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Bachelor Studies

Computer Sciences and Engineering

Bachelor Studies

Computer Sciences and Engineering

Bachelor Studies in CS


Constant development of new and exciting technologies is transforming the world we live in. Computer Science and Engineering (CS) discipline plays an important role in this rapid change that brings many benefits to our society.


CS study program at IUS aims to educate students with basic theoretical aspects of computing combined with the practical problem-solving and designing skills applied in industry. 

Overview of the BSc Program

Overview of the BSc Program

The Bachelor of Science in CS at IUS is a four-year, eight-semester program of 240 European Credit Transfer System (ECTS), broken down into about 30 ECTS per semester. 

Earning a Bachelor’s degree is one of the most important steps you can take towards increasing your earning potential and job opportunities.

The program is designed so that it teaches students problem-solving and mathematical skills as well as logical reasoning, providing in-depth knowledge in computer systems and programming. Most courses involve practical work, such as weekly sessions in the computer laboratory where students acquire technical and research skills. Project-based learning as well as liberal art courses prepare our students for soft skills, such as teamwork, written and oral communication skills which are crucial for a successful employment career.

CS impacts a wide range of disciplines ranging from embedded systems, bioinformatics, telecommunications, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, healthcare and many more. Other than offering core foundation courses in CS, students are able to select and shape their specific interests within the CS curriculum by choosing from a variety of courses offered within the Program Elective courses such as Artificial Intelligence, Computer Graphics, Computer Vision, Computer and Network Security, Wireless Mobile Networks, Robotics, etc. Furthermore, a large number of elective courses allow CS students to choose courses from other scientific fields offered at IUS.



Having a degree in CSE is often rated as having one of the best career opportunities. The employment opportunities for graduates of CSE are large and are constantly rising. It is one of the disciplines that provides job opportunities that spans a wide range of other disciplines (bioengineering, electrical engineering, industrial engineering, business, etc.). CSE graduates have a wide spectrum of employment opportunities such as computer programmer, software designer, software developer, systems developer, web developer, computer network architect, network and computer system administrator, database administrator, database analyst, IT consultant, financial analyst, scientific researcher, etc.


Candidates who are citizens of foreign countries can submit preliminary application for admission before the official call is published by the University, so that they can obtain necessary residency permits and satisfy language requirements prior to the start of lectures at the University.

Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences

Minor in Bachelor Study Programs

Students who are interested in obtaining a minor degree from our study programs can see the minor curricula:

Software Engineering
Genetics and Bioengineering
Computer Sciences and Engineering
Electrical And Electronics Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

Distance Learning in Bachelor Studies

At the beginning of the introduction of emergency measures caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, IUS was among the first universities to completely switch to online teaching.

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Distance Learning in Master Studies

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