Conference paper

EYSSELT Miloš. Bakalářský studijní program na oboru Výpočetní technika a informatika. In: Proceedings of the First Wokshop on Higher Education in Informatics HEInfo'99. 4.-5. listopadu, Smolenice: unknown, 1999, pp. 37-43. ISBN 80-227-1276-0. Available from: /~eysselt/info/bc_1999.htm
Publication language:czech
Original title:Bakalářský studijní program na oboru Výpočetní technika a informatika
Title (en):Computer Science and Engineering: A Proposed Curriculum for a Degree Programme at the Bachelor Level
Pages:37-43
Proceedings:Proceedings of the First Wokshop on Higher Education in Informatics HEInfo'99
Conference:First Wokshop on Higher Education in Informatics HEInfo'99
Place:4.-5. listopadu, Smolenice, SK
Year:1999
URL:/~eysselt/info/bc_1999.htm
ISBN:80-227-1276-0
URL:http://www.fit.vutbr.cz/~eysselt/info/bc_1999.htm [HTML]
Keywords
degree programme at the bachelor level, Computer Science and Engineering branch, two-level studies
Annotation
Paper deals with a proposed curriculum for a degree programme at the bachelor level on the CS&E branch. The bachelor study plan gives a student basic acquirements of hardware practice, and database and information systems practice.
Abstract
"Computer Science and Engineering: A Proposed Curriculum for a Degree Programme at the Bachelor Level" is a paper in Czech (contact the author).

This paper deals with a proposed curriculum for a degree programme at the bachelor level (bachelor degree programme) on the Computer Science and Engineering branch. This bachelor degree programme is devided into two-level studies: The first four terms of studies (representing 120 credits) are called the first study level which is finished standardly by a oral comprehensive examination. The first study level is a common part of studies with the degree programme at the master level (master degree programme). Students who did not pass the comprehensive examination (this examination is compulsory for students in master degree programme), or students who want to obtain the bachelor degree only, these students can enter into the three-term second study level of the bachelor degree programme (representing additional 90 credits for compulsory, optional and recommended courses in a prescribed structure). The bachelor study plan is prepared so that it gives a student basic acquirements of both hardware practice, and database and information systems practice. The bachelor degree programme is finished by the defence of the Bachelor Project and oral final state examination. The following link gives a reader a basic information on the second study level of the bachelor study plan. This information was prepared for candidates of the bachelor degree, and it is in Czech.

BibTeX:
@INPROCEEDINGS{
   author = {Milo{\v{s}} Eysselt},
   title = {Bakal{\'{a}}{\v{r}}sk{\'{y}} studijn{\'{i}} program na oboru
	V{\'{y}}po{\v{c}}etn{\'{i}} technika a informatika},
   pages = {37--43},
   booktitle = {Proceedings of the First Wokshop on Higher Education in
	Informatics HEInfo'99},
   year = {1999},
   location = {4.-5. listopadu, Smolenice, SK},
   ISBN = {80-227-1276-0},
   language = {czech},
   url = {http://www.fit.vutbr.cz/research/view_pub.php?id=5754}
}

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