Moderní obor Informační technologie vám poskytne široké uplatnění v praxi. Z předmětů vás čeká matematika, elektronika, programování a mnoho dalších. Aktivně se zapojíte do výzkumů, kde potrénujete své praktické dovednosti. Až dostudujete, firmy se o vás zuřivě poperou. Budou z vás analytici, programátoři, testeři či údržbáři rozličných softwarových systémů nebo také manažeři a podnikatelé v oblasti ICT. Po bakalářském studiu můžete také pokračovat dál v navazujícím magisterském studiu.
Information technology moves the world
students gain practical experience
students successfully pass the State Final Examination
graduates find work in the month or continue in a master degree
40 938 Kč
is the average starting salary for graduates
V prvním ročníku si osvojíte základní znalosti nutné k dalšímu studiu IT od matematiky a elektroniky, přes programování a číslicové systémy až po operační systémy. Studenti mohou dále využít řadu podpůrných seminářů (počítačový, matematický, fyzikální) nebo různé společenskovědní a jazykové předměty.
Compulsory Courses - Winter
They will pass on all their knowledge and hold you in difficult moments
Doc. Dr. Ing.
Dušan Kolář is the head of the Department of Information Systems. During your studies, you will meet him in the courses Advanced Database Systems and Functional and Logic Programming. He focuses on formal languages, their processing and reverse translation (eg in FIT/Avast cooperation).
Prof. Dr. Ing.
He teaches Signals and Systems, mostly a hated object full of complex numbers, convolutions, and other disgusts. Only later will the students appreciate that they will be useful in their life in the processing of sound, video, but also sensory or large-scale data. He like to advise thoughtful students with many projects including Erasmus+.
He is a theoretical computer scientist and expert on compiler design, formal languages and automata. Formerly, he taught theoretical computer science at various Asian, European and American universities, including the University of Missouri, where he spent a decade teaching advanced topics of formal language theory. He wrote over ninety scientific papers and several books.
As a member of Formal Models research group he studies formal languages. He assigns and evaluates students' projects in Formal Languages and Compilers course and Principles of Programming Languages course. He tries to be helpful but the points have to be earned. Outside school he organizes Animefest.
Tomas likes to work on the edge between mathematics, formal methods, and their applications in computer science and engineering. He is interested in static analysis and verification with formal roots but also dynamic analysis and testing. He lectures on operating systems too. Apart from the factual contents of the different courses, he strives to teach students to think systematically and to precisely formulate their ideas.
His main interest is quality control of software. He puts a lot of effort in research of software testing and helps students to create functional and bug-free programs. He does not bring knowledge and experience as is, he rather leads students to think about complex problems and solutions by themselves while providing real scenarios from practise.
What are we talking about?
Kilojoules and protein intake, eating chicken with rice instead of burger with fries - do you think that only bodybuilders worry about their diet? That's not the case at all! Everyone should be interested in nutrition, whether they want to lose weight, build muscles, or just maintain the same weight they had when they were twenty (if advisable). It should now be easier than ever to create the perfect diet thanks to an app developed by a computer science student from Brno University of Technology. Lovers of sweets or the aforementioned burger will also find something to enjoy.
If you want to found a faculty, you need a notebook. Preferably a lined oneHe has been coming to the building at Božetěchova since 1969. When Tomáš Hruška spent days and nights here working with a mainframe computer as a student at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering in the 1970s, it probably would not have occurred to him that he would one day be the first Dean of the Faculty of Information Technology to be established here. He still remembers founding of FIT as one of the most enjoyable periods of his long career.