Computer graphics

Computer graphics

Specialty

First Cycle

Computer graphics specialty at UEM in Warsaw – why is it worth it?

Why is it worth it?

FOR WHOM WAS THE SPECIALTY OF COMPUTER GRAPHICS CREATED?
We have created the specialty of computer graphics for people interested in applying IT tools in the field of new media art. If you are fascinated with technical aspects and tools used in the creation of graphic projects, at UEM you will learn to build, test, and operate IT systems in this field.

PRACTICAL ASPECT OF THE PROFESSION
As our graduate you will:

  • learn graphic design tools in Adobe Creative Cloud and others environments,
  • get to know the tools used in the field of new media art
  • gain the ability to use modern platforms to develop websites and graphical user interfaces.

FUTURE-ORIENTED EDUCATION
At UEM you will gain current knowledge in line with the latest trends in graphic design. Our University combines technological and artistic competencies, thanks to which you receive a unique educational offer.

Courses

Courses

The programme of education of 3,5 years, full-time and part-time first-cycle studies (Bachelor of engineering) in Information technology includes the following courses:

COURSES OF THE SPECIALTY

Graphic design

New media art

Graphical user interfaces programming

Websites programming

Consultation and writing the diploma thesis

Vocational training

ELECTIVE , BASIC AND MAJOR COURSES FOR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY STUDIES:

Basics of management/ Psychology

Macroeconomics/ Basics of marketing

Corporate finance/ Marketing research

Statistics/ Operation research

Computer graphics/ Numerical methods

Basics of artificial intelligence/ Global network architecture

English language

Ecology

Economic law

Microeconomics

Mathematics

Physics

Logics and set theory

Electrotechnology and electronics

Introduction to computer science

Basics of digital technology

Computer architecture

Operating systems

Databases

Computer networks

Basics of programming

Object-oriented programming

Algorithms and data structures

Event-driven programming

Basics of telecommunications

Basics of automatics and robotics

Software engineering

Websites programming

Signals and information theory

IT projects management

Systems and network security

Social aspects of the Internet

Diploma seminar

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