Structure of the Programme: The University uses the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS): 1 credit = 25 astronomic hours, that includes
both contact and student independent work hours. The program full volume is 240 credits, which includes:
● Academic writing -5 ECTS
● Obligatory Computer Science Courses- 142 ECTS
● Elective Computer Science Courses – 50 ECTS
● Free (including extra specialty) Courses – 43 ECTS
Programme Admission Precondition: According to the Georgian law, passing Unified National Exams is required to be admitted to the
educational program. Passing Unified National Exams in English language and mathematics is required. Moreover, for the English exam
passing 50% + 1 is the passing threshold. Student of a bachelor program can become anyone with secondary education.
Admission to the educational program without passing Unified National exams may be allowed only in cases considered by the Georgian law.
Purpose of the Programme: Aims of the Bachelor Program in Computer Science are:
(1) To provide graduates with solid theoretical and practical knowledge in fundamental and modern subfields of computer science, such as
mathematical foundations of computer science, algorithms and data structures, computer systems and networks and their security,
databases, software engineering, computer architecture, methods of artificial intelligence and machine learning, etc.;
(2) To enable graduates to respond to the challenges related to modern technology, prepare internationally competitive specialists who will be
able to work in the private or public sector;
(3) To enable graduates to pursue studies at the next level of academic education in computer science, computer engineering, information
sciences, artificial intelligence, and information technology.
Learning Outcome: After completing the Bachelor Program of Computer Science, the graduate will have the following competencies necessary
for his / her specialization.
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