and computer-based systemic work, as well as participating in the development of projects aimed at the Control and Management of manufacturing and commercial-trading companies.

Information Technologies (Ing. Degree) (1802T007)

This Master´s Degree course increases students' knowledge of Applied Informatics, particularly the use of computer technologies in Text, Data and Database Processing, Programming, Operating Systems and Computer Networks. Emphasis is placed on Information Transfers via the Internet. Subjects taught include Technical and Theoretical Cybernetics, Measurement, Optimization, Economics, and Management. Students are educated to be able to work independently as scientists and programmers.

Integrated Systems in Buildings (Ing. Degree) (3902T048)

This Master's Degree course focuses on problems associated with innovative approaches to securing the operation of new and existing buildings. Currently, buildings are being fitted with interconnected and centrally-controlled Central Energy, Information and Security Systems. However, these are supplier-bound and difficult to modify. In this specialisation, students gain theoretical and practical knowledge as well as design and experimental skills. Graduates may work for research establishments, manufacturing companies, and firms involved in Integrated Buildings Systems and Information Technologies Management.

Security Technologies, Systems and Management (Ing. Degree) (3902T039)

Within this Master's Degree programme, students extend their technical knowledge essential for the optimum use of the technical means of security systems. At the same time, they learn how to deal with critical situations in a systematic way and how to analyse possible risks - not only on the basis of local situations and conditions, but also in a broader geo-political and social context. Students are encouraged to be active and creative while managing technical and general information. This a markedly interdisciplinary programme.

Computer and Communication Systems (3902T045) (Ing. Degree)

The Master's Degree course “Computer and Communication Systems“, represents the interconnection of Computers and Communication Systems into one complex. Both original courses gain, through this interconnection, new characters. They bring together Natural and Mobile Integration in Real Environments in Computer Technology. They enable Motion-Picture-Processing and Multichannel Sound at Point-of-Origin, the potential utilisation of new Electronic and Optical Data Recording Mediums for Archiving, and Image-Sequence-Processing and Sound-recording for Communication possibilities.

Many new processing methods are offered by audio and video signal digitisation for Communications Engineering, especially by using audio and video compression that leads to increased transmission speeds, effective recording and new algorithms for audio and video processing by digital modulation - by means of the preliminary use of additional signal processing. Extension of computer use in the multimedia field is undergoing very dynamic progress. New methods of processing and technical realisation procedures are supported by the origin of new recommendations / standards.

IT Teaching in Secondary Schools (Ing. Degree) (7504T077)

This Master's Degree course enables graduates to work as Primary and Secondary School IT Teachers . It is aimed at extending students' knowledge of the Informatics field. They acquire the requisite knowledge and skills essential for high-quality IT teaching (i.e. Computer Technology and similar subjects) in primary and secondary schools. The course consists of interdisciplinary subjects which provide future IT teachers with a wide perspective on didactic and educational problems they might later face in primary and secondary education. These subjects are closely interconnected with the teaching practice students must complete over the two years. Simultaneously, course members study subjects important - not just for a career in teaching, but also for a specialist career in Informatics. Some of these subjects are: Computer Networks, Artificial Intelligence Methods, System Programming, Website Creation, etc.

Engineering Informatics (Ph.D. Degree)

This Ph.D. Degree course follows-on within the framework of structured study at the Bachelor´s Degree level and the follow-on Masters Degree courses of Information Technologies and Security Technologies, Systems and Management accredited within the Engineering Informatics study programme. The course covers theoretical and practical application problems of modern information technologies to the whole complex of the application field with an emphasis on Software and Hardware Problem-solving in Information Systems, Artificial intelligence, Communication and Alarm Systems and the Data-security field.
This course - with its concentration on the dissertation thesis topic, is further sub-divided into the specialisations "Information Technologies" and "Security Technologies, Systems and Management".

Automatic Control and Informatics (Ph.D. Degree)

This Ph.D. Degree course follows-on within the framework of structured study at the Bachelor´s  Degree course level: Information and Control Technologies, and its follow-on and Master´s Degree course: Automatic Control and Informatics, accredited within the Engineering Informatics study programme. The course covers the theoretical and practical applications of problems of modern information technologies to application fields with an emphasis on the Computerised Automatic Control of Production Processes field.