Field of Study Details
The aim of the Information Technology Bachelor Degree Programme is to prepare alumni who are able to act as designers, programmers, and servicemen of computer systems, digital systems, computer networks, computer-based systems and programmers and administrators of database systems and information systems.
Students will understand all the layers of the computer based systems including hardware (semiconductor components, logic networks, processors, peripheral devices), software (control and data structures, object orientation, programming languages, compilers, operating systems, databases), as well as their common applications (information systems, computer networks, artificial intelligence, computer graphics and multimedia). They will understand foundations of computer science (discrete mathematics, formal languages and their models, spectral analysis of signals, modelling and simulation). Graduates will be able to analyse, design, implement, test, and maintain common computer applications. They will be able to work efficiently in teams.
Graduates usually work like analysts, designers, programmers, testers, and maintenance specialists for computer applications (e.g., information systems, web applications, mobile devices), digital systems, computer systems and computer networks.
The State Final Examination has two parts: A defence of the Bachelor Thesis, and an oral colloquium. This oral colloquium is based on compulsory courses.
- Information System for Supporting the Third Age University Program
- Evaluation of User Interfaces
- Pseudocolours for Medicine Data Visualization
- Software for GPS System Status Evaluation
- Multiresolution Image Segmentation
- Chip Card Program Verifier
- Shape Modification for 2D Vector Models
- Fractal Compression of One-Dimensional Signal
- Interactive Visualization of Indoor Spaces
- Dynamic Shadow Maps
Bachelor's theses are stored at the FIT library, Božetěchova 2, Brno. The list of the bachelor's theses, including the details is available at:
Choose academic year and curriculum
This study plan is for students that have started their studies in academic year 2015/2016 or later. Unlike the initial form of the study plan, the following changes are important for students:
- As of academic year 2019/20, IDA - Discrete Mathematics course isn't opened and was instead replaced with IDM - Discrete Mathematics and ILG - Linear Algebra courses. Students that haven't completed the IDA course are obliged to enroll in both replacement courses - IDM and ILG - at the earliest opportunity. Students that have completed the IDA course cannot enroll in either of the replacement courses.
- As of academic year 2019/20, IMA - Mathematical Analysis course isn't opened and was instead replaced with IMA1 - Mathematical Analysis 1 (as of academic year 2019/20) and IMA2 - Mathematical Analysis 2 (opened from academic year 2020/21) courses. Students that haven't completed the IMA course are obliged to enroll in both replacement courses - IMA1 and IMA2 - at the earliest opportunity. Students that have completed the IMA course cannot enroll in either of the replacement courses.
- As of academic year 2020/21, INM - Numerical Methods and Probability course isn't opened and was instead replaced with IPT - Probability and Statistics course. Students that haven't completed the INM course are obliged to enroll in the replacement course - IPT - at the earliest opportunity. Students that have completed the INM course cannot enroll in the replacement course.
- Failing to complete either of the three courses mentioned above does not count towards the option to repeat the replacement compulsory courses.
- As of academic year 2022/23, the course IDM - Discrete Mathematics for 5 credits is divided into 2 courses: IDM - Discrete Mathematics for 4 credits and IZLO - Introduction to Logic for Computer Science. Students who have not taken IDM for 5 credits are required to enroll in the replacement courses IDM for 4 credits and IZLO for 2 credits at the earliest opportunity. Students who have completed the IDM for 5 credits will automatically have the IZLO recognized for 0 credits as an indication of a completed requirement.
- Failure to complete the original required IDM course for 5 credits does not count towards the ability to repeat the IZLO course.
A student must first enroll in the compulsory and compulsory-elective courses they have to repeat. Then the student can enroll in compulsory and compulsory-elective courses for that given year. And only after that can the student enroll in elective courses. If a student does not enroll in all compulsory and compulsory-elective courses (with the exception of ITT - Term Thesis and IBT - Bachelor's Thesis courses), they can enroll in at most one elective course in that semester.
As of academic year 2018/19, students of the 3rd year can submit an application to enroll in up to three any courses from the master's study programme. These courses will be treated as elective courses during bachelor's studies. Applications can be submitted at the "Study - Administrative procedures" section of FIT IS and will be reviewed with students' study results taken into consideration.
|IMP||Microprocessors and Embedded Systems||6||C||Cr+Ex||FIT|
|IMS||Modelling and Simulation||5||C||Cr+Ex||FIT|
|ISA||Network Applications and Network Administration||5||C||Cr+Ex||FIT|
|ITU||User Interface Programming||5||C||ClCr||FIT|
|BPC-RR1||Control Theory 1||7||E||Cr+Ex||FEKT|
|IP3||Project Practice 3||5||E||ClCr||FIT|
|IZV||Data Analysis and Visualization in Python||4||E||ClCr||FIT|
|BPC-RR2||Control Theory 2||6||E||Cr+Ex||FEKT|
|IMU||Multimedia Transmission over IP Networks *)||4||E||ClCr||FIT|
Duty: C - compulsory, CEx - compulsory-elective group x, R - recommended, E - elective