BSc (Hons) Degree in Multimedia and Internet Computing

Undergraduate Course

This degree programme is offered by the Faculty of Informatics and Telecommunications. The programme recognises:

a) that the internet is changing the nature of the world’s economy and leaves no organisation unaffected and

b) that multimedia (with its text, sound, moving images and interactivity) has opened up a new world in communication.

Aim

To enable students to learn the theory that lies behind the internet and multimedia and to equip them with the skills to transfer this learning into practice.

Objectives

The objectives of this programme are:

to provide students with the essential background that will enable them to develop and maintain internet and webbased applications as tools which serve the organisation.

to provide students with a high level of competence in indentifying and translating the needs of the organisation into successful web systems.

to provide students with a new range of skills necessary in dealing with the new requirements demanded by the multimedia industry including issues that relate to interfaces, user requirements, graphics, animation and virtual reality together with a proficiency in audio and video production techniques.

Course Duration

The duration of the programme is eight semesters full-time study and leads to the BSc(Hons) Degree in Multimedia and Internet Computing.

Graduation Requirements

Students studying towards the BSc Honours in Multimedia and Internet Computing are required to take a minimum of 240 ECTS. One-hundred and ninenty (190) come from core subjects and fifty (50) from Electives.

 

Year 1

Semester 1 ECTS
Core Subjects
CST-111 PROGRAMMING PRINCIPLES I 5
CST-118 QUANTITATIVE METHODS IN I.T. I 5
CSM-124 INTRODUCTION TO E-COMMERCE 5
CSM-150 INTERNET WORKSHOP I 5
CST-110 COMPUTERS & APPLICATIONS I 5
Electives: 1 from 5
PRL-132/233 English Language I/V 5
PRL-134/236 French Language I/VII 5
PRL-137/239 German Language I/VII 5
PRL-131/231 Spanish Language I/VII 5
ACF-110 Accounting and Finance I 5
BSM -110 Economics I 5
PRL-111 Public Relations I 5
PSY-115 Introduction to Sociology I 5
BSM -112 Business Law I 5
Semester 2
Core Subjects
CST-121 PROGRAMMING PRINCIPLES II 5
CST-126 MULTIMEDIA AND INTERNET TECHNOLOGIES 5
CST-128 QUANTITATIVE METHODS IN I.T. II 5
CSM-125 E-LEARNING CONCEPTS 5
CSM-151 INTERNET WORKSHOP II 5
Electives: 1 from 5
CST-120 Computers and Applications II 5
PRL 142/243 English Language II/VI 5
PRL-144/246 French Language II/VIII 5
PRL-147/249 German Language II/VIII 5
PRL-141/241 Spanish Language II/VIII 5
ACF-120 Accounting and Finance II 5
BSM-120 Economics II 5
PRL-121 Public Relations II 5
PSY-125 Introduction to Sociology II 5
BSM-122 Business Law II 5

Year 2

Semester 3 ECTS
Core Subjects
CST-214 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS 5
CST-213 DATA STRUCTURES AND ALGORITHMS 5
CST-210 ADVANCED PROGRAMMING 5
CSM-240 INTRODUCTION TO GRAPHIC DESIGN 5
CSM-230 MULTIMEDIA STUDIES 5
Electives: 1 from 5
CST-211 Operating Systems 5
CST-215 Logic Design 5
CST-231 Computer Management and Control 5
CST-232 Operations Research 5
PRL-230 Communication in Practice I 5
PRL-133/333 English Language III/VII 5
PRL-135/336 French Language III/IX 5
PRL-138/339 German Language III/IX 5
PRL-151/351 Spanish Language III/IX 5
CST-331 Computerized Accounting I 5
BSM-111 Theory and Practice of Management I 5
PRL-211 Public Relations III 5
PSY-113 Introduction to Social Psychology 5
LAW-216 European Community Law I 5
Semester 4
Core Subjects
CST-221 NETWORKS AND COMMUNICATIONS 5
CSM-241 ADVANCED GRAPHIC DESIGN 5
CST-222 SOFTWARE ENGINEERING 5
CST-220 OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING 5
CST-223 INTRODUCTION TO DATABASES 5
Electives: 1 from 5
CST-224 Computer Architecture 5
CST-241 Computer Graphics 5
PRL-240 Communication in Practice II 5
PRL-143/343 English Language IV/VIII 5
PRL-145/346 French Language IV/X 5
PRL-148/349 German Language IV/X 5
PRL-161/361 Spanish Language IV/X 5
CST-341 Computerized Accounting II 5
BSM-121 Theory and Practice of Management II 5
PRL-221 Public Relations IV 5
PSY-123 Introduction to Lifespan Psychology 5
LAW-226 European Community Law II 5

Year 3

Semester 5 ECTS
Core Subjects
CSM-340 MARKUP LANGUAGES 5
CST-312 INFORMATION TECHN. APPLICATIONS AND DEVELOPMENT 5
CST-313 HUMAN COMPUTER INTERACTION 5
CSM-360 ADVANCED E-COMMERCE AND ENTERPRISE WEB DEVELOPMENT 5
Electives: 1 or 2 from (5-10)
CST-211 Operating Systems 5
CST-215 Logic Design 5
CST-231 Computer Management and Control 5
CST-232 Operations Research 5
CST-310 Compilers and Interpreter I 5
CST-311 Theory of Parallel Computing 5
CST-332 Programming Languages 5
CST-333 Management Science 5
PRL-233/433 English Language V/IX 5
PRL-136/436 French Language V/XI 5
PRL-139/439 German Language V/XI 5
PRL-171/471 Spanish Language V/XI 5
ACF-210 Business Accounting I 5
BSM-112 Business Law I 5
BSM-310 Human Resource Management I 5
PRL-214 Media I 5
PSY-316 Cognitive Psychology 5
LAW-457 Media Law I 5
Semester 6
Core Subjects
CSM-341 SCRIPTING LANGUAGES 5
CSM-361 INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION SECURITY ISSUES 5
GEN-350 MULTIDISCIPLINARY SEMINARS 5
CST-321 SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT 5
Electives: 1 or 2 from (5-10)
CST-224 Computer Architecture 5
CST-241 Computer Graphics 5
CST-320 Compilers and Interpreter II 5
CST-322 Microprocessors Systems 5
CST-323 Artificial Intelligence 5
PRL-243/443 English Language VI/X 5
PRL-146/446 French Language VI/XII 5
PRL-149/449 German Language VI/XII 5
PRL-181 /481 Spanish Language VI/XII 5
ACF-220 Business Accounting II 5
BSM-122 Business Law II 5
BSM-320 Human Resource Management II 5
PRL-224 Media II 5
PSY-312 Psychology of Perception 5
LAW-477 Media Law II 5

Year 4

Semester 7 ECTS
Core Subjects
GEN-430 PROJECT EVALUATION & MNGT I 5
CSM-440 WEB DEVELOPMENT LANGUAGES 5
CST-411 DATABASE SYSTEMS 5
CST-450 INDIVIDUAL PROJECT I 5
Electives: 1 or 2 from (5-10)
CST-431 System Programming 5
CST-433 Distributed Systems 5
CST-434 Vision and Image Processing 5
CST-435 Numerical Analysis 5
PRL-333 English Language VII 5
PRL-236 French Language VII 5
PRL-239 German Language VII 5
PRL-231 Spanish Language VII 5
EUL-415 Business English I 5
PRL-431 Business French I 5
PRL-432 Business German I 5
PRL-491 Business Spanish I 5
ACF-335 Business Finance I 5
BSM-410 The Dynamics of the Cyprus Economy I 5
BSM-412 Business and Society 5
PRL-314 Media III 5
PSY-310 Social Psychology I 5
LAW-460 Intellectual Property I 5
Semester 8
Core Subjects
CSM-471 DIGITAL VIDEO PROCESSING 5
CSM-461 INTERNET MARKETING 5
CST-421 COMPUTER SCIENCE LABORATORY 5
CST-451 INDIVIDUAL PROJECT II 5
Electives: 1 or 2 from (5-10)
PRL-241 Spanish Language VIII 5
PSY-320 Social Psychology II 5
PRL-325 Communication I 5
PRL-420 Business Ethics 5
BSM-420 The Dynamics of the Cyprus Economy II 5
ACF-345 Business Finance II 5
EUL-428 Business Spanish II 5
EUL-427 Business German II 5
EUL-425 Business English II 5
PRL-249 German Language VIII 5
PRL-246 French Language VIII 5
PRL-343 English Language VIII 5
GEN-440 Project Evaluation and Mngt II 5
CST-441 Expert Systems 5
CST-422 Advanced Information Systems 5
LAW-480 Intellectual Property II 5
EUL-426 Business French II 5
Course Information
  • Credit: minimum of 264 out of 288 ECTS
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