Course: Engineer Degree in Computer Science, Specialisations: Programming Technologies, Computer Graphic and Multimedia, Technologies of 3D Visualisation and Computer Games

General

Program Description

Description

The aim of the studies in Information Technology is to prepare modern and comprehensively educated specialists. Proposed by the Academy of Humanities and Economics program is the most recent and original response to the practical academic training to the requirements of the educational system and the demand of the labor market. Information Technology conducted in English (online) is a field of study for all students interested in acquiring knowledge in three offered specialties:

  • Programming Technologies
  • Computer graphics and multimedia
  • Game art and 3D graphics

The study curriculum includes:

  • the basis of programming,
  • the architecture of computer systems,
  • operating systems,
  • programming languages,
  • computer networks,
  • database systems,
  • object-oriented programming and computer graphics,
  • game art and 3D graphics
  • AI,
  • modulation and simulation systems.

Graduate destination areas

  • private sector companies and corporations
  • international IT companies
  • multidiscipline teams of programmers
  • companies of the computer games and software market
  • television, radio, advertising agencies and other companies in the media market
  • banks and other companies in the financial sector
  • organizations of public administration and local government
  • universities, schools, and other educational institutions

Diploma

Three and a half year study results in Engineer diploma in Information Technology.

Last updated Nov 2017

About the School

The University of Humanities and Economics in Lodz was established in 1993. It is the largest non-public institution of higher education in Poland. In 2007, the University gained the right to award Ph ... Read More

The University of Humanities and Economics in Lodz was established in 1993. It is the largest non-public institution of higher education in Poland. In 2007, the University gained the right to award PhDs in the following subjects: linguistics in the department of humanities, information technology in the department of technical sciences and visual arts in the department of fine arts. Read less