Master of Information Technology
The follow-up Master's degree programme Information Technology and Artificial Intelligence develops and deepens the knowledge and skills acquired at the bachelor's level of Information Technology studies. The program is taught in English language and it is open for foreign students and for czech students with desire to study in English language. It develops especially the ability to analyze problems (also by formal means) and the ability to find creative solutions both independently and in team management. At the same time, it broadens and deepens knowledge for general information technologies (possibilities and limits of classical informatics, computability, complexity, parallelization and communication, modern architectures of computer systems, various paradigms of programming, data handling, implementation and evaluation of experiments) and at the same time it offers the possibility to deepen a certain direction of information technology by offering a high portion of elective courses and by high emphasis on individual study and creative work of the students through the diploma thesis and the year project in the first year of the study. The program also aims to give graduates the ability to smooth lifelong learning and adapt to trends in a very progressively developing and dynamically changing field of information technology.
The graduate of the follow-up study program Information Technology and Artificial Intelligence has a broad view of the field of information technology with an understanding of the limits of possibilities. His expertise covers machine architectures currently used in information technology, various paradigms of programming such machines, processing and data intensive technologies, and technologies used to implement artificial intelligence. Further specific knowledge deepens in the chosen direction according to the selected specialization. The graduate is able to perform critical analysis of problems in this area, has the ability to propose effective solutions to such problems. Thanks to his deep knowledge of the tools and procedures used today, he is also able to implement these solutions. He/she is able to use some of the research methods to obtain new information. A broad theoretical basis allows it to easily adapt to area development and flexibility in the labor market, giving the ability to make independent decisions in a changing environment and the ability to formulate assignments for professional activities, coordinate them and take responsibility for their results.
In practice, the graduate will work as an independent creative worker in the field of information technology, ie in positions focused on development and testing of applications of various IT directions, information systems and their security, intelligent systems and devices, computer and embedded systems, cyberphysical systems, networks and communication, graphics, multimedia, and user interfaces of information technology, and also works as a team leader.
Sign up and pay the admission fee
Applicants for degree programmes given in the English language are required to:
- sign up using the application form,
- submit to Mrs. Studená their CV, including the list of relevant IT courses they have passed (including their final marks), a motivation letter and their best copyright project in IT (technical report + source codes*) - all in one archive file),
- pay an admission fee in the amount of EUR 28.
The deadline for application and payment of the admission fee is April 15.
The FIT Study department will contact the applicants within two weeks after the application deadline and provide them with detailed information on further steps to be taken. The applicants might be asked to have up to 2 hours of Skype interviews as a part of the quality assessment procedure. The interview may include questions about prerequisites or programming skills (see Admission procedure rules, Annex 1).
The applicants will be informed about the results of the admission procedure by 15 May.
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