The Department of Applied Informatics is the successor to the Department of automated management systems, which was established in 1973. They educate students in the study field 9.2.10 of Economic informatics at the bachelor level of study. The study trains professionals who have good economic knowledge, they control information and communication technologies, and can implement modern information technologies to increase the efficiency of economic processes. Graduates can find jobs in all sectors, in public administration, in the private sphere, but also as independent entrepreneurs.


Profile of graduates

Graduates in the field of Economic informatics will gain a complex knowledge in economic fields and in the field of informatics during the study and, they gain skills and concrete experience of working with information and communication technologies, they become acquainted with the best practices in selected areas. They will be able to work with standard office software, to use information technology to communicate with partners and collaborators, analyze design and implement socio-economic information systems. They will gain knowledge of programming, design, entrepreneurship and an overview of the methods of using information technology to achieve established business objectives. The study also includes basic knowledge of the management of security and the protection of information systems and legislation that affect the use of information and communication technologies in economic sphere.

Graduates have knowledge and gain insights in:

  • micro-and macro-economies and their processes,
  • economy and corporate finance;
  • mathematical statistics and operational research,
  • operational systems,
  • database systems,
  • algorithms and programming,
  • computer networks and security of information systems,
  • office software
  • design, construction and implementation of information systems of businesses and organizations.


Practical skills and techniques

Graduates gain knowledge that allows them to find career as:

  • consultant-computer engineer able to work in tackling economic-information problems,
  • programmer who can implement the information systems projects,
  • programmer of web applications and corporate intranets, 
  • designer and an information-communication service provider on networks.


Additional knowledge and skills

The Graduate can:

  • communicate, present, evaluate and recommend ways to address business information requirements;
  • fully participate in solving information systems,
  • to complement knowledge in the development of information technologies, to organize their own qualification growth in line with current developments,
  • present the substance of the proposed solutions, formulate organizational, technical and staff assumptions for their implementation.