The Department offers four-year undergraduate studies, as well as postgraduate and doctoral studies. In addition to the theoretical foundation of basic science, the curriculum provides a specialization of knowledge in emerging areas of Digital Transformation, such as primary precision production (precision agriculture, etc.), Internet of Things, big data analysis, artificial intelligence, etc. These sectors already have a major impact on the economy and are characterized by a constant and increased demand for highly trained scientists. These characteristics provide the graduates of the Department with an excellent employment perspective. Graduates of the Digital Systems Department have the same professional rights as graduates of any university department of Informatics and their professional possibilities include jobs:
- in education (as IT teachers)
- in research at a theoretical and applied level,
- in the development of application software for conventional, mobile, and embedded computing devices,
- in the development of applications on the World Wide Web,
- in the integration of precision technologies in primary production,
- in the networking of any kind of device on the “internet of things”,
- in the discovery of knowledge using “data mining”,
- in artificial intelligence applications, etc.
In addition, the graduates of the Department have all the needed background knowledge to continue their studies at postgraduate and/or doctoral level.