Language of instruction
Note: Students can be provided with academic support courses in English language, in case of need during their studies at KIU.
- Program developed in partnership with TUM and TUM International;
- Program approved by International Advisory Board;
- Georgian accreditation equivalent obtained.
Graduates of the bachelor’s program in Computer Science will be able to:
Goal 1. Apply mathematical foundations, algorithmic principles and computer science theory in the design of computer-based systems and demonstrate the trade-offs involved in design choices.
Goal 2. Apply a broad understanding of the fundamental theories, concepts, and applications of computer science along with ethical principles in their professional career.
Goal 3. Use communication, teamwork and leadership skills effectively in the development of complex software systems.
Goal 4. Attain recognition of the need for an ability to engage in continuing development of their professional knowledge and skills.
Future careers in this profession
Graduates of the bachelor’s program in Computer Science go on to begin an exciting career in the fields of software engineering, research, and IT consultancy in Georgia as well as internationally.
They can find employment in every industrial and economic sector, whether related to mechanical or electrical engineering, mathematics, or medicine. Some examples include the design of complex information systems for commercial use, programming robots, building data networks between banks and corporations, of developing traffic control systems.
- Professors from TUM and other international universities
- Seminars and interactive teaching
- Access to worldwide library system electronically
- Modern and high tech infrastructure with state of the art facilities
- Individual, student centered approaches of teaching, delivery of
seminars and establishing lifelong learning, continuous development
- Internship at national and international companies.