computer science, bsc


computer science, bsc
Undergraduate full-time study (first-cycle) program 3.5 years (7 semesters)

Tuition fee: 1000 EUR / semseter


leading to an inżynier qualification (bachelor’s degree)

specialisms:
– production process programming
– industrial computer systems

Overview of the undergraduate (first cycle) program


Computer Science for Manufacturing Engineering is a cutting edge programme of study with a curriculum adapted according to the current needs of the labour market, with these resulting from technological changes driven by the fourth Industrial Revolution (Industry 4.0) and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). Industry 4.0 integrates intelligent machines and systems and brings changes to the production process in order to increase productivity and flexibility. Industry 4.0 has spurred not only technological progress but also social transitions; it requires a new approach to labour and the role of humans in industry.

Graduates of the Computer Science for Manufacturing Engineering programme will be able to perform specialist tasks associated with the constant modernisation of the manufacturing sector, including large-scale implementation of artificial intelligence (AI) based solutions.

The production process programming specialism is aimed at students wishing to develop a detailed knowledge and skills in the area of programming for manufacturing purposes, both for conventional and unconventional processes, especially CNC machining, metal forming, 3D printing and scanning, laser and plasma cutting, water jetting, electrical discharge machining, welding and rapid prototyping. Students will also learn how to program and control robots and robotic systems, especially manipulators. They will be provided with a fundamental understanding of core machine learning (ML) ideas and concepts.

Students who choose to specialise in production process programming learn about:

– CNC programming and control,
– programming in laser cutting, plasma cutting and welding,
– computer-controlled machines, especially for metal forming and composite fabrication, and computer-controlled processes, particularly those involving heat transfer and the flow of fluids,
– modern mechanical engineering,
– automated and robotised manufacturing.

The industrial computer systems specialism is aimed at students wishing to develop an in-depth knowledge and skills required to design industrial manufacturing systems and decision-making systems, to design, develop and control computer-based systems for industrial applications, and to manage people working in an industrial environment. On completion of this programme, students will be able to seek employment in manufacturing, computer systems and administration.

The topics covered within the industrial computer systems specialism include:

– development of intelligent systems to control industrial processes,
– administration and management of industrial computer systems and computer networks,
– security of industrial computer systems and computer networks,
– design and administration of industrial computer systems and computer networks,
– programming, using state-of-the-art programming tools,
– programming of industrial controllers and robots,
– industrial electronics,
–  computer-aided design.