BACHELOR OF INFORMATICS ENGINEERING

Informatics Engineering is a field of science that learns how to use computer technology optimally to handle the problem of transformation or data processing with logic processes. During college, you’ll study a lot of programming and computing. Of course, you will be equipped with software designing skills.

Career Prospects

Career Prospects
Informatics Engineering graduates have extensive and varied job prospects, for example as Software Engineer &Amp; Developer, Systems Analyst, Consultant and Network Expert, System and Network Security Administrator, and Web Developer.

Study Program Compulsory Courses

  • Visual Programming I
  • Object Oriented Programs
  • Visual Programming II
  • Numeric Methods
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Computer Architecture
  • Simulation and Modeling
  • Proposal Writing
  • Computer Security
  • Introduction SQL

Elective Courses

  • Graphic Design
  • Mobile & Cloud Computing
  • Advanced Computer Network

Total credit 144