Study plan – FEI / N2647 / 2612T025 / - / N / P / Ostrava / en

Academic year2019/2020Study programmeN2647 - Information and Communication Technology
FacultyFaculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceField of study2612T025 - Computer Science and Technology
Type of studyFollow-up MasterSpecialization -
Form of studyFull-timeLanguage of instructionEnglish
Tutorial centreOstrava
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Computer Science and Technology - P (Compulsory)
WSCodeAbbreviationTitleYearEndingInstruction extentCreditsLanguage
PSP selection 460-4066/02 MPZZ Mathematics for Knowledge Processing 1 CrEx 3+3 6 English
PSP selection 420-4008/02 BvE Safety in Electrical Engineering 1 Ex 1+0 1 English
PSP selection 460-4064/02 SP I Semestral Project I 1 Cr 0+1 5 English
PSP selection 460-4065/02 TI Theoretical Computer Science 1 CrEx 3+3 6 English
PSP selection 470-4405/02 PS Probability and Statistics 1 CrEx 3+3 6 English
PSP selection 460-4067/02 SP II Semestral Project II 1 Cr 0+2 8 English
PSP selection 460-4095/02 DP I Diploma Project I 2 Cr 0+1 10 English
PSP selection 460-4096/02 DP II Diploma Project II 2 Cr 0+4 20 English

Year 1:
• The subject of Safety in Electronics will be taught by way of extended sessions at the beginning of the winter term. The period of the lessons will be announced at the web pages of the Faculty at the beginning of September.
• Project focused seminars – in year 1, students will work on two-term project (compulsory subjects SP I and SP II).
The topic of the term project falls into one of the following fields of study:
1. AD – Data Analysis
2. DAIS – Databases and Information Systems
3. PGZO – Computer Graphics and Image Processing
4. PSS – Computer Systems and Networks
5. SWI – Software Engineering
6. TI -Theoretical Information

The topic of the project is determined by the set of compulsory optional subjects of OSP of each student (these subjects will be compulsory to students). The list of subjects related to the term project is determined by the pedagogue who has announced the topic and makes it public together with the topic of a term project in IS KATIS, see http://katis.cs.vsb.cz/. A student must register for a topic in the IS KATIS, and must consult his/her registration with the pedagogue. A student is to sign up for the subjects related to the project in their OSP in IS EDISON at the time of regular sign-up period.
The remaining credits of the recommended 60 per a year are to be obtained from subjects selected by a student from the study plan.
• Students decide on the topic of their Master’s degree in the spring term of year 1 which then determines the set of compulsory optional subjects of OSP in year 2 of each student (these subjects will be compulsory for all students). The list of subjects related to the term project is determined by a pedagogue who has announced the topic and makes it public in a note of the Master’s thesis assignment in IS EDISON. A student is to sign up for the subjects related to the Master’s thesis in their OSP in IS EDISON at the time of regular sign-up period. Students are also to select optional subjects considering the optional subject selected for the final state exam.
• To be able to progress into year 2, a student must obtain 40 credits from subjects passed in year 1. All subjects a student signes up for, including optional ones, become compulsory on the day of signing up.
• Detailed instructions on signing-up into OSP can be obtained at the given field Department. The field Department is the Department of Informatics.

Year 2:
• All subjects a student signs up for, including optional ones, become compulsory on the day of signing up.
• Detailed instructions on signing-up into OSP can be obtained at the given field Department. The field Department is the Department of Informatics.
• In the summer term, lessons are given only for the duration of 10 weeks.
• A student of year 2 is to sign up to optional subjects selecting only from the subjects offered for the given year.
• A student may register for the final state exam provided he/she has completed all signed-up subjects, has obtained 120 credits for the entire follow-up Master’s studies, and has submitted his/her Master’s thesis.
The final state exam includes:
- The defence procedure of the Master’s thesis
- An exam from the compulsory subject of Information Technologies
- An exam from a compulsory optional subject. A student may select at least one subject from the following compulsory optional subjects:
1. Data Analysis
2. Databases and Information Systems
3. Computer Graphics and Image Processing
4. Computer Systems and Networks
5. Software Engineering
6. Theoretical Information

Computer Science and Technology - PV (Choice-compulsory)
WSCodeAbbreviationTitleYearEndingInstruction extentCreditsLanguage
PSP selection 460-4078/02 PG I Computer Graphics I 1 CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4082/02 PS Computer Systems 1 GC 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4089/02 ARUO Constraint Processing 1 GC 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4071/02 MAD I Data Analysis I 1 GC 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4068/02 DAIS II Database and Information Systems II 1 CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4079/02 DZO Digital Image Processing 1 CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4088/02 ML Mathematical Logic 1 CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4006/02 PES I Petri Nets I 1 CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4090/02 PP Programming Paradigms 1 GC 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4081/02 SPS Routed and Switched Networks 1 CrEx 2+3 5 English
PSP selection 460-4075/02 SNK Software Design and Construction 1 CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4085/02 TPS Advanced Computer Networks Technologies 1 CrEx 2+3 5 English
PSP selection 460-4083/02 SOJ Assembly Languages 1 CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4091/02 KO Combinatorial Optimization 1 CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4033/03 PG II Computer Graphics II 1 GC 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4072/02 MAD II Data Analysis II 1 GC 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4023/02 GPG Geometry for Computer Graphics 1 CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4080/02 ANO I Image Analysis I 1 CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4093/02 LP Logic Programming 1 GC 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4016/02 MaV Modeling and Verification 1 CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4092/02 ZPJ Natural-language Processing 1 CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4084/02 OSMZ Operating Systems of Mobile Devices 1 CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4097/02 FIDBS Physical Implementation of Database Systems 1 CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4076/02 INP Requirements Engineering 1 CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4077/02 TSK Testing and Software Quality 1 CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4038/02 AGU Algorithmisation of Geometrical Problems 2 CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4101/02 ARD Algorithms for Big Data 2 GC 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4099/02 MAD III Data Analysis III 2 GC 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4120/02 VD Data Visualization 2 CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4104/02 VEA Enterprise Application Development 2 CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4116/02 TEH Game Theory 2 CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4107/02 ANO II Image Analysis II 2 CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4074/02 MATD Methods of Analysis of Textual Data 2 GC 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4111/02 MS Mobile Computing 2 CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4114/02 MAS Multiagent Sytems 2 CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4112/02 PVOS Programming in Operating Systems 2 GC 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4119/02 SWP Software Process 2 Ex 2+0 2 English
PSP selection 460-4102/02 MAD IV Data Analysis IV 2 GC 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4109/02 GIS Geographic Information Systems 2 CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4058/02 ZMD Multimeadia Data Processing 2 GC 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4106/02 SMP Process Modeling and Standards 2 GC 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4105/02 UKM Software Maintanance and Configuration Management 2 GC 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4113/02 SUS UNIX Systems Management 2 GC 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4086/02 BIA Biologically Inspired Algorithms CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4117/02 PA I Parallel Algorithms I GC 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4118/02 PA II Parallel Algorithms II GC 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4087/02 NAVY Unconventional Algorithms and Computing CrEx 2+2 4 English

Computer Science and Technology - V (Optional)
WSCodeAbbreviationTitleYearEndingInstruction extentCreditsLanguage
PSP selection 712-3130/01 APCb/I English Language for Foreigners b/I 1 Cr 0+2 2 English
PSP selection 470-4116/05 VPzMA Selected Parts of Mathematical Analysis 1 CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 440-4106/06 VoIP VoIP 1 CrEx 2+3 5 English
PSP selection 470-4201/02 AA Applied algebra 1 CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4070/02 BI I Business Intelligence and Data Warehouses I 1 GC 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 712-3131/01 APCb/II English Language for Foreigners b/II 1 Cr 0+2 2 English
PSP selection 460-4121/02 OV I Operational Research I 1 CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4019/03 PES II Petri Nets II 1 CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 450-4009/02 OSRČ Real Time Operating Systems 1 CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4100/02 ABI Algorithms for Bioinformatics 2 GC 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4098/02 BI II Business Intelligence and Data Warehouses II 2 GC 1+2 3 English
PSP selection 460-4054/05 PVBPS Computer Viruses and Security of Computer Systems 2 CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 450-4030/02 NRVŘS Design and Application of Embedded Control Systems 2 CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 712-3132/01 APCc/I English Language for Foreigners c/I 2 Cr 0+2 2 English
PSP selection 460-4045/03 IM Information Management 2 GC 2+0 2 English
PSP selection 460-4108/02 OV II Operations Research II 2 CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4069/02 AVD Query Processing Algorithms 2 GC 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 470-4121/02 VKzAM Selected Parts of Applied Mathematics 2 CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4059/02 AWS Adaptive Web Systems 2 CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4034/03 VPL Advanced Logic 2 CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4046/03 KPB Cryptography and Computer Security 2 CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 712-3133/01 APCc/II English Language for Foreigners c/II 2 Cr 0+2 2 English
PSP selection 152-0370/02 ZPE Fundamentals of Business Economics 2 CrEx 2+1 3 English
PSP selection 460-4094/02 IT Internet Technologies 2 CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4048/03 NS Neural Networks 2 CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4049/03 PM Project Management 2 GC 3+0 3 English
PSP selection 470-4506/02 VKzNM Selected Chapters on Numerical Methods 2 CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4115/02 VPTI Selected Topics of Theoretical Computer Science 2 CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 460-4103/02 AKS Signal Analysis and Compression 2 GC 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 712-3101/05 A-Fir./I Company English I Cr 0+2 2 English
PSP selection 712-0403/02 NOK-I Professional German Conversation I Cr 0+2 2 English
PSP selection PSP selection 712-0202/02 AK-FEI English Conversation for FEI Cr 0+2 2 English
PSP selection PSP selection 712-0402/02 NK-FEI German Conversation for FEI Cr 0+2 2 English
PSP selection PSP selection 712-0602/02 RK-FEI Russian Conversation for FEI Cr 0+2 2 English
PSP selection PSP selection 712-0802/02 ŠK-FEI Spanish Conversation for FEI Cr 0+2 2 English
PSP selection 712-3102/05 A-Fir./II Company English II Cr 0+2 2 English
PSP selection 712-0404/02 NOK-II Professional German Conversation II Cr 0+2 2 English

The subject of conversation (English, German, Russian, Spanish) – is included in all study programmes and fields of study in the follow-up Master’s studies. Therefore the following note applies to all.
Subject: English, German, Russian, and Spanish conversation is designed for:
1. Students who want to travel abroad (e.g. in terms of Erasmus programme); these students are to sign up for the subject for the term preceding the travel.
2. Students of the follow-up Master’s studies according to the capacity of the Department of languages.
Students can sign up for the subject only once during their studies at FEI (Bachelor’s + Follow-up Master’s). The number of students who can sign up for this subject will be limited by the capacity given Department of Languages. Students travelling for a study stay abroad have always preference, and then students of follow-up Master’s studies. The lessons must be always arranged for individually at the Department of Languages.

Subjects of Business English 1 and 2 – is included in all study programmes and fields of study of the full-time follow-up Master’s studies. The following note therefore applies to all.
A student studying at FEI (Bachelor’s + Follow-up Master’s) may sign up for the subjects of Business English 1 and 2 only once.

There is a condition listed in the report from RSP held on 27 Nov 2014 saying that shall a student in his/her follow-up Master’s studies sign up for both FA 1 and 2 (Business English 1 and 2) and conversation, credits that will be counted into the overall 120 credits will be counted from either FA 1 and 2 or conversation.
Based on this condition, a note will be added to all study programmes and fields of study in the full-time follow-up Master’s studies.
Shall a student in his/her follow-up Master’s studies sign up for both FA 1 and 2 (Business English 1 and 2) and conversation, credits that will be counted into the overall 120 credits will be counted from either FA 1 and 2 or conversation.

Amendment:
If a student selects more from all mentioned subjects (apart from FA or conversation where the condition was added), it will not be monitored whether to count these into the overall 120 credits. Such issue has not been discussed at any of the RSP or KD meeting.
If Departments wish to monitor for such situations, I recommend to create their own note for the given field of study. It is necessary to have some written statement in case of a students’ complaint.
System Edison cannot monitor for credits that are not counted into the overall 120 credits (180 credits in Bachelor’s studies). Therefore, it is up a particular Department to monitor for such situations.
It is also necessary to make sure that students do not sign up for subjects already completed in their Bachelor’s studies (Introduction to Technical Correspondence, Conversation, Business English 1 and 2). The decision of the Council of Edison is as follows – do not introduce subjects of the same number in both Bachelor’s and Master’s studies. Introducing different number in the follow-up Master’s studies for the same subject would not resolve anything – still, we would need to monitor it manually, and what is more, a duplicity could be created.

V - Sport (Optional)
WSCodeAbbreviationTitleYearEndingInstruction extentCreditsLanguage
PSP selection 713-0400/02 ZVK4 Basic Winter Sports Course 1.master degree 1 Cr 0+1 W/S 0 English
PSP selection 713-0401/02 NTV4ZS Physical education 1.master degree A 1 Cr 0+2 0 English
PSP selection 713-0444/02 LVK4 Basic Summer Sports Course 1.master degree 1 Cr 0+1 W/S 0 English
PSP selection 713-0402/02 NTV4LS Physical education 1.master degree B 1 Cr 0+2 0 English
PSP selection 713-0500/02 ZVK5 Basic Winter Sports Course 2.master degree 2 Cr 0+1 W/S 0 English
PSP selection 713-0601/02 NTV5ZS Physical education 2. master degree A 2 Cr 0+2 0 English
PSP selection 713-0602/02 NTV5LS Physical education 2. master degree B 2 Cr 0+2 0 English