Orientation: Information technologies
Undergraduate academic studies last three years and carry 180 ECTS credits. After successful completion of undergraduate studies, a student is awarded academic title Bachelor of Information Technology, and Diploma Supplement states the qualification and results they gained.
The curricula and syllabi of academic studies for Information Technology are common for the first two years at the FIT. In the third year students choose one of the three courses:
- Software engineering
- Information systems
- Computer networks and telecommunications.
Completing the undergraduate studies, regardless of the chosen course, students acquire knowledge of main areas.
Enhancement of cyber educational system of Montenegro
EAGLE (EnhAnced Government LEarning): A learning solution for public administration
Support and Inclusion of students with disabilities at Higher Education Institutions in Montenegro
European Research and Educational Collaboration with Western Balkans
Public Health in Montenegro
Harmonising Open data in the Mediterranean through better access and Reuse of public sector information
Structured UNiversity mobility between the Balkans and Europe for the Adriatic-ionian Macro-region
Blending academic and entrepreneurial knowledge in technology enhanced learning
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