Bachelor in Computer Science [180.0] - SINF1BA
The bachelor's programme offers a general approach to computing science in the context of a basic university training course. The bachelor's programme in Computing Science leads to the title of " Bachelor of Computing Science". Upon completion of this first cycle of studies, the student will be able to access the master's programme in Computing Science.
The university programme in Computing Science trains future specialists capable of creating and elaborating efficient computing systems to satisfy the numerous and ever-increasing needs in our society. It thus trains futur creators (" software architects ") rather than builders. The bachelor's programme in Computing Science aims at the acquisition of the following technical competence and skills :
Computing science is the scientific and technical knowledge and skills that the student in computing science has to acquire to be able to become a professional computer scientist. This also includes other "life-tools", since these university studies aim to develop other skills, creativity and a critical mind. These studies, therefore, also train students to become responsible human beings , capable of apprehending the complex socio-economic world into which computing science is inserted and to take decisions which are both technically sound and humanly responsible. The bachelor's programme in Computing Sciences thus also aims at the acquisition of other areas of competence :
The course content and activities are evaluated in accordance with the prevailing rules of the University (c.f. exam regulations). Most of the courses include at least one evaluation during the course of the quadrimester (ongoing evaluation ), in addition to the final examination sessions (in January, June or September). The evaluations are in written or oral form. The specific evaluation details and procedures for all the courses are presented at the beginning of each period of studies.
| 27/05/2011 |