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Kauno Kolegija Bachelor in Software Systems
Kauno Kolegija

Bachelor in Software Systems

Kaunas, Lithuania

3 Years

English, Lithuanian

Full time, Part time

01 May 2024

Sep 2024

EUR 2,810 / per year

On-Campus

Introduction

The aim of the study program is to train professionals in software systems who can design, develop, and install client/server, data engineering, and the Internet of Things software systems and software, as well as to analyze, assess, and solve software system tasks and problems in different institutions and business enterprises, and supervise a group of persons during the implementation of the activities related to design, installation, and operation of software systems.

Assessment

Students' subject learning outcomes are assessed using criteria ten-point assessment scheme. Respectively, one or several assessment criteria for study achievements are formulated. Assessment criteria are the basis for the preparation of knowledge evaluation tasks of various forms because the execution of the latter allows the drawing of conclusions about the level of achievement of the learning outcomes.

The assessment procedure, assessment system, and assessment criteria are based on the principles of consistency, reliability, clarity, usefulness, and impartiality. For the assessment of student's study subject achievement, accumulative (learning outcomes are assessed by means of intermediate knowledge assessments) or collegial (in the case of graduation paper, students are examined by a competent commission consisting of scientists, professional practitioners, and representatives of social partners) assessment is used.

Your Lecturers

The courses related to Software Systems are taught by 1 Professor and 13 PhDs and foreign language professionals-practitioners, who continuously improve their competencies in traineeships abroad, actively participate in international projects, carry out scientific research, deliver presentations at international conferences, lecturing at universities of applied sciences abroad, write articles in international scientific journals, and prepare methodological resources.

General IT courses are taught by practitioners who work in public and private sector organizations and share their experiences with students.

There were 11 foreign lecturers in the 2020 – 2023 academic year, doing research and teaching students. Guest lecturers from foreign universities contribute to the variety of skills and knowledge at KK Technology faculty. Students can gain experience in their study program from guest lecturers from Belgium, the USA, Hungary, Finland, and others.

Study mode

  • Full-time studies: 3,5 years (7 semesters, 210 ECTS),
  • Part-time studies: 4,5 years.

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