1 COURSE CATALOGUE Field: COMPUTER SCIENCE Programme: Bachelor s Degree Programme in Computer Science (Informatics) Length of studies: years (6 semesters) Number of ECTS Credits: for the B.Sc. Thesis Language of teaching: Romanian (English/French tutoring available for Erasmus students) Type of courses: Full-time Programme description: The programme covers the following educational route: 1 st YEAR OF STUDY SEMESTER 1 (1 weeks) INFO101 Computer Systems Architecture Compulsory, 56 6 INFO102 Computational Logic Compulsory, 56 6 INFO10 Imperative/Procedural Programming Compulsory, 70 6 Office Automation INFO10 Analytical and Differential Algebra and Compulsory, 2 Geometry INFO105 Mathematical Analysis Compulsory, 56 6 INFO106 Foreign Language 1 Compulsory, 28 2 INFO107 Physical Education1 Compulsory, 28 1 INFO108 History of Computer Science Optional, st YEAR OF STUDY SEMESTER 2 (1 weeks) INFO109 Algorithms and Data Structures Compulsory, 8 6 INFO110 Mathematical Fundamentals of Compulsory, 2 6 Computers INFO111 Operating Systems Compulsory, 56 6 INFO112 Graphs Algorithms Compulsory, 56 5 INFO11 Mathematical Statistics and Compulsory, 2 5 Probability INFO11 Foreign Language 2 Compulsory, 28 2 INFO115 Physical Education 2 Compulsory, 1 1 INFO116 Computational Geometry Optional, 56
2 2 nd YEAR OF STUDY SEMESTER (1 weeks) INFO201 Databases Compulsory, 56 5 INFO202 Fundamental Algorithms Compulsory, 56 INFO20 Numerical Calculus Compulsory, 56 5 INFO20 Object-Oriented Programming Compulsory, 70 6 INFO205 Differential and Partial Differential Compulsory, 56 Equations INFO206 Mathematical Software Elective (1 out of 2), 6 INFO207 Complex Analysis INFO208 Computational Algebra 2 Optional, 56 2 nd YEAR OF STUDY SEMESTER (1 weeks) INFO209 Computer Networks Compulsory, 56 5 INFO210 Formal and Automatic Languages Compulsory, 56 INFO211 Mathematical Modeling and Simulation Compulsory, 56 5 INFO212 Database Administration Systems Compulsory, 56 5 INFO21 Advanced Programming Techniques Compulsory, 56 5 INFO21 Optimization Techniques Compulsory, 56 INFO215 Practical Work Compulsory, 60 2 INFO216 Fractal and Stochastic Processes Optional, 56 rd YEAR OF STUDY SEMESTER 5 (1 weeks) INFO01 Parallel and Distributed Programming Compulsory, 56 6 INFO02 Geometric Modeling and Computer Compulsory, 56 6 Graphics INFO0 Program Analysis and Design Compulsory, 56 6 INFO0 Coding Theory Compulsory, 56 6 INFO05 Artificial Intelligence Compulsory, 56 6 INFO06 Computer Law Optional, 56
3 rd YEAR OF STUDY SEMESTER 6 (10 weeks) INFO07 Web Technologies Compulsory, 8 INFO08 Practical Work for B. Sc. Paper Writing Compulsory, 2 2 INFO09 Instructible Machines and Form Elective (1 out of 2), 6 Acknowledgement 8 INFO10 Evolutionary Computation INFO11 Intelligent Computing, biologically Elective (1 out of 2), 6 inspired models 8 INFO12 Neural Networks and Applications INFO1 Visual Programming Environments Elective (1 out of 2), 6 INFO1 Multimedia Techniques and Technologies INFO15 Advanced Network Techniques 8 Elective (1 out of 2), 6 INFO16 Non-Conventional Software Technologies INFO17 Computer Project Management 8 Optional 2 THE GRADUATES COMPETENCES Holders of a Bachelor s Degree in Computer Science will have acquired the following competences: A. General competences: Oral and written communication in a professional purpose also in an international language; Learn and self-improve, receptivity to news in the field; Scientific approach of the specialty area skills for the analysis, synthesis and interpretation of information in the specialty area; Team work abilities; the ability to collaborate with specialists from other fields; Pursue further studies - Master s and Doctoral. B. Job-related competences: Analysis and design of information systems: the creation, design, elaboration, testing, implementation and maintenance of information systems and software, draw up the related technical documentation; Project management for IT&C solutions; ensure the functionality, monitoring and development of the implemented IT&C solutions; staff training for using the implemented IT&C technologies; coordination of teams of experts; The design, installation and management of the network infrastructure; keeping a computer network and connection and communication equipment functional; server management; network connections and access to the world network which is the Internet; the design and application of the network security strategy; Write projects for IT&C solutions and services; the design / re-design of IT&C solutions for the most complex system elements; coordination of IT&C projects and teams; monitor the performance of the implemented IT&C solutions; staff training for using IT&C technologies; Teach IT&C in primary and secondary schools.
4 COURSE CATALOGUE Field: Electronic Engineering and Telecommunications Programme: Bachelor s Degree Programme in Electronic Engineering and Telecommunications Length of studies: years (8 semesters), Total number of ECTS credits: for the B.Sc. Thesis Language of teaching: Romanian (English/French tutoring available for Erasmus students) Type of courses: Full-time Programme description: The programme covers the following educational route: 1 st YEAR OF STUDY SEMESTER 1 EA1101 Mathematical Analysis Compulsory, 56 5 EA1102 Linear Algebra, Analytical and Differential Geometry Compulsory, 56 5 EA110 Computer Programming Compulsory, 70 5 EA110 Physics Compulsory, 8 5 EA1105 Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering I Compulsory, 56 5 EA1106 Documents Processing and Internet Services Compulsory, 1 EA1107 English Language Compulsory, 28 2 EA1108 Sport Compulsory, 28 1 EAF01 The Sociology of Enterprise Optional, st YEAR OF STUDY SEMESTER 2 Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering Compulsory, 56 EA1201 II 5 EA1202 Special Mathematics Compulsory, 56 EA120 Data Structures and Algorithms Compulsory, 2 EA120 Computer-Aided Engineering Graphics Compulsory, 56 Passive Electronic Components and Compulsory, 2 EA1205 Circuits EA1206 Mechanic Elements and Mechanisms Compulsory, 28 2 Measurements in Electronic Engineering Compulsory, 56 EA1207 and Telecommunications 5 EA1208 English Language Compulsory, 28 2 EA1209 Sport Compulsory, 1 1 EAF02 Interpersonal Communication Optional, nd YEAR OF STUDY SEMESTER (1 weeks) Code Courses Type of course, Credits
5 EA2101 Electronic Devices Compulsory, 56 EA2102 Object-Orientated Programming Compulsory, 2 EA210 Numerical Methods Compulsory, 56 EA210 Materials for Electronic Engineering Compulsory, 56 CAD Techniques in Electronic Compulsory, 28 EA2105 Engineering (Spice/Orcad) Electronic Instruments for Compulsory, 2 EA2106 Measurements EA2107 Chemistry Compulsory, 56 EA2108 English Language Compulsory, 28 2 EA2109 Sport Compulsory, 1 1 EA2110 Microeconomics EA2111 Macroeconomics EA2112 Law and Business Legislation Elements Elective (1 out of ): 1 2 EAF0 Computer Networks Optional, nd YEAR OF STUDY SEMESTER (1 weeks) EA2201 Information Transmission and Encoding Compulsory, 2 EA2202 Fundamental Electronic Circuits Compulsory, 70 5 EA220 Signals and Measurement Systems Lab. Compulsory, 28 EA220 Digital Integrated Circuits Compulsory, 56 EA2205 Signals and Systems Compulsory, 2 EA2206 The Architecture of Microprocessors Compulsory, 2 EA2207 English Language Compulsory, 28 2 EA2208 Sport Compulsory, 1 1 EA2209 Practical Activities weeks 0 Compulsory, 120 hours/week EA2210 Databases Decision and Estimation when Elective (1 out of 2): 2 EA2211 Processing the Information EAF0 Operating Systems Optional, 2 rd YEAR OF STUDY SEMESTER 5 (1 weeks) EA101 Circuit Analysis and Synthesis Compulsory, 2 EA102 Microwaves Compulsory, 2 EA10 Analogue Integrated Circuits Compulsory, 56 EA10 Microcontroller Compulsory, 56 EA105 Automatic Testing of the Equipments and Processes Compulsory, 56 EA106 Power Electronics Compulsory, 2 EA107 Project 1 Compulsory, 28 2 EA108 Management 2 Elective (1 out of 2): 8 EA109 Marketing
6 EA110 Electromagnetic Compatibility The Statistic Control of Industrial Elective (1 out of 2): 1 EA111 Processes EAF05 Software Engineering Optional, 28 rd YEAR OF STUDY SEMESTER 6 (1 weeks) Fundamentals of Data Acquisition Compulsory, 70 EA201 Systems 5 EA202 Television Compulsory, 56 EA20 Digital Signal Processing Compulsory, 2 EA20 Communication Systems Compulsory, 56 EA205 Industrial Electronic Engineering and IT Compulsory, 56 EA206 Project 2 Compulsory, 28 2 EA207 Practical Activities weeks 0 Compulsory, 120 hours/week EA208 Internet Programming Technologies Virtual Instrumentation for Electronic Elective (1 out of 2): 56 EA209 Systems EAF06 Electronic Interconnection Technology Optional, 28 2 th YEAR OF STUDY SEMESTER 7 (1 weeks) EA101 Programmable Electronic Systems Compulsory, 56 EA102 Opto-Electronic Engineering Compulsory, 2 EA10 Medical Electronic Engineering and IT Compulsory, 56 Automotive Electronic Engineering and Compulsory, 56 EA10 IT EA105 D Graphics Compulsory, 56 EA106 Project Compulsory, 1 2 EA107 Neural Networks and Fuzzy Systems Elective (1 out of 2): 2 EA108 Artificial Intelligence EA109 Advanced Network Techniques EA110 Sensors Systems Elective (1 out of 2): 2 EAF07 Organizational Psycho-Sociology Optional, 28 2 th YEAR OF STUDY SEMESTER 8 (1 weeks) EA201 Fundamentals of Robotics Compulsory, 6 Automated Adjusting Electronic Compulsory, 6 EA202 Systems EA20 Reconfigurable Hardware Architecture Compulsory, 8 EA20 Quality and Reliability Compulsory, 6 EA205 Practical Activities 2 weeks 0 Compulsory, 60 2
7 hours/week EA206 B.Sc. Thesis Compulsory, 72 8 Computer-Aided Analysis of Power EA207 Electric Circuits Elective (1 out of 2): 56 EA208 Electronic Converter Modelling Multimedia Techniques and EA209 Technologies Elective (1 out of 2): 2 EA210 Electronic Commerce EAF08 Medical Imaging Optional, 28 2 Holders of a Bachelor s Degree in Applied Electronics have acquired the following knowledge and competences: A. General competences: The skill to apply the main methods, theories and concepts in the field and area of speciality, including their proper use in professional communication; The ability to explain and interpret certain types of concepts, situations, processes, projects etc., in the field; The skill to apply basic methods and principles to solve well-defined, fieldspecific situations/problems, using qualified assistance; Experience in using electronic instruments and basic methods to define and evaluate the performance of electronic systems and circuits; The skill to write professional projects using established methods and principles in the field. B. Professional competences C1. The skill to use the fundamental elements of electronic devices, circuits, systems, instrumentation and technology; C2. The ability to apply the basic methods of signal acquisition and processing; C. The skill to apply the basic knowledge, concepts and methods concerning the architecture of calculation systems, microprocessors, microcontroller, programming language and techniques;
8 C. The skill to design and use hardware and software applications of reduced complexity specific to the field of applied electronics; C5. The ability to apply the basic knowledge, concepts and methods in power electronics, automatic systems, electrical power segmentation, electromagnetic compatibility; C6. The skill to solve technological problems in the field of applied electronics. C Occupational competences CT1. Systematic analysis of the problems encountered in the work context by identifying the components which have standard solutions, thereby ensuring the fulfilment of the professional tasks; CT2. Structure the professional activities into stages and distribute them to co-workers according to their hierarchy levels, with a complete explanation of the individual tasks, thereby ensuring an efficient interchange of information and interpersonal communication; CT. Upgrade personal and professional development to the new technologies by constant training the use of print sources, specialized software and electronic resources in Romanian and at least one worldwide spoken language.