Information systems



Do you enjoy computers but don't want to spend 8 hours a day developing software products? Are you attracted to economics and management but do not long for managerial positions? In that case, the Bachelor's degree program in Information Systems may be the right one for you, the aim of which is to provide students with a comprehensive bachelor's degree in computer science with a slight overlap in the areas of economics and law related to the operation of computer information systems. The graduate of this program understands computer information systems at such a level that they can use them and analyze, design, and maintain them. You can find more detailed information on the Department of Computer Science website (in Czech). Further information and instructions for applying for the study are provided on the faculty website in the admission procedure section.

What will I learn

During the study, you will acquire knowledge of primary thematic areas of informatics (algorithmization and programming, database systems and data management, information systems, computer networks and communication technologies, security in ICT, software engineering and project management), and related parts of mathematics (probability and statistics), economics (microeconomics, business economics) and law (internet and computer law). In addition, you will gain practical skills in data processing and statistical data analysis, database systems management, as well as in the design, implementation and verification of the modules of information systems (deployed in companies or public administration).


The study program is excellent preparation for studying the follow-up Master's degree study program Software and Information Systems, or the follow-up Master's degree study program Informatics and its specialization. At the same time, however, you can immediately apply your knowledge in practice in almost all areas of the national economy, such as the software, automotive and machinery industries, the financial sector or public administration. You can work, for example, as a business process and information systems analyst, application manager, data or ICT systems administrator, assistant ICT project manager, assistant head of corporate ICT department or as a trader in information and communication technology products and services.