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Master in Information Technologies is designed for IT managers who expected to grow as organizations increasingly adopt digital platforms and seek qualified people to lead their teams. Designed to provide a professional with a broad range of skills and grounding to start or further a career in Data science.
Data science begins with understanding and working with the core technology frameworks used for analyzing and processing the massive amounts of data and developing expertise in complex data science algorithms and their implementation.
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Internships for academic credit add a significant workplace experience to a student's education. Students gain valuable "on the job" work experience related to a chosen focus in information technologies applications. In addition, internships permit students to interact with professionals in the fields of work in which they may one day have careers.
Students must complete 30 business-days (6 weeks) summer practices in companies working in the field of information technologies on a part-time basis (4 hours per day). If the company accepts a student for a total of 30 days (which makes around 20 business-days), the student must work for at least 6 hours per day. At the end of every internship period, students are supposed to complete at least 120 hours.
The single requirement for the acceptance of the internship is the Internship Coordinator's consent. Observations from internship must be documented and presented in the form of a clear and concise technical report (Internship Notebook), which the student brings to the Internship Committee for evaluation. The company must send two more documents to the University's address via post: Company's Evaluation of the Student and The Internship Acceptance Form. The former directly affects the student's grade from this course, whereas the latter serves as a proof and acknowledgement that the student has really done the internship.
Students are expected to learn about a real business and work environment and get involved in many aspects of the hardware and software development process. In addition, students are generally expected to:
Begin to work effectively as part of a team, developing interpersonal, organizational and problem-solving skills within a managed environment, exercising some personal responsibility.
Apply theory, techniques and relevant tools to the specification, analysis, design, implementation, and testing of a simple engineering product;
Actively participate in, reflect on, and begin to take responsibility for, personal learning and development;
Before you start your internship, you have to download the acceptance form from below and have your internship supervisor in the company fill it out. Then the internship coordinator (Naida Fatic), has to approve it.
Download CV Sample
Download Acceptance Form
Download Student Evaluation
Download Internship Notebook
Senior Design Project
All students who want to defend their SDP have to submit their SDP to TA Amela Vatreš by the second Monday during exam period. Prior to that, their SDP should be approved by their mentor.
The document does not have to be printed in color and the spiral binding is sufficient.
It is necessary for students to fill out and bring the Jury Report document to their defense.
NOTE: Dear student, please be aware of all deadlines. Any kind of delays will not be taken into consideration.
Senior Design Project Thesis Proposal form
Jury Report document for Final Defense
Senior Design Project Supervisor Appointment form
Senior Design Project Paper guideline
Senior Design Project Paper template
SDP student topics
In this document you will find topics proposed for your Senior Design Project. Every mentor proposed five topics from which you should pick one that suits you best. If you have other ideas on your mind you can go to your respective mentor and propose ideas. If the idea is suitable you can work on it for your SDP project. After you agree on topics with your mentor you should fill two forms. All related details are provided in the SDP Procedure section.
NOTE: If you find that some project can be done in a team please contact your SDP coordinator before choosing the topic.