Undergraduate Professional Study Programme of Computing at the University Department of Professional Studies of the University of Split lasts 3 years (180 ECTS credits) and provides theoretical and practical knowledge required for working in the IT industry. Upon completion of the studies, participants acquire the title: Professional Bachelor in Computing (bacc. ing. comp.).
Graduating students will be able to quickly adapt to the requirements of today's very dynamic labour market in the IT industry. Undergraduate Professional Study Programme of Computing provides students with basic knowledge of programming, web design, computer networks, information systems development, theoretical and practical knowledge of database development, object-oriented programming, web programming and computer architecture. Students can choose from a number of elective courses through which they can profile their interests. All courses are regularly updated to be in line with the latest trends in technology, which is emphasized by a large number of elective courses. Student internship is performed in cooperation with local companies, enabling students to acquire practical knowledge in a real-life work environment.
Upon completion of the studies, students have the opportunity to continue their education by enrolling at the Specialist Professional Graduate Study Programme of Computing, which is also held at the University Department of Professional Studies of the University of Split, and acquire the title: Professional Specialist in Computing, or transfer to the appropriate university study.
The Undergraduate Professional Study Programme of Computing enables students to become part of a successful community of computing professionals. The acquired knowledge and skills enable graduates to perform complex professional tasks and provide the opportunity to be directly involved in the work process after graduation.
Head of the Department of Information Technology: Karmen Klarin, senior lecturer (e-mail)
Assistant to the Head of the Department of Information Technology: Ljiljana Despalatović, senior lecturer (e-mail)