Title of qualification: Computer Science Operational Engineer
Duration of education:
ECTS value: Preparatory course 20 credits+ Bachelor program 180 credits.
Structure of the program: The program combines academic and profession oriented & practice-oriented subjects in a proportion of 33-67 % of the total credits.
|DISCIPLINARY MODULES||INTERDISCIPLINARY MODULES|
|Practice Module||Free Elective Module|
|Specialization Module||Economics & Humanities Module|
|Core Disciplinary Module||Science Module|
Description of the program:
The program’s qualification objectives are equivalent to the European Qualification Framework System 6th level, and Hungarian National Qualification Framework system 6th level.
The aim of the course is the education of IT-professionals who can understand IT processes in general, and capable of internationalization for global business/institutional environment. They are capable of:
Specialized focus areas:
Domains of Study:
Programming languages I-II-III, IT security, Programming paradigms, methods, User interfaces, data visualization, Databases I-II, Software testing, Software architecture, System planning, System operation/maintenance, System modelling, Operation systems, Computer networks, Electronics
The KJU BProf in Computer Science Operational Engineering's position:
Cooperating Business Partners:
PC Trade Systems LTD: agricultural informatics, IT security, implementation and operation of IT systems; trading of IT tools; software development;
SolvencyLab LTD in partnership with SUPRA LTD. and ISEEQ LTD.:data center management and development, big data analysis, blockchain technology developments, digital financial technology (fintech) developments, visual technology (AR-VR), and digital marketing technology, software and hardware development, developments and business applications in the field of neuroscience; Conson Computing LTD.
Distinctive features for possible careers:
Positions: International (ISCO), European (ESCO) Employment Codes:
Software and applications developers and analysts; System analyst (information technology); Software developer; Network and multimedia developer; Applications programmer; Database and network analysts, operators; Database designer and operator; System administrator; Computer network analyst; ect.
About the Department of Computer Science:
The Department of Informatics (Computer Science) and each of its courses try to realize more and more layers of the KNUTH’s principle in each affected professional field:” Science is what we understand well enough to explain to a computer. Art is everything else we do.”Therefore Students will be conducted by teachers/experts individual and/or in small groups to understand the world in such a way too, which lead to the capability of transferring knowledge into source code (c.f. knowledge engineering)Parallel, the Students will be supported to be able to create qualitative (effective and efficient) codes. One of the main focuses is the field of the IT-security, where Students will be prepared to achieve robust sovereignty. The other key element is the artificial intelligence where knowledge will be derived from data.
“The reason why I chose KJU was because I liked what they offered within the bachelor course. My ideal university is an institution which has highly experienced lecturers, who are knowledgeable, who focus on their students’ demands and not just pass on the theory. The courses and the contents offered a KJU are not similar to anything I have experienced before, the theories are not based on the timetable or certain textbooks, they are tailor-made to each student. Thus, we are not just studying in a repetitive mode where theory and practical studies are occurring. On the contrary, we are working individually and in teams to carry out different projects, and at each step we communicate and update our lecturers for improvements and there is always feedback for further developments. Whenever we need assistance in our studies, or if we have any questions, the lecturers are always available and helpful!”
Patrik Bartók, Computer Science Operational Engineering BProf., winner of the Linguistics and Informatics Section of the Institutional Scientific Student Conference.