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Electronic Information Processing (WZKS-0123-2SO)

(in Polish: Elektroniczne przetwarzanie informacji, stacjonarne drugiego stopnia)
full-time, 2 years
Language: Polish

Qualification awarded:

(in Polish) Magisterium na elektronicznym przetwarzaniu informacji

Access to further studies:

education in doctoral school, postgraduate programmes

Professional status:

webmaster, HCI designer and developer, GUI designer and developer, e-learning designer and developer

Access requirements

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Diploma of higher education first-cycle programme in Electronic Information Processing or Cultural Studies, specialisation Electronic Information Processing or in Computer Science or in Applied Computer Science or Mathematics, an average grade for study. Detailed information on the method of calculation qualification results are at www.rekrutacja.uj.edu.pl.

Teaching standards

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Graduates who complete the programme of study have acquired the learning outcomes specified in Resolution No. 34/III/2012 adopted by the Senate of the Jagiellonian University on 28th March 2012 on the introduction of learning outcomes for particular fields of study conducted at the Jagiellonian University as of the 2012/2013 academic year, with later amendments. Graduates hold the following qualifications as regards knowledge, skills, and social competences: KNOWLEDGE - Knowledge of the principal philosophical doctrines and the methods of cognition associated with them; - Knowledge of the basic concepts and methods applied in the modelling of artificial intelligence; - Knowledge of the basic concepts and methods applied in the modelling of symbolic information, and the methods for the knowledge representation and processing; - Knowledge of information transfer by textual means and the computer methods employed to extract and process textual information; - Knowledge of advanced programming techniques and their application in the processing of symbolic information; - Knowledge of the structure of the hybrid (multimodal) user interface; - Knowledge of the anthropological mechanisms in the creation of symbolic culture; - Knowledge of the fundamental methods of data collection from humans; - Knowledge of the fundamental issues and methods employed for the philosophical analysis of cultural phenomena; - Knowledge of the fundamental issues associated with the representation of language in the brain and mind; - Knowledge of the various dimensions of culturally conditioned human behaviours and their reflection in the Internet; - Knowledge of the principles for the description and recording of a physical object which is part of the heritage of civilisation; - Knowledge of e-learning and the methods and techniques employed in it; - Knowledge of the principles of writing an academic text; - A foundation knowledge of copyright, Internet law, and aspects of patent law; - Knowledge of the principles of software project management; - A foundation knowledge of the basic issues in business management and commercial activity. SKILLS - Ability to use the basic concepts of selected philosophical doctrines and apply them to analyse selected issues; - Ability to use the basic concepts in artificial intelligence and ability to use them in programming; - Ability to conduct a semantic analysis of any randomly chosen symbolic object and record the result as a knowledge representation; - Ability to use the techniques of automatic information retrieval and extraction, and to design and write a simple program to extract information from a corpus of texts; - Ability to design and implement a simple interface for an Internet application combining a graphic interface with a simple interface in natural language; - Ability to design and implement an autonomous e-learning course; - Ability to apply and make practical use of advanced programming techniques using high-level languages; - Ability to identify instances of philosophical doctrines in the real world and in virtual reality - Ability to conduct a simple semiotic analysis of an object, a behaviour, and an event; - Ability to use the fundamental techniques of data collection from a human individual, to create a user requirement and habit model for an Internet application; - Ability to apply his/her knowledge of the language processing methods that take place in the human brain and mind, in the design of applications; - Ability to apply his/her knowledge of the philosophical, psycholinguistic, and cultural factors conditioning communication processes in the modern world to optimise the design of Internet applications; - Ability to describe, record, and present a selected object of cultural heritage on the Internet; - Ability to carry out an advanced computer software on a selected subject; - Ability to find the professional literature on a given subject, and collect the information from it necessary to design and implement a computer system, and to enhance his/her professional qualifications on a continuous basis; - Ability to verify information sources and assess their reliability and the quality of the arguments they use; - Ability to compile a presentation on a given subject, especially relating to software; - Ability to collect and analyse data, and record the results in compliance with the rules for the compilation of scientific papers; - Ability to apply his/her knowledge of the principles of copyright and related laws, Internet law, and patent law in his/her professional activities; appreciation of the need to seek specialist advice in particular situations; - Ability to assess the usefulness and estimate the cost of implementing a specific computer system; - Ability to use the professional literature in a foreign language; proficiency in a foreign language at the B2+ level on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages; - Ability to apply the principles of safety and hygiene at work. SOCIAL COMPETENCES - Ability to work on his/her own, and a capacity for teamwork; - An appreciation of rhetorical tact and the principle of decorum, in order to establish good interpersonal relations; - Ability to define the priorities to accomplish the task he/she is to carry out, and to delineate the subsequent stages in the task; - An appreciation of the need for continuing education to enhance his/her knowledge and skills.

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