Informatics

 
Degree: Master
University: Czech University of Life Sciences Prague , Faculty: Faculty of Economics and Management
City: Prague , Country: Czech Republic
Discipline: Natural Sciences
 
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  • Start Date of Studies September
  • Admission deadline Exchange Students:15 June for the Winter Semester, 15 December for the Summer Semester; Degree Students: 15 February
  • Language English
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  • Programme Description

    Programme Description

    * Graduates have profound theoretical knowledge in statistic, operation and system analysis, system theory and modelling of technical, economical and social systems, information technologies and information engineering. Special knowledge of graduates are completed by the knowledge of the base of economy management, marketing and other social sciences as politology, sociology and philosophy. They have a base knowledge of theoretical disciplines such as discrete mathematics algorithm theory, formal logic as a base of computer science. They understand theories, concepts and methods commonly used in production, marketing, services, governmental administration and financial sector, insurance and military.
    * They understand to principles of logical and functional programming and have detail knowledge of a object approach to a data flow analysis of user needs analysis and of the object design and implementation of information systems.
    * They understand to principles on the base of enterprise and geographical information systems design, to modern methods for internet application design, to methods of information tools and data collections quality measurement and are able to evaluate a quality on the objective manner.
    * They have knowledge necessary for system integration of complex information systems. They understand to principles of logical and functional programming and have detail knowledge of a object approach to a data flow analysis of user needs analysis and of the object design and implementation of information systems. They understand to the so called artificial intelligence principles.
    * Acquired knowledge of graduates is related to new findings in the science area. Those finding are the base for original reasoning and enable graduates to take a pert in development. Graduates have a critical cognizance of problems in the science area and in a interfaces between science specializations. The knowledge of graduates enables them to pretend for the study in PhD study programmes. The have an undoubted cognizance on limits of its knowledge and on its further study content.

 
 
 

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