List of Subject-Specific Competences
1. To analyze subject area; identify, classify and describe problems; find methods and approaches for solving them; formulate requirements.
2. Design of ICT systems, including modelling (formal description) of their structure and processes.
3. To develop and implement ICT systems.
4. Deploy, install, integrate, put into service and maintain ICT systems and their elements.
5. Know, follow and assess the degree of compliance with industry specifications, standards, regulations, and recommendations.
6. Guarantee the quality of ICT systems according to the technical requirements.
7. Analyze, choose and apply methods and aids to provide information security.
8. Manage economic, human, technological and other resources efficiently.
9. Prepare technical and methodical materials for presenting ICT system in any
stage of the life cycle of information systems.
10. Train and support ICT users.
11. Develop and implement new competitive ideas in the area of ICTs.
12. Apply and develop fundamental and multidisciplinary knowledge, including mathematical and scientific principles, quantitative methods, tools (including software relevant to their engineering discipline) and notations for successful problem solving.
13. Have and apply core ICT theoretical and practical knowledge,principles and tools.
14. Appreciate the social considerations and ethical issues affecting professional practice.
15. Estimate and appreciate economic and commercial indicators affecting the field of professional practice.
16. Collect, process and systematize professional knowledge in information technology and appreciate the importance of learning throughout life (continuing education, retraining, and autonomous learning) for the necessary adaptation to the evolution of profession and society.