The central aim of the programme is to give academic education in the field of Information and Communication Technologies.
After obtaining Bachelor’s degree the graduates have an opportunity to work at organisations performing software development, delivery, and maintenance. They also are entitled to continue their studies as Master students in Information Technology or Computer Science in some of the higher education institutions of Latvia or the European Union.
High school / secondary education (or higher)
The following grades from your General Certificate of Secondary Education will be considered:
Mathematics (if there are more than one discipline the average grade is taken into account)
Marks can not be less then 60%
Business Information Systems, Computer Sciences (CS) & Computer programming
3 years | Full time
Size of Bachelor study programme is 180 ECTS (120 CP), and the duration of the programme is 3 years. The programme consists of three parts:
- A part (138 ECTS / 92 CP) – compulsory courses of Computer Science and Mathematics;
- B part (36 ECTS / 24 CP)– compulsory courses , which expect deeper education of students and development of their professional skills and abilities;
- C part (6 ECTS / 4 CP) – free optional courses chosen according to students’ interests.
Compulsory subjects: Programming, Data base technologies, Management of software development projects, Computer architecture, Courses of continuous mathematics, Courses of discrete mathematics, Computer Science and numerical methods, Term paper, Bachelor paper
Compulsory subjects: Programming, Data base technologies, Management of software development projects, Computer architecture, Courses of continuous mathematics, Courses of discrete mathematics, Computer Science and numerical methods, Term paper, Bachelor paper.
Bc.sc.comp. (ACADEMIC BACHELOR Degree of Natural Science in Computer Science)
Only one is required
Secondary (High) School Graduation Certificate and Transcript with good results. Education documents must be accompanied by English translations of all certificates and transcripts along with approval of the documents authenticity.
The grade in Mathematics from the GCSE (at least 60%)
The grade in English from the GCSE