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Faculty of Informatics and Computing
Information Technology

This study programme is designed to keep pace with the development and innovations in IT field, modern web services, Internet marketing, contemporary managerial approaches, keeping abreast of the requirements stemming from practical implementation of knowledge related to business systems. What makes this programme unique and attractive to prospective students is the fact that it places special emphasis on Internet technologies and web services, which is in agreement with the latest technological innovations in the field.

This study programme enables acquisition of knowledge required for resolving real-life issues associated with understanding, designing, procuring, selling, installing and organizing of IT jobs within an organization. Furthermore, this study programme offers necessary economics-related knowledge that will enable students to properly understand business systems. Acquired knowledge paves the way for implementing database and information systems in support of business operations. Relying on the knowledge of programming and web site design, as well as knowledge on social networks and Cloud Computing, the students are well-prepared to organize Internet marketing in best possible way and improve the organization’s overall performance while keeping pace with the latest trends. The importance of this study programme lies in the study of practical implementations in computer applications associated with e-business, analytics and reporting.

This study programme should educate experts capable of extending support to the organization’s business, i.e. make adequate decisions using all available and up-to-date information. In order to do so, it relies on intensive data analysis, decision-support systems, business reporting and other principles that have been lately grouped under an all-encompassing term of Big Data. Upon successful completion of the study programme Information Technology, the students will have a wide range of possibilities for finding the desired employment in the domain of IT support, website design, online marketing campaigns, data protection in organizations, full information system design, procurement, installation and sale of IT products. This study programme is designed to respond adequately to the needs and requirements of the leading companies in Serbia that fruitfully cooperate with Singidunum University.

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According to the survey conducted among the graduates who are members of the ALUMNI association, the students who successfully complete this programme can seek employment in various fields:

  • IT sector manager
  • Technical account manager
  • IT consultant
  • ERP consultant
  • System analyst
  • Development Engineer for Content Management System (CMS)
  • Business Information System Administrator
  • Corporate IT planning manager
  • System Implementation and Testing Manager
  • Business analyst and BI system administrator
  • Internet Marketing and Web platform consultant
  • IT application development manager
  • BPM/SOA integration specialist
  • Software development team manager
  • Development Engineer for Business Web Services
  • Development Engineer for Integrated Web Services
  • Services Development Manager base on IT systems
  • Business Processes Analyst/ Designer/ Manager
  • IT Systems Maintenance and Implementation Manager
  • E-business systems development engineer
  • IT System Sales Manager
  • Development Engineer for Distributed Computer Services
  • IT strategy Manager


books All course materials are included in the tuition fee.

Entrance exam for the study programme Information Technology includes the following:

  • General knowledge test (5 questions)
  • Intelligence test (5 questions)
  • Test in Informatics ( 20 questions)
  • A brief interview on the candidate’s additional areas of interest and use of modern technologies

Upon on-line registration, the candidate can access online tests for the entrance exam.

hatUpon successful completion of studies, the students shall be awarded an academic title of Bachelor of Science in Information Technology.

I year

Introducing students to the basics of information technologies, hardware and software basics in modern computer systems, as well as the phenomenon of networking and the Internet. Introduction to the programming processes, with the usage of examples designed in the Visual Basic programme. Practical laboratory hours enable students to master the basics of computer literacy, regarding operation systems, working with files, as well as the usage of text processing programmes and the Internet. Acquisition of theoretical and practical knowledge of hardware, operation systems, application software, the usage of electronic messages and the Internet, as well as the introduction to modern information and communication technologies.

Mastering the basic notions and claims within the field of mathematical analysis for the functions of one and two independent variables; mastering matrix, differential and integral calculus (-i); mastering the basics of probability and statistics, with the aim of an improved understanding of economic phenomena, their further observation and forecasting. This course enables students to solve problems regarding the implementation of mathematical models within both economic science and practice.

The main objective of this course is the students’ acquisition of the basics of economics, at the level of microeconomics and macroeconomics, by the introduction of economic theory, models and practice. Enabling students to understand the vital phenomena and processes of microeconomics and macroeconomics, as well as enabling them for the aggregate observations of economics, i.e. its functioning.

The course is designed in such a way to provide students with the basic knowledge of psychology, in order for them to understand its application in specific areas of human endeavour, such as human resources management. The course objective is that students master the basic notions from the field of psychology, as well as to acquire knowledge of basic patterns that govern human behaviour. Students will be capable for using the basic psychology notions, when explaining and understanding human behaviour, as well as when designing research and applying it in practice.

Introduction to computer components and functions. Introduction to the basic principles of computer programming. Introduction to the Java programming language. Students are enabled to define and solve computer problems on their own. Students are enabled to design correct and efficient computer programs in their further course of study.

The course enables students to gain theoretical and practical knowledge from the area of statistics basics. At the same time, this course enables students to understand the principles of statistics, the notion of probability, random variable, statistical estimation, as well as statistical hypotheses testing, and regression and correlation analysis for random variables. The aim of the course is that, upon its completion, students become able to apply statistics methods throughout their further education. Becoming skilled in the application of the theoretical and practical knowledge gained within this course. Becoming able to apply the statistics methods, computer processing of statistical data and thus make conclusions, based on the gained results.

The aim of the course is to make students realize the basic notions of the concept of management and the evolution of management theory; to introduce students to the most important management trends; to make students understand all the guidelines regarding management processes (planning, organising, managing and controlling). To enable students to plan, organize, implement, lead and control business processes, by applying theoretical knowledge in real business systems.

English Language 1 is a course which lasts two semesters and is based on the textbook Complete First Certificate (Cambridge University Press), which represents upper-intermediate level or Common European Framework level B2. The course also represents preparation for those students who want to gain First Certificate in English - FCE. Course outcome is to reach higher level of speech fluency in various situations and on various topics. The aim is also to provide understanding of written and oral language of native speakers, as well as understanding and acquisition of writing skills- essay writing on diverse topics.

II year

Acquisition of theoretical and practical knowledge in the field of communication technologies and computer networks. Introduction to and study of the standards and protocols in contemporary networks of the Internet/ Intranet type. Understanding of the role of layers in OSI and TCP/ IP communication models. Acquisition of the addressing techniques and data routing. Study of the most important Internet services. Individual practical work on project and maintenance of computer networks. Understanding of security challenges in contemporary networks and implementation of overall layered security. Students should gain theoretical and practical knowledge in the field of individual networking, hardware choice, software installation, setting parameters and network management. Practical knowledge also refers to installation and adaptation of Windows operating system (XP and Server), as well as Linux operating system.

The review of contemporary approach to various project management, by analyzing the field starting from theoretical elements of project management concepts and ending with opportunities for practical usage of specialized software tools. The course is organized in such a way to show appropriate methodological approach to projects, as well as to introduce students to specific methods and techniques necessary for successful project management. The course should enable students to practically use their knowledge with the aim of effective time management, cost management, resource management, quality management, risk management and communication in the preparation and organization of projects. The course should also enable students to use contemporary software tools for project management.

This course aims to provide students with a basic knowledge of marketing as a science, of its characteristics and nature, as well as the characteristics of the marketing environment, market, consumer behavior, marketing mix instruments, and, eventually, processes of marketing management. It is expected that the acquired knowledge will be a solid basis for further study and understanding of marketing as a science, business discipline and profession, and that it will be useful for the successful mastering of many business skills, such as communication, negotiation, and others.

Acquisition of theoretical and practical knowledge about the implementation of databases in contemporary information systems. Understanding of all advantages of databases in comparison with classic programming languages and files implementation. Study of various systems for database management and interfaces for connection with the chosen programming language. Delayering of database realization into data models, business logic model and users interface. Understanding of relational database model and the effect of transactions in concurrency. Acquisition of techniques of database administration and maintenance. Acquisition of necessary knowledge for individual work in Microsoft Access and MySQL system for database management: database generation, user interface development, setting inquiry, report development. Mastering syntax and technique for SQL language usage.

Students will be introduced to hardware and software architecture and computer system organization. Students are conversant with the basic components of computer systems, their role and functioning principles. Students should understand the role of system software and its relation to user’s space software. They should also understand the role of high-level programming languages and their compilers and be introduced to principles of rapid application development. Theoretical and practical knowledge regarding computer systems. Introducing students to binary and hexadecimal number system. Understanding computer processors and systems functioning. Understanding the role and function of operating systems, as well as their classification. Transforming algorithm problem solutions into programme code and computer instructions.

Introducing students to the opportunities and the need to use modern multimedia technology. Providing basic principles, technology and multimedia standards and creating multimedia content on the Web. Carrying out practical training in the use of modern multimedia technologies and the appropriate application software for multimedia content. Introducing students to the basic characteristics of the signal and systems for multimedia signals. Enabling students to use tools for audio, image and video signals.

Acquiring basic and general knowledge in the field of legal system with the emphasis on corporate law and with reference to European economic and legal aspects of modern business. Mastering corpus of law and obligations of modern managers. Acquiring knowledge on forms of foreign investments in Serbian business entities, basic principles in the field of competition, securities and contract business law. Students should be conversant with the basics of business law, legal framework of modern business entities and with responsibilities of economists. Acquired knowledge will enable students to understand organization of business entities and to apply relevant business and legal regulations, which means that they will be capable of making effective and legal business decisions.

English Language 2 is a course based on the textbook Complete First Certificate (CambridgeUniversityPress) which corresponds to upper-intermediate level or Common European Framework level B2.The course is also a preparation for those students who want to gain First Certificate in English - FCE. Course outcome is to reach higher level of fluency in various situations and on various topics. The aim is also to provide understanding of written and oral language of native speakers, as well as understanding and acquisition of writing skills- essay writing on diverse topics.

III year

Acquisition of knowledge and skills in the domain of management and development of information systems. The aim is to enable students to model and conduct business processes by using either functional, object- oriented or service- oriented methods. The main goal is to understand business information systems and the development of intelligent information systems. Students will be enabled to implement either traditional or agile methodologies of development of information systems (IS), to model and conduct business processes by using service- oriented technologies, to analyze and project systems by using object- oriented tools, to analyze current business solutions by case studies, to model and develop intelligent information systems, to consider problems and potential solutions during the integration of various systems and to consider future challenges and directions of the development of information systems.

Introducing students to the functioning of the Web as one of the most used Internet services. Understanding protocols and technology on which Web is based. Getting started with Web services and higher level platforms, such as content management systems (CMS), electronic documents (DMS), the process of learning (LMS), knowledge (KMS), and others. Understanding the ways to use these systems and platforms for business purposes. A student who understand the principles, protocols and Web technologies as well as their use in the development of web platform. The possibility of identifying the optimal existing web platform in response to requests from business systems in this domain. Understanding the process of adaptation of existing Web platform to specific needs of business systems.

Course objective is reaching level А1 in the Spanish language. Introducing basic information about Spanish language and hispanic culture with special emphasis on communicative skills.

Course objective is the usage of the German language at A1 level according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. This course should enable students to communicate on basic levels, to exchange information in everyday situations and to communicate their basic needs.

Italian language 1 is a multimedia course in Italian language and culture on basic A1 level which systematically develops all four language skills using modern language ​​and permanent shifting between communicative and grammar elements. This course should enable students to communicate on a basic level, to exchange information in everyday situations and to communicate their basic needs.

Students are enabled to acquire economic globalization, time management, marketing, advertising, corporate culture, the law of supply and demand and entrepreneurial terminology. Acquisition of new vocabulary, appropriate translation and reading of texts, fluency, acquisition of writing skills and revision of lectured units.

Course objective is the acquisition of skills and the usage of French in accordance with A1 level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. The focus is on balanced development of all four skills, oral and written understanding and communication. Course includes reading, listening, writing, conversation and acquisition of specific business terminology. Course objective is to enable students to communicate in everyday situations. Course outcome is the acquisition of skills in the usage of French and preparation for DELF exams according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

Creatively designed multimedia course that focuses on introducing basic rules of reading and writing Chinese characters and analyzes the most interesting aspects of rich Chinese culture, history, philosophy and modern Chinese society. The course enables students to acquire appropriate pronunciation in the Chinese language, rules of reading and writing Chinese characters and Latin transcription (pinyin), as well as vocabulary which enables them to communicate on basic level about everyday situations.

Acquisition of theoretical, analytical and applied knowledge of business finance and mastering problems arising in the area of finance in modern companies, as well as developing analytical and practical way of thinking in order to be able to perform work as a financial manager in the context of effectively conducting certain tasks in the area of finances of companies. Student acquires knowledge of business finance representing basics for further education. Knowledge refers to financial management system, financial policy and rules of financing, financial planning, control and financial analysis of a company, financial management of company’s current assets, restructuring and rehabilitation of a company. Acquired knowledge serves as a basis for encountering financial and economic issues during students’ further education.

Acquisition of theoretical, analytical and applied knowledge of accounting methodology, as well as the acquisition of knowledge and skills necessary to use accounting information in the business decision-making process for the purposes of various users, primarily investors and creditors. The course should enable students to master the following knowledge and skills: Based on lectures, to demonstrate understanding of the accounting role in the context of developed financial markets, as well as to use the limits which follow the usage of accounting information. Based on practice, to understand the basics of recognizing business transactions and preparing financial reports, and to understand accounting problems appearing in that process as a challenge for managers when using accounting information to make business decisions.

With the development of social networks the world has become even more connected, people, information, places and events have never been this easy to find. The easiest way to analyze the connections is through the newtork. On the course, students will learn about the evolution of network, relying on the knowledge and disciplines of sociology, mathematics, informatics, economy and physics. The course teaches how to identify important elements of network, recognize groups, monitor information flow and form an opinion. Student acquires theoretical and practical knowledge about the fundamental concepts of analysis network, including centralized network, subgroups and network structures. Students also acquires knowledge how to apply network concepts in different kinds of networks and how to analyze them.

Course objective is to enable students to design web presentations, which includes mastering design skills, development, evaluation, maintenance and further promotion. By mastering the design principles, as well as the navigation and access functions, neat, appropriate and highly interactive web pages are created, which are intended for personal or commercial usage. The course is based on independent creation of elements during the process and its matching within a well- designed and functional web page at the end of the semester, by language usage: HTML, CSS and JavaScript, as well as by using the most contemporary platforms. Course outcome is to enable students who know about the concept of design and development of web pages to use advanced techniques and technologies and to further develop and improve their knowledge.

Acquiring necessary knowledge from the field of cryptology and mathematics tools necessary for the analysis and synthesis of contemporary coding systems. Introduction to basic information security services: secrecy, integrity, authentication and non- repudiation. Acquisition of terms and main characteristics of symmetrical and asymmetrical code systems. Students will be able to assess the quality of the assigned coding system individually, based on the appropriate information- technological mathematic tool. They will also be able to understand its position and role in contemporary integrated computing environment.

Acquisition of software engineering knowledge and skills and becoming conversant with information systems development. Adopting the methods of analysis, design and implementation of information systems using Unified Modeling Language (UML) and selected CASE tools. Learning about the basic architectural and engineering concepts. Mastering the methods and techniques for implementing and managing information systems changes and qualities. Learning how to create database and use business intelligence tools. Students acquire the knowledge and skills of software engineering and are conversant with information systems development. They are familiar with the methods for analyzing, engineering and implementing information systems using UML with the help of chosen CASE tools. They are conversant with architecture and know how to design components, interface and data layers. They are able to apply the methods and techniques, manage changes and provide a good-quality information systems software. They can create database and use business intelligence tools.

English language 3 is based on a carefully created language curriculum. Its final goal is to prepare students for the internationally acknowledged exam (CAE) assessing their knowledge of English at C1 level. The course encompasses four equally represented skills: reading, writing, listening, and speaking. It also involves revising and widening the knowledge obtained in grammar and vocabulary. Students are able to understand a wide spectrum of complex, long texts and understand their implicit meaning. In addition, students are able to converse fluently and spontaneously, using the language with flexibility and efficiency in various social, academic, and professional contexts.

IV year

On the course students acquire theoretical-analytical and applied knowledge in the areas related to sales management. Students have the opportunity to learn about present sales problems, master the strategic sales management methodology, develop analytical and practical way of thinking and acquire abilities required for understanding current trends, relations with interconnected areas, sales improvement techniques, and find out about empirically established principles. Upon completing and passing the course, a student should be able to, by applying the acquired knowledge, adequately manage sales based on the strategic management model, establish adequate basis for forecasting demand as a foundation for planning sales activities, as well as the proper constitution of the communication mix and portfolio of key customers.

Enabling students to understand the process of making decisions in a business environment and assess how decision support systems can help in resolving half-structured and non-structured problems. Developing skills for creating decision support systems. Rendering students capable of defining decision support systems and acquainting them with diverse managerial theories relevant for decision support systems. Identifying relevant procedures for resolving social issues. Learning about the basics of architecture and DSS component functions. Becoming familiar with the basics of hardware and software components of group decision support systems. Noticing differences between DSS, experts systems and artificial neuron networks. Separating important parts of executive information systems and their role in decision making. Taking critical stance towards DSS systems.

The aim of this course is that students understand the importance of human resources management as a creative and innovative part of any organization, as well as the concept, evolution, processes and methods of the human resources management, used by organizations with the aim of attracting, retaining, motivating and rewarding their employees, in order to meet the organization's strategic objectives. After completing this course, students will be able to understand all stages of human resources management process and to consider human resources management not only as a way to develop highly educated and motivated employees, who will, by constantly and continuously acquiring new knowledge, be able to respond to the challenges of the business environment, but also as a way to meet organization's strategic objectives and maintain a competitive advantage.

Acquisition of theoretical and practical knowledge in the field of data protection in computers and computers networks, understanding security problems, extensive knowledge of cryptology protection mechanism. Proper use of symmetric and asymmetric cryptographic systems, understanding algorithms and different kinds of keys. Identifying security problems in different network environments and operating systems. Ability to solve security-related problems using multilayer security architecture. Student is able to independently consider and understand security-related problems and apply adequate security mechanisms in modern computers and computer networks. The stress is laid on one’s own realization and on the total control of all cryptographic mechanisms during installation and maintenance.

Understanding multidimensional technological-sociological Internet environment as the main area of contemporary marketing activities. Learning about key Internet technologies and their most popular services from the aspect of their use for marketing purposes. Acquisition of knowledge and tools for developing marketing solutions on the Internet and evaluation of their efficacy. The student acquires theoretical and practical knowledge required to independently organize a marketing campaign on the Internet. Aside from understanding the key principles of Internet marketing, the student also learns about Web design principles, metrics, analytics and reporting, and how to use leading platforms for analysis (Google Analytics) and advertizing (Google AdWords).

Reaching level A2 in Spanish according to theCommon European Framework of Reference for Languages. Preparing students to communicate in different situations, reading comprehension and writing short essays of descriptive and narrative form in present, future and past tense.

Italian language II is a multimedia course in Italian language and culture at the basic A2 level which, starting with the rules of pronunciation and spelling, systematically develops all four language skills using modern language ​​and permanent shifting between communicative and grammatical elements. This course should enable students to communicate on a basic level, to exchange information using simple language expressions in everyday situations and to communicate their basic needs.

The course objective is the use of the German language at A1 level according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. This course should enable students to communicate at basic levels, to exchange information in everyday situations and to communicate their basic needs.

Aside from the common discussion themes with other departments, Russian as a second language also contains the basic course of Russian business language. Students are introduced to specific terminology in the fields of economics in authentic contexts in the areas of finance, advertising, marketing, entrepreneurship and time management, economic globalisation, corporate culture and the laws of supply and demand through various phonetic, morphological, lexical and grammar units.Acquisition of basic expressions through everyday business situations. Acquisition of new vocabulary, accuracy in reading and translating texts, speaking accuracy, connecting previously acquired knowledge with new units, acquisition of writing skills and reviewing previously acquired content.

Course objective is the acquisition of skills and the usage of French in accordance with A1 level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. The focus is on balanced development of all four skills: oral and written understanding and communication. Course includes reading, listening, writing, conversation and acquisition of specific business terminology. Course objective is to enable students to communicate in everyday situations. Course outcome is the acquisition of skills in the usage of French and preparation for DELF exams according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

Chinese Language 2 is a creatively designed multimedia course that systematically upgrades previously acquired language and conversational skills and focuses on more complex grammatical and linguistic structures. The course also covers the most interesting aspects of the Chinese culture, history, philosophy and modern Chinese society. The course enables students to master the basis of Chinese grammar, sentence structure, reading and writing several hundreds Chinese characters, and vocabulary that enables them to communicate in everyday situations.

The students should become conversant with the main elements of standar quantitative methods and data-mining methods within business data analysis. They should be able to implement the selected methods when making business decisions in order to gain competetive advantage. They should be able to perform the analysis of business problems, solve them using standard quantitative methods and data-mining methods. The students should also master analytical software tools and their application for the purpose of conducting business analysis, visualisation and reporting. The students should become conversant with the standard quantitative methods and data-mining methods for the purpose of business analysis and decision making support. They should be able to classify business problems and make the optimal choice of data mining and business reporting methods. They should be able to use modern software tools for the purpose of conducting business analysis and providing support to business decision making.

The students should gain theoretical and practical knowledge in the domain of e-business and e-commerce. The main aim is to enable students to master the main concepts, business models and technological foundations, e-payment systems, corporate security issues. The students should be able to select hardware and software solutions and use the existing software environment to develop their own elctronic business.

English language 4 is based on a carefully designed language programme aimed at preparing the students for taking an internationally recognized exam at C1 English language level of proficiency (CAE). All four skills are equally developed: reading, writing, listening and speaking. The students attending this course have the opportunity to revise previously covered language points and upgrade their vocabulary skills and use of complex grammatical constructions. The students should be able to understand a wide range of complex, longer texts and recognize their implicit meaning. Also, they should be ale to use the language fluently and spontaneously, i.e., to effectively use the language in various social, academic and professional contexts.

Distributed Computing Services (Cloud Computing) is a modern concept or a new business computing model on the Internet which is based on the exchange of resources via the Internet, thus providing ubiquity, saving money and energy, and enablingrapid implementation. This course should make students conversant with the main types of computing: software as a service, platform as a service and infrastructure as a service. Such computer systems are composed of various information technologies associated with one logical and functional unit, as an abstraction and sharing of physical resources. The students shall gain theoretical and practical knowledge and skills on fundamental concepts of cloud computing, as well as how to explore computer resources more efficiently, with better control and lower maintenance, which enables IT sector of an organization to solve complex issues more efficiently and promplty.

This course aims to make students conversant with the basic terms and categories in the field of applied business skills with the aim of solving concrete business issues and upgrading performances within the chosen company.This programme should educate experts in the given filed who could work independently and contribute to the overall economic development, further develop and implement knowlede related to the domain of professional development and business skills, i.e., application of theoretical knowledge on concrete case studies. The students should acquire skills necessary to understand and implement the key business skills, basic regularities in order to achieve the desired goals. It should encourage lifelong learning with the aim of achieving business success and anticipated business outcomes, as well as to enable an indivudual to prosper and make his/her own contribution to the overall economic development.

Here you can fill out the online pre-admission registration form for the study programme Information Technology.
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