Magister degree second-cycle studies allow students to advance their knowledge and skills related to the design and programming of IT systems. It provides an opportunity to develop the ability to solve abstract problems and encourage students to work in a high-tech environment. The program produces specialists with both broad knowledge of the subject matter and the required practical skills.
The Faculty participates in the programs of leading software producers: the Microsoft Academy and Oracle Academy, which allows students to benefit from the training materials developed by the companies, and the best students are certified upon completion of the training.
Students have the opportunity to pursue their research interests in the thriving KINO IT student science club, and it is not unusual for them to win top positions in the ImagineCup competition, which is the largest technology competition for students.
Excellent infrastructure of the Faculty (Information Technology Center) encourages the development of academic interests - students have access to the latest technologies, including: a laboratory of artificial intelligence in imaging and recognition, a laboratory of mixed reality and film techniques, a laboratory of animation and computer games, a biometrics laboratory, and a laboratory of mobile systems.
* specialization available only to full-time students
Graduates with a degree in Applied Computer Science from the Faculty of FTIMS find it easy to secure employment, which is facilitated by a curriculum that fully addresses the needs of the job market. Companies, i.e. future employers, monitor and evaluate the curricula.
Graduates are employed, among others, as: