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Bachelorstudium Informatik.
 

Bachelor in Computer Science

The Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science will set out the conditions, which are necessary for the Master's program, but also offers a self-contained education for starting a career in information and communication technology.

INS-Courses (Bachelor's Degree Program)

Presentation of methods and principles of operating systems in a manufacturer-independent way. 

Lecturer:
Rene Mayrhofer

LVA-Type: VO
LVA-Number: 353.006
Hours per semester: 2
ECTS: 3.00
Dates: Weekly
Exam mode: Written Exam

Important concepts of system-oriented programming from the lecture operating systems in repeated and extended by practical aspects.

Lecturer:
Michael Roland

LVA-Type: PR
LVA-Number: 353.003; 353.012; 353.035; 353.004; 353034
Hours per semester: 1
ECTS: 1.50
Dates: 14-day
Exam mode: Regular exercises, classwork , written Exam

Imparting basic network-concepts on the basis of the ISO-7 layer model, TCP/IP and Ethernet. Getting to know the important tasks in distributed systems.

Lecturer:
Michael Sonntag

LVA-Type: VO
LVA-Number: 353.020
Hours per semester: 2
ECTS: 3.00
Dates: Weekly
Exam mode: Written Exam

Practical exercises of basic network-concepts on the basis of the ISO-7 layer model, TCP/IP and Ethernet. 

Lecturer:
Jan Horacek

LVA-Type: UE
LVA-Number: 353.021, 353.022, 353.023, 353.024
Hours per semester: 1
ECTS: 1.50
Dates: Weekly
Exam mode: Practical exercises, lab reports and written exam.

Aim of the course is to introduce students to basic legal rules regarding computer programs and the Internet. only substantive law is covered.

Lecturer:
Michael Sonntag

LVA-Type: VO
LVA-Number: 353.041
Hours per semester: 2
ECTS: 3.00
Dates: Block
Exam mode: Written Exam

During this course students write their bachelor's thesis. Students should demonstrate that they understand the fundamental methods of Computer Science and are able to apply them to a practical problem. 

Lecturer:
Rene Mayrhofer
Michael Sonntag

LVA-Type: PR
LVA-Number: 353.055
Hours per semester: 5
ECTS: 7.50
Dates: Block
Exam mode: Evaluation criteria are the correctness, elegance and maturity of the solution as well as the clarity of the written thesis.

Further INS-Courses
(Specialisation)

"Basics and architecture of cloud computing, security issues at the various elements involved when employing cloud services, private & public cloud security, security recommendations for cloud systems, selected basic legal issues of cloud computing, security advantages of the cloud, virtualization security and cryptographic mechanisms."

Lecturer:
Stefan Rass, opens an external URL in a new window

LVA-Type: KV
LVA-Number: 353.073
Hours per semester: 2
ECTS: 3.00
Dates: Block
Exam: Exercise Sheet and Student Presentations

 

This course focuses on the omnipresent IEEE 802.11 wireless network protocol which today is inevitable for notebook computers, mobile phones and IoT devices and is normally simply referred to as WLAN or WiFi.

Lecturer:
Christian Praher-Köppl

LVA-Type: KV
LVA-Number: 353.029
Hours per semester: 1
ECTS: 1.50
Dates: Block
Exam: Written exam