From games developer to manager of IT and communications services,
you'll have a range of opportunities open to you as a computer science graduate!
Graduates will be knowledgeable in general issues connected with information technology such as, programming, computer networks, database systems, software engineering. Moreover, they will have gained specialised knowledge in the IT area of their choice. After graduation, you could launch your career as, for instance:
- an information technology specialist in various private and state companies (for instance, offices, public transport and medicare units)
- a computer graphic specialist in advertising agencies or media
- a specialist in design studios
- a specialist on posts connected with information technology systems and tools in all economic entities using logistics services and in specialised logistic companies providing logistic services
- a designer of specialist computer systems and software
- a specialist in software development
- an internet systems and multimedia presentations designer
- an administrator/operator of ICT networks
Graduates of the undergraduate programme in Computer Science & IT can enroll on the graduate programme which is a collaborative initiative with Clark University, USA. In this programme, students can obtain an American Master of Science in Information Technology.