The National Qualifications Registry of Greece is a special software application (Database) that will include the qualifications classified in the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) and referenced to the European Qualifications Framework (EQF).
• Possess the effects of digital technology in everyday life and business activity with an emphasis on techno-economic analysis, acceptance and adoption of high technology products and services and influence of socio-economic and demographic factors.
• Have a perception of the evolutionary dynamics of the scientific subject area of Informatics in basic research, and in the areas of Telematics, which are related to network and internet technologies.
• Possess analytical and advanced knowledge of the dynamics of the scientific subject area of Informatics and Telematics, primarily in the field of net-centric information systems and related to these electronic services.
• Possess analytical and advanced knowledge of the dynamics of the scientific subject area of Informatics and Telematics in relation to areas such as e-business, e-learning, e-government, e-transport, e-health.
• Possess knowledge of the fields of digital technology which are related to mobile technologies and communication technologies (Web - Mobile – Telecoms).
• Efficiently manage new technologies based on the Internet and the Web to develop complex information systems and support advanced services.
• Evaluate the problems of technology and the challenges of modern times, using appropriate evaluation and analysis tools.
• Intervene with the most modern tools.
• Monitor and judge the effectiveness of the intervention, by shaping appropriate goals.
• Analyse and adapt their knowledge in computer science and telecommunications, and new technologies in general.
• Continue to develop with autonomy their knowledge and skills at a higher level.
• Implement professionally specialised knowledge and skills acquired, and deal effectively and in an interdisciplinary manner with the issues raised.
• Combine scientific principles and theories with understanding of market and society problems and needs and improving quality of life.
• Contribute to the development of knowledge and practice in the workplace.
• Autonomously undertake responsibility to educate/train groups of people on IT and telecommunications issues and are able to assess its performance.
• Cooperate within multidisciplinary teams with other scientific disciplines, contributing in IT and telecommunications issues.
BACHELOR DEGREE (PTYCHIO/DIPLOMA ANOTATIS EKPAIDEFSIS)
The undergraduate curriculum of the Department of Informatics and Telematics is designed based on two main criteria:
1. First, to provide students with the necessary in-depth knowledge on IT and information systems, as well as on technologies of telecommunication systems and networks, so that they can design and develop high quality innovative electronic Telematics services.
2. Second, to emphasize the laboratory part of courses, in a way that promotes daily involvement of students in the laboratories of the Department and encourages their systematic presence in the Department.
The Department has included in the curriculum of study the ECTS credit system since the beginning of its operation (definition of ECTS units, issuance of Diploma Supplement).
More specifically, the curriculum has been designed based on international guidelines of the specific bodies Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and Institute for Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE). It includes all core subjects of a Computer Science program, mainly in the first years of study. Then, in an effort to meet the modern demands of society for immediacy and worldwide dissemination of information, particular emphasis is given in the areas of Telematics, which are associated with network and internet technologies. For this purpose, the Undergraduate Studies Program provides for compulsory infrastructure classes in the senior years of study for dealing with these technologies, but also optional courses covering a wide range of modern remote applications, such as education (e-learning), entrepreneurship (e-business), governance (e-government), health (e-health), etc.
The curriculum includes three groups of courses:
• Infrastructure – Courses of Mathematics and Research Background.
• Compulsory - Courses covering the ICT and Telematics core, and
• Optional - Deepening and Specialisation courses in Telematics applications.
In order to cover the area of Information Technology, it provides education focused on:
• Technologies and flexible architectures for the development of complex information systems and the support of advanced services.
• Pervasive systems that integrate smart devices, sensors and everyday devices in order to better serve people.
• Study of the impact of digital technology in everyday life and business activity with an emphasis on techno-economic analysis, acceptance and adoption of high technology products and services and the impact of socio-economic and demographic factors on acceptance of innovations.
In order to cover the area of Telematics the education provided concerns:
• Fields of digital technology which are related to mobile technologies and communication technologies (Web - Mobile - Telecoms)
• Provision of e-services in different sectors of human activity such as:
- economy (e-business)
- education (e-learning)
- administration (e-government)
- transport (e-transport)
- health (e-health)
• Design, development and evaluation of technologies and completion of smart devices, such as sensors or telephones (pervasive/ambiguous systems), and applications such as Internet of Things or Smart Home/Building.
• Integrated support of established areas of application of digital technology, such as corporate information technology, health informatics, educational information technology, geoinformatics and bioinformatics.
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Holders of the Bachelor's Degree can work in:
• Enterprises active in e-business, e-government, e-health, Advanced Transport Telematics, e-learning, etc., of any legal form.
• Research (Academic Research Centres, Research Institutes).
• Governmental agencies or Non Governmental Organisations
• Education (Primary, Secondary, Universities, Technological Institutes, Private Colleges, Vocational Training Institutes).
Access to this type of qualification have those who have completed at least the secondary education (level 4).
Holders of such qualifications gain access to study programmes at the same level or at level 7 or 8.
Qualifications of this type are acquired via formal education.