The Degree in Information Sciences and Technology prepares future computer scientists with a solid understanding of both theoretical and technological aspects of computer science.
The degree furnishes students with the tools and flexibility needed to remain up to date and keep up with the continuous evolution of computer science. It also prepares students in the areas of economics and language skills to allow for rapid insertion in the work place.
The curriculum requires three years of study, for a total of 180 credits, and is subdivided into two years of basic courses, with courses of programming, algorithms, architecture, networks, and data bases, and a third year with more in depth theoretical courses such as models of complex systems, categories and complexity theory, data base and information systems, software engineering, security, multimedia applications, and web architecture.
The degree requirements are flexible and encourage students to choose up to 54 course and project credits within the 180 credits required for successful degree completion.
Degree candidates are awarded a certification "Certification di Qualitá delle Lauree in Informatica" from GRIN, the Italian Association of University Teachers of Computer Science.