Are you interested in programming? Do you want to develop software for the various areas? Do you like working in a team? Then you should like further information about a Bachelor of Science program in Informatics (BSI).
The term “informatics” is the study and practice of storing, finding, creating, manipulating and sharing information. Informatics is the science of computer information systems. As an academic field it involves the practice of information processing, and the engineering of information systems. Everywhere Software can be found, either in the washing machine, the TV. To meet this challenge are complex software systems and people who can develop these needs (developers). Software solutions are to be reliable, fast and easy to operate.
Industrial Management and Technology
The industrial Management and Technology program provides students with a diverse background incorporating many fields of study. Industrial engineers are charged with figuring out the best way to do things. Whether the end product is an automobile, computer or a transportation system, industrial engineers, with their "systems focus," are always called upon to analyze and improve complex systems. The system-wide view and the people-oriented, problem-solving characteristic are distinctive features of industrial engineers that set them apart from other traditional engineering professions.