Degree class: L-8 and L-31
Information Engineering and Computer Science
Director of the Degree Course: Prof. Johann Gamper
The Bachelor programme
The objective of this three-year Bachelor is on one hand to create professionally equipped experts who will find immediate employment in the sector of information and communication technologies. On the other hand, it shall also provide a solid educational basis for postgraduate studies. The subjects that characterize the course include the foundations in mathematics and computer science, but also advanced methods and techniques of computer science and their application for problem solving in various application domains. For specialization, students can choose from a list of subjects in computer science or do an internship. Classes are held predominantly in English.
Basic and advanced courses: Mathematics, Programming, Programming Paradigms, Formal Languages, Management Engineering, Data Structures and Algorithms, Architecture of Digital Systems, Logic, Software Engineering, Database Systems, Operating Systems, Internet and Mobile Services, Intelligent Systems, Information Security.
General skills courses: Presentation, Communication & Scientific Writing and Project Management and Professional Ethics.
Compulsory internship together with the thesis and optional internship in the context of the specialization.
Graduates find work in the planning, development and use of computer systems, in companies that produce hardware or software for computer systems or networks, or in public or private companies where computer technology is used in a variety of applications.
Graduates may sit the state examination required to practise as a junior information engineer (Ingegnere dell’Informazione junior).
Degree Committee of the Bachelor in Computer Science and Engineering
- Prof. Johann Gamper, President
- Prof. Alberto Sillitti
- Prof. Sergio Tessaris
- Matteo Biasi, Student Representative
Responsible for the Study Course
Responsible for Services to Students
- prof, Johann Gamper
- prof. Alberto Sillitti
- prof. Sergio Tessaris