BSc (Hons) Degree in Information Technology (Software Development)

Undergraduate Course

Structure

The period of study for full-time students is eight semesters, covering core and elective subjects, with each subject carrying a prescribed number of study credits. Fifteen lecture periods of forty-five minutes each plus all the prescribed course work normally constitute one credit hour.

The course is structured to offer students the opportunity to acquire a solid general education in InformationTechnology followed by a more in-depth training in an area of their choice.

Students of the B.Sc (Honours) degree in Information Technology are required to take a minimum of 240 ECTS as follows:

Core subjects: 190 ECTS

(Core subjects are compulsory)

Elective subjects: 50 ECTS

(Electives, are more general in content and are chosen by the student from this and other departments)

The subjects offered during the first four semesters are chosen from the general course in Information Technology.

 

Year 1

Semester 1 ECTS
Core Subjects
CST-110 COMPUTERS & APPLICATIONS I 5
GEN-110 INTRODUCTION TO THE CYPRUS ECONOMY 5
CST-151 WORKSHOPS I 5
CST-114 STATISTICS I 5
CST-112 MATHEMATICS FOR COMPUTER SCIENCE I 5
CST-111 PROGRAMMING PRINCIPLES I 5
Electives: 1 from 5
PRL-130 Communication and Language Development I 5
PSY-115 Introduction to Sociology I 5
PSY-410 The Impact of Greek Civilisation on Europe I 5
Semester 2
Core Subjects
CST-124 STATISTICS II 5
CST-121 PROGRAMMING PRINCIPLES II 5
CST-120 COMPUTERS & APPLICATIONS II 5
CST-126 MULTIMEDIA AND INTERNET TECHNOLOGIES 5
CST-122 MATHEMATICS FOR COMPUTER SCIENCE II 5
CST-152 WORKSHOPS II 5
Electives: 1 from 5
PRL-140 Communication and Language Development II 5
PSY-125 Introduction to Sociology II 5
PSY-420 The Impact of Greek Civilisation on Europe II 5

Year 2

Semester 3 ECTS
Core Subjects
CST-214 INFORMATION SYSTEMS 5
CST-215 LOGIC DESIGN 5
CST-211 OPERATING SYSTEMS 5
CST-210 ADVANCED PROGRAMMING 5
CST-213 DATA STRUCTURES AND ALGORITHMS 5
Electives: 1 from 5
BSM-110 Economics I 5
CST-231 Computer Management and Control 5
PRL-134 French Language I 5
PRL-230 Communication in Practice I 5
ACF-210 Business Accounting I 5
CST-232 Operations Research 5
PRL-137 German Language I 5
Semester 4
Core Subjects
CST-220 OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING 5
CST-221 NETWORKS AND COMMUNICATIONS 5
CST-222 SOFTWARE ENGINEERING 5
CST-223 INTRODUCTION TO DATABASES AND FOURTH GENERATION LANGUAGES 5
CST-224 COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE 5
Electives: 1 from 5
PSY-227 Organisational Psychology 5
PRL-240 Communication in Practice II 5
PRL-144 French Language II 5
PRL-147 German Language II 5
ACF-220 Business Accounting II 5
BSM-120 Economics II 5
CST-241 Computer Graphics 5

Year 3

Semester 5 ECTS
Core Subjects
CST-312 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS & DEVELOPMENT 5
CST-313 HUMAN COMPUTER INTERACTION 5
CST-310 COMPILERS AND INTERPRETERS I 5
CST-332 PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES 5
Electives: 1 or 2 from (5-10)
CST-311 Theory of Parallel Computing 5
PRL-138 German Language III 5
PRL-135 French Language III 5
BSM-310 Human Resource Management I 5
CST-333 Management Science 5
ACF-335 Business Finance I 5
Semester 6
Core Subjects
CST-321 SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT 5
GEN-350 MULTIDISCIPLINARY PROJECT 5
CST-320 COMPILERS AND INTERPRETERS II 5
CST-351 GROUP PROJECT (SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT) 5
Electives: 1 or 2 from (5-10)
PRL-145 French Language IV 5
BSM-320 Human Resource Management II 5
ACF-345 Business Finance II 5
CST-323 Artificial Intelligence 5
PRL-148 German Language IV 5
BSM-221 Principles of Marketing 5
BSM-222 Business and Company Law II 5

Year 4

Semester 7 ECTS
Core Subjects
CST-411 DATABASE SYSTEMS 5
CST-433 DIDTRIBUTED SYSTEMS 5
CST-450 INDIVIDUAL PROJECT I 5
GEN-430 PROJECT EVALUATION AND MANAGEMENT I 5
CST-430 REAL-TIME SOFTWARE ENGINEERING 5
Electives: 1 from 5
PRL-111 Public Relations I 5
PSY-310 Social Psychology I 5
PRL-136 French Language V 5
BSM-410 The Dynamics of the Cyprus Economy I 5
CST-435 Numerical Analysis 5
CST-434 Vision and Image Processing 5
PRL-139 German Language V 5
Semester 8
Core Subjects
GEN-440 PROJECT EVALUATION AND MANAGEMENT II 5
CST-422 ADVANCED INFORMATION SYSTEMS 5
CST-441 EXPERT SYSTEMS 5
CST-451 INDIVIDUAL PROJECT II 5
CST-444 SOFTWARE ENGINEERING SEMINARS 5
Electives: 1 from 5
PSY-320 Social Psychology II 5
BSM-420 The Dynamics of the Cyprus Economy II 5
PRL-121 Public Relations II 5
PRL-146 French Language VI 5
PRL-149 German Language VI 5
Course Information
  • Credit:minimum of 240 ECTS

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