Degree Programme Details
Level of Education: Bachelor
Title Awarded: Bc.
Length of Study: 3 years
Form of Study: full-time
Programme Profile: academically oriented
Fields of Education: Informatics
Accreditation: 25. 6. 2019 - 25. 5. 2029
The aim of the Information Technology Bachelor Degree Programme is to prepare alumni who are able to use both hardware and software systems at a high professional level. They are able to act as designers, programmers, and servicemen of information and communication systems, digital systems, computer networks, computer-based systems and programmers and administrators of database systems and information systems. The programme is open for teachers of higher schools who aim to complete their knowledge in the branch of information technology for the purposes of teaching.
A graduates have a theoretical background in computer hardware and software. They are a qualified and flexible workers being able to adapt specific conditions at the working site.
Taught theoretical basis, especially in the field of mathematics, formal languages, algorithms, general principles of programming languages and object-oriented programming, etc., in combination with continuous preparation for mastering all aspects of research activities (including the ethical dimension in some aspects), where students use appropriate basic research procedures, provides quality preparation for both practice and further study in subsequent master's and subsequently doctoral study programmes. The aim of the programme is to develop students' ability to make independent and responsible decisions based on the framework assignment and to independently acquire additional professional knowledge, skills and competences based on personal practical experience and its evaluation. Already within the study of courses, students work in teams, where they strengthen the ability within the field to clearly and convincingly communicate their views on the issue, and problem solving and process and clearly summarize the views of other team members.
Graduates of the study programme are not only able to draw on broad theoretical knowledge in the field but are also qualified and adaptable professionals able to adapt to specific conditions in the workplace. Graduates are typically employed in professions such as analysts, designers, programmers, testers and maintenance specialists for computer applications (e.g., database and information systems, web applications, mobile devices), designers of computer systems, computer and computer network configuration specialists, secondary school IT teachers or a qualified computer businessmans.
If a graduate of the bachelor's study programme Information Technology has taken elective electrotechnical courses specified in more detail in the rules for drawing up study plans, this study programme constitutes for him/her a university bachelor's degree in another field of education, the content of which fulfils the requirements for electrotechnical education pursuant to Section 19 (2) (a) (3) of Act No.250/2021 Coll. on occupational safety in connection with the operation of reserved technical equipment and on amendments to related acts.
Nearly 100 % of FIT graduates can easily find a job these days. Even back in 2015, the average unemployment period was less than a month and according to the development at the labour market over the last couple years, we can expect that period to be significantly shorter these days. The interest in FIT graduates is further reflected by the fact that they take part in training practice during their studies.
Bachelor study programme graduates who do not continue in master degree programme find jobs in both small and medium firms as well as large companies. The employers are residential (39 %) and foreign (43 %) companies, that are usually dedicated to software and hardware development. FIT graduates employed by these companies are mostly regular employees (84 %), but a significant portion of them (15.2 %) also work in low-level to middle-level management and some of them (0.8 %) even in top-level management. FIT graduates show the highest satisfaction when it comes to their employment and salary.
Graduates are usually members of national and international development teams, that apply their knowledge in development of computer systems and applications, database and information systems, mobile and web applications, digital systems etc. Other jobs include positions such as computer systems installation technicians, network administrators or applications programmers. Graduates often start their businesses focused on development of mobile applications, database and information systems or web applications. They can find jobs also as secondary education teachers of information technology or as qualified entrepreneurs in the field of computing.
The qualities of FIT graduates that employers value the most are good basic theoretical knowledge, considerable practical capabilities, ability to work in team and high adaptability to specific workplace conditions.
Secondary education completed with the General Certificate of Secondary Education is the condition of admission to studies. An entrance exam is not a part of admissions. Instead of an entrance exam, the applicants take part in a selected test within the National Comparative Exams (NSZ) organized by SCIO company. The applicants can choose from OSP (General Study Presumptions), MAT (Mathematics) or VŠP (General Study Presumptions in Slovak). An applicant can sit for a selected test for free when he or she applies for admission soon enough. In case an applicant fulfils one of the announced conditions, he or she can ask for preferential admission and so avoid NSZ. The complete and updated rules for admissions are to be found at the following link: https://www.fit.vut.cz/applicants/.en Current decrees can be found on https://www.fit.vut.cz/fit/info/rizeni/.en
A one-term study course is the basic teaching modulus of a study plan. Every field of study has compulsory courses (a student must pass all of them), compulsorily elective ones (a student chooses the required number of courses from each group of compulsorily optional courses or the required number of credits) and optional ones. A student chooses optional courses from a list within the given field. There are two groups of compulsory elective courses in the bachelor study programme: PVA - English (the student has to pass an English exam at the BAN4 level or higher level or have it recognized) and PVT - technical (the student has to pass one of the IVH, ICP, ICS, and IJA courses). Due to the participation of students from different countries, and thus often with different language education, in addition to the specialized course English for IT, the course English is included for students in order to ensure an equal level for completion of courses in this language.
A student of the Bachelor Degree Programme must gain at least 15 credits in the 1st term of the study and at least 30 credits in every year of the study. In case a student studies just one semester in a certain academic year, the number of credits to be obtained in this year is reduced to 15 credits). In case a student registered less than 60 credits, in order to be allowed to continue the studies it is enough for him or her to obtain at least a half of the registered credits in such a year. Credits from recognized courses are not included in obtained credits for this condition. In case a student does not obtain a sufficient number of credits in a certain part of the studies, his or her studies are terminated due to non-fulfilment of the requirements according to § 56 subsection 1 letter b) of Higher Education Act.
In order to finish the Bachelor Degree Study Programme it is necessary to complete courses successfully in the total extent of at least 180 credits, to prepare a bachelor's final thesis and to pass a state final exam. The state final exam consists of a bachelor's thesis defence and an oral part of the state final exam. The oral part consists of a technical discussion about one of the announced thematic areas between the student and members of the examining committee.
The compulsory courses are composed in a way to build prerequisites for the successor courses. There are 146 credits for compulsory courses. From the compulsory elective groups, it is necessary to complete at least one course of English from the PVA group at level B1 and higher and at least one compulsory elective technical course (PVT). Both the PVA and PVT groups are of type B groups in the terms of the MEYS methodology. Elective courses are offered after compulsory courses which prepare for them the theoretical background. The number of credits for elective courses is a supplement to 180 credits. The lesson is composed of 50-minute time slots.
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.
Specialised industrial practice is not required.
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
- Detection of People in Room Using Low-Cost Thermal Imaging Camera
- 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:
- Faculty library offers students over 20 000 items, 55 magazine titles, 100 study seats, 20 seats with computers, 2 seminar rooms and reprographic services. The number of items was increased by 605 since 2017, with the total resources for development of library fund amounting to 800 thousand Czech crowns in 2017.
- Aside from specialized labs, students can use 160 seats with computers in computer pavilions in the Computer centre.
- All computers are connected to Internet and the whole faculty area is covered with Wi-Fi network, that can be used by all students as well as faculty employees.
- Students have access to electronic form of presentations used during the lectures in practically all courses, most compulsory and compulsory-elective courses even offer study support materials.
- All teachers are obliged to create a schedule for individual consultations prior to the beginning of a semester.
- Both lecture complexes are equipped with audiovisual technology allowing lecture recording.
Brno university of technology provides studies for persons with health disabilities according to section 21 par. 1 e) of the Act no. 111/1998, about universities and about the change and supplementing other laws (Higher Education Act) as amended, and according to the requirements in this field arising from Government Regulation No. 274/2016 Coll., on standards for accreditation in higher education, provides services for study applicants and students with specific needs within the scope and in form corresponding with the specification stated in Annex III to Rules for allocation of a financial contribution and funding for public universities by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports, specifying financing additional costs of studies for students with specific needs.
Services for students with specific needs at BUT are carried out through the activities of specialized workplace - Alfons counselling center, which is a part of BUT Lifelong Learning Institute - Student counselling section.
Counselling center activities and rules for making studies accessible are guaranteed by the university through a valid Rector's directive 11/2017 concerning the status of study applicants and students with specific needs at BUT. This internal standard guarantees minimal stadards of provided services.
Services of the counselling center are offered to all study applicants and students with any and all types of health disabilities stated in the Methodological standard of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports.
It is not necessary to complete specific secondary schools to be accepted into the study program. However, it mostly follows schools such as secondary industrial and vocational schools with a focus on IT.Graduates can continue their studies within the master study programme Information technology at FIT BUT or within related degree programmes at other universities.
|1.||Kolář Dušan, doc. Dr. Ing.||UIFS FIT VUT||chairman|
|2.||Černocký Jan, prof. Dr. Ing.||UPGM FIT VUT||councillor internal|
|3.||Dytrych Jaroslav, Ing., Ph.D.||UPGM FIT VUT||councillor internal|
|4.||Eysselt Miloš, Ing., CSc.||UPSY FIT VUT||councillor internal|
|5.||Fučík Otto, doc. Dr. Ing.||UPSY FIT VUT||councillor internal|
|6.||Hanáček Petr, doc. Dr. Ing.||UITS FIT VUT||councillor internal|
|7.||Hliněná Dana, doc. RNDr., Ph.D.||UMAT FEKT VUT||councillor internal|
|8.||Honzík Jan M., prof. Ing., CSc.||UIFS FIT VUT||councillor internal|
|9.||Hruška Tomáš, prof. Ing., CSc.||UIFS FIT VUT||councillor internal|
|10.||Kinšt Ondřej, Bc.||FIT VUT||councillor internal|
|11.||Křena Bohuslav, Ing., Ph.D.||UITS FIT VUT||councillor internal|
|12.||Meduna Alexandr, prof. RNDr., CSc.||UIFS FIT VUT||councillor internal|
|13.||Růžička Richard, doc. Ing., Ph.D., MBA||UPSY FIT VUT||councillor internal|
|14.||Ryšavý Ondřej, doc. Ing., Ph.D.||UIFS FIT VUT||councillor internal|
|15.||Sedlák David, Ing.||FIT VUT||councillor internal|
|16.||Sekanina Lukáš, prof. Ing., Ph.D.||UPSY FIT VUT||councillor internal|
|17.||Veigend Petr, Ing.||UITS FIT VUT||councillor internal|
|18.||Vojnar Tomáš, prof. Ing., Ph.D.||UITS FIT VUT||councillor internal|
|19.||Zaklová Kristýna, Ing.||Děkanát FIT VUT||councillor internal|
|20.||Zemčík Pavel, prof. Dr. Ing., dr. h. c.||UPGM FIT VUT||councillor internal|
Choose academic year and curriculum
This study plan is for students starting study in ac.y. 2019/20 or later.
A student must first register for and subsequently enroll in repeated compulsory courses and repeated elective courses. Following this, the student registers for and enrolls in compulsory and elective courses from the study plan for the relevant year. Only when this is done, the student may register for and enroll in elective courses. If a student does not register for, and subsequently enroll in, all the compulsory courses from the relevant study plan (except for Semester Project and Bachelor's Thesis), he/she may register for, and enroll in, a maximum of one elective course in the given semester.
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 via VUT IS (StudIS) in the Administrative procedures and applications module and will be reviewed with students' study results taken into consideration.
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.
In order for this study programme to be a higher bachelor's degree study programme from another field of education that meets the content requirements for electrical engineering education pursuant to Section 19 (2) (a) (3) of Act No.250/2021 Coll. on occupational safety in connection with the operation of reserved technical equipment and on amendments to related acts, the student must choose elective courses BPC-ELSA (Electrical Engineering Tutorial) and BPC-FYE (Physics in Electrical Engineering), which are important in terms of understanding the theory for assessing the risks that electricity can cause, and a minimum of 3 courses from the following groups A and B, which will have a total of at least 60 hours of laboratories to obtain the necessary practice, with at least 1 course from group A:
A) Courses with a major contribution to the field of electrical engineering
- MPC-EIC - Electrical Installations, 20 h lab.
- BPC-FY1B - Physics 1, 26 h lab.
- BPC-ZSY - Security Systems, 26 h lab.
- BPC-AUD - Audio Electronics, 26 h lab.
- BPC-PSM - Printed Circuits and Surface Mount Technology, 18 h lab.
- BPC-PRP - Robotics and Computer Vision, 39 h lab.
B) Courses with a minor contribution in the field of electrical engineering
- BPC-AE1 - Analog Electronics 1, 26 h lab.
- BPC-AE2 - Analog Electronics 2, 13 h lab.
- BPC-ANA - Analog Technology, 14 h lab.
- BPC-ELA - Electroacoustics 1, 22 h lab.
After completing the above courses and the compulsory courses IEL, INP and IMP, it is possible to take the course XPC-ELB (Safety in Electrical Engineering), which ends with anamination leading to the issue of a certificate of competence under Act No 250/2021 Coll. Graduates receive the certificate together with the bachelor's diploma, i.e. after completing the whole prescribed education.
|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|
|IP3||Project Practice 3||5||E||ClCr||FIT|
|IMU||Multimedia Transmission over IP Networks *)||4||E||ClCr||FIT|
Duty: C - compulsory, CEx - compulsory-elective group x, R - recommended, E - elective