|Study location||Latvia, Riga|
|Tuition fee||€2,500.00 per year|
|Application fee||€200.00 one-time|
|Registration fee||€100.00 one-time
Baltic Center Registration Fee Includes:
High school / secondary education (or higher)
At least 2 reference(s) should be provided.
The aim of the programme is to provide such professional studies that are based on the theoretical background of information technologies, confirm with the professional standards and are practically applicable, which will foster the national competiveness in the information technology branch in the changing social-economic circumstances and labour market.
Tasks of the study programme:
To provide theoretical knowledges and practical skills for carrying out duties and tasks corresponding to the profession standard and level of qualification: coding, software project planning, software maintenance, implementation and testing, preparation of user documentation.
To develop common skills in the branch: apply IT branch standarts; use IT terminology in English and Latvian; use operation systems; apply text and graphics editors etc. office aplications; participate in project management.
To develop special abilities in the branch: write and debug software codes; apply projection shemes and diagrams; make data protection and security events; analyze software code; implement user interfaces; use data request languages; measure software performance; use the good programming style; use software testing techniques; make system design.
To develop general skills in the profession: communication skills; skill to work in the team (group); skill to work independently; prepare presentation materiāls and events and conduct them; be persuasive and support one’s opinion; create business documentation; observe the principles of professional ethics; be able to communicate in Latvian and English.
Industry professional specialization courses
Data structures and algorithms
Computer graphics and image processing basics
Software development technology
Information systems design
Mobile applications development
System modelling basics
Information systems, safety and management
WEB content management systems
Theoretical basics of industry and information technology courses
Computer systems organization and architecture
The operating systems
Research project organization
Software development project management
Probability theory and mathematical statistics
The mainstream study courses
Labour, the environment and civil protection
IT industry legislation and standards
Exchange of business information
Business Communication and Professional Ethics
Foreign languages in computer science
Careers in information technology deal with the design, creation, management and maintenance of the varied components of the system, including software, hardware, networks, systems integration and multimedia. Broadly, information technology can be divided into four central pathways: network systems, information support and services, programming and software development, and Web and digital communication. Down each career avenue exist myriad occupational opportunities, ranging from database administrator to computer systems engineer, digital media specialist to systems analyst.