Aim of the course
The aim of the course is to qualify computer science engineers who are competent to install, develop and maintain technical IT and information infrastructure systems and services, and to participate in the design and development tasks of the data and program systems of those, as well as possess the necessary high-level knowledge to pursue the program in master level.
Full-time (regular) course: 7 semesters, 2400 contact classes (without physical education and foreign language subjects)
Number of credits to obtain
at least 210 credits
Educational level and qualification indicated in the degree
Name of bachelor course: Computer Science Engineering
Educational level: bachelor (baccalaureus, abbreviated: BSc)
Qualification: Computer Science Engineer
Main areas of the course
|Mathematics and natural sciences||42|
|Economics and human sciences||18|
|Professional core curriculum||77|
Internship is a project-structured practice of at least 8 weeks (containing 320 work hours) fulfilled alone or in teamwork at a suitable organization or at the University’s training place.
At the regular training is a criterion requirement and offered in the 2. and 3. semester in 2 hours/week with 0 credit and “accepted” requirement.
Type of training
- full-time (regular)
Place and address of the course
John von Neumann Faculty of Informatics, Óbudai University, Bécsi Street 96/b, 1034 Budapest, Hungary
Levente Kovács, Ph.D. habil., professor
Means of evaluation
- practical mark
- comprehensive examination
- final examination
Conditions to take the final exam
- final certificate
- thesis approved by a reviewer
- fulfilment of specified 210 credits
- fulfilment of specified internship
- fulfilment of institute language criterion examinations
Admission to the final examination is subject to the obtainment of a final certificate.
The final certificate is issued to students having fulfilled all educational requirements specified in the curriculum– except for language certification – the specified internship and obtained the necessary amount of credits.
Components of the final exam
The final exam comprises the defense of the thesis and oral exams specified in the curriculum (with preparation times at least 30 minutes per subject), which have to be taken the same day. Simultaneously one student takes exam in front of the examination board.
Result of the final examination (F)
The overall result of the final examination is the average of grades obtained for the thesis (Th) and the subjects of the oral part of the final exam (S1, S2,…, Sm):
F =(Th + S1+S2+…+Sm)/(1+m)
Calculation of qualification of the degree (QD)
The qualification of the degree is the average of the one comprehensive examination (C), and the grades obtained for thesis (Th) and the subjects of oral part of the final exam (S1, S2,…, Sm):
Conditions to issue the degree
- Successful final exams
Option for cooperation program
The cooperation program is a voluntary, supplementary (one- or two-semester) module attached to the regular training of the University in which a business organization, an enterprise or an institution cooperates with the University in order to provide internship for students according to the aim of the course.
- IOT, embedded systems and robotics
- Big Data and business intelligence
- Cloud service technologies and IT security
- Software design and development
Date of effect
1 September 2017