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New curricula at Department of Mathematics and Informatics (3+2+3) (Novi Sad) passed the accreditation. Durres , September 9 , 2008. Andreja Tepav č evi ć & Zoran Budimac Department of Mathematics and Informatics Faculty of Science University of Novi Sad Serbia. Faculty of Science UNS.

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new curricula at department of mathematics and informatics 3 2 3 novi sad passed the accreditation
New curricula at Department of Mathematics and Informatics (3+2+3) (Novi Sad) passed the accreditation

Durres, September9, 2008

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Andreja Tepavčević & Zoran Budimac

  • Department of Mathematics and Informatics
  • Faculty of Science
  • University of Novi Sad
  • Serbia
faculty of science uns
Faculty of Science UNS
  • Foundedin 1969
  • Consists of 5 departments
    • Biology and Ecology
    • Chemistry
    • Mathematics and Informatics
    • Geography
    • Physics
  • 71 laboratories, 24000 m2
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Faculty of Sciencesconsists of 5000 people: students, teachers and non-teaching staff.

  • 256 researchers in Mathematics, Informatics and Natural Sciences
faculty of science uns has passed the accreditation
Faculty of Science, UNS has passed the accreditation
  • On 12. April, 2008 the Quality Control Commission of Republic of Serbia approved the accreditation of Faculty of Science IN THE FIRST ROUND.
curricula of informatics starting from 2008 9
Curricula of Informatics(starting from 2008/9)
  • 3+2+3 (Bachelor + Master + Doctoral)
  • BSc in Informatics
    • Computer Science
    • Information technologies
  • Master in Informatics
    • Theoretical
    • Computer Science
    • Teaching
  • Master in Information Technologies
    • Software engineering
    • Information systems
  • PhD in Informatics
bsc in informatics
BSC in Informatics
  • Obligatory courses:
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Two modules:
  • Module 1: Computer Science (85 ECTS)
  • Module 2: Information Technologies (80ECTS)
optional courses
Optional courses
  • Module 1 Computer Science

-student choose 36 ECTS

  • Module 2 Information Technologies

-student choose 41 ECTS

from the following list:

master in informatics
Master in Informatics
  • Obligatory courses
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Three modules:
  • Module 1: Computer Science (31 ECTS)
  • Module 2: Informatics Education (30 ECTS)
  • Module 3: Theoretical Computer Science (26 ECTS)
optional courses1
Optional courses
  • Module 1: Computer Science

-student choose 36 ECTS

  • Module 2: Informatics Education

-student choose 37 ECTS

  • Module 3: Theoretical Computer Science

-student choose 41 ECTS

from the following list:

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Two modules:
  • Module 1: Software Engineering (22.5 ECTS)
  • Module 2: Information Systems (32.5 ECTS)
optional courses2
Optional courses
  • Module 1: Software Engineering

-student choose 52 ECTS

  • Module 2: Information Systems

-student choose 42 ECTS

where are joint master studies in software engineering tempus project in
Where are ‘joint’ master studies in software engineering (Tempus project)? In:
  • Master of Information Technologies
    • Software engineering

that consists of:

  • Courses from the ‘joint’ studies +
  • Some other courses –
  • Soft ‘joint’ courses (E-business, Business modeling, applied system thinking,…)
some statistics elective courses
Some statistics – elective courses
  • BSc – obligatory courses 33%
    • Computer science: + 44 %
    • Information technologies: + 44%
  • BSc – elective courses: + 33 %
  • MSc Informatics, 33 % elective
  • MSc IT, 36 % elective
  • PhD, 100% elective
some statistics math vs inf
Some statistics: math. vs inf.

10 students enrolled

  • BSc in CS (only obligatory)
    • Mathematics + theoretical found.: 45 %
    • Informatics: 55 %
  • BSc in IT (only obligatory)
    • Mathematics + theoretical found.: 26 %
    • Informatics: 74 %

58 students enrolled

some statistics math vs inf1
Some statistics: math. vs inf.
  • MSc in Inf - CS (only obligatory)
    • Mathematics + theoretical found.: 40 %
    • Informatics: 60 %
  • BSc in IT – SE (only obligatory)
    • Mathematics + theoretical found.: 15 %
    • Informatics: 85 %
problems
Problems
  • Courses for PhD are ‘thin’ (5 ECTS points each) – because of accreditation ‘metrics’ 
  • Is our BSc in CS (45% theory, 55% inf.) capable of doing something useful in industry?
    • Probably not → master
conclusion
Conclusion
  • Is this the final stage of our continual 10-years efforts of reforms?
  • Probably not, but it is a good step in that direction 
  • The next step: analyzing the courses contents to check the usefulness to industry (esp. after 3 years).
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