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Computer Science programs at the Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science in Opole UniversityThe Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science runs four programs in the field of computer science, two undergraduate and two graduate ones.The undergraduate (first cycle) programs take either three or three and a half years and the graduates obtain the Licentiate*) of computer science or, respectively, ‘Inżynier’ of computer science degree. The graduate Master’s programs take either twoyears or one and a half years (for candidates with the ‘Inżynier’ degree) and the graduates obtain the degree of Master's of Computer Science. *) In Poland, the Licentiate degree corresponds to the Bachelor's degree Licentiate programStudents of the undergraduate program can select (after the first semester) one of the following specializations:
The requirements to obtain the Licentiate degree are:
Graduation requirements for all specializations:Each student is required to complete all mandatory courses and the required number of elective courses as specified in the study program which complies with the graduation requirements for undergraduate computer science studies as described in the ministerial regulation dated July 12, 2007 (Dz. U. z 2007, Nr 164, poz. 1164, annex 45).Professional standards:Each graduate of the program is qualified to work for IT companies that construct, implement or provide maintenance of IT tools and systems and for other companies that use such tools and systems, particularly in their chosen specializations.InżynierprogramStudents of the undergraduate three and a half years program can select (after the first semester) one of the following specializations:
The requirements to obtain the Inżynier degree are:
Graduation requirements for all specializations:Each student is required to complete all mandatory courses and the required number of elective courses as specified in the study program which complies with the graduation requirements for undergraduate computer science studies as described in the ministerial regulation dated July 12, 2007 (Dz. U. z 2007, Nr 164, poz. 1164, annex 45).Professional standards:Each graduate of the program is qualified to work for IT companies that construct, implement or provide maintenance of IT tools and systems and for other companies that use such tools and systems, particularly in their chosen specializations.Master's programStudents of the graduate program can select one of the following specializations:
The requirements to obtain the Master's degree in the twoyear program are:
The requirements to obtain the Master's degree in the oneandahalfyear program are:
Graduation requirements for all specializations:Each student is required to complete all mandatory courses and the required number of elective courses as specified in the study program which complies with the graduation requirements for Master's program in computer science as described in the ministerial regulation dated July 12, 2007 (Dz. U. z 2007, Nr 164, poz. 1164, annex 45).Professional standards:Each graduate is expected:1. To have a thorough knowledge of principal computer science areas and an extended knowledge of their selected specialization; 2. To solve informatics problems and to give opinions, even those based on incomplete or limited information while complying legal and ethical principles. Link to the list of courses offered during academic year 2013/2014 Mathematics programs at the Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science in Opole UniversityThe Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science runs two programs in the field of mathematics.The first one is a threeyear undergraduate (first cycle) Licentiate program, whose graduates obtain the Licentiate*) of Mathematics degree. The second one is a twoyear graduate Master's program, whose graduates obtain the degree of Master's of Mathematics. *) In Poland, the Licentiate degree corresponds to the Bachelor's degree Licentiate programStudents of the undergraduate program can select (after the first semester) one of the following specializations:
The requirements to obtain the Licentiate degree are:
Graduation requirements for all specializations:Each student is required to complete all mandatory courses and the required number of elective courses as specified in the study program which complies with the graduation requirements for undergraduate mathematics studies as described in the ministerial regulation dated July 12, 2007 (Dz. U. z 2007, Nr 164, poz. 1164, annex 64).Professional standards for FM, AM and MMDA specializations:Each graduate of the program is qualified to occupy professional positions that require the knowledge of mathematical methods and their applications, particularly in their chosen specializations: in finance, insurance companies, trade and industrial companies, and in consulting firms.Professional standards for DM specialization:The graduates are qualified to teach mathematics, as their main specialization, and informatics, as their additional specialization, in elementary and junior high schools (compliant with the ministerial regulation dated Sept. 7. 2004 (Dz. U. z 2004, Nr 207, poz. 2110).Master's programStudents of the graduate program can select one of the following specializations:
The requirements to obtain the Master's degree are:
Graduation requirements for all specializations:Each student is required to complete all mandatory courses and the required number of elective courses as specified in the study program which complies with the graduation requirements for Master's program in mathematics as described in the ministerial regulation dated July 12, 2007 (Dz. U. z 2007, Nr 164, poz. 1164, annex 64).Professional standards for FM, AM, MMDA and TM specializations:Each graduate is expected:1. To have a thorough knowledge of principal mathematical areas and an extended knowledge of their selected specialization; 2. To possess professional skills in areas where logical, analytical and algorithmic thinking, and problem solving capabilities are required. Professional standards for DM specialization:The graduates are qualified to teach mathematics in elementary, junior and senior high schools (compliant with the ministerial regulation dated Sept. 7. 2004 (Dz. U. z 2004, Nr 207, poz. 2110). 
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