Study plan – FEI / B0714A150004 / - / - / B / P / Ostrava / en

Academic year2022/2023Study programmeB0714A150004 – Computer Systems for the Industry of the 21st. Century
FacultyFaculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceSpecialization
Type of studyBachelor
Form of studyFull-timeLanguage of instructionEnglish
Tutorial centreOstrava
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SZZ-PSS-Informatics (Compulsory)
WSCodeAbbreviationTitleYearEndingInstruction extentCreditsLanguagePZSZZ
PSP selection 460-2001/06 ALG I Algorithms I 2 GC 2+2 4 English PZ INF
PSP selection 460-2009/05 SWI Introduction to Software Engineering 2 CrEx 2+2 4 English PZ INF
PSP selection 460-2055/02 OOP Object Oriented Programming 2 CrEx 1+2 4 English PZ INF
PSP selection 460-2064/02 ZSU Fundamentals of Machine Learning 3 GC 2+2 4 English PZ INF
PSP selection 460-2016/06 OSY Operating Systems 3 CrEx 2+3 5 English PZ INF
PSP selection 460-2040/04 PB Computer Security 3 CrEx 2+2 4 English PZ INF

The student can apply for the FSE (Final State Examination) if he / she has completed all enrolled subjects, obtained 180 credits for the entire bachelor study and submitted the bachelor thesis.

The final state examination includes:
- defense of bachelor thesis
- oral exam - two topics in the range of subjects of the profiling base:

1) Cybernetics - contains the following subjects:
• Sensors and Measurements
• Signals and Systems
• Cybernetics
• Programmable Controllers and Visualization of Control Systems
• Digital and Microprocessor Technology I
• Virtual Instrumentation I
• Virtual Instrumentation II

2) Informatics - contains the following subjects:
• Introduction to SW Engineering
• Object Oriented Programming
• Algorithms I
• Operating Systems
• Basics of Machine Learning
• Computer Security.

The State Final Examination is held in front of the State Examination Board, which is appointed in accordance with the Study and Examination Regulations for Bachelor's Degree Programs at VŠB - TU Ostrava and is public. The duration of the state examination is 30 minutes.

SZZ-PSS-Cybernetics (Compulsory)
WSCodeAbbreviationTitleYearEndingInstruction extentCreditsLanguagePZSZZ
PSP selection 450-2025/02 PAVŘS Programmable Controllers and HMI/SCADA Systems 2 CrEx 2+2 4 English PZ KYB
PSP selection 450-2003/04 SaM Sensors and Measurement 2 CrEx 2+2 4 English PZ KYB
PSP selection 450-2009/03 SaS Signals and Systems 2 CrEx 3+2 6 English PZ KYB
PSP selection 450-2019/02 KYB Cybernetics 2 CrEx 2+2 6 English PZ KYB
PSP selection 430-2203/07 ČMT1 Digital and Microprocessor Technique I 2 GC 3+2 6 English PZ KYB
PSP selection 450-2028/06 VI1 Virtual Instrumentation I 3 CrEx 2+2 6 English PZ KYB
PSP selection 450-2033/04 VI2 Virtual Instrumentation II. 3 CrEx 2+2 4 English PZ KYB

The student can apply for the FSE (Final State Examination) if he / she has completed all enrolled subjects, obtained 180 credits for the entire bachelor study and submitted the bachelor thesis.

The final state examination includes:
- defense of bachelor thesis
- oral exam - two topics in the range of subjects of the profiling base:

1) Cybernetics - contains the following subjects:
• Sensors and Measurements
• Signals and Systems
• Cybernetics
• Programmable Controllers and Visualization of Control Systems
• Digital and Microprocessor Technology I
• Virtual Instrumentation I
• Virtual Instrumentation II

2) Informatics - contains the following subjects:
• Introduction to SW Engineering
• Object Oriented Programming
• Algorithms I
• Operating Systems
• Basics of Machine Learning
• Computer Security.

The State Final Examination is held in front of the State Examination Board, which is appointed in accordance with the Study and Examination Regulations for Bachelor's Degree Programs at VŠB - TU Ostrava and is public. The duration of the state examination is 30 minutes.

BCSI-Computer Systems for the Industry of the 21st. Century (Compulsory)
WSCodeAbbreviationTitleYearEndingInstruction extentCreditsLanguagePZSZZ
PSP selection 420-2016/05 TOI Circuit Theory I 1 GC 2+4 6 English ZT
PSP selection 410-2204/04 VUEE Electricity Generation and Utilization 1 GC 2+2 6 English ZT
PSP selection 440-2103/04 ÚdKT Introduction to Communication Technologies 1 GC 3+2 6 English ZT
PSP selection 470-2110/06 MA1 Mathematical Analysis 1 1 CrEx 3+3 6 English ZT
PSP selection 480-2400/02 ZF Principles of Physics 1 GC 0+2 2 English ZT
PSP selection 420-2004/02 BvE Safety in Electrical Engineering 1 Ex 1+0 1 English
PSP selection 450-2079/02 ZAP Basics of Algorithms and Programming 1 GC 2+3 5 English ZT
PSP selection 420-2017/04 TOII Circuit Theory II 1 GC 2+2 4 English ZT
PSP selection 450-2018/04 EM Electrical Measurements 1 GC 2+3 6 English ZT
PSP selection 430-2201/06 EL Electronics 1 GC 3+2 6 English ZT
PSP selection 711-0203/16 DVT History of Science and Technology 1 Cr 0+2 2 English
PSP selection 470-2201/03 LA1 Linear Algebra 1 CrEx 2+2 4 English ZT
PSP selection 460-2052/02 UPR Introduction to Programming 2 GC 1+3 5 English
PSP selection 470-2111/06 MA2 Mathematical Analysis 2 2 CrEx 2+2 4 English ZT
PSP selection 480-2410/02 FYI Physics I 2 CrEx 2+3 5 English ZT
PSP selection 450-2080/02 PIRMS Instruments for the Implementation of Control and Monitoring Systems 2 GC 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 450-2029/02 SsUI Artificial Intelligence Systems 3 GC 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 450-2020/04 BS1 Bachelor Seminar Work 1 3 Cr 0+2 8 English PZ
PSP selection 450-2092/02 VS Embedded Systems 3 CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 450-2021/02 BS2 Bachelor Seminar Work 2 3 Cr 0+3 8 English PZ
PSP selection 450-2059/04 PSSF Computer Systems for Smart Factory 3 CrEx 1+2 3 English
PSP selection 450-2057/02 ITSB Intelligent Systems and Technologies for Smart Buildings 3 CrEx 2+2 4 English
PSP selection 711-0605/33 sociologie Sociology 3 Cr 0+2 2 English
PSP selection 440-2319/02 BSS Wireless Sensor Networks 3 CrEx 2+2 4 English PZ

• The subject Security in Electrical Engineering will be conducted in block form at the start of the winter semester. The timetable will be made available on the web pages of the Faculty at the beginning of September.
• The subject is registered by all students mandatorily; after testing their expertise, the students are notified pursuant to Section 4 of Decree No. 50/1978 Coll. and can perform activity on electrical equipment and FEI laboratories.
• Students are obliged to complete two semesters of the subject Physical Exercise in the first year of their studies (Physical Exercise A and B). Students can select a particular sport from the list offered by the Department of Physical Education at the beginning of the semester. Other choices are up to students. The Department of Physical Education also offers students in all semesters and study years the possibility of completing an optional subject, Physical Education, and of attending one-week winter and summer physical exercise courses. For further information, please contact the Department of Physical Education and Sport.
• During his studies, the student must take two courses offered by the Social Sciences department. The first subject Soft Skills I is included in the study plan for the first year of the summer semester. The second subject Psychology I is included in the study plan for the 3rd year of the summer semester.
• The checking of the study results takes place after the winter semester of the first year. To be able to continue with their studies in the summer semester, students must gain a minimum of 15 credits. Students who are repeating the first year must complete all the subjects of the winter semester of the first year of studies to be able to continue in the summer semester.
•The student needs at least 40 credits to pass into the second year.

• To complete the third year, all duties prescribed for the 1st year must be fulfilled and 40 credits from the 2nd year courses must be obtained.
• Detailed instructions for signing up subjects into the Student’s Personal Plan can be obtained from the field department or from the web pages of said department.
• All subjects, including optional ones, become binding on the day a student signs up for them.
• The field department is the Department of Cybernetics and Biomedical engineering.

• The lessons of the summer semester of the third year of study take place for only 10 weeks.
• In the third year of their studies students must complete the subject
• Bachelor’s Seminar 1 and 2 in one of following forms:
a) Processing of Topic from the Department
b) Processing of Topic from a Company
c) Practice in a Company

Excursions are part of the study plan.

B-FL (Compulsory)
WSCodeAbbreviationTitleYearEndingInstruction extentCreditsLanguagePZSZZ
PSP selection 712-0124/04 Ab/I-FEI English Language b/I for FEI - intermediate 1 Cr 0+2 2 English
PSP selection 712-0125/04 Ab/II-FEI English Language b/II for FEI - intermediate 1 Cr 0+2 2 English
PSP selection 712-0126/03 Ab/III-FEI English Language b/III for FEI - intermediate 2 Cr 0+2 2 English
PSP selection 712-0127/03 Ab/IV-FEI English Language b/IV for FEI - intermediate 2 CrEx 0+2 2 English

• Students sign up for a specific level of English language for each of the first four semesters. The language levels are as follows: a – beginners, b – advanced. Students are automatically signed up for an advanced level of English language. Please contact the Department of Studies in order to change the level.

B-PT (Compulsory)
WSCodeAbbreviationTitleYearEndingInstruction extentCreditsLanguagePZSZZ
PSP selection 713-0012/03 TVA Physical Education A 1 Cr 0+2 1 English
PSP selection 713-0013/03 TVB Physical Education B 1 Cr 0+2 1 English

• Students are obliged to complete two semesters of the subject Physical Exercise in the first year of their studies (Physical Exercise A and B). Students can select a particular sport from the list offered by the Department of Physical Education at the beginning of the semester. Other choices are up to students. The Department of Physical Education also offers students in all semesters and study years the possibility of completing an optional subject, Physical Education, and of attending one-week winter and summer physical exercise courses. For further information, please contact the Department of Physical Education and Sport.

B-CSI (Optional)
WSCodeAbbreviationTitleYearEndingInstruction extentCreditsLanguagePZSZZ
PSP selection PSP selection 712-0202/02 AK-FEI English Conversation for FEI 3 Cr 0+2 2 English
PSP selection PSP selection 712-0402/02 NK-FEI German Conversation for FEI 3 Cr 0+2 2 English
PSP selection PSP selection 712-0602/02 RK-FEI Russian Conversation for FEI 3 Cr 0+2 2 English
PSP selection PSP selection 712-0802/02 ŠK-FEI Spanish Conversation for FEI 3 Cr 0+2 2 English
PSP selection 712-3132/01 APCc/I English Language for Foreigners c/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 420-2036/02 BvE Safety in Electrical Engineering 2 Ex 1+0 0 English
PSP selection 712-3133/01 APCc/II English Language for Foreigners c/II Cr 0+2 2 English
PSP selection 712-0404/02 NOK-II Professional German Conversation II Cr 0+2 2 English

• Students enroll in elective courses according to their preferences to complete the required number of credits in each semester.
• For the summer semester, students enroll in elective courses only from the offer for the 3rd year.
• The subject Popularization of Science and Technology 1 can be enrolled at the department at the department only after agreement with the program guarantor.
• The course Introduction to English Business and Technical Correspondence can be enrolled only once during the study at FEI (Bc + N).
• The subject: English, German, Russian and Spanish conversation is intended for:
1. Students who want to travel abroad for a study stay (eg within the Erasmus program), enroll in the course for the semester before the planned trip.
2. Students of the follow-up master's study, according to the capacity of the Department of Languages.
3. Bachelor's students who have passed a foreign language exam (standardly after completing four semesters of foreign language teaching), according to the capacity of the Department of Languages
Students can enroll in the course only once during their studies at FEI. The number of students who can enroll in this course will be limited by the Department of Languages ​​according to its possibilities. Priority is always given to students going on a study stay abroad. Follow-up master's degree students follow.
Teaching must always be solved individually at the Department of Languages.
During their studies at FEI, students can enroll in courses from this Institute of Languages ​​for a maximum of 4 credits, the capacity of the courses is determined by the Institute of Languages.
Students can enroll in courses focused on English only after passing the English exam (by default, after completing four semesters of English).
German and Chinese can be studied in addition to the compulsory number of credits (180 credits).

Course Safety in Electrical Engineering 2 is designed for students who have taken the Safety in Electrical Engineering course 3 or more years ago.

O-PT (Optional)
WSCodeAbbreviationTitleYearEndingInstruction extentCreditsLanguagePZSZZ
PSP selection 713-0117/02 ZVK1 Basic Winter Sports Course 1. year 1 Cr 0 W/S+1 W/S 0 English
PSP selection 713-0118/02 LVK1 Basic Summer Sports Course 1.year 1 Cr 0 W/S+1 W/S 0 English
PSP selection 713-0221/02 ZVK2 Basic Winter Sports Course 2. year 2 Cr 0 W/S+1 W/S 0 English
PSP selection 713-0219/02 NTV2ZS Physical education 2. year A 2 Cr 0+2 0 English
PSP selection 713-0222/02 LVK2 Basic Summer Sports Course 2.year 2 Cr 0 W/S+1 W/S 0 English
PSP selection 713-0220/02 NTV2LS Physical education 2. year B 2 Cr 0+2 0 English
PSP selection 713-0300/02 ZVK3 Basic Winter Sports Course 3. year 3 Cr 0 W/S+1 W/S 0 English
PSP selection 713-0301/02 NTV3 Physical education 3.year A 3 Cr 0+2 0 English
PSP selection 713-0302/02 NTV3LS Physical education 3. year B 3 Cr 0+2 0 English